Becker Morgan Begins on Police Station

by Terry Rogers In November, Milford City Council heard from Greg Moore with Becker Morgan Group, the organization chosen for the engineering and architectural design phase of a new police station for the City. Eric Norenberg, City Manager, explained that there would be two phases with the first phase the creation of a design that […]

DE farm families honored for 100 years

The Delaware Department of Agriculture honored four Delaware’s farm families for their continued commitment to farming the same land for a century or more. “Our Century Farms are extremely important and they help tell a story about the history of Delaware and about what agriculture means to this state,” said Delaware Secretary of Agriculture Michael […]

Council Recognizes Sen Simpson

by Terry Rogers   On Monday, November 26, Milford City Council recognized Senator Gary Simpson who will retire from the state legislature at the end of this legislative session. His seat will be taken by Senator-elect Dave Wilson in January. “I, Arthur J. Campbell, Mayor of the City of Milford, hereby proclaim our heartfelt gratitude […]

FFA Students Talk to Senator Coons

by Terry Rogers   On November 9, 2018, Milford High School FFA members participated in a live Town Hall meeting with Senator Chris Coons in the Agriscience Barn. The students developed the idea while talking with Senator Coons at the Delaware State Fair over the summer. Several students took turns asking the Senator questions about […]

Milford City Council Honors Harvey Kenton

by Terry Rogers  On Tuesday, November 13, Milford City Council honored retiring Representative Harvey Kenton with Proclamation 2018-17. Mayor Archie Campbell read the proclamation with Representative Kenton, Representative-elect Bryan Shupe and Senator-elect Dave Wilson in attendance. “A true Milfordian born and raised in this community, Representative Harvey R. Kenton will be ending part of his […]

Shupe, Wilson Win State Races

by Terry Rogers     On Tuesday, November 6, Milford area residents went to the polls to elect state and federal representatives. David Wilson was elected for the 18th Senate seat while Bryan Shupe won the race for the 36th Representative District. Senator-elect Wilson will replace Senator Gary Simpson who retired at the end of […]

Council Approves Several Commercial Uses

by Terry Rogers   On Monday, October 22, Milford City Council held public hearings for several conditional uses and final minor subdivision approvals. All changes were approved by Council with a vote of 6 to 0 as Councilmen Christopher Mergner and James Starling, Jr. were not present. Mispillion Realty requested a conditional use for property […]

Groundbreaking Held for Slaughter Beach Boardwalk

by Terry Rogers   On Thursday, October 18, as a blustery wind blew across the Delaware Bay, Governor Jack Markell, local legislators and council members stood along the marshes in Slaughter Beach to break ground for a new boardwalk that is scheduled for completion in the spring. Mayor Harry Ward of Slaughter Beach kicked off […]

DNREC urges motorists to watch out for Deer

With the new time changes coming, DNREC urges motorists to watch out for deer crossing roadways, especially at dusk.DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife reminds all Delaware motorists, especially 9-to-5 workers driving home at dusk, to be alert for deer crossing roadways. “As we’re heading home, deer are just beginning their peak movement time,” said […]

Safety Tips For Trick or Treat

On Wednesday, October 31st, the City of Milford will have “Trick or Treat” from 6:00 pm to 8:00pm. We wanted to pass on the following safety tips provided by Safe Kids. “Trick or Treat” is open to children 12 years or younger. **We also wish to remind everyone Chief Brown will be handing out treats […]

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