Diamond Dance Company to Perform “Coppelia”

by Terry Rogers  On Friday and Saturday, March 22 and 23, Diamond Dance Company will perform their version of the comic ballet “Coppelia.” The ballet tells the story of a doctor, Dr. Coppelius who creates a life-size dancing doll that Franz, a young man in the village, becomes infatuated with, leading him to discard his […]

Downtown Celebrates Irish Heritage

Downtown Milford, Inc. hosted its first Irish Music and Dance Concert on Friday, March 15 at the Jesus Love Temple in Downtown Milford. The event featured the Willie Lynch Band, McAleer School of Dance, and the Dover Police & Fire Pipes and Drums. The McAleer School of Irish Dance was founded 50 years ago by […]

How Do you Watch TV in 2019

Guest Writer Steve Monz, Afternoons on Cool 101.3In our world of smart phones, smart telvisons and the internet, the way we consume TV has dramatically changed. Key word there being “consume”. I’ll bet that you or someone you know “Binge Watches” television. What? Unfamiliar with that term? Well then you are doing it wrong. Remember […]

Merciful Father gives second chances

Rev. Anthony Giamello Pastor, St. John the Apostle/St. Bernadette Our merciful Father always gives us a second chance. The prodigal son, returning to the father, was welcomed as a son, not treated as a slave. The repentant Peter was made the head of the Church. The persecutor Paul was made the apostle to the Gentiles. […]

DuPont Nature Center Open, April 3

The DuPont Nature Center at Mispillion Harbor Reserve, a DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife facility located in the heart of Delaware’s Bayshore Region, will reopen Wednesday, April 3 after having been closed for the fall and winter. The center will be open in April from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays […]

Senior Center Visits DE Archives

The Delaware Public Archives welcomed members from the Harrington Senior Center for a special guided tour of the exhibits, The Great War & The First State and The American Illustration Collection. After touring the exhibits, the ten guests then were provided a Behind-The-Scenes Tour of their vaults where they were shown how the Archives preserves […]

Milton Kicks off St. Patrick’s Day

On Sunday, March 10 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 […]

History of Daylight Saving Time

by Terry Rogers On Sunday, the majority of the United States turned their clocks back one hour in order to start Daylight saving time. There are many myths and rumors regarding the practice including who developed the idea and why the country started changing clocks initially. Daylight saving time began in the United States on […]

State Handing Out Naloxone to the Public

Guest Writer By Susan Monday, Delaware 105.9 and 1150AM and 101.7FM WDEL The use of the overdose reversal drug, Naloxone, to reduce the number of people dying from overdoses, has become normalized in Delaware. It started out with first responders (EMTs, police officers) carrying it with them, but in recent years, it has been made […]

Milford Graduates Guest Star on The Resident

by Terry Rogers     In February, viewers of the Fox television show “The Resident,” which stars Matt Czuchry, Emily VanCamp, Manish Dayal and Malcolm-Jamal Warner, also saw two Milford High School graduates in one of the storylines in the episode. Robbie and Paul Rescigno portrayed twins who swapped insurance information in order to obtain […]

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