Council Considers Sewage Rate Hike

At the regular meeting of Milford City Council on January 28, 2013, councilmembers learned of a bill, received by the city from Kent County for debt service of the Southern Bypass Project. The bill, in the amount of $58,787.21, represented interest only charges for 2011 and 2012, as well as the first payment of interest […]

Webb Arrested For Sexual Solicitation of a Child

Milford Police have arrested Walter L. Webb, 57, of Milford and charged him with sexual solicitation of a child under 18 and endangering the welfare of a child in connection with an incident that occurred on January 2o13 on the 700 block of Bay Road. Police claim Webb forced a 15-year-old juvenile female to remove […]

Stranger Returns Lost Wallet After 3 Years

Harold Walls of Milford has worked for the City of Milford Public Works Department for eight years as a solid waste technician. Three years ago on the job he misplaced his wallet and in a twist of fate it was found three years later over 700 miles away and returned back to Milford. In March […]

Chick To Lead B&G Annual Fund

Staff Report The Board of Directors of the Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club proudly announces that Linda Chick will serve as Chairperson of the 2013 Annual Fund for Kids Campaign. The campaign raises critical funds in support of the Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club’s educational and youth development programs. All funds raised during […]

Senior Center Celebrates 40 Years

This year the Milford Senior Center is celebrating 40 years of serving seniors in the Milford community. Consistently increasing members and services to the senior community over the years, The Milford Senior Center has remained a community center for all citizens of Milford. On March 23, 1973, a Certificate of Incorporation was filed with the […]

MAL Relives Local Black History

By Bostik Johnson On February 21, the Mispillion Art League (MAL), hosted its second Third Thursday event of the year, showcasing an informative presentation about prominent local African American artists and celebrating the history of the Rosedale Beach Hotel and Resort with renditions of popular black music. Donna Blakey, MAL member and organizer of the […]

Biden Talks With MMS About Bullying

On Tuesday, February 19 Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden visited sixth graders at Milford Middle School to talk about being safe online and bullying on social media. Since becoming Attorney General in 2006, Beau has worked to help protect children in The First State as he created the Child Predator Unit within the Department of […]

Hibbett Sporting Goods Coming to Milford

By Terry Rogers Hibbett’s Sporting Goods, which specializes in team sports, athletic footwear and college fan wear, plans to open a new store in the Food Lion Shopping Center within the next two months. The store, which formerly housed Advanced Auto Parts, is being renovated to meet the needs of the new retail location. “Here […]

Local Scouts Earn Textile Badge

Boy Scouts of the Two Bays District, which includes Kent County Delaware,recently earned their Textile Merit Badge. To earn the badge, each boy had to meet seven requirements including learning 10 new terms about the textile industry, exploring five careers in the industry, identifying natural and synthetic fibers using a microscope, explaining the care for […]

FireFly Announces 2013 Lineup

The Firefly Music Festival announced the 2013 lineup for this year’s 2nd annual event which will take place June 21-23 at The Woodlands of Dover International Speedway. Headliners at the rock festival this year include The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Vampire Weekend, Foster The People and The Avett Brothers. Music […]

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