The Weekly Review – September 26, 2017

 

Read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/WeeklyReviewSeptember26,2017.pdf

The headlines of the week for Milford: Record numbers attend Oktoberfest;  Milford celebrates 230 years; Dancing night away for Melody Joy; Milford Parade seeks volunteers; Starbucks to open in Milford Plaza; Billing specialists serve local businesses; Response Computer named top-selling partner;Mohawk Electric completes 30 years in safety program;Museum sponsors Abe Lincoln talk PLUS SPORTS including Milford falls at Polytech, 16-7 and Lady Bucs score 12 in 2-0 week.

Read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/WeeklyReviewSeptember26,2017.pdf

 

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