City Corrects Electric Billing Error

Released by City of Milford The City of Milford is correcting an error that led to residential utility customers being charged approximately seven percent more for electric usage during “summer” months. “We sincerely apologize for this mistake. We will make this right and reimburse all customers as soon as possible,” stated City Manager Eric Norenberg. […]

Milford to Hold Parking Workshops

by Terry Rogers On Tuesday, September 25, from 4 to 7 PM, the City of Milford will hold a workshop at City Hall about parking in Downtown Milford. At the meeting, residents will be provided with a questionnaire about their parking preferences and needs in Downtown Milford. “The purpose is to solicit information from the […]

General Election Candidates’ Forum

Released by Greater Lincoln Civic Association General Election Candidates’ Forum Thursday, September 20 at 7 pm US Senate, Congress, DE Treasurer, Auditor, Attorney General, DE State Senator: Dave Wilson vs. James Purcell & DE Representative: Bryan Shupe vs. Donald Allan, etc. These candidates will be on DE’s November 6, 2018 General Election Ballots. Lincoln Community […]

Riverwalk Deck Repairs Underway

by Terry Rogers   In early August, a local construction company began replacing deck boards on pedestrian bridges throughout the Riverwalk with engineered lumber. The last of the bridges was completed in early September. Over the next few months, the remainder of the decking will be replaced with composite deck boards that are more durable […]

Vanderwende Wins Republican Primary

by Terry Rogers    On Thursday, September 6, Jesse Vanderwende won the Republican primary for the 35th State Representative district. Vanderwende received 1,254 votes, which was just over 58 percent of the vote. His opponent, Robert “Bob” Mitchell received 920 votes, just under 42 percent of the vote. “I would just truly like to thank […]

DE Launches Children Library Cards

It’s never too early to read or be read to. And to help build the reading, learning, and library habit, Delaware’s First Lady, Tracey Quillen Carney, announced the My First Delaware Library Card and the kids Super Library Card this summer. These new library cards target babies, toddlers, and preschoolers (birth to 5 years old) […]

Purcell Announces Senatorial District Run

Jim Purcell filed to run for the Delaware 18th Senatorial district, to fill the vacancy left by Senator Gary Simpson. Surrounded by family, friends and Senate Protem Senator David McBride, Jim was registered by Democratic Party Sussex County Chair, Jane Hovington. Purcell will face off against Rep. Dave Wilson in the November 6 General Election.  “It […]

MSD students eligible for free Breakfast, Lunch

Released by Delaware Department of Education As a new school year begins, all students that attend Milford School District will be able to eat one school breakfast and/or one lunch at no cost due to USDA’s Community Eligibility Provision. Community Eligibility Provision was enacted as a result of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act 2010 and […]

Todd Culotta Wins Ward 2 Seat

by Terry Rogers     On Thursday, August 23, the City of Milford held a special election to fill the Ward 2 Council seat vacated by Jamie Burk. There were 169 votes cast in the election with Culotta receiving 92 and Fulton receiving 77. “I want to thank the voters who came out to cast […]

Gov. Cuts Ribbon on S. Frederica Interchange

Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) Secretary Jennifer Cohan and Delaware Governor John Carney were joined by members of the state’s congressional delegation and local leaders as they cut the ribbon on the South Frederica Grade Separated Intersection (GSI) today. “Investing in infrastructure is a central part of our strategy to make sure that Delaware has […]

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