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DE Hospice Plans Memorial 5K Run

by Terry Rogers On June 26, Delaware Hospice will hold the 11th Annual Memorial Walk and 5k Run at the Delaware Hospice Center, located at 100 Patriots Way in Milford. The event will include vendors, food and beer tastings from Mispillion River Brewing. “Many of our families view the Delaware Hospice Center as a place […]

Morgan’s Place Holds Ribbon Cutting

 by Terry Rogers    On Friday, June 7, a ribbon cutting was held for Morgan’s Place, one of three projects underway through Philadelphia Arms Town Homes in Ellendale. Founded by Dr. Bishop Major Foster, Morgan’s Place is an emergency shelter and transition shelter that will be used as part of the four phases of Dr. […]

Library Plans Summer Reading Program

by Terry Rogers The Summer Reading Program at the Milford Public Library kicked off on Friday, June 14 and will run through August 10, offering children of all ages many activities, events and programs designed to encourage reading over the summer months. On Wednesday, June 19, the library will offer the Turtle Dance Music & […]

Free Summer Lunches Offered to Children

by Terry Rogers In Delaware, over 34,000 children suffer from hunger. During the school year, these children are able to eat breakfast and lunch for free in Milford School District as well as other districts. However, during the summer months, many of them go hungry on a daily basis as their parents are unable to […]

Milford Artist Named Cottage Tour Artist

by Terry Rogers     Rosemary Connelly says she was honored to be chosen as the Cottage Tour Artist for the 2019 Rehoboth Art League Cottage Tour of Art which will be held on July 9 and 10. In years past, artists applied and competed for the honor. “I applied before and was not chosen,” […]

Mule Run Meats Offers Full Meals

by Terry Rogers What began as a nagging feeling in the back of Kenny Blessing’s mind over the past few years has grown into Mule Run Meats, where shoppers can now purchase almost everything for a meal in one location. Initially, Kenny and his wife Sherry opened the store to sell their farm-raised beef and […]

MHS Bass Club Heads to Nationals

by Terry Rogers     On May 4, Jake Muir and Ethan Stubbs won second place in a state High School Championship Bass Fishing Tournament. The tournament was held on the Nanticoke River with Stubbs and Muir competing against high schools throughout the state. They will now represent Delaware at the BASS High School National […]

City Continues Budget Discussions

by Terry Rogers On Monday, June 10, Milford City Council discussed a $45 million budget for FY 2019-20. The budget was presented by staff during two nights of hearings held June 3 and 4. During those hearings, a balanced budget was presented to members of Council but discussions led to several changes and modifications. “As […]

Valvoline Celebrates Grand Opening

by Terry Rogers The first weekend in June, Valvoline Instant Oil Change celebrated the Grand Opening of their new Milford location. The service center offers instant oil changes and other preventative maintenance services. “There is no appointment necessary,” William Cropper, Service Center Manager, said. “Customers just pull into our drive-thru bay and wait in the […]

Explanation of Confession in the Catholic Church

by Terry Rogers  One of the tenets of the Catholic religion is confession, also known as reconciliation. According to Father Anthony Giamello of St. John the Apostle Catholic Church, confession is based on Psalm 32 which states “happy is the man whose offense is forgiven, whose sin is remitted.” “The Psalmist goes on to tell […]

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