MHS Sports – Week of Sunday, March 30

    Sunday, March 30 Lacrosse – Boys Varsity Polytech HS 9, Milford HS 12 Goals (Milford) – Heesh 4, Lardner 4, Viramontes 3, Rhodes 1 Assists (Milford) – Viramontes 3 Shots (Milford) – 31 Saves (Milford) – Stevenson 9 Tennis – Boys Varsity Seaford HS 1, Milford HS 4 1st Singles -Colt Williamson Milford, […]

Mows Begin New Venture

By Terry Rogers Many people in Milford know Dr. Ed Mow and his wife, Sabrina, from the medical practice they operated in Milford for many years on Lakeview Avenue. Today, however, the Mow’s are hoping to be recognized for a new venture they have begun in Milford, the Ageless Rejuvenation Spa, located at 1001 Mattlind […]

B&B Festival Includes New Kayak Race

Staff Report This year the 12th annual Bug and Bud Festival will include a new kayak race down the mighty Mispillion River with a finish in the downtown district on Saturday, April 25. The Shipbuilder River Race starts at 9 am and is hosted by Downtown Milford, Inc. and the City of Milford Parks and […]

Morales Serves Aboard USS New Orleans

A 2014 Milford High School graduate and Milford, Delaware, native is serving aboard USS New Orleans, one of the Navy’s newest and most advanced amphibious ships, designed to deliver Marines and their equipment to and from war zones. Seaman Jamie Morales is an undesignated seaman aboard the San Diego-based San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ship. […]

Council Receives Funding from Kent County

By Terry Rogers On Monday, March 23, 2015, Kent County Levy Court Commissioner, Eric Buckson, presented a check for $20,713 to Milford Police Chief, Keith Hudson. The check is a grant from Kent County Levy Court for use by the police department. “I am very pleased to be here to today to support Milford as […]

Community Parade Date Approved

By Terry Rogers On Monday, March 23, 2015, Milford City Council approved the date for the 2015 Milford Community Parade. This year’s parade will be held on Wednesday, October 21, 2015, keeping the tradition of holding the parade on the third Wednesday in October. “This is a special year for those of us who have […]

Dr. Thompson Returns to Milford Band

By Terry Rogers When Band Director Christine Smith left the Milford High School Band room on maternity leave recently, a well-known face stepped in to fill her shoes. Dr. Jerry Thompson, who taught band at the high school for 29 years, entered the classroom as a substitute. Dr. Thompson graduated from Delaware State College in […]

Public Art Launches ‘Last Fleet’

On Sunday, March 22, Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) showcased the ‘Art on the Riverwalk Tour’ (ART) Project with, “Launching Augusta: the Last Fleet” at Abbott’s Grill. The last six boats to be added to this public art project were unveiled as residents and visitors had the opportunity to meet the artists and their students that […]

Random Acts of Kindness Spread Outside of Milford

By Terry Rogers Wednesday, March 25 would have been Madison Peterman’s 15th birthday, a day that many would associate with sadness. However, her parents, Scot and Carrie Peterman decided on her 14th birthday that the day should be one of celebration as they created “Random Acts of Kindness Day” in Maddie’s honor. For the second […]

Prayer Breakfast Features Kidnapping Survivor

By Terry Rogers On Saturday, March 21, 2015, the City of Milford sponsored the 32nd Annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast honoring Mayor Bryan Shupe. The breakfast is an annual event that began in the City of Seattle in 1934. The program began with welcoming remarks from Reverend Joseph Cassey, President of the Milford Senior Center and an […]

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