Blairs, Abbott’s Pond Treated for Aquatic Weeds

Staff Report As inland water temperatures rise and aquatic plants emerge, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife has started treating downstate ponds for nuisance aquatic weeds. These nuisance weeds, if left unchecked, can choke the water they’ve invaded, crowd out beneficial plant species and prevent fishing and boating access. Blairs Pond and Abbotts Pond, both […]

Food Bank Celebrates Eighth Class

The Food Bank of Delaware held a graduation ceremony on Tuesday, May 24, at the Milford location. Five members of the school, David Cassey, Sarah Pearce, Jesmariely Perez, Eric Roberts and Troy Smith, celebrated their achievements in the 14-week program. Guest speaker for the occasion was Andrew Feeley, Executive Chef of Bluecoast Seafood Grill. “That […]

Second Annual Brewgrass Fest, June 12

On Sunday, June 12, Bicentennial Park in Milford will be host to local music, beer and food as the Brewgrass Festival officially becomes an annual event. Sponsored by Mispillion River Brewing as a fund raiser for Downtown Milford, Inc., the Brewgrass Festival will offer live bluegrass music, food to purchase and beer tastings from local […]

5 Tips to Surviving Firefly Music Festival

By Ashley Reed, Afternoons on Eagle 97.7 Five years, over 500 bands and nearly 90,000 screaming fans. It’s safe to say that the Firefly Music Festival in Dover is the biggest, most exciting thing to happen in Delaware in a really long time. Personally, this is my favorite time of the year. Seeing all my […]

Walls, Dulin Named Nurses of the Year

Staff Report The nurses at Bayhealth are an asset to the community. This love stems from the care Bayhealth nurses provide to each patient. The Nurses of the Year at Bayhealth Kent General and Milford Memorial are perfect examples of how patients are treated with respect and shown compassion every day. Bayhealth is proud to […]

Jason Peel Joins Milford School District

By Terry Rogers On Monday, May 16, Milford School District Board of Education approved Jason Peel, the current Polytech High School Principal, as the Director of Secondary Education under a one-year contract. Dr. Peel will replace Dr. Kevin Dickerson on July 1, 2016 when Dr. Dickerson assumes the position of Superintendent. “I am very excited […]

Students Selected for DE College Scholars Program

By Terry Rogers The Delaware College Scholars Program is designed to provide an intensive workshop experience targeted towards first generation and low-income students that have demonstrated college-readiness by their sophomore year. Only 40 students are chosen for the two-week residential workshop that will be held over the summer. Three of those chosen for the program […]

Students Work to Keep Memorial Beautiful

One of the attributes that defines this generation of students is their desire to serve others. From ringing bells for the Salvation Army to collecting canned goods for the annual food drive, Milford’s current students have a passion for school service. “It just feels good to help others,” explained Sophomore Darby Brennan. This week, social […]

The Weekly Review – May 31, 2016

Download and read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/WeeklyReviewMay31,2016.pdf The headlines of the week for Milford, DE: MHS Seniors look forward to future; Bayhealth breaks ground for new campus; Milford honors fallen on Memorial Day; Second Annual Brewgrass Fest, June 12; Jason Peel joins Milford School District; Dover Federal Credit Union Celebrates 58th Anniversary; plus sports […]

Softball Just Misses Tournament

    By Kevin Eickman To say that the Milford softball team got off to a slow start this season would be an understatement. With the first nine games of the season completed, the Buccaneers were in possession of a 2-7 record. That kind of start easily could have crushed most teams, especially one that […]

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