This Week’s MILFORD REVIEW

The headlines of the week for Milford, DE: Community Gets Final Tour of Milford Middle; Downtown Public Art Unveiled; Kids Fest Celebrates Great Outdoors; Council Discusses Carpenter Pit Road; Police Investigate Burglaries in Woodshaven; Olympic Torch Runs Through Milford; Swoop Visits Mispillion Elementary; District Mentor Program Celebrates 4 Years; Johnson Awarded Banneker Teacher of the Year; Fountain Retires After 16 Years; Parnell Ensures Students’ Safety; Lions Award $62,400 To Area Non-Profits; plus great sports coverage and loads of photos. Download and read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/MilfordReview061113.pdf

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