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Q&A with Jim Purcell

The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 with candidates vying for local, state and federal offices. Jim Purcell is challenging Representative Dave Wilson for the Senate District 18 seat which was vacated when Senator Gary Simpson announced his retirement earlier this year. Questions that are on the minds of voters were […]

Q&A with Dave Wilson

  The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 with candidates vying for local, state and federal offices. Representative Dave Wilson is challenging Jim Purcell for the Senate District 18 seat which was vacated when Senator Gary Simpson announced his retirement earlier this year. Questions that are on the minds of voters […]

Walker Writes, Illustrate Youth Novel

by Terry Rogers  Cassie Lawn Walker, born and raised in Lewes, Delaware, moved to Philadelphia around the age of 18 to attend the Art Institute before starting a 20-some year career in graphic, web design and animation. During her career, she worked for Earle Palmer Brown Advertising and PricewaterhouseCoopers. She spent six months in London, […]

Dark Horse Assists Youth in Sports

by Terry Rogers   Jamie Masten grew up playing sports so he knows how sports can help young people succeed in adulthood. As a result, he wanted to do something that would help any child who wanted to play sports achieve that goal. “I was fortunate enough to have parents who were into sports and […]

Community Parade Planned for Oct 17

by Terry Rogers On Wednesday, one of the most anticipated fall events will “step off” in Milford when the Milford Community Parade begins at 6:30 PM. The parade marches along Walnut Street, starting at the former Milford Middle School building and ending at the Milford High School football stadium. This year’s theme is “Autumn Spooktacular.” […]

Milford Expands Allied Health Program

by Terry Rogers     According to Patricia Ayers, Health Sciences instructor at Milford Central Academy, the United States will need to hire 2.3 million new healthcare workers by 2025 in order to adequately take care of an aging population based on research conducted by Mercer’s US Healthcare Analysis Report. A few years ago, Milford […]

Mispillion Art League Plans Two Fundraisers

by Terry Rogers Mispillion Art League member are busy preparing for two big fundraisers in the month of October. On Saturday, October 13, “A Starry Night,” an elegant gala is planned at the gallery from 7:30 to 10 PM. Then, on October 27, MAL will hold “Run for the Arts,” a 5k costume run and […]

Movie Theater Under Contract in Milford

by Terry Rogers   What was once Milford’s first Walmart before becoming a call center for Sitel may soon be a state-of-the-art movie theater in Milford, according to Arthur Helmick, owner of Middletown’s Westown Theater and Newark’s Main Street Theater. “I have the building under contract,” Helmick said. “My intention is to turn it into […]

Jason Adkins Opens New Law Office

by Terry Rogers   Jason Adkins says it is hard to pinpoint what made him become an attorney. Stevenson House was named for his great-grandfather, Judge William Marion Stevenson, which means the law was more than likely in his blood before he was born. “I actually keep his gavel in my office,” Adkins said. “I […]

Townhouse Project Begins in Downtown

by Terry Rogers   Construction is almost complete on the first of the Milford “Strong Neighborhood” houses, with construction on eight more to begin in the Spring of 2019.  Proposed by Milford Housing Development Corporation, with Dan Bond and John DiTomasso in private partnership and with the cooperation of the City of Milford, the project […]

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