Milford Turns 230 Years Old

Staff Report On Thursday, September 21, Downtown Milford Inc. led the charge in celebrating Milford’s 230th birthday during their monthly Third Thursday event. In addition to downtown businesses staying open late, food trucks and local produce and craft vendors were spread across the downtown area. Hundreds of families showed up to enjoy the Third Thursday […]

Local Infant Battles Childhood Cancer

In July, Charlie and Emily Kemper noticed that their baby son, Sage, had rapid movement in his eye. As a precaution, his parents took Sage to their pediatrician, Dr. Winston, who ran tests on the eye and found it working normally. It was suggested that further tests be run at A.I. duPont Children’s Hospital in […]

The Weekly Review – September 19, 2017

  Read this week’s edition at,2017.pdf The headlines of the week for Milford: Local Infant Battles Childhood Cancer;  Milford teen celebrates ‘Thank an Officer Day’; DE provides aid in hurricane clean-up; Milford dermatologists to retire; Voshell family invests in new campus; Michelle Andrews joins Masten Realty; VFW member elected to national position; Gov. Carney to address Kent Economic Summit; Perdue challenge delivers 180,000 […]

Milford Teen Celebrates ‘Thank an Officer Day’

Skylar Parnell, a sophomore at Milford High School, has been the chairperson for “Thank an Officer Day” for the past four years. In an era when police officers are sometimes unappreciated, Ms. Parnell said she wanted to take time to thank the Milford Police Department for all the work they do. On Saturday, September 16, […]

1-1 Start for Bucs Soccer

  By TJ Millman The Milford Boys Soccer Team started their season this past week with home games against Caesar Rodney and Delmar. The Bucs dropped their game to CR by a score of 3-2 and bounced back with a 3-1 victory over Delmar two days later. Over the two game stretch, Milford had two […]

Bucs Drop Heartbreaker to DMA, 24-23

  By Kevin Eickman As they took a knee to hear the post game words from their head coach Shaun Strickland, the look of pain was etched on all the Buccaneer players. “It stings, it’s supposed to sting,” Strickland said. “When you let a game go like we just did, you need to remember this […]

The Weekly Review – September 12, 2017

  Read this week’s edition at  The headlines of the week for Milford: Class is back in session; Milford mourns loss of Tom Draper; Beautiful day to celebrate freedom; McColley, Sauls named Hometown Heroes; Pups enjoy Killens Pond Water Park; Canterville Ghost haunts Riverfront Theatre; Davis, Bowen, Friedel celebrates grand opening; Delaware Hospice celebrates 35 years; Zlotziver named DMI Executive Director;Airport Road rehabilitation update PLUS […]

Celebrate Milford’s 230th Birthday

Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) is excited to host the City of Milford’s 230th Birthday Celebration at their monthly Third Thursday event on Thursday, September 21 from 5 to 8pm. From 5pm to 7pm, Downtown Milford businesses will be open with extended hours and shoppers, visitors, and attendees can collect maroon and gold paper strips from […]

Bucs’ D Stands Strong

  By TJ Millman Weeks ago Milford Field Hockey Head Coach Andrea Fleming told reporters that she was looking for hustle, communication, and leadership in her players. Her team put all three of those qualities on display this past Friday on their way to a 2-1 victory over Appoquinimink High School. Goals were scored by […]

Bucs Kick Ravens, 3-0 in Opener

By Kevin Eickman Trying to move the ball against Division I Sussex Tech was difficult for Milford all evening as the Buccaneers offense struggled for much of the night. One thing that Milford had in the hole however, was senior David Bowman and the “Wildcat” package. As the game entered the final stanza, it was […]

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