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Merry and scary ways to celebrate fall and Halloween

Halloween and harvest events kick into high gear this weekend, with trunk and treats popping up like pumpkin patches. Here’s some of the things going on. Reservations are highly recommended or required for these Halloween and fall events, all adapted to...

State aims for better early childhood ed with new position, grant money

  The state of Delaware has created a $1 million fund to help child care center recoup some of the money they've had to spend to help kids with remote learning. The Department of Education also announced a new position that...

Oil spill has spread down to Ocean City, DNREC says

An oil spill reported a week ago in Bowers Beach has spread to Ocean City, Maryland, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control said today on Twitter. And there’s progress in the cleanup. About 55 tons – enough to...

Box manufacturer closer to building $80M Dover plant

  U.S. Corrugated of Delaware has chosen Dover as the “location of preference” for an $80 million box-manufacturing facility, which could add 159 job to the area. The company’s plans were presented today to the Council on Development Finance for approval...

Stuff the Bus sets 20-ton goal to feed Delaware’s needy

  DART is hoping to collect 20 tons of food for needy Delawareans in its 23rd year of Stuff the Bus. The campaign, a partnership with the Food Bank of Delaware, runs Nov. 9-14. To adjust to the governor’s emergency declaration, Stuff the...

Oil spill has potential for serious effects, UD expert says

There’s potential for “some very serious consequences” from this week’s oil spill on Sussex County beaches, a University of Delaware expert said today. “The true consequences of this exact oil spill event are unknown at this point,” said Edward A....
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Coldwell Banker Realty recognizes top 2020 agents

By Kathy Newcomb In a virtual company-wide format, Coldwell Banker Resort Realty held its annual Awards Banquet, celebrating the many...

DSHA Helps People Kiss Their Landlord Goodbye

Homeownership seems like an impossible dream for many people, especially those with low to moderate incomes. Delaware State Housing Authority is trying to make...

Land exchange approved between City and Library

On Feb. 22, Milford City Council voted to complete a land exchange between the city and the Milford Public Library. This exchange was related...

Milford LIVE Weekly Review – February 23, 2021

Open the Weekly Review PDF Here This Week's Top Headlines Include: Headlines Justin Haggerty named MHS Homecoming King Culture Milford Museum Presents “Then, Now” Exhibit Fr. Johnny at St....

DBCC Young Survivors in Action: Mary Leard

The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition’s Young Survivors in Action program helps younger women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer navigate their diagnosis, treatment,...
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