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Jacona commits to Arcadia University

Samantha (Sami) Jacona received her acceptance and committed to Arcadia University as a student-athlete. Sami will play field hockey...

XC sweeps Sussex Central

  The Milford Boys and Girls Cross Teams opened the season by sweeping Sussex Central today in Georgetown. The boys...

Milford School District Attendance Requirements Explained

by Terry Rogers   On Monday, October 19, Dr. Bridget Amory provided Milford School District Board of Education with an explanation...

The headlines of the week for Milford, DE: Kirby, Emory Sworn In To School Board; Downtown Dog Park Planned For Fall; Milfordians Celebrate Independence Day; Local Legislators Reflect As 2013 Session Ends; Downtown Public Art Sculptures Installed; Kloset Boutique Opens In North Milford; Museum Highlights Battle Of Gettysburg; Second Street Presents “Any Body Home?”; Gillean Honored With Lifetime Achievement Award; plus full sports coverage and much more. Download and read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/MilfordReview070913.pdf

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Jacona commits to Arcadia University

Samantha (Sami) Jacona received her acceptance and committed to Arcadia University as a student-athlete. Sami will play field hockey...

XC sweeps Sussex Central

  The Milford Boys and Girls Cross Teams opened the season by sweeping Sussex Central today in Georgetown. The boys defeated the Golden Knights 28-32...

Milford School District Attendance Requirements Explained

by Terry Rogers   On Monday, October 19, Dr. Bridget Amory provided Milford School District Board of Education with an explanation of how the district would...

Oil spill has potential for serious effects, UD expert says

There’s potential for “some very serious consequences” from this week’s oil spill on Sussex County beaches, a University of Delaware expert said today. “The true...

Milford Students Adapting to In-School Learning

by Terry Rogers     Since starting the process of bringing students into school buildings for a hybrid version of in-person teaching, Milford School District administrators say...
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