Winter Energy Tips For Families

Although many school children were disappointed last Tuesday when Winter Storm Juno passed north of Kent and Sussex Counties, the Greater Milford Area saw some winter weather last month as snow fell from the sky in the late afternoon on January 21.  The snowfall created some beautiful scenes in town. With freezing temperatures and slippery roads, families want to keep […]

MHS Sports, Week Of Jan 25

      Tuesday, January 27 Swimming – Boys Varsity Tri-Meet: Indian River HS, Milford HS, Sussex Academy Indian River HS 23, Milford HS 70   Swimming – Girls Varsity Tri-Meet: Indian River HS, Milford HS, Sussex Academy Indian River HS 62, Milford HS 31   Basketball – Boys Varsity Milford HS 47, Seaford HS […]

Focus Is Key As Milford Enter Home Stretch

    By Kevin Eickman With the month of January coming to a close, the Milford Buccaneers wrestling team is entering a key stretch in their season. As winter weather has taken its toll, Milford has several matches to make up as they aim for a repeat of their Henlopen South and DIAA Division II […]

Bayhealth Welcomes New Director of Patient Care

Staff Report On Friday, January 23 Bayhealth Milford Memorial Hospital announced the promotion of Andrea Holecek, EdD, MSN, MBA, APRN, AOCNS, to the position of Director of Patient Care Services at Bayhealth Milford Memorial Hospital. In her new position, Holecek oversees patient care at Milford Memorial, including services provided in critical care and med-surg units, […]

Code Purple Provides Warmth to Homeless

By Terry Rogers On Tuesday, January 20, 2015, volunteers assisted Lisa Davis, the Executive Director of the Milford Community Center tie scarves, hats, gloves and hand warmers to lamp posts in Bicentennial Park. Each bundle of warm clothing were tied together with a ribbon that held a tag which read “I am not lost. Please […]

Boys & Girls Club Celebrates Six Years

A staple in the Milford community for several decades, the Boys & Girls Club celebrated their sixth year in their new location off Airport Road in January. Programs at the Club are geared toward helping kids develop into productive, responsible, and caring citizens. The Milford Club is aimed at changing the lives of not only […]

MAL Holds “Art of Brewing” Demonstration

By Terry Rogers On Thursday, January 15, Ryan Maloney, Head Brewer at Mispillion River Brewing, presented “Art of Brewing” to members of the Mispillion Art League. During his presentation, Mr. Maloney described the brewing process and explained why creating craft beer is an artistic endeavor. Since opening 15 months ago, Mispillion River Brewing, owned in […]

Found Dog Signs Can Increases Return

First State Animal Center and SPCA If your dog goes missing, the first thing you should do is call Delaware Animal Care and Control. If you find a dog, you should make the same call, and hold onto the dog until Animal Control comes to pick it up. Now, thanks to a collaboration with an […]

Masonic Temple Celebrates 200 Years

By Terry Rogers On Saturday, January 16, the Masonic Temple Lodge No. 9 A.F. and 6 A.M. in Milford celebrated their 200th anniversary with the unveiling of a Historic Marker presented by the Delaware State Archives. The historic marker tells the history of the Masonic Lodge in Milford, which was created by order of state […]

Milford Chamber Looks Toward 2015

“Milford was recently named as the fastest growing city in the state by the News Journal,” Ms. Schmeiser said. “Last year, after the retirement of Mayor Ronnie Rogers, the city elected Bryan Shupe, who, at the age of 29 when elected, was one of the youngest mayors in the state. He is bringing new and […]

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