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Young Bucs Still Learning

By TJ Millman It was a rematch of last year’s State Final this past Wednesday, when the Indian River Indians rolled into the Milford Central Academy Gym to take on the Bucs who had beaten them the year before. It came down to the final match, but this time it was the Indians who emerged […]

Boys, Girls Score Wins Over Panthers

By TJ Millman The Milford Boys and Girls Swim Teams both managed to pick up a win against Poly Tech this past week, with the boys taking outscoring the Panthers by a score of 93-70 and the girls by a score of 119-40. These wins move the girls to 3-3 on the year and the […]

Woman Arrested On Shoplifting Charges

On 01/17/2018, Robin Reynolds, 59 of Houston, DE was arrested by Milford Police Department stemming from a shoplifting incident that occurred in December 2017. Felton Police came into contact with Reynolds and turned her over to Milford Police Department after they learned she was wanted in connection with this incident. On 12/11/2017, Milford Police Department […]

Woman Arrested For Shoplifting

  On January 17, 2018 at 7:14 p.m., Milford Police Department Patrol Division responded to Walmart, located at 939 N DuPont Blvd, Milford, Kent County, DE reference to a shoplifting case. Officers received a description of the female suspect from the dispatch center and located the suspect in the area of Dollar Tree. Asset Protection […]

Del-One Supports DE Ovarian Cancer Foundation

The Del-One Foundation finished strong with the annual Give Back campaign by donating $2,000 to the Delaware Ovarian Cancer Foundation.  This organization’s mission is to “increase ovarian cancer awareness and education about ovarian cancer among women and healthcare professionals in Delaware and the surrounding vicinity, to support women affected by ovarian cancer, and to promote […]

Culinary School graduates Start new careers

Nine members of The Culinary School at the Food Bank of Delaware celebrated their achievements today during a graduation ceremony for 16th and 17th classes at the Food Bank’s Milford facility. Graduates Matthew Cannon, Christopher Colburn, Susanne Gayle, Michael Green, James Jenkins, Will Keyser, Kenneth Proano, Deborah Reilly and Keith Weims successfully passed the ServSafe® […]

Using water to heal the body

As a nurse in the healthcare field, Dover resident Cheryl Short understands the importance of the healing process. This is why she jumped head first into physical and aquatic therapy at Bayhealth after having a total hip replacement this spring. Aquatic therapy at Bayhealth is an effective rehabilitative treatment for a wide range of orthopedic […]

The Weekly Review – January 16, 2018

Read this week’s edition at,2018.pdf  The headlines of the week for Milford: Firefly Announces Headliners; Community Center Raising Funds for Building Lulu M. Ross Holds Literacy Festival;CCGM Looks Forward to New Year;Riverfront Theater Presents Hitchcock Favorite;Council Updated on New Delinquent Tax Collection;Council Solicits Realtors to Sell Business Parks;City Manager Looks at Upcoming Year;Using water to […]

Bucs Show Resilience in Laurel Loss

  By TJ Millman It has been an interesting start to the season for the Milford Bucs Basketball Squad so far. After delaying their opener due to the school’s football playoff run, the Bucs opened with two wins, and have lost 4 straight since then. Their latest loss, a 47-59 defeat by the Laurel Bulldogs, […]

Milford Girl’s Swim Dominates Indian River

  By TJ Millman It was just short of a month ago that the Milford Swim Team had their last meet, and the swimmers were anxious to get back in the pool and see just where they were as they approached mid-season. The Lady Bucs Swim Team took first place in 8 of their 11 […]

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