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Habitat for Humanity celebrates 150th home built in Sussex County

  On Thursday, December 10, Habitat for Humanity celebrated the completion of the 150th home in Sussex County. The home, located in Ingram Village in Ellendale, is the home of Angeline Saintilme and her family. “We are thrilled to be here...

Amid Covid, holiday lights shine bright at Apple Electric

  What started as a small tradition two decades ago years ago has grown into a bright spot of kindness and holiday cheer for one Sussex County business.  Lisa and Steve Prestipino, owners of Apple Electric in Lewes, have been putting...

Lewes Lights features more than 200 houses, businesses on a self-guided tour

Lewes Lights organizers wanted to help people find some brightness in a dark year, and their self-guided tour map offers 200 houses and business decorated for the holidays.

60 football fields of wetlands restored in Frankford

“This project was different than others we have done mostly because of its size,” said Kate Hackett, Executive Director of DWL.

Mispillion Greenway Walking Tour: Watson-Carlisle House

The Mispillion Greenway Walking Tour connects city parks, natural areas, cultural centers and historic areas with the many historic buildings that still exist in the city of Milford. Copies of the booklet are available at the Milford Museum. One...

Middletown teen will use national Miss Juneteenth title to push for holiday

Saniya Gay says she plans to lobby another Delawarean -- President-elect Joe Biden -- to name Juneteenth a national holiday.

Carlisle Fire Co. brings back Operation Santa Run

Celebrating its seventh year, Carlisle Fire Company will bring back “Operation Santa Run” to the children of Milford. According to Ryan Knowles, chairman of the event, the fire company felt this was an excellent way to show support for...

MHS Drama Club goes virtual

The show must go on(line)! Despite the Covid-19 pandemic and students learning remotely, the Milford High School Drama Club still put on a fall play. Director Carissa Meiklejohn felt it was important for the students to have the opportunity...

Is our time uniquely polarizing or are we uniquely American?

One thought about modern politics is that we're more divided than we have been in decades; another says we just don’t love talking politics all the time.

Homebrew contest winner will see his recipe made by Thompson Island

Follmer’s winning IPA has notes of peach, guava and grapefruit: 'This surprisingly full-bodied beer was balanced with fruit-forward hop notes.'
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MSD Announces Teachers of the Year

Milford School District has announced the 2021-2022 Teachers of the Year. The Teacher of the Year Program recognizes excellence...

Milford LIVE Weekly Review – April 13, 2021

Open the Weekly Review PDF Here This Week's Top Headlines Include: Headlines Scholarships still offered by Milford Rotary Club Culture Milford Center Highlights Mary Gumrot State Fair Will Be...

Council approves investigation of annexation request

After a unanimous vote, Milford City Council approved a request from Walter and Sharon Feindt to allow the Annexation Committee to investigate the annexation...

City grants alcohol waiver for Riverwalk “Freedom” Festival

At their regular meeting, Milford City Council approved a request from the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford (CCGM)  for an alcohol waiver for...

City Council Begins Review of Capital Improvement Projects

Milford City Council at a workshop prior to their meeting on April 12, began a review of capital improvement projects in the city for...
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