Police Blotter

On the night of March 23, 2014, the Milford Police (Patrol Division) responded to a business in the double digit block of S. Walnut St. after receiving a report of a possible Armed Robbery. Upon arriving, officers made contact with the 35yo male victim and the 48 yo female victim. Police state that investigation at […]

Rousell Charged With Strangulation, Unlawful Imprisonment

On March 26,2014 the Milford Police responded to the Travelers Inn Motel after receiving a report of a domestic dispute. Police state that they  made contact with the 25yo female victim who had injuries to her face as a result of the domestic dispute. Investigation revealed that the 25yo female victim and Joshua Roussell, 36yo […]

Sipple Honored With Pinnacle Award

For the fifth year in a row, Rock of Ages, the nation’s leading designer and manufacturer of branded custom crafted memorials, has awarded Wm. V. Sipple & Son of Milford the prestigious 2014 Rock of Ages Pinnacle Award in recognition of the company’s outstanding performance. Nationwide, only twenty-six Rock of Ages Authorized Memorialists were so […]

Coastal Kids Helps Local Families

Spring is in the air at the semi-annual Coastal Kids Consignment event, which brings together hundreds of local families hoping to sell, shop and save on kids items and also support local charities by donating items at the end of the event. This year financial and in-kind donations will be distributed to Communities in Schools […]

Prayer Breakfast To Honor Mayor Rogers

The Milford Center will be hosting the 31st Annual Community Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, March 29 at 7:30am in the Crystal Room. A traditional for over 30 years, the ceremony will honor Milford’s Mayor Josepdh “Ronnie” Rogers, a man who has presided over the event as Mayor for the three decades it has been held […]

Guerke Joins Public Art Movement

Five local artists have been selected for Phase 2 of Milford’s community art project, Art on the Riverwalk Tour (ART),to begin designing and painting six, four-foot sculptures to be placed in downtown Milford. The ART project began last year as six sculptures depicting the classic yacht Augusta were designed and created by four local artists […]

Abbott’s Presents “Milling About at Abbott’s”

By Terry Rogers On Thursday, March 20, Abbott’s Mill celebrated the first day of spring with “Milling About at Abbott’s,” a program designed to celebrate the mill and provide more information about programs available at the location. The event included beer tastings from Dogfish Head and art exhibits provided by the Mispillion Art League and […]

Cub Scouts Become Boy Scouts

Members of Pack 116 of Milford were honored on Wednesday, Mach 19 as Scoutmasters held a cross-over ceremony where Webelos Scouts officially became Boy Scouts. As they crossed the bridge, both in a metaphorical and literal sense, these young scouts left the Cub Scout Pack to join their new colleagues as Boy Scouts. Over several […]


The headlines of the week for Milford, DE: City Council Introduces False Alarm Ordinance; School Referendum Wednesday; “Milling About” at Abbott’s Mill; Milford Massage Expands To New Location; Coastal Kids Helps Local Families; Prayer Breakfast To Honor Mayor Rogers;  Sipple Honored With Pinnacle Award; Guerke Joins Public Art Movement; plus full sports coverage and much more. Download and read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/MilfordReview032514.pdf  

Council Introduces False Alarm Ordinance

By Terry Rogers On Monday, March 24, City Solicitor David Rutt introduced the False Alarm Ordinance for council members to review. The new ordinance replaces previous ordinances that several business owners said were excessively punitive. In addition, at the January 27, council meeting, Mr. Rutt informed council that there was a possibility that the current […]

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