The Weekly Review – February 26, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:  Broadkill Store Under New Ownership; DMI hosts St. Patrick’s Weekend Events; Boys & Girls Club Celebrates 10 Years; GOTR Motivates Young Girls; Kenton not a typical college senior; Marine Science discussed at MSD Science Night; Notice to Qualified Voters in City of Milford PLUS SPORTS including […]

Dolce to Open Second Milford Location

Dolce Bakery and Coffee Shop owners Dean and Stephenie Tatman announced the opening of a Dolce Coffee Bar in the lobby of the new 10th Street Medical facility next to the Milford Grotto’s. “We are excited and humbled for the opportunity to serve the community in this capacity. The circumstances that led us here and […]

New Mediterranean Café to Open Downtown

by Terry Rogers Nancy Chirdon Forster is well-known in Milford for her culinary ability. Forster operated Nancy’s Café for many years before opening her cooking school in the location where My Sister’s Fault is currently located. When Petite Sweets announced that they were closing, Sheridan says friends from Milford contacted her immediately about the available […]

The Weekly Review – February 19, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:  Gentleman’s Leadership Teaches Life Skills; New Mediterranean Café to Open Downtown; Governor Carney Holds Town Hall Meeting; Firefighter changing lives with postcards; Dolce to Open Second Milford Location; Milford Drama to Present Cinderella; Fleishman First Solo Show in DE; Career and Technical Education Month; Love your […]

Firefighter changing lives with postcards

By Taylor Shunk There have been many changes in fire fighter Trey Small’s life but his love of helping others has never wavered. For the last 18 years Small has worked in numerous fire-fighting related jobs but it wasn’t something he thought he would ever be able to do. “Originally I had planned to join […]

Gentleman’s Leadership Teaches Life Skills

By Taylor Shunk Robert McPhatter and Bobby Croce are making a difference in the lives of a group of boys at Mispillion Elementary School. “We saw a need at the school,” said McPhatter. “A lot of the young boys seemed to be lacking a male role model.” With the support of the administration, four years […]

Families Participate in ELympics Finals

by Terry Rogers On Saturday, February 9, elementary school English Learners in Milford School District competed in the ELympics District Finals at Lulu M. Ross Elementary School. Participants were in grades one through five and all were students for whom English is a second language. “We are honored to have everyone join us in supporting […]

The Weekly Review – February 12, 2019

Read this week’s edition at  Headlines of the week:  Bayhealth Sussex Campus Officially Open; Families Participate in ELympics Finals; Land Purchase for Proposed Police Station Approved; Fisher Retires After 57 Years; Jennifer Wiley Marshall Street Project Underway; Veteran turns trash into treasure; Elementary Students Share Investigative Skills; Oplinger Receives Women’s Club Scholarship PLUS SPORTS including […]

Jennifer Wiley Marshall Street Project Underway

by Terry Rogers     On January 15, 2019, Beracah Homes set two new houses on two vacant lots on Marshall Street. One was placed on a lot where a home had been demolished in late 2018 while the other was set on a vacant lot next to a home owned by the late Jennifer […]

Land Purchase for Proposed Police Station Approved

by Terry Rogers On Monday, January 28, Milford City Council approved the purchase of the GROWMARK FS, LLC property as well as A1 Glass Company located across from the current police station. The City is in the process of planning for a new police station. Council also approved a contract with Becker Morgan Group who […]

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