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Not Too Shabby Rises from the Ashes

by Terry Rogers Not Too Shabby owners Don Vaughan and Will Payton spent Tuesday, December 3, 2019 getting ready for their annual Open House that was scheduled for that Saturday. Payton created flowers for a funeral the next day, working...

Oil spill has potential for serious effects, UD expert says

There’s potential for “some very serious consequences” from this week’s oil spill on Sussex County beaches, a University of Delaware expert said today. “The true consequences of this exact oil spill event are unknown at this point,” said Edward A....

Milford Weekly Review – October 20, 2020

Milford live weekly review is here for October 20, 2020.

Young field hockey team aims for consistency

  By Kevin Eickman Coming off a 6-9 season last year and a young team overall, Milford High School field hockey coach Andrea McPike is looking for one thing first and foremost, consistency. “We have a great deal of underclassmen who...

Football faces the unknown

By Kevin Eickman Like all fall sports in Delaware, Milford football is learning to adapt. Following last year's return to Division I, Milford has a schedule sprinkled with foes from the past, as well as a new team that shares...

Oil spill washes ashore at Broadkill Beach

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control responded this afternoon to reports of an oil spill estimated at five barrels or about 215 gallons of oil from an unknown source that washed ashore at Broadkill Beach. DNREC’s Emergency...

Run for the Arts Planned for Halloween Weekend

by Terry Rogers     Mispillion Art League is not letting a pandemic stop their annual Run for the Arts. The 3rd Annual Run for the Arts will be a virtual event held October 31 through November 1, giving each participant 48...

Libraries step up to pandemic by offering more services

  “Libraries are not just about books,” said Jerry Keiser, executive director of the Seaford District Library. “We’re more of the heart of the community.” That concept is why it’s welcome news that Delaware libraries are doing more to help a society transformed by...

Celebrating Manufacturing Month:  Dentsply Sirona

By Terry Rogers     The month of October has been designated Manufacturing Month and, in celebration, Milford Live will be highlighting the manufacturing companies that make Milford great. The first in our series is Dentsply Sirona, normally referred to by Milfordians...

Milford’s Webb Competes for Delaware Teacher of the Year

by Terry Rogers     On Tuesday, October 13, Kimberly Webb, a 4th Grade teacher at Lulu Ross Elementary School, competed for the title of 2021 Delaware Teacher of the Year. The ceremony was held virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic....
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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...

Field hockey has tough week

By Kevin Eickman There are times when you look at a box score and just shake your head when you compare it to the game’s...

COVID-19 flips football schedule

By Kevin Eickman It has been a concern that every fall sports program in Delaware has had all season long, COVID reaching in and disrupting...

Give this horseshoe crab a lift, and help protect Delaware tidal waters

The horseshoe crab -- Delaware's official state marine animal -- is important to the area's ecology because its eggs feed migrating birds.

Milford Parks and Recreation Offers Winter Programs

by Terry Rogers     Registration is now open for the 2020-21 Milford Parks and Recreation Winter Sports programs. According to Nan Martino, Coordinator, the organization was...
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