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Molding future surgeons: Bayhealth launches third residency program

Betsy Price Culture

Pictured right to left are Program Director Bradford Mitchell, MD, FACS, ECNU, and Program Coordinator Katherine Burklew for Bayhealth’s General Surgery Residency Program. The General Surgery Residency Program is the third of Bayhealth’s Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs to launch and has recently earned accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). General Surgery Program Director Bradford Mitchell, …

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Mr. Moribund’s Theatre of Terror returns to the Riverfront Theatre

Betsy Price Culture, Headlines

Mr. Moribund’s Theatre of Terror returns to the Riverwalk Theatre in July Today, the popular live show Mr. Moribund’s Theatre of Terror made the official announcement that it will be returning to the Riverfront Theatre for a Summer Screamer show this July, with a showing of the classic 1968 Godzilla film Destroy All Monsters. The show took a necessary hiatus …

Jeepers Back the Blue supports fallen law enforcement officers

Terry Rogers Culture, Police & Fire

The Jeepers Back the Blue Foundation is planning a Jamboree to benefit the families of fallen law enforcement officers After the death of Corporal Stephen Ballard of the Delaware State Police on April 26, 2017, Jeff Lehnert wanted to do something as a tribute to the fallen officer. His desire to do something led to the creation of Jeepers Back …

Promoting local shopping and dining, 3rd Thursday is back in Milford

Luke dollard Culture, Milford Headline Story, Milford-live

Downtown Milford is literally springing back to life with its monthly 3rd Thursday event.  The event is held every third Thursday of each month to promote shopping at the small businesses in the downtown riverwalk area. Like much of everything last year, 3rd Thursday was shut down due to the pandemic. The event roared back to life with a solid …

City grants alcohol waiver for Riverwalk “Freedom” Festival

Terry Rogers Culture, Delaware Nonprofits, Government & Politics, Milford Headline Story

At their regular meeting, Milford City Council approved a request from the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford (CCGM)  for an alcohol waiver for Bicentennial Park, planned for Sept. 18, 2021. This will be the 20th anniversary of the festival as it was cancelled for 2020 due to the COVID pandemic. “We are excited to be in front of you …

Milford Center Highlights Mary Gumrot

Terry Rogers Culture, Milford-live

On April 7, Mary Gumrot would have turned 100 years old in the Milford Center, according to Patricia Tilghman, Life Enrichment Coordinator at the center. Unfortunately, Mary passed away suddenly two days prior to her birthday. “Mary had a loving, caring nature and this was demonstrated in the love she had for her two children, four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren,” …