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Local Film Remembers WWII Heroes

When former Georgetown resident John Ross woke up on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, he enjoyed a short stack of pancakes and a hot cup of coffee before casually making his way to the deck of the U.S.S....

McCabe, Kenton Face Off In the 36th

By Michael Short The 36th Representative District race has been a relatively low-key affair. Democrat Russ McCabe and Republican Harvey Kenton are vying for the seat in a race that has been noticeably above board and without rancor. In an election...

State Police Seek Public’s Assistance in Identifying Marijuana Manufacturing Suspect

The Delaware State Police Sussex Drug Unit is conducting an investigation into marijuana manufacturing in the Milford area. Police received information about a Marijuana grow plot in a wooded area near Milford and were able to locate a large marijuana...

Major Marijuana Bust in Milton

Delaware State Police Sussex Drug Unit and the Sussex Governor’s Task Force conducted an investigation Monday into marijuana manufacturing off of Round Pole Bridge Road in Milton. During the course of their drug investigation, police located 78 Marijuana plants...

River Town, Art Town, Hometown – Downtown Milford Inc.

  This month Downtown Milford Incorporated (DMI) received four 2010 Downtown Delaware Awards for their revitalization efforts.  George Carroll and Chuck Stanko, owners of Dolce Coffee and Bakery, won the award for Outstanding Main Street Merchant.  Gary Emory, Director of...

Milford City Council Focuses on Economic Progress

The City Council meeting tonight, Monday October 11, 2010, focused on the economic future for the city of Milford.  The newly created Economic Development Committee which is chaired by Councilman Garrett Grier and Councilman Doug Morrow has been busy...

The City of Milford – Where Are We Headed?

  The City of Milford and City Council have been working for months to formalize an economic strategy plan for the town of Milford.  Stabilizing rates, creating a business friendly environment, and encouraging economic growth have come to the forefront...

KSI Announces Staff Person of Quarter

Kent-Sussex Industries, Inc. (KSI) recently recognized Juan Deya’, of Bridgeville, as Staff Person of the Quarter. A Production Supervisor employed with KSI since June 2009, Mr. Deya’ is recognized for his versatility and flexibility. While his primary responsibility is to...

Markell: State Hasn’t Been “Honest” With Students

By Michael Short Governor Jack Markell told an audience during Milton's Governor's Day that we need to do a better job of preparing our students for the outside world. Markell spoke before officials and members of the public during a luncheon...

Who We Are

BRYAN SHUPE (MHS '02) is a graduate of the University of Delaware with deep experience in government and political affairs, and a passion for the city of Milford. He has run local political campaigns and been involved in issue...
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Georgetown woman’s children’s book focuses on enduring nature of love

'Kisses on The Wind' follows best friends Sequoia and Mohee, who grow up together exploring nature in their village and then are divided by war.

MHS Girls XC – 2020 Kent co Champs

The Milford High School Girls Cross Country Team prevailed as the 2020 Kent County Champions. Milford placed 5 Girls on the All Kent County...

State should get some COVID-19 vaccine about Dec. 11

'We all wish it were tomorrow,' Dr. Karyl Rattay said, 'but we’re anticipating that we’ll have adequate vaccine for the general population around March.'

Milford Weekly Review – November 24, 2020

Open the Weekly Review PDF Here    This Week's Top Headlines Include: Headlines Celebrate Small Business Saturday in Downtown Milford Culture Delaware Hospice debuts virtual Festival of Trees Saturday Education MSD Certificate...

Undefeated Bucs become Henlopen North Champions

By Kevin Eickman The Milford Buccaneers boys soccer team had completed an undefeated regular season. Following Monday’s final regular-season 3-0 victory against visiting Sussex Central,...
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