Brandywine Offers Drop-In Service

by Terry Rogers     One issue faced by families and friends of someone dealing with substance abuse, mental illness or other matters that could impact the community is finding the resources that can help them cope with the problem. Brandywine Counseling and Community Services offers a non-treatment oriented “safe place” which allows those suffering […]

“Pay to Play” the National Spelling Bee

Guest Writer By Susan Monday, Delaware 105.9It’s that time of year where stellar spellers throughout the country compete in the annual Scripps National Spelling Bee, a tradition since 1925. How do the spellers get there? By winning their local spelling contest and then moving up the ladder until they win a regional contest. They are […]

Memorial Day Ceremony Honors Fallen

by Terry Rogers     On Monday, May 27, local dignitaries and members of the community gathered at Milford Senior Center to honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice to this country. Local veterans and current military members were recognized for their service. The program began with the presentation of colors by the VFW […]

Summertime and the Living’s Easy

Dana McDonald Cool 101.3 Mornings (5:30-10 a.m.)   Now that it’s “officially” Summer 2019, my mind is in overdrive thinking about all of the fun things I want to cram into the next three months…the beach, ballgames, crabs, birthday parties (all 3 of my boys are summer babies), cookouts, pool parties, concerts…and an ice cold […]

Milford in Bloom Beautifies Downtown

More than 25 Milford residents joined Downtown Milford, Inc.’s Milford in Bloom program on Sunday, May 19 to plant flowers in the Downtown hay baskets. DMI is very grateful these volunteers donated their time to beautify our Downtown and we hope all residents, merchants and visitors enjoy the colorful blooms all season long. Happenings in […]

Downtown Flags Honor Local Heroes

The Milford Rotary Club executed their Flags for Heroes event in Downtown Milford’s BiCentennial Park last week. The flags, each of which honors a fallen soldier, veteran or first responder, will be on display until June 3. “The display gives our community an opportunity to pay tribute and thank those who have unselfishly given of […]

NAACP Honors Local Influencers

by Terry Rogers   On Saturday, May 11, 12 local individuals were honored at the 33rd Annual Fight for Freedom Fund Banquet hosted by the Milford-Slaughter Neck Branch of the NAACP. Former Milford City Councilman James O. Starling, Sr. was awarded the Community Leadership Award. Starling has a long history of serving the Milford community, […]

5k Raised $16,500 for Memorial Fire Company

The 2nd annual “Run from the Greenheads” 5K race and Cinco de Mayo festival was a resounding success. The Town raised over $16,500 for the Memorial Fire Company from sponsors, runners and townspeople. The first race in 2018 was conceived as a way for the town to show its appreciation to the dozens of fire […]

Roaring 20s Party Photo Gallery

by Terry Rogers     The 5th Annual Roaring 20s Lawn Party at Causey Mansion on Friday, May 17, benefited the Milford Museum. After a long week of work, guests stepped back in time when the only way to enjoy adult beverages was at a speakeasy. Heavy hors d’oeuvres created from dishes that were popular […]

Second Street Players Opens Renovated Theater with “Brighton Beach Memoirs”

by Terry Rogers     For the past several months, Second Street Players Riverfront Theater has been closed for renovations, requiring the organization to hold rehearsals and play productions in other locations in Milford. On Friday, May 10, the first production in the newly renovated theater, Brighton Beach Memoirs” opened, revealing the more than $300,000 […]

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