Government & Politics

DelDOT Performing Repairs to Swiggett’s Pond Bridge

by Terry Rogers     Currently, Fleatown Road at the intersection of Cedar Creek Road (Route 30) is closed as DelDOT performs necessary repairs to the bridge over Cedar Creek. The repairs began on June 8 and are expected to be completed...

Senate confirms Mims as Common Pleas judge

On Tuesday, June 24, 2020, Delaware Senate confirmed Rae Mims’ judicial nomination as Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in Sussex County. In addition to Rae’s accomplished career, the City has been proud to say she has served...

Council Requests Refund for Cancelled Festival

In December 2019, Milford City Council voted to provide $30,000 for the festival. On Monday, June 8, Council requested a refund of the $30,000 as the festival has been cancelled until 2021.

Council Rejects Offer to Purchase Aquarium Plan

The denial by Council means that Milford Aquarium Inc. may now solicit outside companies to take over the construction of the aquarium.

City Council to see new faces

Mayor Campbell congratulated the winners and thanked all the candidates for stepping up to represent the citizens of Milford. 

Q&A: City Council Ward 1 Candidates

by Terry Rogers    On Saturday, June 13, 2020, from 10 AM to 6 PM, Milford residents will head to the Public Works Office at 180 Vickers Drive in Milford to vote for candidates running for City Council in Wards 1,...

Milford Recognized as a Reliable Power Provider

The City of Milford has earned a Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3)® designation from the American Public Power Association for providing reliable and safe electric service. The RP3 designation, which lasts for three years, recognizes public power utilities that demonstrate...

DNREC to resume campground rentals June 1

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control will reopen its campgrounds in Delaware State Parks Monday in response to Governor John Carney’s removal of the emergency ban on short-term rental units starting June 1. The mandatory 14-day quarantine...

Gov. Lifts Short-term Rental Bans

Governor John Carney has announced that he will lift the ban on short-term rental units and the mandatory 14-day quarantine for out-of-state travelers on June 1. The governor previously lifted his restrictions on Delaware beaches ahead of the Memorial Day...

Streets Condition Index Discussed at Budget

by Terry Rogers On Monday, May 18 and Wednesday, May 20, Milford City Council held virtual budget hearings to discuss the 2020-21 budget. The balanced budget totals $44 million. “The FY2020-21 budget constitutes a decrease of $1.5 million, or 3.39 percent,...
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Undefeated Bucs become Henlopen North Champions

By Kevin Eickman The Milford Buccaneers Boys Soccer Team had completed an undefeated regular season. Following Monday’s final regular-season 3-0...

Field hockey has tough week

By Kevin Eickman There are times when you look at a box score and just shake your head when you compare it to the game’s...

COVID-19 flips football schedule

By Kevin Eickman It has been a concern that every fall sports program in Delaware has had all season long, COVID reaching in and disrupting...

Give this horseshoe crab a lift, and help protect Delaware tidal waters

The horseshoe crab -- Delaware's official state marine animal -- is important to the area's ecology because its eggs feed migrating birds.

Milford Parks and Recreation Offers Winter Programs

by Terry Rogers     Registration is now open for the 2020-21 Milford Parks and Recreation Winter Sports programs. According to Nan Martino, Coordinator, the organization was...
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