The Weekly Review – April 16, 2019

Read this week’s edition at  Headlines of the week:   Little League Holds Annual Parade; Slaughter Beach Overlook Opens to Public; DelDOT Celebrates Work Zone Safety Week; Chorman Receives TOY Honor for MHS; Q&A With Council Candidates; City Presents Opportunity Zone Workshop; Breeding Wins Esteemed DAISY Award; KSI Creates Pre-Vocational opportunities; Taking Back Unwanted Prescriptions, […]

Chorman Receives TOY Honor for MHS

Milford School District teacher Molly Chorman has been named Teacher of the Year for Milford High School. A homegrown girl, Chorman graduated from Milford in 1999. Working in the Milford School District’s financial office during days off in her senior year, she earned a degree in Business Management from the University of Delaware. “Seeing our […]

DelDOT Celebrates Work Zone Safety Week

by Terry Rogers   Standing on the nearly completed overpass under construction at Northeast Front Street in Milford on a cool, windy Thursday, Delaware Department of Transportation Secretary Jennifer Cohan kicked off Work Zone Safety Week. DelDOT has launched a new campaign featuring DelDOT workers and their families that has been titled “We Have Families, […]

Slaughter Beach Overlook Opens to Public

by Terry Rogers   On Friday, April 12, a large crowd gathered at the new Slaughter Beach Overlook that was recently constructed over the Marvel Salt Marsh Preserve. The new overlook is designed so that visitors and residents can get a close view of osprey nests, learn more about the salt preserve and its importance […]

Baseball Improves to 6-1 on Season

By Kevin Eickman It was bound to happen eventually but it still does not make this Thursday’s 4-0 defeat by Sussex Tech any easier. The Ravens hit all four runs in the bottom frame of the first inning and the Buccaneers never recovered. While hot at the plate of late, the Milford bats ran into […]

Little League Holds Annual Parade

Baseball season is back in Milford, celebrating Little League’s 57th season at the Milford ballpark. On Friday, April 12 hundreds of ball players and their families marched through downtown Milford to the ballpark in the traditional Little League Opening Day Parade. Sign up for you free digital subscription of The Weekly Review, delivered directly to […]

Committee Recommends New Middle School

by Terry Rogers   On Tuesday, April 2, the Milford Middle School Committee, led by Bill Strickland, voted to recommend to Milford School District Board of Education to seek a Certificate of Necessity to renovate the former Milford Middle School building on Lakeview Avenue into a Grade 5-6 school that could house 1,000 students. “The […]

The Weekly Review – April 9, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:  Roadway Improvements Planned Near Bayhealth Campus; Committee Recommends New Middle School; Youth Projects Recognized by Council; Community Helps Little League Repairs; A Look Back: Sussex Poultry Company; Behavior Specialist Focuses on Positives; Free Skin Cancer Screenings in May; DFCU Supports Green Beret Project; Little Hacks for […]

Softball Beats Lake for The Bat

Last season the Milford softball team found heart-wrenching ways to lose softball games for a large portion of the year. The Lady Buccaneers found themselves on the wrong side of one run games three times. While nobody likes to lose, coach Sean Brennan believes it will pay dividends this year. For evidence you need to […]

Baseball Posts 5-0 Season

By Kevin Eickman Milford is off to a quick start this baseball season as they posted a 5-0 record this week. This past Thursday was one their biggest challenges as they traveled to Harrington to battle Lake Forest. The Buccaneers fell to the Spartans last season 11-5 at home, giving up six runs in the […]

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