Council Denies Chickens in City Limits

By Terry Rogers Joey Phillips, co-owner of Causey Mansion, said that as someone raised in the city, he thought it would be an interesting experience to raise farm animals. With backyard chickens becoming popular throughout the country and many suburban areas allowing chickens on a small scale, he and his husband, Jan Broulik felt that […]

MHS Sports Scoreboard – Week of January 30, 2017

Tuesday, January 31 Basketball – Girls Varsity Milford HS 57, St. Thomas More 50 Milford – Bowe 10 2-7 22 Mifflin 1 0-0 2 Baker 5 2-7 15 Reynolds 0 2-2 2 Duffy 4 0-0 8 Brittingham 1 6-8 8 Totals:21 12-24 27 3-Point Goals:St. More 3( Patterson, Simmons 2) Milford 3( Baker ) Basketball […]

Schools Teach Young Men Leadership Skills

By Terry Rogers On Monday, January 17, Lamarr Shorts from Lulu M. Ross Elementary and Robert McPhatter from Mispillion Elementary were recognized by the Milford Board of Education for their creation of programs designed to help boys at each school develop leadership skills. The Ross program, called the League of Gentlemen, is for at-risk boys […]

The Weekly Review – January 31, 2017

Read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/WeeklyReviewJanuary31,2017.pdf The headlines of the week for Milford: Firefly returns to rock Delaware; Schools teach young men leadership skills; MHS students to represent at Blue-Gold; Grier-Reynolds tradition serves community; Free adult education, employment opportunity screening; Polar Bear Plunge benefits Special Olympics; MPD officer named DE Officer of YearCouncil denies chickens in […]

MHS Students to Represent at Blue-Gold

  Five local students are preparing for the annual DFRC Blue-Gold All*Star Football Game at the University of Delaware. Two athletes and three ambassadors from Milford have been chosen to represent Milford High School and the Delaware Foundation Reaching Citizens (DFRC), an organization that promotes awareness and assistance for individuals with intellectual disabilities. The DFRC […]

Learning to read food labels

Staff Report January 24, 2017 – Food labels are tricky business. For those trying to eat right, it can be downright confusing. There’s a ton of information packed into a small chart, and it leaves many people unsure of where to begin. “I always tell people the first thing they need to read is the […]

MPD Officer Named DE Officer of the Year

By Terry Rogers On Monday, January 9, 2017, Milford City council recognized Sgt. Timothy Lord for receiving the Delaware Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award. According to Chief Kenneth Brown, Sgt. Lord worked as Drug Enforcement Officer in Milford for ten years. “His leadership makes things happen,” Chief Brown said. “He always goes above […]

FireFly Returns to Rock Delaware

Firefly Music Festival, the east coast’s largest music and camping festival, is returning to The Woodlands in Dover, DE for the sixth year on June 15 through 18, 2017. Along with headliners The Weeknd, Muse, Twenty One Pilots, Chance the Rapper and Bob Dylan and His Band, the lineup also features Flume, Weezer, The Shins, […]

Grier-Reynolds Tradition Serves Community

On Martin Luther King Day of Service, Rachel Grier-Reynolds and her family gave generously of their time and energy to Sussex County Habitat for Humanity (SCHFH). Joined by 50 family members, close friends, AmeriCorps members, and Habitat staff and partner families, “Team Rachel” worked on three homes in Ellendale’s Ingram Village subdivision. After a cancer […]

Identity Theft Leads To Arrest

According to police, a December of 2016 identity theft investigation leads to an arrest of an Ellendale woman. On January28, 2017 Milford Police arrested Rita Brisco, 59 of Ellendale, after warrants were obtained following the 2016 investigation into an identity theft. Police state that investigation revealed Ms. Brisco obtained a debit card from the victim […]

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