NOAA Predicts 13 Named Storms This Season

During National Hurricane Preparedness Week, which ran from May 25 through May 31, Emergency management officials reminded residents of Delaware that the official start date of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane season began on Sunday, June 1. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts a 50 percent chance of a below-normal season, a 40 percent […]

Sitel To Add 100 New Jobs By June 16

By Terry Rogers Sitel, a leading global customer service provider, will be expanding their Milford location, adding 100 jobs by June 16. The company provides inbound call center support for a global retailer, as well as a specialty coffee and tea roaster through telephone calls and email. The expansion is due to naturally occurring growth […]

Bayhealth COO Honored With YWCA Award

Staff Report This month, Bayhealth congratulated Deborah Watson, FACHE, FACMPE, Bayhealth senior vice president and chief operating officer, on receiving the YWCA Trailblazer Award. Watson received the award in recognition of her work to mentor and support young women so that they can reach their full potential.

Watson was one of six women honored at the […]

Antibiotic Use for Children- When is it Necessary?

Bayhealth Physician Offers Advice for Caregivers : Anyone who’s ever taken care of a child knows that when kids get sick, it’s stressful. Children might not be able to tell us how they feel. We worry about missing work or school. And those sad little faces can be heartbreaking. When kids have a sore throat, […]

Mispillion Students Aid Developing Countries

Mariah and Kiersten Todd, students at Mispillion Elementary in Milford, are leading the school’s charge to help children in developing countries have access to clean water. All sparked by a lesson about water by teachers Ms. Bordley and Gibson, the Wish for Water campaign has not only educated students on the challenges of obtaining clean […]

Banneker Students Honor Classmate’s Legacy

Students of Benjamin Banneker Elementary School joined together on Saturday, May 25 to hold a community lemonade stand to support the school’s Tatyana May Scholarship that was created to honor one of their classmates after she passed away last year due to cardiac arrest. Born in 2005, Tatyana was born with Hypoplastic left heart syndrome […]

Sauls Received NAACP Community Award

During the month of May, Milford resident David Sauls received the NAACP Community Involvement Award from the Delaware NAACP during an awards dinner hosted by the Milford-Slaughter Neck Branch. A man described as modest and selfless by his peers, Sauls was surprised and excited about the news of his prestigious award. “I was astonished when […]

People’s Place Holds Annual Breakfast

By Terry Rogers On Wednesday, May 21, People’s Place held their Annual Breakfast, presenting awards to several staff members and recognizing many community organizations that have provided assistance to them over the past year. Guest speaker at the event was John Knotts, Executive Director of the Delaware Division of Veterans Affairs. “We are pleased to […]

Daino Earns Eagle Scout Rank

Staff Report On Friday, May 23 Randy Daino of Milford’s Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Troop 186 achieved the honor of Eagle Scout, the highest honor in the BSA organization. The ceremony was held at the Avenue Methodist Church where Randy’s family, friends and fellow troop members celebrated his accomplishment. The Eagle Scout Award is […]

Kahline Achieve Eagle Scout Honor

Staff Report On Saturday, May 24 Kris Kahline of Milford’s Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Troop 186 achieved the honor of Eagle Scout, the highest honor in the BSA organization. The ceremony was held at the Avenue Methodist Church where Kris’family, friends and fellow troop members celebrated his accomplishment. The Eagle Scout Award is the […]

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