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Eco Chic Approaching First Year Downtown

Teri Carter, owner of Eco Chic Boutique, is approaching her one-year anniversary on South Walnut Street in downtown Milford. Teri, a mother of five, is a former Nurse from Milford Memorial Hospital. After having her second child she decided...

Tastes of Milford

  Last Thursday evening the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford held their annual holiday auction and Tastes of Milford event at the Schawnee Country Club.   This fundraiser raises money to benefit the Milford Senior Center and the Chamber of...

The Ladybug Shop – A Click and Mortar Approach to Business

Dan Bond and his wife Rhoda hope that the belief of lady bugs bringing good luck is more than just an old wives tale.  The Lady Bug Shop, located on N.W. Front Street, was conceived in 2003 as a...

Sunnybrae Mansion – Restored and Open for Business

The name sunnybrae derives from the Scottish word meaning sunny slope.  The mansion was built by Edward “Monk” Davis in 1937 and fashioned to demonstrate to the “Southerners” in Kent and Sussex County how the “Northerners” in New Castle...

Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care Opens in Milford

Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care officially opened its new location in Milford.  Seasons Hospice will have a team of local nurses that specializes in end of life care.  Marcia Norman, founder, accredited the new location in Sussex County to...

Delmarva Board Sports Paddles Into Town

Delmarva Board Sports Adventures is a Milford based business that sells and rents equipment and offers lessons for stand up paddle boarding and windsurfing.  George and Janis Markopoulos, founders and owners of Delmarva Board Sports, are using their internet...

Fighting Hunger in Our Community – Food Bank of Delaware

It can be assumed that the Food Bank of Delaware gets a little busier around the holidays each year but recently there has been an increase in the demand for food services that is not associated with a certain...

Milford Parks and Recreation is Committed to Creating Healthy Lifestyles

For 34 years Milford Parks and Recreation has been dedicated to improving the quality of life within our community by creating recreational opportunities.  Mostly known for focusing on youth recreation the Milford Parks and Recreation Department has also been...

The No Energy Bill Home

 Brett Reilly, like many Americans, was tired of paying high energy bills every month just to keep the lights on and the house warm.  That is why he and his team at TAPA Homes came up with the “No...

KSI Continues the Tradition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month

  October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). Started by President Harry S. Truman and becoming law in 1945 this month is aimed at promoting the advancement of individuals with disabilities.  On October 1, 2010 President Obama, with a...
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MHS Drama Club goes virtual

The show must go on(line)! Despite the Covid-19 pandemic and students learning remotely, the Milford High School Drama Club...

Weekly COVID update: Average up for new cases, hospitalizations

The Delaware Division of Public Health said that as of Thursday, 38,398 Delawareans have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

Here’s how to find a Delaware pop-up testing site the week of Dec. 6

State officials are worried that high numbers of positive cases now will mean huge numbers of hospitalizations in a couple of weeks.

Is our time uniquely polarizing or are we uniquely American?

One thought about modern politics is that we're more divided than we have been in decades; another says we just don’t love talking politics all the time.

Homebrew contest winner will see his recipe made by Thompson Island

Follmer’s winning IPA has notes of peach, guava and grapefruit: 'This surprisingly full-bodied beer was balanced with fruit-forward hop notes.'
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