Food Trucks, Aliens and Space Ships, Oh My!

Staff Report The Milford Community Parade was held last night to thousands of families lining Walnut Street in the heart of Milford, Delaware. “We are very grateful for the volunteers, sponsors and the City and all departments that assisted to pull off this truly wonderful parade,” commented the Charles Gray, Chairperson of the Committee. More […]

Music School of DE Celebrates Grand Opening

By Terry Rogers On Monday, October 9, Music School of Delaware’s Milford Branch celebrated the grand opening of their new location at 23 North Walnut Street with a ribbon cutting, tours, a recital and champagne toast. The new location is significantly larger than their previous location at 10 South Walnut Street, giving the school practice […]

Milford Celebrates 2017 Homecoming

Throughout the week Milford Senior High School students celebrated school pride with each day providing students with a way to use their creativity to show school spirit. On Friday, October 14 the annual Homecoming Parade marched through downtown to Briggs Stadium with class and club floats. Students had much to celebrate this year as the […]

Being First Outweighs Being Accurate

Guest Writer Matt Monks, Delaware 105.9 Talk Show Host It was just last week that we lost one of the all-time great rock and roll singer/songwriters of a certain generation when Tom Petty passed away. A stunner to say the least. It came out of left field. But that’s not the point of this story. […]

Church Plans “To the Stars” Event

By Terry Rogers With this year’s Milford Community Parade theme being “To the Stars and Beyond,” the First Presbyterian Church of Milford chose the same theme for their 2nd Friday Event in October. The program is part of a monthly, free, family-oriented event held on the second Friday of each month. The October event is […]

Families Raise Money for Puerto Rico

By Terry Rogers Ruthie Munoz-Basel says that her heart is heavy when she thinks of the disaster in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria devastated the island in late August. Hurricane Maria was the third major hurricane to travel through the Caribbean, after Harvey and Irma, leaving a path of destruction in their wake. Ms. Munoz-Basel’s […]

Ducks Unlimited Seeking New Volunteers

By Terry Rogers According to Ben Vaughn, Delaware Regional Director of Ducks Unlimited, the local chapter of the organization is one of the top 100 chapters in the country. The Central Chapter, which includes Milford, holds two major events each year, including a crab feast that is normally held in August and shooting competitions. Like […]

SSP Presents Rocky Horror Picture Show

By Sydney Gross Second Street Players (SSP) is partnering with the shadow cast Formal Dress Optional as they present the cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show on Friday October 13. The performance will be held at the Riverfront Theatre, 2 S Walnut Street in downtown Milford, DE. Formal Dress Optional is Delaware’s longest running cast […]

Milford Mourns Loss of Cancer Activist

By Terry Rogers On Saturday, September 30, Cynthia Canevari lost her battle with cancer, leaving behind many friends and family members who spoke of her dedication to eliminating the disease forever. Ms. Canevari was the keynote speaker at this year’s Relay for Life event in Milford. In September 2013, Ms. Canevari traveled to Washington D.C. […]

Navy Swimmer Succumbs to Accident Injuries

By Terry Rogers On September 21, 2017, Jason Rodriguez, who graduated from Milford High School in 2008, passed away from injuries he sustained in a motorcycle accident earlier in the month. Mr. Rodriguez was 28 years old and served as a Search and Rescue Swimmer in the United States Navy. At the time of his […]

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