Brief guide to understanding Millennials

Guest Writer Leah Rizzo, middays on Eagle 97.7 If you’re of the “Baby Boomer” or “Gen X” generations, you may have noticed a crop of young people popping up in your office. They don’t seem to have much experience, they appear to be quite literally attached to their phones, and they may even more closely […]

Community Honors Tom Draper

by Terry Rogers     On Tuesday, the Delaware Department of Transportation dedicated a kiosk which will be placed on the Georgetown to Lewes Pathway as part of the Lewes Rail to Trail project. The kiosk was the vision of Representative Harvey Kenton, a lifelong friend of Draper’s. Draper, owner of WBOC, died in a […]

Movie Filmed in Milford Debuts in Dec

by Terry Rogers  “Delaware Shore,” a movie filmed in the Milford area, is scheduled for theatrical release in Los Angeles on December 21 and New York on December 28. The movie tells the story of a Holocaust survivor, Agnes, who lives in Slaughter Beach. “The movie is loosely based on the novel of the same […]

Helping Children Focus on Giving

by Terry Rogers     As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, many parents wonder how to keep their children focused on the true meaning of the holiday and not just look at it as a day of food, football and the start of the Christmas season. Judy Purcell, the Education Director at St. John the Apostle […]

May the mystery of Christmas Fulfill Us

Rev. Anthony Giamello Pastor, St. John the Apostle/St. Bernadette Dear sisters and brothers in Christ, There are some stories that we never get tired of hearing or telling. This is especially true of the Christmas story. Although it records the story of God’s love, Christmas is far more than a story. At the heart of […]

Code Purple Seeking Volunteers, Donations

by Terry Rogers     Code Purple organizers are planning for the cold winter months by holding volunteer training and requesting donations that can be used in their shelters. Nikki Gonzalez, Executive Director of Code Purple Sussex County, explained that the training is designed to educate volunteers on what Code Purple actually provides. “We go […]

Santa returns to Downtown Milford

As the weather turns chilly and children’s thoughts leave Halloween behind and think of Thanksgiving smells, deep in their hearts, we all know, is the arrival of Santa Claus that truly brings warm smiles and glee to their faces. Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) reminds all children from 1 to 99 that Santa Claus arrives in […]

FireFly Will Return to DE

Firefly Music Festival, the east coast’s largest music and camping festival, is returning to The Woodlands June 21-23, 2019. Firefly will kick off its eighth year with a number of improvements to the fan experience, including a streamlined three-day schedule, a slate of new programming and the launch of the Firefly Loyalty Program. Founded in […]

Bohemian Rhapsody Review, Millennial Perspective

Guest Writer Jhas Williams-Wood, Eagle 97.7 As a millennial, to say that I was out of place in the theatre I went to to see Bohemian Rhapsody was an understatement. The movie which chronicle’s one of the most famous bands of all time, “QUEEN” takes a closer look at the highs and lows of the […]

Memory Bear Program Needs Help

Delaware Hospice is looking for seamstresses to support our Memory Bear program. Each year, over 100 memory bears are created for bereaved families. As the leading nonprofit hospice agency in Delaware, we strive to provide a well-rounded, holistic approach for the wellbeing of our families. Seamstresses are provided the pattern along with all the materials […]

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