Milford Wins Sixth Straight Title

By TJ Millman The Milford Buccaneers earned their sixth straight State Championship this past Saturday, and they made it look easy. Anyone who has been around Milford Head Coach Don Parsley or the Milford Wrestling program knows that even though these wins may look easy, no one on the mat is taking the situation lightly. […]

Bayhealth Sussex Campus Officially Open

by Terry Rogers On Tuesday, February 5, 2019, at around 7 AM, Al Lakomyj of Dover departed Milford Memorial Hospital’s Clarke Avenue campus. He travelled by Carlisle Fire Company ambulance to the front door of the new Bayhealth Sussex Campus about ten minutes later, becoming the first inpatient rehabilitation patient to enter the new facility. […]

The Weekly Review – February 5, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:  Milford Armory Gets New Tenants; Little League Needs Community’s Help; Milford Joins Polar Bear Plunge; City Council Approves Royal Farms Remodel; Jason James Appointed to Milford City Council; Milford Family “Pays It Forward”; Think Outside the Roses for Valentine’s Day; Chief Brown Recognizes Members of MPD; […]

Think Outside the Roses for Valentine’s Day

by Terry Rogers      With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, gifts for your loved one are probably on your mind. According to Bruce Fisher, owner of Plant, Flower and Garden, red roses continue to be the most popular item ordered by customers to send to their beloved but more people are “going off […]

Milford Joins Polar Bear Plunge

The 28th annual Polar Bear Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Delaware included 3,544 “Bears” raising more than $906,000 on Sunday, February 3 in Rehoboth Beach, DE. The air temperature was recorded at 43 degrees and the water 39 degrees during the 1 pm plunge. The event has now raised nearly $12 million in its 28-year […]

Bayhealth Hospital, Sussex Campus Open Feb 5

The Emergency and Trauma Center at the Bayhealth Hospital, Sussex Campus located at 100 Wellness Way, Milford, Delaware, will open for walk-in emergency care for patients starting at 2 a.m. The inpatient move from Bayhealth Milford Memorial to Bayhealth Hospital, Sussex Campus will take place on Feb. 5. Please note, the Bayhealth Outpatient Center, Sussex […]

Riverfront Theater Undergoes Renovation

by Terry Rogers    Normally filled with the sounds of actors rehearsing lines, the sounds of hammers and saws fill the Riverfront Theater right now. According to Tracy Dissinger, the theater us undergoing an extensive renovation. “Currently new piers under the building, footers, subfloors, flooring, doors and more are being replaced,” Dissinger said. “More ladies […]

Keeping Your New Computer Healthy

by Terry Rogers If you found a new electronic device under your tree this year, whether it was a new smartphone, tablet or laptop, you want to keep your machine as healthy as possible. Bryan Eshelman and Pat Coulter of Response Computer Group offered several tips for keeping your computer or phone operating at peak […]

MSD Looks Ahead to 2019

by Terry Rogers  Although Milford School District is actually halfway through the school year, staff and administration continue to adjust and make changes as the new year begins. Superintendent Kevin Dickerson explained that the district continues to focus on students first along with the best way to support their needs as they enter the new […]

Taking Advantage of Itemized Deductions

Julie A. Wagner, CPA – Marshall, Wagner & Associates, P.A. When Congress initiated our modern income tax system with the 16th Amendment to the Constitution in 1913, no one envisioned the massive system of red tape and intricate rules that we have today. As our system grew after World War II, Congress realized that they […]

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