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Hit-and-run hospitalizes Faithful Friends founder, kills dog

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The founder of Faithful Friends Animal Society is recovering from a hit-and-run accident that hospitalized her and killed her dog, Emma, which she was walking at the time of the accident. The incident occurred when Jane Pierantozzi was walking her dog Dec. 10 on South Clayton Street in Wilmington near the intersection of South Clayton and Maple Streets in Wilmington. …

Delaware Electric Cooperative to Return More Than $5 Million to Members

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Delaware Electric Cooperative’s (DEC) board of directors has voted to return more than $5 million in capital credits to the Cooperative’s member-owners in December. DEC expects to distribute checks or billing credits to more than 75,000 members this holiday season. Capital credit refunds are also known as the Co-op’s profits, or margins. Because DEC is a not-for-profit utility, margins are …

MHS Marching Buccaneers competed in the DE Championship

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On Saturday, the Milford High School Marching Buccaneers competed in the Delaware State Marching Band Championship hosted at Caesar Rodney High School in Camden, DE. The championship was a Tournament of Bands competition. Tournament of Bands contests are held throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region in nine different states. Saturday’s competition saw competitors from Region 9 which is made up of Delaware …

MHS Drama performs The Epic Quest of the Damsels in Distress

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  The students of Milford High School’s Drama Club are thrilled to present The Epic Quest of the Damsels in Distress. Written by Kenneth Wasemann, this play is a take on fairy tale stereotypes—but flips them around.  It contains a monster, fairies, a fairy queen, a knight, a prince, a gladiator, an angry mob of villagers, and four strong women …

Marshall named to Milford HOF

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by Kevin Eickman The first time I saw Andew Marshall on the football field my jaw dropped to the floor. In all the time I had been watching and covering Milford, Marshall was by far the most physically imposing player that I had ever seen. When I asked one of the Milford assistant coaches where Marshall had transferred in from, …

Milford XC finishes top-five overall at Lake Invitational

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Milford Cross Country teams opened the season at the Lake Forest Invitational. The Milford squads both made top-five overall finishes with four individual medalists. Nate Waydelis led the boy’s team with an impressive third-place finish in the field of 22 teams. Nate flashed through the 3.1 mile forest in an impressive 17:11 which is the fastest 5k at Killen’s Pond …

Hall beckons for Bowen

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By Kevin Eickman A common thread between the 12th Man Gridiron Club Hall of Fame inductees is community service. Joseph Bowen is no exception as he has dedicated his life to helping others. Following his graduation from Milford in 1988, Bowen decided that service to his country and community would be his path. Bowen spent the next three years in …

Emory to Enter Hall of Fame

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By Kevin Eickman One of four members of this year’s 12th Man Gridiron Club, which will hold its induction ceremony at the home opener on August 31, Hunter Emory is very humble about being named to this exclusive club. “I can’t begin to tell you how honored I am to become a member of the Hall of Fame, it is …