Class of 2015 Walks The Green

After awards were given out and speeches were finished, the Milford High School Class of 2015 began to walk the green but mother nature had other plans. After a clap of thunder and the rain began to pour down, students and teachers receded to the auditorium and the diplomas were handed out on Friday, May […]

Annual Senior Cruise 2015

Milford High School seniors held their traditional senior cruise and senior picnic Wednesday, May 27 in celebration of their twelve years of hard work and dedication. The seniors said their last hooray and goodbye to classmates, teachers and the school that has become their home over the past four years.   Senior Cruise 2015 ◄ […]

Homeless Sex Offenders Public Notification

  Joseph A. Smith, Jr. and Christopher Smith are not wanted. This is a Homeless Sex Offender Public Notification. Joseph Smith is a High Risk Tier III sex offender who has registered as homeless in Milford, DE. Christopher Smith is a High Risk Tier III sex offender who has also registered as homeless in New […]

B&G Club Celebrates Kids Fest, June 6

The Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club will be celebrating National Get Outdoors Day on Saturday, June 6 from 10 am to 4 pm. The event will be held at the Milford Club, located at 101 Delaware Veterans Boulevard off Airport Road in Milford as it underscores the connection to natural resources through play and […]

Council Discusses Downtown Parking Issues

By Terry Rogers On Monday, May 11, Kay Hudson, Librarian at Milford Free Public Library, spoke to council about parking issues the library was facing now that the city’s Customer Service Department was located in the old PNC Bank building. According to City Manager, Hans Medlarz, PNC Bank had entered into an agreement with the […]

CSA Program Provides Fresh, Local Produce

Staff Report The Food Bank of Delaware is continuing their third year of the Community Supported Agriculture Program, partnering with local growers to provide all Delawareans, regardless of income, access to fresh produce. With food shares available on a weekly basis to participants in June, depending on the spring growing season, the Food Bank is […]

Milford-Slaughter Neck NAACP Honors Gibson, Milford Seven

By Terry Rogers On Saturday, May 16, 2015, at their annual Freedom Banquet, the Milford-Slaughter Neck NAACP honored several area residents for their contribution to the community. Douglas Gibson, a former Milford City councilman and educator, was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award. In addition, the group honored the Milford Seven, the first African-American’s to graduate […]

Lions Award 21 Organizations Grants

By Dick Andrews The Milford Lions Club held the 9th annual Eunice Reed Fund Awards Dinner at Carlisle Fire Hall, on May 14, 2015. A total of 27 applications were received and after careful evaluation, 21 non-profit organizations were selected and presented a total of $67,400. The Reed Fund was established in 2006 by the […]

Dennehy To Serve On Milford School Board

By Terry Rogers On Tuesday, May 12, citizens of Milford voted for an open at-large seat on the Milford School District Board of Education. Yvette Dennehy won the election with 386 votes which represented almost 67 percent of the votes cast. Ronald T. Evans Jr. received 149 votes, almost 26 percent and Kent Delrossi received […]

MHS Holds Senior Awards Ceremony

By Terry Rogers On Wednesday, May 20, Milford Senior High School held their Annual Senior Awards Night in the Milford High School Auditorium. Students and guests were welcomed by Dr. David Carter, followed by Sarah Jump singing The Star Spangled Banner. Dr. Carter congratulated the students for not only seeing their high school career through […]

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