Ronald L. Laws Joins County Bank

Staff Report In AprilmJoseph L. Shockley, president of County Bank, announced the appointment of Ronald L. Laws as Chief Financial Officer. Laws’ extensive banking experience encompasses 30 years in financial management. Most recently he served as the CFO at Community Bank Delaware. His professional background also includes roles as executive vice president, CFO, COO and […]

Food Bank Creates Culinary Careers

In several weeks, students of the Food Bank of Delaware’s Culinary School with graduate from the fourteen-week program that assists students in developing the skills necessary in the culinary industry. Designed to help Delawareans provide job security and economic sustainability for their families, this year’s program hosted nine students from Sussex Correctional Institution (SCI) in […]

Grier Receives SBA Award

By Terry Rogers On Tuesday, April 21, Governor Jack Markell hosted business owners and lenders who had recently been announced as winners of United States Small Business of the Year Awards by the Small Business Administration. Garrett Grier, Managing Member of the Milford and Seaford’s Duck In Car Wash was among those honored. Mr. Grier […]

Chamber Golf Tourney Benefits Little League

By Jo Schmeiser, Chamber of Commerce For Greater Milford Come on out and join us for the 22nd Annual Golf Classic to benefit the Milford Little League and the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford. The event is being held at the Rookery North, located at 6152 S. Rehoboth Blvd. in Milford. Registration and breakfast, […]

Evans Runs For Milford School Board

As the Milford community prepares for the upcoming referendum on Tuesday, May 5 where the Milford School District is asking residents to vote for a new high school and operations budget, there is another election in the month of May that has not gained much attention. On Tuesday, May 12 residents of the Milford School […]

Dennehy Runs For School Board

As the Milford community prepares for the upcoming referendum on Tuesday, May 5 where the Milford School District is asking residents to vote for a new high school and operations budget, there is another election in the month of May that has not gained much attention. On Tuesday, May 12 residents of the Milford School […]

Del Rossi Runs for School Board

As the Milford community prepares for the upcoming referendum on Tuesday, May 5 where the Milford School District is asking residents to vote for a new high school and operations budget, there is another election in the month of May that has not gained much attention. On Tuesday, May 12 residents of the Milford School […]

Planning Commission Denies Apartment Request

By Terry Rogers On Tuesday, April 21, Milford Planning Commission denied a zoning request from Mispillion Street Partners to build a Planned Residential Use Development (PURD) that would be known as Riverwalk Villas. The request was to allow the developer to build a three-building, 48 unit apartment complex at 401 Mispillion Street, on the Mispillion […]

The Weekly Review – April 28, 2015

Download and read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/WeeklyReviewApril28,2015.pdf The headlines of the week for Milford, DE: Bug & Bud Festival proves successful again; School Board elections, May 12;  First-ever Shipbuilders River Race draws regional paddlers;  Grier receives Small Business Administration award; Planning Commission denies apartment request;  Route 113 overpass closes to repair bridge; CCGM hosts ‘10 of Best’ Awards Dinner; and […]

CCGM Hosts 10 of the Best Awards

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford (CCGM) hosted their Annual “10 of the Best” Awards Dinner on Friday, April 17. Celebrating 25 years in the Milford community, CCGM celebrated their Past, honored their Present and inspired their Future. David Burton, the Chamber’s first President in 1989, was in attendance along with other past Presidents […]

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