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Traffic Stop Leads To Weapons Charge

On 09.17.2019 at approximately 10:37 pm, an officer from the Milford Police Department’s Patrol Division stopped a Nissan Pathfinder on Bay Road (SR 1) after observing an equipment violation. The officer made contact with the operator of the vehicle Shawn H. Colson, 29 of Frederica. During the stop it was learned Mr. Colson was wanted […]

The Weekly Review – September 17, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:  CFC Members Recognized as Hometown Heroes; MSD Focuses on Student Mental Health; Riverwalk Freedom Festival 2019; DMI Names Gerken Executive Director; Milford Employees Support Hurricane Relief; Milford Photographer Passes Away; Milford Peebles to Become Gordmans; Food Bank announces catering services; Del-One Supports Lori’s Hands PLUS SPORTS […]

DMI Names Gerken as Executive Director

The Board of Directors of Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) has named Milford resident and Milford High School graduate (’05) Patricia (Trish) Gerken as its new executive director, effective September 23. Gerken joins DMI with over five years of experience in the non-profit and public sectors. Most recently, she served as Site Supervisor of Buena Vista […]

Del-One Supports Lori’s Hands

The Del-One Foundation donated $2,500 to Lori’s Hands, a local organization whose mission is to “transform students’ understanding of community health by matching them with individuals living with chronic illness in meaningful, helping relationships. Community members receive in-home support and, in turn, educate next-generation health leaders about the experience of living with chronic illness”. Program […]

Food Bank announces catering services

The Food Bank of Delaware announced today a new way to both feed and educate Delawareans. Through its Delaware Food Works workforce development initiative, the Food Bank is now providing catering to the public. Delaware Food Works mission is to eliminate food insecurity through workforce development, social entrepreneurship and small business incubation. The catering social […]

Drug Related Charges For Milford Man

On 09.12.2019 the Milford Police Department’s Drug Unit and the U.S. Marshals First State Fugitive Task Force arrested Anthony M. Barnes, 54 of Milford, in the 200 block of Northeast Front Street (SR 14). Mr. Barnes was known to be wanted by Detectives following warrants being obtained following an August investigation. In the August investigation […]

Drive Benefits School in Dominican Republic, a leading provider of self – storage throughout the State of Delaware, hosted a school supply drive and fundraiser in collaboration with the Ears to Hear ministries (501c3) to benefit a primary school in Batey Central in the Dominican Republic with 185 students in all grade levels. The students are not only given a […]

This Love Story Went Country- Willow Hill

By Tia Cristy Could you imagine a magical realm that actually existed where artists like Sugarland and Amy Winehouse were playing a melting pot of music in a field surrounded by willow trees? Oh… and please, don’t forget to invite a strong voice like, Lady Gaga… Yep, that’s about the closest example I can give […]

The Colors of Sage – Rachael Sage

By Tia Cristy Sage isn’t just a one-dimensional tint of green when it comes to singer/song writer Rachael Sage. This colorful personality and singer can delight you to your core with her Alternative sound, just like gazing at any shade of your personal favorite color could. As a resident of New York, Rachael was a […]

Riverwalk Freedom Festival 2019

On Saturday, September 14 downtown Milford was filled with crafters, vendors, food trucks and more when the 19th Annual Riverwalk “Freedom” Festival, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Milford, took place. Just as in past years, the event included the Duck Dash, a car show, Kids Corner, the Petriotic Pet Parade and fireworks. […]

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