Charity

Milford School District holds “Polar Plunge” Event

On Sat., Feb. 6, Milford School District held a Polar Bear Plunge event in the parking lot of Brigg’s Stadium in partnership with Carlisle Fire Company. This year’s Special Olympics fundraising event was revamped due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In...

Freeman Arts Pavilion collaborates with Milford School District

Milford School District partnered with the Freeman Arts Pavilion to provide students with Creative Nourishment art kits. On Friday, January 29, the open-air performing venue located in Fenwick Island, delivered 4,300 kits in an effort to keep the arts...

Former Milford artist creates portraits of COVID victims

Margaret Bayalis, a resident of Milford for more than 40 years, says that when the COVID-19 pandemic began last spring, she and her husband, John, began isolating like many others around the country. Bayalis, who now lives in St....

New Genesis Rock of Love participates in Operation Warm coat giveaway

Through a grant obtained from Operation Warm, a national program that provides winter coats to children in need, New Genesis Rock of Love Ministries received new coats that they are now distributing to children in the Milford area. Pastor...

Once homeless himself, Georgetown’s Jim Martin devotes life to helping the struggling

'There are thousands in Sussex County who are living in their cars right now. The working poor can't buy both a house and a car, so they buy a car.'

WonderFEST light show extends dates through Jan. 2; welcomes ‘Frozen’ friends

Because Santa and Mrs. Claus must return to the North Pole, characters from 'Frozen' will greet guests.

Kind to Kids Event Supports Foster Children

Caroline Jones, President and Founder of Kind to Kids explained that the organization was actually founded by her children, Chris and Catherine, about ten years ago. While the family was attending a sporting event, they noticed a lot of...

Milton Theatre Closes Indefinitely

The Milton Theatre, one of the biggest drivers of foot traffic in downtown Milton, announced that it would close temporarily, although indefinitely, due to the latest restrictions implemented by Governor John Carney to slow the winter outbreak of COVID-19....

Axel Strong Designed to Support MHS Student

For the second time in less than a year, Axel Morris is fighting Stage 4 Mature B-Cell Lymphoma. The Milford High School ninth grader is facing several months of aggressive chemotherapy, much stronger treatments than he faced before. He...

MSD and Milford Church of God Partner on Empty Stocking Project

Five years ago, Milford School District was approached by Milford Church of God pastor Andy Stevens as well as the editor of the Milford Chronicle, Darrel LaPrade, with a vision to create something they called “The Empty Stocking Project.”...
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DSHA Helps People Kiss Their Landlord Goodbye

Homeownership seems like an impossible dream for many people, especially those with low to moderate incomes. Delaware State Housing...

Land exchange approved between City and Library

On Feb. 22, Milford City Council voted to complete a land exchange between the city and the Milford Public Library. This exchange was related...

Milford LIVE Weekly Review – February 23, 2021

Open the Weekly Review PDF Here This Week's Top Headlines Include: Headlines Justin Haggerty named MHS Homecoming King Culture Milford Museum Presents “Then, Now” Exhibit Fr. Johnny at St....

DBCC Young Survivors in Action: Mary Leard

The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition’s Young Survivors in Action program helps younger women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer navigate their diagnosis, treatment,...

Milford police facility architect contract awarded

On Feb. 22, Milford City Council voted to award Becker Morgan with the architectural contract for the new police facility that was approved by...
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