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American Police Hall of Fame and Museum honors MPD Sr. Corporal Timothy Webb

Terry Rogers Headlines, Police & Fire

American Police Hall of Fame and Museum honors MPD Sr. Corporal Timothy Webb with Law Enforcement Purple Heart City of Milford Police Chief Kenneth Brown on behalf of the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum will present Senior Corporal Timothy “TJ” Webb with the Law Enforcement Purple Heart Award on Monday, Sept. 27 during the City Council meeting at …

Milford School District approves voluntary COVID rapid testing option

Terry Rogers Headlines, Schools

Milford School District voted Monday, September 20 to approve the use of COVID rapid testing for students and staff. The testing is free, and parents would be required to give consent for their child to be tested. Children whose parents signed them up for the program would be tested weekly or bi-weekly in an effort to identify asymptomatic students. “Should …

DBCC to host Aunt Mary Pat’s “Talk of the Township”

Terry Rogers Culture

Aunt Mary Pat will entertain on October 7 at The Queen in Wilmington On October 7, Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition will hold a benefit from 7 to 8 PM at The Queen in Wilmington, presenting Aunt Mary Pat and her “Talk of the Town” show. The show is a live comedy act filled with laughter and fun. “The show is …

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Cross Country Solid at Middletown Invitational

Terry Rogers Sports

By Kevin Eickman From left to right: Jonja Willey, Faith Mitchell, Taylor Humes and Eric Perry One of the more underappreciated sports during the fall season is that of cross country. With the season just getting underway, this year’s Buccaneer team is hoping to build off a winning season from last year, when both the boys and girls teams finished …

Riverwalk “Freedom” Festival 20th Anniversary a huge success

Terry Rogers Culture, Headlines

On Saturday, September 18, the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford sponsored the 20th anniversary of the Riverwalk “Freedom” Festival. After cancellation last year due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, Chairperson Angela Dorey wanted this to be the very special and she was not disappointed. “I think the event was the best ever,” Dorey said. “It was so very special …

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Council declares Ward Three vacancy

Terry Rogers Headlines

Doug Morrow resigned from City Council effective September 10 as he and his wife have moved to Wilmington, making him ineligible to serve. A special election will be scheduled later this year. Milford City Council voted unanimously to declare a vacancy for the Ward Three seat held by Councilman Doug Morrow. On September 10, Councilman Morrow resigned his seat as …

Milford staff shortages affecting trash collection

Terry Rogers Government & Politics, Headlines

At their regular meeting, Milford City Council heard from Mike Svaby, Public Works Director, who explained how it is becoming increasingly difficult for the city to manage the over 6,000 trash, recycling and yard waste pickups they make per week. Some of the issues are related to staffing shortages which Svaby stated have existed for the entire year he has …