Pinewood Derby Brings Scouts Together

On Saturday, January 17 Pack 116 held their annual Pinewood Derby at St. Johns Church in Milford, DE. In a double elimination racing event, Cub Scouts raced their homemade cars against each other to decide the winner. “It gives Scouts the opportunity to compete against other scouts not only in the same pack, but within […]

We are God’s Temples

Rev. Anthony Giamello Pastor, St. John the Apostle/St. Bernadette St. Paul reminds us that we are God’s temples because the Spirit of God dwells in us. Hence, we have no right to desecrate God’s temple by impurity and injustice. We are expected to cleanse our hearts of pride, hatred, jealousy and all evil thoughts, desires […]

St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl, March 17

by Terry Rogers Downtown Milford, Inc. has set March 17 for their annual St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl. The event, which is in its eighth year in Downtown Milford, raises funds for DMI while providing attendees with a variety of activities. “Sara Pletcher asked me in the spring of 2017 to chair the 2018 Milford […]

Local Families Continue Waterfowl Traditions

In February, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife held one of two special youth waterfowl hunting days to encourage families to introduce the next generation to the sport. For Hank Draper of Milford, these occasions offer him another opportunity to pass down a tradition that he shared with his father throughout his life. He remembers […]

Milford African Americans Helped Form City

by Terry Rogers When discussing Black History Month, much attention is paid to those who fought for civil rights and freedoms for all in the United States. People like Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman and others who forged the way for equal rights earned a special place in history. There are also many other African Americans […]

Black Panther is Cinematic Gold

Guest Writer Jhas Williams-Wood, Eagle 97.7 The whole world is buzzing about the cinematic gold that is Marvel Studios Black Panther movie; and just in time for Black History Month, too. The movie takes you on a whirlwind from start to finish through the fictional land of Wakanda: a technologically advanced, culture rich country that […]

Museum Celebrates Made in Milford

On Thursday, March 8 from 5 to 7pm the Milford Museum will unveil their newest exhibit, Made In Milford. The new feature shares many stories about local businesses and products created during the nineteenth and twentieth century in Milford, DE including WWII wooden sub-chasers and ordnances to the little wooden spoons that were used to […]

Children’s Theatre Celebrates 10 Years

Milford’s Second Street Players will be Celebrating 10 years of Children’s Theater as the organization kicks off this season with The Elves and the Shoemaker by Noah Smith based on the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm.   Director Guy Crawford and his Assistant Directors Lexi Waddy and Seth Wilcox bring this enchanting story to […]

State Fair Announces New Concerts

On Thursday, February 15, The Delaware State Fair announced more of its highly anticipated Delaware Lottery Summer Concert Series Lineup for 2018. The organization continues to fill in the few remaining holes in the 2018 lineup with the announcement of additional nights of entertainment that feature two very popular country artists and a Craft Beer […]

Mrs. Milford Focuses on Early Literacy

   by Terry Rogers   The reigning Mrs. Milford, Jennifer Wilson, says that a friend who was Mrs. Delaware a few years ago encouraged her to enter the pageant world. Despite not seeing herself as a pageant person, Wilson decided to enter the pageant because she thought it would be fun. She won the Mrs. […]

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