Broadkill Store Under New Ownership

by Terry Rogers     When the owner of the Broadkill Store decided it was time to spend more time with her grandchildren, she approached Missey Mulveny who had worked at the store as a teenager to see if there was any interest in purchasing the only business located in the tiny beach town. Mulveny […]

Dolce to Open Second Milford Location

Dolce Bakery and Coffee Shop owners Dean and Stephenie Tatman announced the opening of a Dolce Coffee Bar in the lobby of the new 10th Street Medical facility next to the Milford Grotto’s. “We are excited and humbled for the opportunity to serve the community in this capacity. The circumstances that led us here and […]

New Mediterranean Café to Open Downtown

by Terry Rogers Nancy Chirdon Forster is well-known in Milford for her culinary ability. Forster operated Nancy’s Café for many years before opening her cooking school in the location where My Sister’s Fault is currently located. When Petite Sweets announced that they were closing, Sheridan says friends from Milford contacted her immediately about the available […]

Fisher Retires After 57 Years

by Terry Rogers     On Wednesday, January 30, friends and family gathered at the Houston Fire Company to celebrate the retirement of Phyllis Fisher who spent the past 57 years as a beautician in Milford. Former Senator Gary Simpson read and presented Fisher with a proclamation from the State of Delaware, commending her for […]

Jennifer Wiley Marshall Street Project Underway

by Terry Rogers     On January 15, 2019, Beracah Homes set two new houses on two vacant lots on Marshall Street. One was placed on a lot where a home had been demolished in late 2018 while the other was set on a vacant lot next to a home owned by the late Jennifer […]

Del-One Awards Connections Employer of the Month

Connections CSP was chosen as a recent Select Employer Group (SEG) of the Month by Del-One’s Business Development department. Connections CSP is a “multifaceted nonprofit organization that assists people with psychiatric and intellectual disabilities, as well as those with substance use disorders, homeless veterans and their families, families in crisis, and men and women who […]

Think Outside the Roses for Valentine’s Day

by Terry Rogers      With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, gifts for your loved one are probably on your mind. According to Bruce Fisher, owner of Plant, Flower and Garden, red roses continue to be the most popular item ordered by customers to send to their beloved but more people are “going off […]

Del-One promotes Financial Literacy

Del-One has supported Project Search since 2014 with financial literacy presentations. Project Search is a school-to-work program for young adults with cognitive disabilities designed to ease the transition from school to adult life. In November, Del-One’s Georgetown Branch Manager, Veronica Nhan-Nock attended a parent orientation meeting for Project Search Nanticoke. Terri Hitchens, a parent whose […]

Del-One at Caesar Rodney High School

Caesar Rodney High School student tellers receive real life work experience at the Del-One Federal Credit Union branch located within the cafeteria of the school. Both students and teachers can take advantage of the benefits of Del-One FCU by visiting the student branch during lunch hours, and the student tellers learn skills that can assist […]

Keeping Your New Computer Healthy

by Terry Rogers If you found a new electronic device under your tree this year, whether it was a new smartphone, tablet or laptop, you want to keep your machine as healthy as possible. Bryan Eshelman and Pat Coulter of Response Computer Group offered several tips for keeping your computer or phone operating at peak […]

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