The Weekly Review – September 1, 2015

Download and read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/WeeklyReviewSept1,2015.pdf

The headlines of the week for Milford, DE: MSD Superintendent announces retirement;First day of school 2015;Dr. Anupol returns to Milford, Sept. 1;Chief Hudson retires after 38 years;Special Election Ward II, Sept. 1; City sewer improvement referendum, Sept. 1;TADA Dance Studio begins fall season;FSDA dancers begin professional careers;MHS teacher expresses concerns to Milford Board of EdClosure of Thompsonville Rd to remove signal; and much more plus full sports coverage.

Download and read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/WeeklyReviewSept1,2015.pdf

 

 

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