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Gelley Talks About Clark Ave Project

By Terry Rogers Meir Gelley, the CEO of Nationwide Health Systems, the company that is in the process of purchasing the Bayhealth Clarke Avenue campus, says he told his father that he wanted to attend rabbinical school in New Jersey. He was 22 years old and he knew that America was a place to live […]

Family Praises Carlisle Fire Company

By Terry Rogers When Linda Elzey’s decided to go home  to sleep on June 11, she thought it would be a normal night.  At around 10 PM, her husband Butch said he got a call that changed the couple’s lives. “Linda called me, hysterical, saying the house as on fire,” Mr. Elzey said. “I told […]

City Council Discusses Rental License Late Fees

By Terry Rogers On Monday, June 12, 2017, Milford City Council discussed recent late fees issued to rental property owners who had not renewed their license by January 31, 2017. City Planner Rob Pierce said that the past due rental license fees were discovered as the Planning Department worked to establish a better tracking system […]

Mock Drill Helps Prepare First Responders

On Saturday, June 10, Memorial Fire Company in Slaughter Beach sponsored a mock school bus accident drill in order to train their members on what to do should a serious accident occur in this area. Chief Terry Jester said that the drill was a huge success, providing not only their fire company with valuable training, […]

Relay for Life Celebrates 20 Years

By Terry Rogers At 6 PM on Friday, June 16, Milford’s Relay for Life kicked off in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the event. After the welcoming ceremonies, Cindy Canevari, a cancer survivor, spoke to the large crowd who were there to support loved ones who were battling cancer as well as those who […]

St. John the Apostle Builds New Rectory

In March 2017, St. John the Apostle, located on School Place in Milford, broke ground for a new rectory next to the church. The new rectory will house the pastor and associate pastor at the church with a third suite for visiting seminarians. “The original rectory on the property did not meet Diocesan guidelines,” Father […]

Mispillion Harbor Restoration Nears Completion

By Terry Rogers A project designed to build habitats for horseshoe crabs and red knots at the Mispillion Harbor is nearing completion and Jeremy Ashe, Habitat Restoration Project Manager, discusses the project in a video released on YouTube in May 2017. “The main reason for doing the project is because the Mispillion Harbor is important […]

Museum Sponsors Civil Air Patrol Presentation

By Terry Rogers On Wednesday, June 7, Milford Museum sponsored a presentation by Everett Bennett about the Civil Air Patrol and their service during World War II. Mr. Bennett served in the Civil Air Patrol as a Mission Pilot, Observer, Scanner as well as a Flight Instructor and Check Pilot. He created a display about […]

DE Storage Offers Classic Car and Motorcycle Storage

When people think of storage units, they often think of storing household goods that no longer fit in their home or keeping items safe during a move. However, many customers at DE Storage in Milford, DE are finding the units perfect for storing their classic cars and motorcycles. “We offer a choice of parking spaces […]

Milford Passes Balanced Budget, No Tax Increase

By Terry Rogers On Monday, June 12, 2017, Milford City Council passed a balanced city budget with no tax increases. The passage of the budget followed two hearings held on June 5 and 6 where city agencies and charitable organizations in the City were able to present their requests for additional funding. “I am pleased […]

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