The Weekly Review – March 6, 2018

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Headlines of the week:

Pikus Building Rehab to Finish Fall ’18; Milford Farmers’ Market Prepares 2018 Season; Boys & Girls Club Bowl-A-Thon, March 9; Pinewood Derby Brings Scouts Together; Art League Exhibit Experiments with Shapes; Bayhealth Hosting First Nurse Run 5K; Boyle Files for Ward I Council Seat; County Council Denies Rezoning Request; Chief Brown Holds Promotion Ceremony; Raising Awareness for Heart Disease in Women; Melody Joy Foundation Donates to KSI PLUS SPORTS including Milford Lacrosse: Young and Hungry and MHS Winter Sports Come to a Close.

 

 

 

 

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