Lady Bucs Look To Rebound

      By Kevin Eickman After two successive State Tournament appearances, last season’s 5-10 mark was a bit disappointing for Milford filed hockey. While it was a tough season, it was not without its benefits according to head coach Andrea Fleming. “Last season wasn’t easy, but I believe we will benefit greatly from it,” […]

French Takes Over Helm At Milford

        By Kevin Eickman Last season was a tough one for Milford boys soccer. Following a five game losing streak in the middle of the season, the Buccaneers made a dramatic run at the playoffs only to come up one victory short of qualifying for the State Tournament. Losing the final game […]

Five Injured In Early Morning Crash

Delaware State Police Troopers are investigating an early morning crash in which five people were injured that occurred in Milford. The crash occurred at approximately 2:45 a.m. this morning as Michael W. Walker, 29, of Milford, DE, was operating a 1998 Buick Century and was traveling southbound on Canterbury Road (SR 15). As Walker neared […]

County Bank Donates $1,000 to Delaware Housing Coalition

Delaware Housing Coalition’s mission is promoting the empowerment and transformation of communities by ensuring equitable and sustainable housing for all Delawareans. They undertake this mission through public policy advocacy, research and education, technical assistance, marketing and community development. Among their many projects The Good Neighborhood Project promotes accessible and inclusive affordable housing through-out Delaware. Pictured […]

Breast Cancer Survivors “Nurture with Nature”

By Terry Rogers Ten breast cancer survivors met at Killen’s Pond State Park on Wednesday, August 20, in order to “Nurture with Nature” on a sunset kayak ride on the pond. The event, part of the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition’s Aquatic Activities Program, is the latest in a monthly series designed to allow survivors to […]

Superintendent Discusses Possible Referendum with City Council

On Monday, August 25, Milford School District Superintendent, Dr. Phyllis Kohel, provided information to Milford City Council about the referendum the district is proposing for the fall. Dr. Kohel said that she and School Board President, Marvin Schelhouse wanted to inform council of the options before they went out in the community to gain support […]

Workshop Held For Kent County Sports Complex

On Monday, August 25, Kent County Levy Court Commissioner, Eric Buckson, along with Bill Strickland, Past President of Kent County Sports Complex and Committee Member, Gregg Moore, presented information regarding the new complex to Milford City Council. The complex will consist of 13 rectangular fields geared toward soccer, field hockey and lacrosse. One field will […]

Milford School District Updates

Milford School District Welcomes New Staff On Thursday August 14th, all new teachers and staff were welcomed to the Milford School District. New teachers were introduced to the district and a three-day orientation was conducted. Mr. Marvin Schellhouse, president of the Milford School District Board of Education, spoke to all of the new teachers at […]

Morris Holds Meet Your Teacher Night

By Terry Rogers Kindergarten is a big step in any child’s life and it can sometimes be stressful for both the child and the parents. For some parents, this was the first child who headed off to school when Milford School District started on Monday, August 25. In order to ease the minds of both […]

Milford Players Return From Spain

        Four Milford High School Field Hockey Players recently returned from Barcelona, Spain where they spent ten days training and playing the sport on an international level. Darby Brennan, Kayla Brennan, Kate Melvin and Courtney Lingo were selected to participate in the Word Tour International Camp where they received the highest level […]

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