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Vehicle drives into businesses on Causey Avenue

According to Sergeant Robert Masten of the Milford Police Department, a 75-year old woman pulled from a parking space on Causey Avenue on April 13 around 4:00 PM and struck a vehicle. For an unknown reason, the vehicle, a...

Milford Businessowner concerned about unemployment claims

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Terri Rosetta, co-owner of Milford Diner says she has received at least a dozen unemployment claims for people who have never worked in their restaurant. Last week, Rosetta explained that she received three unemployment claims...

Skip Faust  named number one agent in Delaware for  25th Year.

Coldwell Banker Resort Realty once again receives corporate accolades from Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC with the announcement of their International Awards.  Recognized as one of Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC’s longest franchisee’s, Coldwell Banker Resort Realty first affiliated...

Milford Dairy Queen undergoes facelift

As the new owners of the Milford Dairy Queen located on North Walnut Street, Chris Schatzschneider wants to put Milfordian’s fears at ease. He explained that he and his family had gotten many calls begging them not to tear...

City Council approves conditional use application

Milford City Council approved a conditional uses application that would allow for a new physical fitness building to be constructed in Independence Commons off of Airport Road. The new facility will house JT James Performance which is currently operating...

Milford business owner faces closure, fines from DPH

Dana Saxon, owner of Cardsmart in Milford, received a closure notice from the Department of Public Health recently informing her that she must shut down or face fines of $1,000 per day. The letter was in response to complaints...

Haunted St. Patrick’s Day event canceled in Milford

'No good deed goes unpunished,' wrote Mike Perfetti, owner of Delaware Branding Co.

Well Coffeehouse opens downtown

Bridgette Knoeller, owner of The Well Coffeehouse which recently opened along the Riverwalk in downtown Milford, says she hesitates to say they are a new business. She previously operated Ahh-Rise Café, but always wanted to be in the downtown...

CCGM focused on getting businesses back to 100 percent after pandemic

The Chamber of Commerce of Greater Milford is focused on getting businesses in Milford back up to 100 percent occupancy as quickly as possible as health officials work to get a handle on the COVID-19 pandemic. Although she did...

Coldwell Banker Realty recognizes top 2020 agents

By Kathy Newcomb In a virtual company-wide format, Coldwell Banker Resort Realty held its annual Awards Banquet, celebrating the many accomplishments of 2020. In 2020 an additional 12 agents joined the Rehoboth, Lewes, Milford and Seaford offices. Coldwell Banker Resort...
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Sussex County agrees to reassess property to settle lawsuit

Following New Castle and Kent Counties, Sussex County agreed on April 13 to reassess the value of all real...

Milford, Lincoln Post Offices could relocate

This week, the United States Postal Service announced that it was seeking public input regarding the potential relocation of the Milford Post Office. The...

MHS Drama Club presents A Million Dreams

It’s a dream come true for the members of the Milford High School Drama Club, as they took to the stage to perform their...

Vehicle drives into businesses on Causey Avenue

According to Sergeant Robert Masten of the Milford Police Department, a 75-year old woman pulled from a parking space on Causey Avenue on April...

Long lines started overnight to grab surf tag vouchers Wednesday

Across several Facebook groups,  people posted about long lines and the excitement and disbelief at the surf tag craze.
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