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Delaware Tech Opens Veterans Resource Center

Delaware Tech hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony today to celebrate the opening of its new Veterans Resource Center on its Charles L. Terry Campus in Dover. The center, which was funded by a $22,000 donation from the Navient Foundation, will host guest speakers and student veteran programs such as financial education, career workshops and Post Traumatic […]

Man Arrested for Killing Two Dogs

  The Delaware State Police have arrested a Milford man after he stabbed two dogs inside his house. Troopers were called to a residence in the 7000 block of North Union Church Road yesterday, June 21, 2017 around 10:30 a.m., for a domestic issue occurring between Denzel L. Brown, 27, and his 34-year-old girlfriend. After […]

Police Investigating Increase In Bicycle Thefts

  The Milford Police Department has begun to investigate an increase in bicycle thefts in recent days. This includes bicycles that have been located by concerned citizens and turned over to us too. We urge anyone who has had a bicycle stolen and not reported it, to contact the Milford Police Department at 302.422.8081 and […]

Sudden Death of MPD Officer

Milford officials stated that they have lost a member of the Milford Police Department. The department posted the obituary of Sean Aaron Hudson on their website and Facebook page on Tuesday, June 20, along with an official statement.  “The men and women of the Milford Police Department are mourning the loss of one of our own, Pfc. […]

The Weekly Review – June 20, 2017

Read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/WeeklyReviewJune20,2017.pdf  The headlines of the week for Milford:Mock drill helps prepare first responders; Firefly becomes DE summer tradition; Gelley talks about Clark Ave.; Relay for Life celebrates 20 years; City of Milford passes balanced budget with no tax increase; Family praises Carlisle Fire Company; St. John the Apostle builds new rectoryInput […]

Legacy of giving extends to second generation

The year was 1973. President Nixon announced a peace agreement in Vietnam. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Roe v. Wade. A gallon of gasoline cost 40 cents. And a young Cynthia Jones traveled nearly 850 miles from her hometown of Albany, Georgia, to Milford, Delaware, where she’d eventually raise her family and become a […]

Firefly Becomes DE Summer Tradition

By TJ Millman This year marked the sixth year of the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, and Mother Nature showed mercy, holding off the rain and storms that forecasts had predicted throughout the weekend. The days were hot and humid, but the weather at night was pleasing as concert-goers flocked to see headliners like Twenty […]

Milford Student Athlete Darby Brennan

  By TJ Millman Milford’s Darby Brennan has been playing sports since she was old enough to compete. Now, as she heads in to her senior year at Milford High School, she balances her sports life with all the stresses of AP courses and a social life as well. Brennan plays field hockey, softball, and […]

Troopers Arrest Two for Robbery-Milford

    The Delaware State Police at the request of the Milford Police Department is currently conducting a robbery investigation which has resulted in the arrest of two men that occurred late last night. The preliminary investigation has determined the incident occurred at approximately 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 17, 2017 as troopers, Harrington Police […]

Troopers Investigate Shooting

  The Delaware State Police at the request of the Milford Police Department are currently investigating an incident in which a 31-year-old Millsboro man was shot outside a local area apartment building. The preliminary investigation has determined the incident occurred on Sunday, June 18, 2017, at approximately 2:00 a.m., as troopers were called to respond […]

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