The Weekly Review – May 21, 2019

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Milford Public Library to Open for Browsing

by Terry Rogers     For the first time since March, the Milford Public Library will open its doors for browsing on...

City Council to Sell DMI Building

by Terry Rogers     On Monday, October 26, Milford Director of Public Works, Mike Svaby, presented City Council with a proposal...

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Headlines of the week:  Front Street Overpass Opens; La Red Announces Expansion to Wellness Village; Families Enjoy Public Works Week; Roaring 20s Party Photo Gallery; NAACP Honors Local Influencers; Simmons Encourages Students to Think Big; Hill Named MSD Teacher of the Year; Milford Museum Presents Sussex Indian Towns; William V. Sipple & Sons: Family-Owned for 150 Years; 5k Raised $16,500 for Memorial Fire Company

PLUS SPORTS including Baseball wraps up 16-2 regular season and Santiago shines on Senior Day.

 

 

 


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Milford Public Library to Open for Browsing

by Terry Rogers     For the first time since March, the Milford Public Library will open its doors for browsing on Monday, November 2 at 12...

City Council to Sell DMI Building

by Terry Rogers     On Monday, October 26, Milford Director of Public Works, Mike Svaby, presented City Council with a proposal to demolish the building next...

City Council to Review Riverwalk Future Development

  by Terry Rogers     On Monday, October 26, Milford City Council held a workshop in order to discuss how Council wanted to proceed with a plot...

Milford XC moved to 2-0

  The Milford Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams moved to 2-0 after defeating Dover 20-41 (Boys) and 16-41 Girls) at Killens Pond this evening....
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