Delaware State Fair to Open July 20

By Terry Rogers On July 20, the Delaware State Fair kicks off in Harrington, marking the 98th year the fair has been in operation. The fair has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 1919. The idea to create a fair in downstate Delaware started with a group of Harrington residents who were […]

TSgt Darlin’s Return Surprises Son

On Sunday, July 16 TSgt Jennifer Darlin returned home to Milford after her six month deployment in Qatar. It was at the eleven o’clock service at Calvary United Methodist Church that the Darlin family and congregation surprised Darlin’s son Colton during the Children’s Sermon. Pastor Dr. Paul Isaacs explained the day’s sermon to a group of […]

SSP Announces 2018 Theatre Season

The Second Street Players (SSP) of Milford Delaware have announced their 2018 season. The organization will be taking all serious inquiries for Directors up to September 24. Anyone interested in directing any of the five Main Stage Shows or three Children’s Theater shows should submit a letter of interest to Joshua Gross at jgross@atlanticrhc.com The […]

Adventure Local:
 Outdoor Cool

By Jenn Rowan Greetings Fellow Adventurers, Together we have reached that midpoint of summer. July 4th is over, the next holiday weekend seems eons away, and before us stretches weeks of heat. It’s pretty tempting to become one with the couch and endless TV series. In fact, those summer TV/movie marathons are prime family identity […]

Mr. Moribund’s Summer Screamer Returns

By Terry Rogers On July 15, The Second Street Players performed their special summer edition of the Theatre of Terror, a live stage show in the style of classic horror host TV shows like Elvira, Svengoolie and Dr. Shock. A classic horror movie from the 50s or 60s is introduced by a cast of characters. […]

Nash’s Veggies Continues to Grow

On Saturday mornings at the Riverwalk Farmers Market in Downtown Milford, local farmers can be found selling their harvest as they talk with families about their season ahead. Nash’s Veggies, which has been in existence since 2014, has been a hit downtown as the call to buy food from more small, sustainable farms has continued […]

New Director Begins at Music School of DE

Staff Report The Music School of Delaware is pleased to announce Amos Fayette as the new director for The Music School of Delaware’s Milford Branch. The community is invited to meet Amos at our hard hat tour party on August 15th and celebrate the development of our new branch location in downtown Milford (23 N. […]

Pets Help Brighten Up Life

If you listen often enough to Petch and Jhas on Eagle 97.7, then it is no secret to you that I have a rather mild, or intense, obsession with dogs. That is why since moving to Milford, adopting my own was important. While Milford is a wonderful town, it is no surprise to anyone that […]

Fourth of July Photo Gallery 2017

Local families enjoyed celebrating Independence Day as they took to the beach, the grill and the backyard to share the tradition of our nation’s birthday. SHARE your 4th of July photos with Milford LIVE on our Facebook page or by emailing Bryan at bryan@milfordlive.com.  

Causey Mansion Splits Hives Downtown

Since being purchased by new owners Joe Phillips and Jan Broulik in 2014, the Causey Mansion Bed & Breakfast has undergone several significant changes. Every inch of the grounds has been groomed as the owners welcome guests to experience a peaceful stay where nature plays a role in the relaxation. In love with the flowers […]

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