Downtown Pub Crawl, Concert Postponed

Released from Downtown Milford, Inc. For the last 10 years, Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) has enjoyed hosting Southern Delaware’s unique and fun St. Patrick’s events.  We were very much looking forward to celebrating the big 1-0 with our community on Saturday night, but given the growing concerns around COVID-19, the DMI Board made the difficult […]

Ava’s Angels Raising Funds for Autism

by Terry Rogers  Until her daughter, Ava, was diagnosed with autism at the age of three, Kelly Voshell said she had no idea what it was. For that reason, she feels it is critical to education people about autism and to encourage inclusion. “We started Ava’s Angels, a group of family and friends who treasure […]

SSP Announces Auditions for Oliver!

Directors Steven Haber and Melissa Brenner are looking for performers from age 8 and up for a variety of roles in this musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist. In Oliver!, nine-year-old Oliver Twist falls in with a group of street-urchin pickpockets led by Fagin and his troupe of trained pickpockets, including the Artful Dodger. Oliver […]

Farm Bureau Stocks McDonald Family Room

The Women’s Committee of the Delaware Farm Bureau went on a shopping spree in February in honor of Food Checkout Week which seeks to celebrate America’s food supply as provided by farmers and ranchers. The shopping spree benefits the Ronald McDonald House Family Room at Bayhealth Kent General Hospital in Dover, helping to provide snacks, […]

The Weekly Review – March 10, 2020

Read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/March%2010.pdf Headlines of the week:   First Lady Celebrates School Breakfast at Banneker; Ava’s Angels Raising Funds for Autism; MSD to Host Regional Odyssey of Mind; Milton’s Parade Kicks off St. Pattys Day; Interventional Neurology Launches at Sussex Campus; Six Candidates Compete for Council; Some DE Businesses May be Overpaying for […]

Milton’s Parade Kicks off St. Pattys Day

On Sunday, March 9 the town of Milton was home to the annual St. Patrick’s Day in downtown. The event began in 2008 when local restaurant Irish Eyes was searching for a way to be more involved in the community. The Milton St. Patrick’s Day Parade was born from “this desire to give back to […]

Milford Artist Selected as National Exhibitor

By Trish Gerken, DMI Executive Director Marcia Reed is an artist, instructor, business owner, and Milford resident. Owner of Gallery 37 at 8 South Walnut Street, you can find Reed downtown supporting all local events, volunteering, making art, and showing off her two cats. Reed will be a featured artist in the Herter Art Gallery […]

The Weekly Review – March 3, 2020

Read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/March%203-2.pdf Headlines of the week:  City Seeks $18.5M Referendum for Police Station;Bayhealth Family Residency Earns Accreditation; Milford Marina to see New Development; Milford Artist Selected as National Exhibitor; Local Kindergarten Registration Begins; City Gives Riverwalk Fest $25K Annually; The Magic of Medical Marriages; Consumers Protected by Weights & Measures inspectors; […]

Community Supports Family of House Fire

by Terry Rogers Earlier this month, the home of Zeb and Jessie Howard was severely damaged by fire. According to a GoFundMe arranged by their friend, Brittany Spicer, who was there when the fire began, the left side of the home was damaged severely but everything else in the house suffered heavy soot and water […]

Skilled Trade Scholarships from Elks

Are your kids undecided about their future? Not planning to go to a four year college? Are they maybe interested in picking up a trade? How about becoming a chef. licensed practical nurse, mechanic, plumber, electrician, beautician or learning some other technical career? The Elks may be able to help fund his or her education. […]

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