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Ward 1 Candidates Face Off

by Terry Rogers  On Tuesday, April 10, the Sussex County Chapter of the NAACP, in partnership with the Milford Chronicle, sponsored a debate between Michael Boyle and Cindy Scofield, candidates for open seat for Ward 1 on Milford’s City Council. The seat came open when Councilman Archie Campbell stepped down to run for Mayor. David […]

MRB to Open New Brewpub in Milford

by Terry Rogers   In February Mispillion River Brewing announced that they plan to open a new brewpub in Milford. Although they cannot release information on the exact location as lease negotiations are still being finalized, the new brewpub will be located on Route 1 in Milford. “We are long-term Milford residents and we wanted […]

Vezmar to Join MSD School Board

by Terry Rogers  Milford School District has two openings on the Board of Education after Hunter Emory and Sharon Kirby both decided not to run for re-election. Last week, there were three candidates for the At-Large seat vacated by Mr. Emory. However, both Michael McKain and David Markowitz decided to withdraw their candidacy, leaving David […]

Mayoral Candidates Face Off

by Terry Rogers On Tuesday, April 10, the Sussex County Chapter of the NAACP, in partnership with the Milford Chronicle, sponsored a debate between Arthur Campbell and Todd Culotta, candidates for Milford’s Mayoral seat. The seat came open when Mayor Bryan Shupe chose to step down at the end of his term in order to […]

Mayoral Candidate Archie Campbell – Q&A

 by Terry Rogers Milford City Councilman Archie Campbell currently serves Ward I. Retired from the corporate world as Director of Operations at Loreal Lancome, Campbell has served as Milford City Councilman for the past two years and seven years on the City of Milford Planning & Zoning Commission. He works as a substitute teacher at the […]

Mayoral Candidate Todd Culotta – Q&A

by Terry Rogers    Todd Culotte owns and operates Bay Pro Contracting, which focuses on restaurant buildouts and residential remodeling and renovations. For more than 15 years, Mr. Culotta had a successful career in technology sales and project management. Mr. Culotta is a 1991 graduate of Milford High School. He holds an MBA from Keller Graduate School […]

Milford Welcomes New HR Manager

by Terry Rogers     On Monday, March 26, Milford City Council welcomed the new Human Resource Manager for the town, Jamesha Eaddy. Eaddy replaces Lisa Carmean who retired at the end of March. “I’ve always had a desire to help others and make an impact,” Eaddy said. “HR allows me to do those things […]

Milford Diner has New Owners

by Terry Rogers  Terri Rosetta and Brian Stabell spend each day at the Milford Diner repairing, cleaning and refurbishing the former Milford mainstay. The couple says that their goal is to bring the old diner, whose original section was built in 1954 by the Fodero Dining Car Company, back to life. “The menu will have […]

Etta’s Catering Plans Grand Opening

by Terry Rogers    Michelle Mills says that Etta’s Catering, located at 319 South Rehoboth Boulevard in Milford, will provide more than just delicious comfort foods. After months of renovations, the building now houses a beautiful gathering spot for groups as large as 130 people. “We have been in the food industry for over 40 […]

DDC Prepares Beauty and the Beast

by Terry Rogers    For the second year, Diamond Dance Company will present the ballet “Beauty and the Beast” in two public performances on April 21 at 2 PM and 7 PM. A special children’s production is planned for school students on Thursday, April 19. “We do our shows in two-year cycles,” Bliss Soucek, one […]

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