New Year Resolutions

Guest Writer, Petch, Eagle 977 On January 1st, millions of people around the World have the same idea, Making that fresh start with a New Year’s resolution. But sadly (ME INCLUDED) they don’t end up keeping them, online research says only about 8% of people achieve and stick to their new year’s resolutions, Which is […]

Walking in a Winter Wonderland

On Saturday, January 12 and into Sunday, January 13 Delaware saw its first snowfall of 2019. As State and local work crews cleared roads, local families enjoyed the weather by building snowmen, making snow angels, sledding and catching snowflakes. MilfordLIVE fans sent in photos to show how they enjoyed the wintery weather.      Sign […]

Santa Claus headed North after successful season

Downtown Milford Inc. Christmas is in the rear view and Santa has returned to the North Pole leaving many children with big smiles and happy memories. Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) wants to thank the 1,220 children, the 1,380 adults, 20 dogs and, yes, two bunnies who visited Santa this season. Santa was assisted by over […]

Local Mom Makes Difference with Homeless

By Taylor Shunk You don’t often hear of a mother with six kids having time to help others but Nikki Gonzalez is no ordinary mom. For the last 5 years, Gonzalez has been the executive director of Code Purple Sussex County which provides emergency nighttime shelters for the homeless. Gonzalez originally began volunteering with sex […]

Christ reveals himself to repentant sinners

Rev. Anthony Giamello Pastor, St. John the Apostle/St. Bernadette The Christmas season, celebrating the Self-revelation of God through Jesus, comes to an end with the feast of the Baptism of Our Lord. Christmas is the feast of God’s Self-revelation to the Jews, and Epiphany celebrates God’s Self-revelation to the Gentiles. At his Baptism in the […]

Movie Theater Opening Planned for Late 2019

by Terry Rogers  Arthur Helmick, who owns two movie theaters in northern Delaware, says that he plans to open a new movie theater in Milford by the end of 2019. The new theater, which will be housed in the old Walmart/Sitel building next to Food Lion, will have nine screens with one large-format screen. “This […]

It’s ‘The Thought That Counts’

Guest Writer Steve Monz, Afternoons on Cool 101.3 Let me explain. It’s the holiday season and every year we all stress over making sure that we have that perfect gift for everyone on our list. And back up gifts in case we get hit with a surprise gift from someone we know, but didn’t know […]

Airforce Toy Drive Benefits Local Children

Brandon Fossett, a cyber security tech at Dover Airforce Base, always had a volunteer mindset. “I usually work with Habitat for Humanity but Toys for Tots was brought up around my squadron,” said Fossett. “Then my co-worker Jason Smith gave me the extra push to do it.” Smith reached out to local stores for toy […]

Origins of Christmas Traditions

By Terry Rogers During the holiday season, stores are filled with evidence of the many traditions that people follow between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. Candy canes, wreaths, tinsel and twinkling lights bring thoughts of the holidays throughout the year, but few are aware of how some of those traditional holiday items became such mainstays […]

Keeping Meaning in the Christmas Season

by Terry Rogers Christmas is a week away and many families are busy with all the preparations for the big day. With all the parties to attend, cookies to bake and presents to wrap, it is easy to forget that there is a reason for the Christmas season. Judy Purcell, Education Director for St. John […]

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