Be who God meant you to be

Rev. Anthony Giamello Pastor, St. John the Apostle/St. Bernadette One thing that strikes you first about the Saints is their diversity. It would be very difficult to find one pattern of holiness, one way of following Christ. There is Thomas Aquinas, the towering intellectual, and John Vianney (the Curé d’Ars), who barely made it through […]

Holiday Movies

Guest Writer, Petch, Eagle 977 If you read this column most week’s you may have seen me in the past share my passion for movies and it’s time for me to share again.The first I am excited to see this week is the Queen movie, Bohemian Rhapsody. This movie looks like an awesome high energy […]

TAP Project Hopes to End Homelessness

by Terry Rogers     TAP FAITH Partnerships, a non-denominational, non-profit organization working with homeless, re-entry individuals, recovering addicts and those in need has launched their “Community Project” The goal of the project is to create emergency, transitional housing, outreach and ministerial services for those who are in need. “The project has undergone a metamorphosis […]

DNS Harvest Moon Festival Kicks Off Fall Events

by Terry Rogers     On Saturday, October 6, Delaware Nature Society kicked off fall with the Harvest Moon Festival at the Coverdale Farm Preserve in Greenville. The event featured several live bands, hayrides, pumpkin carving, artisan demonstrations and a beer garden. There was also a corn maze live animal photo booth and International Turtle […]

Johnson Advocates for Military Caregivers

by Terry Rogers    Colleen Johnson would rather there not be a need for an organization like the Elizabeth Dole Foundation or for military caregivers because that would mean American warriors were not sustaining wounds, injuries and illnesses that required such a need. As a Dole Caregiver Fellow, Johnson strengthens and empowers military caregivers and […]

Selfish Ambition versus Self-sacrifice

Rev. Anthony Giamello Pastor, St. John the Apostle/St. Bernadette Perhaps you have heard of the ancient Greek legend of Narcissus. He was supposedly the son of a river god. A seer had told his mother that her son must never see his reflection if he were to mature into manhood. For that reason, everything that […]

Community Parade Continues Proud Tradition

On Wednesday, one of the most anticipated fall events stepped off in Milford when the Milford Community Parade took down Walnut Street. The parade marched along Walnut Street, starting at the former Milford Middle School building and ending at the Milford High School football stadium. This year’s theme was Autumn Spooktacular. “On a cool crisp […]

Horsemanship Heals those in Need

By Taylor Shunk Charlene Thomas never dreamed that life would take her where she is today. “We’re not therapists…the horses are,” said Thomas when speaking about Soar in the Saddle, a natural horsemanship program. Helping others has always come naturally to Thomas. For eleven years she worked as a special education para-professional and over twenty-five […]

Gallery 37 to hold poetry reading

Marcia Reed, owner of Gallery 37 In downtown Milford, DE, will host a poetry reading on Saturday, October 20th at 3:00 PM. The reading will be held in the building next door to the gallery at 10 S. Walnut Street, Milford , and is in conjunction with an art opening featuring impressionist works. The featured […]

Comcast Cares Days Helps Little League

Thanks again to Comcast and the Milford Community for coming together to beautify the Milford Little League on April 21, 2018. As a result; Comcast has donated $6,527.00 to the League. On October 10, 2018 a check was presented to the 2018 MLL Board of Directors and Retired Board Member of 38 years Bill Bullock. […]

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