Karen J. Lloyd

FELTON – Karen J. Lloyd slipped peacefully into the arms of her savior Wednesday, January 29, 2014 in Kent General Hospital surrounded by the love of her family. She was 62. Karen was born on December 28, 1951 in Dover, Delaware, daughter of the late Robert and Shirley (Price) Reichelt, Sr. She was a graduate […]

**Update**Fatal Crash North of Milford

The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit was requested by Milford Police Department to investigate a fatal crash that occurred early evening on Tuesday, January 28 around 8:30 p.m. According to police, Jeffrey L. Akins was operating a 2005 International Tractor with a fully loaded trailer of live chickens westbound on New Wharf Road as […]

Public Hearing Scheduled on Water Improvement Bond

By Terry Rogers Milford City Council voted unanimously at the Monday, January 27, council meeting to hold a public hearing on Monday, February 10, 2014 at 7 PM for public input regarding a $3,500,000 bond to be used for improvements to the city’s water system. In August 2013, council voted to issue a commitment letter […]

City Solicitor To Review False Alarm Ordinance

By Terry Rogers On Monday, January 27, Milford City Council asked City Solicitor David Rutt to review the city’s false alarm ordinance, which was implemented in 1989 and amended in 2003. The request was made at a workshop scheduled after the council meeting to discuss several business owners that approached council members with concerns about […]

Protecting Workers In Extreme Conditions

Staff Report The Greater Milford Area has already seen some unusual, extreme weather this year. In the first three weeks of January alone, residents have encountered Winter Storms Hercules and Janus which have brought snow and frigid temperature, leading to one Limited State of Emergency and three days of school closings. With more winter weather […]

Cooking School Teaches Art of Pasta

By Terry Rogers The Verde Italian Cooking School, owned and operated by Nancy Chirdon Forster, held class on Saturday, January 25, at the school’s location at 10 Southwest Front Street in Milford. The class, which was called a “Pasta and Risotto Workshop” taught students how to create authentic Italian pasta and risotto dishes under the […]

Brown-O’Brien Creates Performance For DE Dance Festival

At this year’s Delaware Dance Festival on Sunday, February 16, Milford’s Diamond Dance Company (DDC) will perform an original piece choreographed by former DDC member and two-time Dance Delaware Scholarship winner, Victoria “Tori” Brown-O’Brien. The piece is entitled ‘In Pursuit of Liberation’ and will be performed by five current senior DDC members, Arlene Maheu, Maddie […]

Dr. Bahder Continues Entomology Research

Most adults have little knowledge of what Entomology is and how it serves a purpose in modern science, but one Milfordian has made a living discovering the affects insects have on their surrounding environments. Dr. Brian Bahder, now living on the west coast, has followed these tiny creatures through the jungles of South America as […]

Young Philanthropists Target Children’s Mental Health

The Next Generation (TNG) of Southern Delaware, a philanthropy organization composed of young, local professionals, is hosting their second annual fundraiser, “Chowdown for Charity” on Friday, February 7, 2014 from 6 to 9pm at the Clubhouse at Baywood Greens in Long Neck, Delaware.This year’s event, featuring a tasting competition between several favorite restaurants in both Kent […]

Sharp Honored As Commander Of The Year

On January 11, United States Army Captain Michael Sharp, Commander of the 262nd Component Repair Company was awarded the Kirkwood Award. The honor was presented to Captain Sharp by Brigadier General Scott Chambers, Assistant Adjunct General of the Delaware National Guard, during the Army breakout sessions of the Senior Leaders Conference held in Dover, Delaware. […]

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