Open Dialogue on Anxiety, Depression

Guest Writer Jhas Williams-Wood, Eagle 97.7 In the past hour since I’ve begun writing this article, I’ve had two minor panic attacks. That’s one for each half hour. Having not written anything in four months out of fear that my voice is not enough, the same questions tend to resurface: “How can I tell this […]

Milford Rotary Awarding $11,500 in Scholarships

The Milford Rotary Club is awarding $11,500 in scholarships this year. “This amount is due to the generosity of the Rotary Club members and the many sponsors of the Rotary Flags for Heroes fundraiser,” said Jim O’Neill, the Rotary Educational Foundation coordinator. This year the Club will offer three $2,000 Traditional scholarships, a $2,000 Warnell […]

Riverfront Theater Undergoes Renovation

by Terry Rogers    Normally filled with the sounds of actors rehearsing lines, the sounds of hammers and saws fill the Riverfront Theater right now. According to Tracy Dissinger, the theater us undergoing an extensive renovation. “Currently new piers under the building, footers, subfloors, flooring, doors and more are being replaced,” Dissinger said. “More ladies […]

Milton Band Mixing Up Different Style

For the last three years Federal Street Band has been playing country and rock music all over the area. “Sometimes we might open for a huge Nashville band like LoCash Cowboys at The Rusty Rudder,” said Jones. “The next show could be open mic night at Easy Speak Spirits.” The band members include Bobby Jones […]

SSP to Present To Kill A Mockingbird

Second Street Players will present To Kill A Mockingbird dramatized by Christopher Sergel from the book by Harper Lee. Performance dates are February 1, 2,3,8, 9, and 10 Curtain is at 7pm for the Friday and Saturday shows and 2pm for the Sunday shows. Due to renovations at the Riverfront Theater all performances will be […]

February’s Speaker Series Discusses Milford 11

The Milford Museum has announced the return of their Speaker’s Series for 2019. On Thursday February 7 the program will kick off as Orlando Camp’s discusses his book “The Milford Eleven”. In 1954, Camp was a member of this group of students who attempted to integrate Milford schools . The Milford Eleven is a documentary-style […]

The Spirit is absolutely essential

Rev. Anthony Giamello Pastor, St. John the Apostle/St. Bernadette This Sunday’s gospel describes how Jesus participated in the Sabbath prayer of the synagogue in his native place in Nazareth with a band of his disciples. The synagogue Liturgy of the Word was based on seven readings. The first four were from the Law (the Torah […]

Snapshot picture into a big family

Dan Gaffney, Morning talk show host – Delaware 105.9 FM I’m the guy you see at Wal-Mart with two carts, both overflowing with groceries. We have eight children, and have discovered they do not ever take a break from eating. Neither do I for that matter, I like me some groceries. I also hate running […]

Over Two Decades as Children’s Librarian

By Taylor Shunk It comes as no surprise that books are huge part of Robin Lank’s life. “I’ve always loved to read,” said Lank. For the last 22 years Lank has been the children’s Librarian at Milford public library. Yet, becoming a librarian wasn’t always on her mind. “Like most kids, I had no Idea […]

Milford Celebrates MLK’s Dream

by Terry Rogers   On Monday, January 21, the Milford Area Ministerial Association and the Milford Interdenominational Minister’s Alliance presented “Remembering the Dream: Celebrating the Birthday of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.” at Banneker Elementary School. The program, led by Rev. Tiana Banks-Scott, included music selections performed by Ken Behrens, Moment UM and […]

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