Community Parade Planned for Oct 17

by Terry Rogers On Wednesday, one of the most anticipated fall events will “step off” in Milford when the Milford Community Parade begins at 6:30 PM. The parade marches along Walnut Street, starting at the former Milford Middle School building and ending at the Milford High School football stadium. This year’s theme is “Autumn Spooktacular.” […]

Milford Expands Allied Health Program

by Terry Rogers     According to Patricia Ayers, Health Sciences instructor at Milford Central Academy, the United States will need to hire 2.3 million new healthcare workers by 2025 in order to adequately take care of an aging population based on research conducted by Mercer’s US Healthcare Analysis Report. A few years ago, Milford […]

Movie Theater Under Contract in Milford

by Terry Rogers   What was once Milford’s first Walmart before becoming a call center for Sitel may soon be a state-of-the-art movie theater in Milford, according to Arthur Helmick, owner of Middletown’s Westown Theater and Newark’s Main Street Theater. “I have the building under contract,” Helmick said. “My intention is to turn it into […]

The Weekly Review – October 9, 2018

Read this week’s edition at  Headlines of the week: Movie Theatre Under Contract in Milford; Milford Expands Allied Health Program; Safety Patrol Induction Promotes Leadership; City Corrects Electric Billing Error; Milford Middle School Discussion Continues; acquires Barton Mini-Storage; KSI’s Pre-Vocational program Builds Confidence; Dover Federal names Setnar as Chief Lending Officer PLUS SPORTS including […]

Bucs Bounce Bulldogs 33-6

By Kevin Eickman The Milford Buccaneers earned their third consecutive victory of the season as they came out victorious thanks to a solid effort in all three phases of the game. While the 33-6 score might look a little lopsided, make no mistake about it this was a battle of attrition that Milford was able […]

Townhouse Project Begins in Downtown

by Terry Rogers   Construction is almost complete on the first of the Milford “Strong Neighborhood” houses, with construction on eight more to begin in the Spring of 2019.  Proposed by Milford Housing Development Corporation, with Dan Bond and John DiTomasso in private partnership and with the cooperation of the City of Milford, the project […]

The Weekly Review – October 2, 2018

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week: Oktoberfest Celebrates Fall Season; TADA to Move to New Location; Townhouse Project Begins in Downtown; MHS Continues Haunted Hallways Tradition; Jason Adkins Opens New Law Office; Bayhealth Adds Lung, Colorectal Cancer Nurses; Flu Prevention Starts Now, Urges DPH; Waitng on historic piece from Terry; Corvette Club […]

MHS Continues Haunted Hallways Tradition

Milford Senior High School (MHS) students are busily preparing for their 5th Annual Haunted Hallways. Each year over 2,000 Milford community members have attended this event, and this year the crowd may be even larger. It involves several student groups who join together by the desire to offer community children, who are 12 and under, […]

TADA to Move to New Location

by Terry Rogers     Soon, the former Argo’s Linoleum location will be filled with twirling ballerinas and tap dancers when Tatiana Akinfieva Dance Academy (TADA) and Diamond Dance Company (DDC) move to the building. According to Aimee Voshell String, TADA Director, the organization had known for several years that they would need to find […]

Bucs Beat Blue Jays 49-8

By Kevin Eickman It was the kind of night fall football was made for. With a hint of autumn in the air and the sky taking a brief respite from dumping rain on everyone, the weather was perfect as Milford traveled to Seaford to battle the Blue jays. With both teams sporting a 1-2 record […]

Log in | Copyright 2010-2012 Milford LIVE, LLC. 805 Joshua Dr., Milford, DE 19963