Parkowski hired as KEP Director

Kent County Economic Partnership (KEP), a non-profit organization that helps support and expand business interests throughout central Delaware, announced the hiring of Linda Parkowski as the partnership’s Executive Director. Parkowski is known by many in Delaware for her work with the Delaware Economic Development Office, Delaware Tourism and Delaware Division of Small Business. “Linda has […]

Pollen, Bugs Can Seriously Damage Vehicle’s Exterior

by Terry Rogers   Although the harshest season for pollen is almost over, when trees and flowers are in bloom, pollen remains in the air. Unlike the early spring when pollen is clearly visible on your vehicle, especially if you have a dark-colored car, summer pollen is less visible yet can still do damage to […]

Dee Promotes Healthy Lifestyles through Coaching

by Terry Rogers  Teaching for 19 years is an indication of how important it is for Kelly Dee to help others. Her new Health Coaching business, FABYOU, is designed to assist men and women who want to improve their health, lifestyle, as well as their body image. As a certified Health Coach, Kelly knows that […]

Clowser Promoted to Bank Manager

Pamela S. Clowser Promoted to AVP and Branch Manager of 
County Bank’s Georgetown Branch Location
 County Bank is pleased to announce that Pamela S. Clowser has been promoted to assistant vice president and branch manager of their Georgetown branch location. “Pam started with County Bank 14 years ago. We are proud to promote from within […]

Conk Overcomes his Limitations

Jeff Conk is legally blind. But his vision limitations don’t necessarily mean his life options need to be limited as well. Currently, Jeff has one-on-one support from Job Coach Susan Hajek, who goes with him to various job assessments at restaurants, grocery stores, community centers and other sites to find out what kind of work will best […]

Milford Receives $5,000 Grant from Domino’s Pizza

by Terry Rogers     On Monday, June 11, City Manager Eric Norenberg announced that Milford was one of the first recipients of the new “Paving for Pizza” Grant Fund established by Domino’s Pizza. The funds were used to patch 40 potholes throughout the City. “Have you ever hit a pothole and cringed?” Russell Weiner, […]

Mule Run Meats Adds New Products

by Terry Rogers Ken Blessing is excited about the many new products available at Mule Run Meats. The product line has expanded significantly since the market opened in 2016. “We now carry Vandewende Ice Cream in a lot of different flavors,” Mr. Blessing said. “We also have a new hamburger line including a ½ pound […]

Pro Wash Services Focuses on Quality

by Terry Rogers Andy Nitkowski wants his company, Pro Wash Services, to be known for the high-quality work they do. Too often in his professional pressure cleaning career, he has seen the damage that can be caused by someone who does not have the proper training or knowledge when it comes to power washing. “I’ve […]

Response Computer Group Upgrades to Fiber

by Terry Rogers Response Computer Group in the Milford Industrial Park announced recently that they were upgrading to a dedicated Comcast Fiber Optic line. The new line will run directly into their building. Randy Ennis, owner of Response Computer Group said that the upgrade was initiated after the company was contacted by Comcast. “The installation […]

Family is Key to Armstrong’s Success

by Terry Rogers     Richard “RJ” Armstrong Jr., owner of Armstrong Overhead Doors, says that family has been a strong part of the success of the company. He learned his trade at another overhead door company in the area, discovering that trust, responsibility, as well as high-quality, reliable products and services combined with family […]

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