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Lax Celebrates Successful Season

By Kevin Eickman Last Wednesday evening the Milford lacrosse team gathered for their end of season awards banquet. It was a chance to reflect on a successful 11-4 season which saw the Buccaneers earn their third consecutive Henlopen South title. While Milford may have made an early tournament exit at the hands of State title […]

The Weekly Review – June 11, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:  City Discussed $48million Budget; Free Summer Lunches Offered to Children; Mule Run Meats Offers Full Meals; MHS Bass Club Heads to Nationals; Milford Artist Named Cottage Tour Artist; An Explanation of Confession in the Catholic Church; Valvoline Instant Oil Change Celebrates Grand Opening; Common Running Mistakes […]

“The Odd Couple” Announced as Replacement

Second Street Players has announced a change in its show line-up for the 2019 season. The fourth show of the season will be Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple”, which will replace the previously planned “Clue: On Stage.” Second Street Players was recently notified that the publisher of “Clue: On Stage” would not be granting rights […]

Football Wraps up Week of Practice

By Kevin Eickman There is an old adage that many coaches live by, “You practice how you play.” If the final spring practice of Milford football is any indication, fans should buckle up their seatbelts because it looks like there may be some fun times ahead. While spring practice is non-contact it gives a chance […]

It’s the journey, not the destination

Guest Writer Steve Monz, Afternoons on Cool 101.3 It’s almost time for Summer vacations. A chance to unplug from the business and school worlds and spend time exploring the planet with our families. When I was a kid Mom and Dad would load us up in the station wagon with no seatbelts and drive to […]

Link Between Diet and Osteoarthritis

Orthopaedic surgeon Steven E. Tooze, MD, says people are living longer but many are overweight or obese and often have health conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease and osteoarthritis. One way to modify the effects of these conditions is with your diet. When it comes to your diet and osteoarthritis in particular, Dr. […]

Mispillion Competes in Entrepreneurship Competition

On May 30, 2019 six teams from Mispillion Elementary School competed in the Meaningful Economics and Entrepreneurship Competition at the Carter Center in Georgetown, DE. These teams were led by their coaches Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. Evans-Keesler, and Mrs. McKee. The ME* Competition is a program designed to recognize student achievement in acquiring and applying knowledge […]

DNREC Reminds Boaters Not to Drink

For a safer summer, DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police remind boaters that drinking and boating don’t mix. Boat operators who have consumed alcohol put themselves, their passengers, and other boaters in Delaware waters at risk, and boat operators found with blood alcohol levels of .08 or higher will face charges for operating under […]

Hastings Receives DAISY Award

Bayhealth Hospital, Kent Campus Nurse Hannah Hastings has been a nurse for a little more than a year, and she’s made a significant difference with her patients. Hastings was named Bayhealth’s latest DAISY Award honoree for the compassion she showed a cancer patient in her final days. The DAISY Award is a national recognition that […]

Nancy’s Café to Open in June

Published by Downtown Milford Inc. Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) is proud to announce the opening of a new business in downtown. Do you remember Nancy? Nancy Chirdon Forster opened a popular cafe a few years ago called Nancy’s Riverfront Café. She then ventured into teaching cooking skills at Verde – The Italian Cooking School. Milford […]

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