Wrestlers Look To Repeat State Title

          By Kevin Eickman The last time the Milford wrestling team took to the mat in competition, they defeated highly regarded Saint George Tech for the DIAA Division II State Championship. On that Tuesday night this past February, Milford was dominant, winning by a score of 42-20. The next time Milford […]

Park Ordinances Reviewed by City Council

By Terry Rogers Event Alcohol Permits On Monday, November 24, Milford City Council reviewed two changes to ordinances affecting city parks. The first would adjust city ordinances to allow alcohol consumption in the parks for special events while the second was to add a smoking ban in public parks. “We currently allow groups to serve […]

Public Hearing Held on Community Block Grant Program

By Terry Rogers On Monday, November 24, Milford City Council held a public hearing regarding the Community Block Grant Program in accordance with Section 106 Review Process established by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. The public hearing was designed to encourage input from citizens and agencies regarding funding available through the Community Block […]

City Council Agrees to Support Overpass Construction

By Terry Rogers On Monday, November 24, Milford City Council held a workshop on the need for an overpass at the intersection of Route 1 and Northeast Tenth Street. Woods Haven resident, Emmett Vennett and DelDOT project manager, Jim Satterfield spoke to council about the overpass and explained the process used by DelDOT for determining […]

Halpern Eye Care Celebrates 68 Years

In 2014 Halpern Eye Care expanded in Milford, opening their doors on Airport Rd adjacent to Walmart. A family-owned business for three generations, Drs Joel and Ryan Halpern are now driving the future of their business that was started by Dr. Harold Halpern on Front Street in downtown Milford in 1946. Expanding the business since […]

Students Learn Through Growth Mindset

Lulu Ross Elementary has adopted a new way of thinking as students begin to understand that hard work is the key to success in any subject. Believing that their abilities and intelligence can be developed over time, not just a natural talent they are born with, students are learning that they can actually become smarter […]

Heroin Use on the Rise

By Terry Rogers According to Milford Police Department, heroin use is on the rise in the area not only among adults, but among young people as well. A recent incident at Selbyville Middle School brought the matter to light when a student ingested heroin at a school dance and needed emergency medical treatment. According to […]

Re/Max Gives Back This Holiday

This holiday season realtors at Re/Max Twin Counties in Milford are reaching out to local businesses in an effort to create a larger partnership to help local families in need. Collecting non-perishable foods, new or gently used clothing and funds to help with heating costs, Donna Watson and her team hope to emphasize that to help […]

Santa Is Coming To Town

With sirens blasting, Santa will arrive in downtown Milford riding on a fire truck and escorted by the police on Saturday, November 29 at 11 am. He will be in his house listening to the dreams and wishes of children every Friday evening 6 to 8pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to […]

It’s A Wonderful Life Coming To Riverfront Theater

Second Street Players (SSP) will proudly present the Holiday Classic It’s A Wonderful Life November 28, 29, 30 and December 5, 6, and 7. Performances will be held 7pm on Fridays and Saturdays and 3pm on Sundays. All performances will be held at the Riverfront Theatre on Walnut Street in downtown Milford. This timeless story of dreams, […]

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