The Weekly Review – October 16, 2018

Read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/Oct%2016%20(1).pdf Headlines of the week: Haunted Hallways Provides Community Fun; Community Parade Planned for Oct 17; Dark Horse Assists Youth in Sports; Horsemanship Heals those in Need; Walker Writes, Illustrate Youth Novel; Q&A with Jim Purcell; Q&A with Dave Wilson ; Gallery 37 to hold poetry reading ; i.g. Burton breaks […]

Horsemanship Heals those in Need

By Taylor Shunk Charlene Thomas never dreamed that life would take her where she is today. “We’re not therapists…the horses are,” said Thomas when speaking about Soar in the Saddle, a natural horsemanship program. Helping others has always come naturally to Thomas. For eleven years she worked as a special education para-professional and over twenty-five […]

Dark Horse Assists Youth in Sports

by Terry Rogers   Jamie Masten grew up playing sports so he knows how sports can help young people succeed in adulthood. As a result, he wanted to do something that would help any child who wanted to play sports achieve that goal. “I was fortunate enough to have parents who were into sports and […]

i.g. Burton breaks ground on new Milford facility

i.g. Burton & Company, Inc., has broken ground for their new state of the art Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram and Fiat facility in Milford, Delaware. The new building will be one of the first in the United States to feature a Jeep-alone dealership, and the only one of its kind on Delmarva. “When we started […]

Haunted Hallways Provides Community Fun

Milford Senior High School (MHS) students hosted the 5th Annual Haunted Hallways this past week. This year over 2,000 Milford community members attended this event. Several student groups join together to organize this event with the desire to offer community children, who are 12 and under, a safe and weather controlled Trick or Treat experience. […]

Reindeer Stampede Celebrates 20 years

In friendly partnership with the Delaware Nature Society, DNREC and the folks at Abbotts Mill Nature Center, Milford High School Cross Country has begun their ninth season competing at the scenic and challenging five-kilometer home course site, which is open to the public at the Milford Millponds Nature Preserve near Abbotts Mill and Blairs Pond. […]

Community Parade Planned for Oct 17

by Terry Rogers On Wednesday, one of the most anticipated fall events will “step off” in Milford when the Milford Community Parade begins at 6:30 PM. The parade marches along Walnut Street, starting at the former Milford Middle School building and ending at the Milford High School football stadium. This year’s theme is “Autumn Spooktacular.” […]

Milford Expands Allied Health Program

by Terry Rogers     According to Patricia Ayers, Health Sciences instructor at Milford Central Academy, the United States will need to hire 2.3 million new healthcare workers by 2025 in order to adequately take care of an aging population based on research conducted by Mercer’s US Healthcare Analysis Report. A few years ago, Milford […]

Movie Theater Under Contract in Milford

by Terry Rogers   What was once Milford’s first Walmart before becoming a call center for Sitel may soon be a state-of-the-art movie theater in Milford, according to Arthur Helmick, owner of Middletown’s Westown Theater and Newark’s Main Street Theater. “I have the building under contract,” Helmick said. “My intention is to turn it into […]

The Weekly Review – October 9, 2018

Read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/Oct%209-2.pdf  Headlines of the week: Movie Theatre Under Contract in Milford; Milford Expands Allied Health Program; Safety Patrol Induction Promotes Leadership; City Corrects Electric Billing Error; Milford Middle School Discussion Continues; DESTORAGE.com acquires Barton Mini-Storage; KSI’s Pre-Vocational program Builds Confidence; Dover Federal names Setnar as Chief Lending Officer PLUS SPORTS including […]

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