DNREC Announces Interactive Pond Maps

DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife today announced the release of newly-interactive online maps that allow anglers and other users to easily locate Delaware’s public freshwater ponds throughout the state. The public ponds, most of which are managed by the Division of Fish & Wildlife, range from five to 189 acres in size and support […]

Ward 1 Candidates Face Off

by Terry Rogers  On Tuesday, April 10, the Sussex County Chapter of the NAACP, in partnership with the Milford Chronicle, sponsored a debate between Michael Boyle and Cindy Scofield, candidates for open seat for Ward 1 on Milford’s City Council. The seat came open when Councilman Archie Campbell stepped down to run for Mayor. David […]

Youth Community Service Honored by Mayor

At a recent Council meeting, local youth were honored by Mayor Bryan Shupe for their outstanding service in the community through the Jefferson Awards LEAD360 program.  This year a total of 136 service projects were submitted in Delaware with over 374,500 lives impacted and a financial impact of over $5,150,600. The City of Milford’s 2 […]

Mayoral Candidates Face Off

by Terry Rogers On Tuesday, April 10, the Sussex County Chapter of the NAACP, in partnership with the Milford Chronicle, sponsored a debate between Arthur Campbell and Todd Culotta, candidates for Milford’s Mayoral seat. The seat came open when Mayor Bryan Shupe chose to step down at the end of his term in order to […]

Mayoral Candidate Archie Campbell – Q&A

 by Terry Rogers Milford City Councilman Archie Campbell currently serves Ward I. Retired from the corporate world as Director of Operations at Loreal Lancome, Campbell has served as Milford City Councilman for the past two years and seven years on the City of Milford Planning & Zoning Commission. He works as a substitute teacher at the […]

Mayoral Candidate Todd Culotta – Q&A

by Terry Rogers    Todd Culotte owns and operates Bay Pro Contracting, which focuses on restaurant buildouts and residential remodeling and renovations. For more than 15 years, Mr. Culotta had a successful career in technology sales and project management. Mr. Culotta is a 1991 graduate of Milford High School. He holds an MBA from Keller Graduate School […]

Milford Welcomes New HR Manager

by Terry Rogers     On Monday, March 26, Milford City Council welcomed the new Human Resource Manager for the town, Jamesha Eaddy. Eaddy replaces Lisa Carmean who retired at the end of March. “I’ve always had a desire to help others and make an impact,” Eaddy said. “HR allows me to do those things […]

Boyle for City Council – Q&A

Mike Boyle is retired from the Army after serving on the Army Headquarters Staff.  He then went on to a successful career in the defense contracting industry managing several projects for the offices of the Under Secretary and Assistant Secretary of Defense in strategic planning, development and policy implementation. He also serves as President of […]

Schofield for City Council – Q&A

Cindy L. Schofield, currently serves as the President of Matlinds Estates HOA. Retired from the Philadelphia Police Department as a Sergeant after 30 years of service, Schofield has an Associates degree In Criminal Justice, with honors, from the Philadelphia Community College, a Bachelor of Science degree In Organizational Leadership, Magna Cum Laude, and a Masters […]

Groundbreaking Held for Route 14 Overpass

by Terry Rogers On Monday, March 26, DelDOT, along with federal, state and local officials, broke ground on the Route 14 overpass, a project that will cost $22 million.  “There have been a lot of people who have been involved in this project for a longer time than I have,” Governor John Carney said. “I […]

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