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Milford’s Webb Competes for Delaware Teacher of the Year

by Terry Rogers     On Tuesday, October 13, Kimberly Webb, a 4th Grade teacher at Lulu Ross Elementary School, competed for the title of 2021 Delaware Teacher of the Year. The ceremony was held virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic....

Milford Southern States plans annual safe sale

by Terry Rogers     The holidays are fast approaching and, although it is a joyous time of the year, statistics indicate that robberies as well as home burglaries increase during the holiday season. Milford Southern States has the answer to keeping...

10 million pounds of food for the needy in Delaware

The Food Bank of Delaware this month is notching a disturbing number: 10 million pounds of food distributed to families struggling to afford food since COVID-19 restrictions began. The food bank is scheduling drive-thru mobile pantries in all three counties,...

Movies at Milford May Open by End of Year

by Terry Rogers Arthur Helmick, owner of the Movies at Milford under construction in the former Walmart building on North Dupont Highway is enthusiastic about the opening of the theatre. It is his hope that the new movie theatre will...

Avenue Church Creates Virtual Café

by Terry Rogers     With school districts in the area starting the year in either a totally remote or hybrid learning atmosphere, Avenue United Methodist Church recognized that many children were having difficulty accessing the internet at home. In an effort...

Del-Tech Offers Vocational Certification Training

 by Terry Rogers     The United States is currently dealing with a shortage in skilled labor as many schools across the country promote college education over learning a trade. Delaware Technical and Community College is working to address this shortage in...

Walton Brings Cheer to Passing Motorists

by Terry Rogers     Bill Walton, who is well known in the local arts community, recalled a friend sending him a photo about three or four years ago of someone holding an inspirational sign at an intersection, telling Walton that it...

Milford seeks Certificate of Necessity for Lakeview property

by Terry Rogers     Since 2013, the Milford Middle School building located on Lakeview Avenue has remained closed. Initially, it was believed that the school could not be rehabilitated and would need to be demolished. Two referendums requesting funds to demolish...

Newsome named Educational Support Professional of the Year

Robert Newsome, paraprofessional at Lulu Ross Elementary School, has been named Milford School District Educational Support Professional of the Year. Mr. Newsome will represent the Milford School District in the state program in November. This award was developed to honor...

Elks MVS scholarships now open

School is just starting, but it is already time for seniors to apply for scholarships. The Elks Most Valuable Student (MVS) award has one of the earliest scholarship deadlines of any major scholarship. The application is now open and...
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Oil spill has spread down to Ocean City, DNREC says

An oil spill reported a week ago in Bowers Beach has spread to Ocean City, Maryland, the Delaware Department...

Box manufacturer closer to building $80M Dover plant

U.S. Corrugated of Delaware has chosen Dover as the “location of preference” for an $80 million box-manufacturing facility, which could add 159 job to...

Gaffney Joins New York State Ballet

by Terry Rogers    A Facebook post created by the New York State Ballet on October 7 highlighted a new dancer joining the company for the...

Stuff the Bus sets 20-ton goal to feed Delaware’s needy

  DART is hoping to collect 20 tons of food for needy Delawareans in its 23rd year of Stuff the Bus. The campaign, a partnership with the...

Not Too Shabby Rises from the Ashes

by Terry Rogers     Not Too Shabby owners Don Vaughan and Will Payton spent Tuesday, December 3, 2019 getting ready for their annual Open House that...
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