The Weekly Review – July 16, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:   Officers Go Beyond Call of Duty; Hearthstone Manor Residents Concerned About Balcony Issues; 3rd Thursday in Downtown; Schanne Insurance Welcomes Medicare Expert; Hunger Relief Day at Fair, July 22; Beating the Summer Heat Before Air Conditioning; Ribbon cutting celebrates Fort Miles; National FFA Awards Local […]

Hearthstone Residents Concerned About Balcony Issues

by Terry Rogers   In February 2019, condominium and villa owners in Hearthstone Manor were notified that balconies in as many as 97 units were unsafe for residents to use. An email sent to owners revealed that the issues existed in 20 of 22 3-story buildings. The email explained that an inspector was able to […]

Food is Medicine. Believe it.

Guest Writer Dan Gaffney Delaware 105.9 FM I don’t know if it’s proper to say “I had a heart attack” or not. In March of this year when I hit the Bayhealth ER the medical staff used the term, “cardiac event”. After a cardiac catheterization and the installation of one stent I felt better than […]

Beating the Summer Heat Before Air Conditioning

by Terry Rogers     The hot days of summer have arrived in Milford and many people have closed up their homes, cranked up the air conditioner and remained indoors during the oppressive heat. However, it was not that long ago that the residents of Milford didn’t have air conditioning, requiring them to find other […]

State Fair will Celebrate 100 Years

This year the Delaware State Fair is celebrating 100 years as the premier summer tradition for local families on Delmarva and visitors to Delaware. With ten days full of entertainment and excitement, the State Fair will open its gates on Thursday, July 18 and run through Saturday, July 27. The streets of the Harrington Raceway […]

Levitsky-Orkin Visits Normandy on D-Day

by Terry Rogers Being 99 years old did not slow Ellan Levitsky-Orkin down on her recent trip to Normandy to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Allied invasion. Lavitsky-Orkin travelled to France for the first time without her sister, Dorothy Levitsky-Sinner, who passed away in 2015. The sisters joined the war effort together with the […]

Downtown Music Series Drives Crowds

The popular Music in the Park program has returned this summer at the Milford Public Library. Over the past few summers, the concerts in downtown Milford have been well received by residents and visitors. During the first night of this year’s series over 300 people attended. “Music in the Park is very special to me,” […]

FSDA Students Awarded Scholarships

by Terry Rogers Ten students at First State Dance Academy recently learned that they were recipients of several scholarships, valued in the thousands. Students received scholarships for summer camps at prestigious dance schools as well as awards for competition performances. “Competitions give dancers the opportunity to present their individual talents,” Michele Xiques, Director at First […]

The Weekly Review – July 9, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:  Camp New Hope Helps Children Grieve; State Fair will Celebrate 100 Years; Levitsky-Orkin Visits Normady on D-Day; Locals Celebrate 4th of July; Downtown Music Series Drives Crowds; Council Approves Rehoboth Blvd Development; Locals Hit Firefly Music Fest ; FSDA Students Awarded Scholarships; Safely skipping into summer; […]

Camp New Hope Helps Children Grieve

by Terry Rogers Often called the forgotten mourners, children grieve much differently than adults, Liz Scheer of Delaware Hospice explained. Often the adults in the lives of a child are dealing with their own grief which can make it even more difficult for children who have suffered a loss. In an effort to address these […]

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