Downtown Development Grant Process Open

The Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA) has announced that the Spring 2018 Downtown Development Districts (DDD) Rebate Program is now open and accepting applications. Currently, there are eight designated Districts including Dover, Georgetown, Harrington, Laurel, Milford, Seaford, Smyrna and Wilmington. The DDD program was created in 2015 in an effort to spur private investment in […]

Governor Terminates State of Emergency

Governor Carney Terminates State of Emergency and Level 1 Driving Warning Effective at Midnight Drivers should continue to exercise caution on Delaware roadways Governor John Carney has terminated the statewide State of Emergency, and the Level 1 Driving Warning in effect for Kent and New Castle counties, effective at midnight. Governor Carney issued the State […]

DelDOT Winter Storm Update

DelDOT Winter Storm Update #3 Governor Carney has issued a Level 1 Driving Warning effective at 2:45 p.m. for New Castle and Kent Counties as snowfall continues. DART has also announced the suspension of all bus service at 6:00 p.m. in New Castle and Kent Counties. A Level 1 Driving Warning means that any person […]

National Guard to Assist with Winter Storm

With an impending winter storm expected to impact Delaware, Governor John Carney on Tuesday issued a State of Emergency statewide authorizing the Delaware National Guard to assist state and local officials with any necessary response and recovery for this winter storm effective midnight on Wednesday, March 21, 2018. The authorization will allow the National Guard […]

DeVary Plans to Run for Senate Seat

by Terry Rogers     Last month, Billy DeVary, a lifelong resident of Milford, announced his plan to file as a candidate for the 18th District Senate seat. The seat became open when Senator Gary Simpson announced his plans to retire earlier this year. Mr. DeVary says he will file close to the July 4th […]

Schofield Runs for Council Ward I Seat

Cindy L. Schofield, who currently serves as the President of Matlinds Estates HOA, filed to run for a seat to represent Ward I on Milford City Council. 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 […]

Boyle Files for Ward I Council Seat

Mike Boyle, who currently represents the First Ward on the Milford Planning and Zoning Commission, filed to run for a seat on the City Council on Friday, Feb. 23. He retired from the Army after serving on the Army Headquarters Staff.  I then went on to a successful career in the defense contracting industry managing […]

County Council Denies Rezoning Request

by Terry Rogers    On Tuesday, February 27, Sussex County Council denied a request from East Gate Farms to rezone 16.6 acres of land on the south side of Cedar Creek Road from agricultural to business. The property is located directly across from the new Bayhealth Sussex Campus on the east side of Route 1. […]

Prescribed Burning at Prime Hook Refuge

Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge, in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Zone Fire Staff, local fire departments, and the Delaware Forest Service, began a landscape burning program at the refuge in March of 2017. This year’s plan includes a total of nearly 400 acres of successional field(s) and will take place beginning […]

Business Owner Culotta Files for Mayor Seat

Local small business owner and entrepreneur, Todd Culotta, has announced his bid to run for Mayor of Milford. Mr. Culotta owns and operates Bay Pro Contracting, which focuses on restaurant buildouts and residential remodeling and renovations. “We are on the cusp of great things here in Milford. New businesses, a new hospital, a new long-term […]

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