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Response Computer Group Offers Back-to-School Tips

    By Terry Rogers As parents begin preparing their students to return to school in the next few weeks, many may be in the market for a computer or laptop for their student to use for research and other coursework. According to Bryan Eshelman of Response Computer Group, there are things that parents should […]

Programs Build on Music at the Mill Success

On August 10, Lifecyle hosted a bicycle ride from their downtown Milford location to Abbott’s Mill for the last Music at the Mill concert. Music was provided by Free Range, a bluegrass band, and Po’ Boys Creole as well as 2 Dips Ice Cream provided food from their food trucks. Dogfish Head provided adult beverages […]

Milford Graduate To Work in US Senate

Rony Baltazar’s parents left their home countries 25 years ago in search of a better life. They arrived here in Delaware, met and had him about a year later. Both of his parents came here with less than a high school education and worked blue-collar jobs. His mother grew up in Mexico, his father in […]

MSD Provides Tips on Preparing Students

By Terry Rogers On August 31, students in grades Kindergarten, sixth and ninth grade return to school while all other grades head back on September 5. The staggered start time is to give students who are moving from one school to another in Milford School District, as well as those who are entering school for […]

Former Gov Finishes Cross Country Bike Ride

In June, former Governor Jack Markell began a cross-country tour of America in an effort to promote healthy living. Riding for Motivate the First State, a group that supports the YMCA of Delaware, Boys & Girls Club of Delaware, Young Life Delaware, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Siegel Jewish Community Center, the former governor […]

Running of the Goat, August 18

The Third Annual Running of the Goat Again 5K will be held on Friday, August 18, starting at 6:45 PM. The 5K begins at Arena’s, located at 200 Northeast Front Street and is accompanied by a Kids K for children aged 10 and under. The 5K benefits the Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club. “The […]

FFA Students Travel to DC

By Terry Rogers Two Milford High School students travelled to the National FFA Leadership Conference in Washington July 11 through July 16. Victoria Donovan and Curtis Sharp say that the conference was an eye opener for them. “One of my roommates was from California,” Victoria Donovan said. “It was interesting to hear the issues they […]

DMI Continues Traditions in Milford

By Terry Rogers Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) continues to plan exciting events throughout the City for summer and into fall, according to Lisa Fitzgerald, President of DMI’s Board of Directors. From Third Thursday, which continues to grow each month, to the Farmers Market each Saturday, DMI events bring thousands into Milford, promoting economic growth and […]

MSD Prepares for Students’ Return

By Terry Rogers Milford School District will welcome Kindergarteners, sixth graders and ninth graders to school on August 31 while all other students begin school on September 5 this year. The District is busy preparing schools for students to return, preparing class schedules and assigning students to bus routes. So that students have a smooth […]

City Commits to Improve Gateways

By Terry Rogers In December 2016, the City of Milford submitted an application for funding for bicycle and pedestrian improvements that could include bike facilities, crosswalks and traffic calming techniques. The funding, through the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) through DelDOT, would be for pedestrian and bicycle improvements along portions of Northeast and Northwest Front Street […]

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