Anchor Church Continues Community Connection

by Terry Rogers  Anchor Church is only a little over two years old but they have already made a strong connection in the Milford area. According to Pastor Paul Bowman, Anchor Church has many young families and they enjoy hosting events that are family-friendly as well as fun. On Friday, August 2, the church held […]

DE Fair Pig Kissin’ Contest Raises Funds

by Terry Rogers Stephen Walter is a proud supporter of the Delaware 4-H Supporter, agreeing two years in a row to participate in the Delaware State Fair Pig Kissin’ contest in order to raise scholarship funds. “The requirements are pretty simple,” Walter said. “They have to raise money and be willing to kiss a piglet […]

MPD to Host Community Night Out

The Milford Police Department’s Community Policing Unit is sponsoring the 25th annual “Milford’s Night Out” celebration in Milford on Tuesday, August 6th. The event will be held at Bicentennial Park in Milford from 6 to 8pm and feature the Indian River Band, formerly Clifford Keith. There will be free food, drinks and emergency vehicles on […]

Museum to Celebrate Woodstock Anniversary

by Terry Rogers  From August 15 to 18, 1969, more than 400,000 people filled the town of Woodstock, NY for a concert that was originally billed as “An Aquarian Exposition:  3 Days of Peace and Music.” The event, which is now just known as “Woodstock,” became a pivotal moment in rock music history and is […]

Book Depicts Milford during 1930s

by Terry Rogers Diane Lane is excited to participate in a signing for her new book “I Loved Her Enough” at Park Place on Friday, August 2 at 6 PM.  “This is based on the true story of my mother’s best friend, Eilleen Wharton Spence,” Lane, who is a realtor and lives in Millsboro, said. […]

The Weekly Review – July 30, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:   DE Fair Pig Kissin’ Contest Raises Funds; Businesses Support Local Homeless Vets; MPD to Host Community Night Out; Museum to Celebrate Woodstock Anniversary; Book Depicts Milford during 1930s; Sidewalk Repairs Program Moves Forward; Student artwork provides fresh perspective;Bayhealth Neurosurgery Highlighted at Event; Cruelty Charges after […]

Businesses Support Local Homeless Vets

by Terry Rogers     Several Milford area businesses have agreed to be drop-off locations for a Pack-A-Purse for Vets campaign. During the months of July and August, families are being asked to pack an old purse that is sitting in their garage, basement or attic with items to help homeless female veterans at the […]

Dear Nostalgia…

Leah Rizzo, Guest Writer Leah Rizzo, middays on Eagle 97.7 It’s 2019 and the world is moving fast. This summer was just a speeding train with three quaint little stops, but I forgot to get off back in June and take my time walking to August. But it isn’t just the dog days that run […]

ILC Dover Celebrates Apollo Moon Landing

by Terry Rogers On Thursday, July 18 ILC Dover celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing with a ceremony that recognized the work done at the company that helped make the landing possible. The spacesuits worn by the astronauts on Apollo 11 were designed and constructed at ILC Dover. “I came to ILC […]

The Weekly Review – July 23, 2019

Read this week’s edition at  Headlines of the week:   ILC Celebrates Apollo Moon Landing; State Fair Kicks of 100th Year; Council Reviews Cost for Police Station; Public Hearings on TDR Credits; Residents Concerned Over Proposed Concrete Plant; Backyard BBQ Secrets from Mule Run Meats; Kid’s Inc. Celebrates over 25 Years; Business Owners Hear from […]

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