The Weekly Review – March 3, 2020

Read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/March%203-2.pdf

Headlines of the week:  City Seeks $18.5M Referendum for Police Station;Bayhealth Family Residency Earns Accreditation; Milford Marina to see New Development; Milford Artist Selected as National Exhibitor; Local Kindergarten Registration Begins; City Gives Riverwalk Fest $25K Annually; The Magic of Medical Marriages; Consumers Protected by Weights & Measures inspectors; Business Students Place at States; Public Hearing on Proposed Police Station; Notice to Qualified Voters in City of Milford; Notice of MSD Candidate Filing Deadline

PLUS SPORTS including Bucs earn seven medals at States and Thode becomes State Champion. 

The Weekly Review – March 3, 2020, MilfordLIVE.com


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