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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...

Shockley, Just One of Four Key Assistant’s

          By Kevin Eickman It’s been a hectic few weeks in Delaware interscholastic sports. What looked as if a fall season would be taking place in spring, has now become a shorter season played in the fall. One of the more...

MAL to hold Mexican art classes

by Terry Rogers         Gilberto Rodriguez Traditional Mexican Art Mispillion Art League recently announced that Gilberto Rodriguez and Cathy Walls will be teaching a Traditional Mexican Decorative Art class on October 7 from 6 to 8:30 PM at the art league building....

Council approves Trick or Treat

by Terry Rogers    On Monday, September 28, Milford City Council voted unanimously to approve Trick or Treat on Saturday, October 31. The event will take place between the hours of 5 and 8 PM, slightly longer than in previous years...

Police Behavioral Health Unit discussed

by Terry Rogers Councilman Jason James presented a request to Milford City Council to conduct a feasibility study to see what would be involved in adding a Behavioral Health Unit to the Milford Police Department. This unit would respond to...

Sussex Academy Opens to Students

by Terry Rogers     Gina Derrickson, Director of Development at Sussex Academy, is proud of how the students and staff responded to their hybrid model of instruction which began on September 14. Derrickson explained that, despite the challenges of the hybrid...

Year of the Nurse spotlight on Kelly Schelts

It takes some people most of their life to discover what it is that they want to do, but for Bayhealth’s Emergency Center, Smyrna Clinical Coordinator Kelly Schelts, MSN, RN, CEN, she always knew she wanted to be a...
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Merry and scary ways to celebrate fall and Halloween

Halloween and harvest events kick into high gear this weekend, with trunk and treats popping up like pumpkin patches. Here’s...

Milford Zips Caravel 24-0

    By Kevin Eickman This was a game a great many people had wanted to see for a long time: “The Battle of the Bucs.”  The...

Milford football seeks home opener opponent

By DAVE McCALLUM Coming off a resounding 24-0 opening week victory last Friday at Caravel Academy, Milford was looking forward to continuing its momentum this...

State aims for better early childhood ed with new position, grant money

  The state of Delaware has created a $1 million fund to help child care center recoup some of the money they've had to spend...

Milford Armory Becomes Community Center

by Terry Rogers   Lillian Harrison, Housing Director of Delaware Community Reinvestment Act Council (DCRAC), is excited to bring new life to the Milford Armory...
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