The Weekly Review – May 9, 2017

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Merry and scary ways to celebrate fall and Halloween

Halloween and harvest events kick into high gear this weekend, with trunk and treats popping up like pumpkin patches. Here’s...

Milford Zips Caravel 24-0

    By Kevin Eickman This was a game a great many people had wanted to see for a long time: “The...

Milford football seeks home opener opponent

By DAVE McCALLUM Coming off a resounding 24-0 opening week victory last Friday at Caravel Academy, Milford was looking forward...

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The headlines of the week for Milford: HOB Opens Women’s Homeless Veterans Shelter; Downtown Farmers Market Season Open; Purcell to Serve on Milford School Board; Laragionis Continue a Family Tradition in Milford; Lincoln Man Seeks Assistance for Spinal Surgery; Milford Memorial Day Ceremony, May 29; Nuns Take Over Downtown Milford; National Day of Prayer held downtown; Milford Looks Back on Devastating 2003 Fire; PLUS SPORTS including Bucs Return Favor to IR and Kimmel Headed to DSU.

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Merry and scary ways to celebrate fall and Halloween

Halloween and harvest events kick into high gear this weekend, with trunk and treats popping up like pumpkin patches. Here’s...

Milford Zips Caravel 24-0

    By Kevin Eickman This was a game a great many people had wanted to see for a long time: “The Battle of the Bucs.”  The...

Milford football seeks home opener opponent

By DAVE McCALLUM Coming off a resounding 24-0 opening week victory last Friday at Caravel Academy, Milford was looking forward to continuing its momentum this...

State aims for better early childhood ed with new position, grant money

  The state of Delaware has created a $1 million fund to help child care center recoup some of the money they've had to spend...

Milford Armory Becomes Community Center

by Terry Rogers   Lillian Harrison, Housing Director of Delaware Community Reinvestment Act Council (DCRAC), is excited to bring new life to the Milford Armory...
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