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DE Career, Tech Educ in Washington

The Delaware Association of AgriScience Educators recently sent teachers Jay Davis (Smyrna High School) and Chris Stahl (Milford High School) to the 2019 National Policy Seminar, sponsored by the Association for Career & Technical Education in Arlington, Virginia March 24-27, 2019. The event was designed for education professionals to gain insight on new educational law […]

Bayhealth Receives Excellence in Spiritual Care Award

Bayhealth Pastoral Care has received the HealthCare Chaplaincy Network’s “Excellence in Spiritual Care” Award for the second time, after previously receiving the award in 2016. The national award signifies Bayhealth’s commitment to addressing the spiritual and religious needs of our patients through best practices in spiritual care. The HealthCare Chaplaincy Network™ is a nonprofit organization […]

License Plates Honors Military Veterans

U.S. military veterans who own a motor vehicle have a new option for celebrating their service to the nation. Until now, all of Delaware’s military-themed license plates focused on specific honors, operations, or wars. To address that shortcoming, State Rep. Charles Postles, R-Milford North, successfully authored legislation last year creating a new specialty plate for […]

Fleishman First Solo Show in DE

Kitsch in Synch is Michael Fleishman’s first solo show in Delaware and represents an entire new medium for the Milford artist, cardboard. On display from February 19 to March 19 at the Mispillion Art League, the colorful show was inspired by the 300 boxes it took to move Fleishman and his wife from Ohio to […]

Santa Claus headed North after successful season

Downtown Milford Inc. Christmas is in the rear view and Santa has returned to the North Pole leaving many children with big smiles and happy memories. Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) wants to thank the 1,220 children, the 1,380 adults, 20 dogs and, yes, two bunnies who visited Santa this season. Santa was assisted by over […]

Closure of Milford’s US 113 Northbound Overpass

The Department of Transportation’s (DelDOT) contractor George & Lynch Inc. will be closing the US 113 Northbound Overpass in Milford between Frontage Road and Route 1 northbound to repair the bridge deck. The closure of the Overpass will begin at 12:01 AM until 4:00 PM on Monday, January 21, 2019. At all times, all businesses […]

DNREC Promotes January Deer Hunting

DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife is promoting the January opening of additional Delaware deer hunting seasons, which extend opportunities for hunters to harvest deer during the 2018/19 hunting season. The following deer hunting seasons open in January: · Handgun Deer*: Jan. 5 – 12, except for Sunday, Jan. 6 · Shotgun Deer*: Jan. 19 […]

Child Care Signs Lease at Wellness Village

To help fill the shortage of high quality day care in Milford, Kidz, Ink Academy of Early Academics has signed an agreement to locate a center at the Milford Wellness Village, beginning next summer. Kidz, Ink becomes the first business to announce plans to join the Nationwide Health Care skilled nursing center at the site, […]

Gaglione Commits for Lacrosse and Football

  By TJ Millman Milford senior Jonathan Gaglione has committed to play lacrosse and football for Capital University. Gaglione has been first team all-conference in his last two seasons of lacrosse and was just named second team all-conference as a kicker for the football team. Gaglione has been playing lacrosse for a majority of his […]

History of Milford Memorial: Progression of Doctors’ Roles

When he opened his medical practice in Harrington in 1967, Bayhealth Primary Care Physician Vincent Lobo, DO, DACFD, worked 10–12 hours per day, six days per week, and saw roughly 45–50 patients per day. Afterward, he would take care of any house calls (an average of two per week), provide coverage for three area nursing […]

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