Milford Conversation to focus on Food Bank

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Milford Conversation, an informal group meeting at the First Presbyterian Church in Milford, will present information on the Food Bank of Delaware at their next meeting. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 2 at 8:30 AM. The group tries to limit their meetings to one hour. “Chad Robinson will be presenting information on what the Food Bank of Delaware …

Historic home to get facelift

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At a recent meeting, Milford City Council approved a request from Collins Bowers Investments LLC to add an accessory dwelling unit on property located at 304 Lakeview Avenue. The company was requesting turning an existing garage into a single story apartment. Tanner Bowers, who is renovating the historic home on the property, plans to live in the apartment while he …

SSP Announces Auditions for The Odd Couple

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Second Street Players will hold auditions for its upcoming spring comedy: Neil Simon’s classic, The Odd Couple. Director Marge Ventura has announced open auditions for Second Street Players’ 2023 production of The Odd Couple. Auditions will be held on Monday, February 13 and Wednesday, February 15, 2023, at 6:30 PM at the Riverfront Theater, 2 S Walnut Street, Milford, DE. …

“Share the Love” event to benefit Alyssa Wolfe

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The Milford Elks Lodge will hold a “Share the Love” event on February 11 from 6 PM until 11 PM at the lodge. The event will include a dance, silent auction, 50/50 raffle as well as a cash bar with music provided by Nite Train. “Alyssa has cerebral palsy and, around September of 2022, was losing strength in one of …

Ladybug Music Festival Milford 2019

Popular Milford events returning for 2023

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With the pandemic finally in the rearview mirror, many people are looking forward to events for the upcoming year, many of which have had to be cancelled or scaled down since 2020. Several organizations are looking forward to bringing back some of the events that have looked different over the past few years or have been missing completely. “We are …

Free Bikes 4 Kidz volunteer event a huge success

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A suite in the Blue Hen Corporate Center was filled with boxes of unassembled bicycles and volunteers on Monday, January 16 as Bayhealth held the first Free Bikes 4 Kidz (FB4K) event in Delaware. The event was the vision of Dr. Tom Vaughan a retired radiologist at Bayhealth who has taken the role of Chief Wellness Officer for the organization. …

KSI Receives Two New Vehicles from DTC for Transportation Program

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KSI received two new vehicles from the Delaware Transit Corp (DTC) to support its transportation program. Both vehicles are propane, 16 passenger wheelchair lift equipped and will add great value to KSI’s ability to provide community based opportunities to the individuals receiving services. The goal of the FTA 5310 Program is to encourage and assist in the provision of needed …

Photo from West Side Grows Together MLK cleanup from last year.

8 ways to mark MLK Day in the First State

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day is Monday, and Delawareans have numerous ways to commemorate his legacy. Many will look for ways to give back to the community on their day off, a now-traditional way to honor the Civil Rights activist.  Lucky for them, the weather will favor them this weekend with clear skis and highs between 40 and 50, with …

DMI seeking volunteers for committees

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Downtown Milford Inc. has a goal to vitalize the downtown area in order to create a destination not only for those who live locally but also to entice others to come discover what downtown has to offer. Executive Director Janne Collins explained that the organization uses committees to achieve those goals, all of which are in search of volunteers. “We …

Milford Library holds first comicon

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Milford Public Library h3le their first comicon on Thursday, January 12. The all-day event, dubbed “741.5 Con” after the section of the Dewey Decimal system categorization of comic books held events for people of all edges, although most of the day was geared toward young children. “We had quite a few children come out today to participate” Carolyn Tabor, Program …