This Week’s MILFORD REVIEW

The headlines of the week for Milford, DE: Goat Island Completes Greenway; Plans Continue For Aquarium; 2014 Riverwalk Freedom Festival; Operation Giveback Honors Local Veterans; Chick-Fil-A Set To Open Sept. 10; Park Place Turns 25; “Bartenders” Raise Money for B&G Club; WWII Vet Shares His Experience; Maheu Earns Distinguished Woman Award; plus full sports coverage and much more. Download and read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/MilfordReview090914.pdf

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