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Guest Writer Jhas Williams-Wood, Eagle 97.7 While the country seems nearly split in two and all across the world people are at odds, you can almost feel the tension in the air the moment you run into someone in the grocery store. Stepping on toes seems more likely now than ever before,and where social media […]

Tropical Tastes of Fall Planned for October

By Terry Rogers On Saturday, October 14 from 12 to 7, Poncho and Lisa Johnson plan to transform their home in Sunset Cove into a tropical paradise in order to raise money for Take My Hand Ministries, an organization that supports the Milford Police Department Community Assistance Programs. In addition, the event will benefit the […]

Milford Library Opens Teen Center

By Terry Rogers In an effort to provide a location for local teens to gather and socialize, the Milford Public Library has created the Teen Center for youth aged 13 to 18. It is specifically designed to be a safe place for minors while also providing them with educational experiences. “The center was developed with […]

Fairy Tales Collide in Dorothy in Wonderland

By Sydney Gross Second Street Players Children’s Theatre will present Dorothy in Wonderland by Brian D. Taylor on October 6, 7, and 8. The Friday and Saturday shows are at 7 PM and the Sunday show is at 1pm. All performances will be held at the Riverfront Theatre, 2 S Walnut Street in downtown Milford, […]

Delmarva Broadcasting set as Parade Announcers

Staff Report Milford’s parade committee has announced the Official Radio Stations of this year’s annual community parade. “Delmarva Broadcasting family of stations will provide services as Masters of Ceremonies at each of the three reviewing stands. Eagle 97.7, Cool 101.3, and Delaware 105.9 will keep the audience informed as entries march past them,” states Charles […]

Milford’s Part in the War Effort

By Terry Rogers Before World War I was officially declared, the United States attempted to remain neutral. President Woodrow Wilson warned Germany that submarine warfare against American ships would mean war, however. In Milford, people listened to and read news reports, but even the assassination of Austrian Archduke Ferdinand, which many believe was the catalyst […]

Museum Sponsors Abe Lincoln Talk

On Wednesday, September 6, 2017, Milford Museum sponsored a presentation by Dr. Larry Koch, a former teacher, professor, historian and stand-up comic on “Abe Lincoln as Humorist.” Dr. Koch, who studied the writings of Lincoln and those who knew him, said that the man was not as stoic as he appeared in photographs. “Lincoln was […]

Dancing Night Away for Joy

By TJ Millman On September 22, 2016, Melody Booker-Wilkins, Sussex County Director of Economic Development, lost her battle with cancer. In her honor, the Melody Joy Foundation was created to help spread her love of laughter and desire to help others. Now, one year later, people across the state gathered to celebrate her infectious laugh, […]

Record Numbers Attend Oktoberfest

With beautiful weekend weather, St. John’s held their 27th Oktoberfest Friday night and throughout Saturday. The festivities kicked off on Friday evening with a 5K, live music from local favorites The Funsters and the famous international food court. The event continued into Saturday, as families had the opportunity to see traditional German dances, enjoy kid activities and […]

Milford Parade Seeks Volunteers

The Milford Community Parade Committee is seeking the community’s assistance in preparation for the upcoming community parade on Wednesday, October 18, 2017.  The committee is in search of additional volunteers, parade entries and sponsors.  “The event is a tradition families have shared from generation to generation,” said parade Chairperson Charles Gray. “The combination of music […]

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