Health

10 million pounds of food for the needy in Delaware

The Food Bank of Delaware this month is notching a disturbing number: 10 million pounds of food distributed to families struggling to afford food since COVID-19 restrictions began. The food bank is scheduling drive-thru mobile pantries in all three counties,...

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...

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...

Year of the Nurse spotlight on Felicia Cruz

Geriatric Clinical Nurse Specialist Felicia Cruz, MSN, APRN, AGCNS-BC, RN-BC, knew she wanted to become a nurse when she had the opportunity to complete a shadow day in Bayhealth’s Labor & Delivery (L&D) unit while she was in high...

State requires long-term care facilities to return to weekly testing

  Delaware is investigating the cause of outbreaks of COVID-19 after more than 100 positive cases among residents and staff in three long-term care facilities, two of them in Wilmington. Dr. Karyl Rattay, director of the Division of Public Health, said...

State pushes flu shots in bid to keep people out of hospitals

  The state of Delaware is urging Delawareans to get their flu shots this season partly because a mix of flu cases and COVID-19 could fill hospitals and strain the healthcare system. In Gov. John Carney's weekly COVID-19 press conference Tuesday,...

Here’s where to be tested for COVID-19 in Wilmington this week

NOTE: This story has been updated to reflect a change in times for the testing at Judy Johnson Park. With Delaware COVID-19 infection rates higher than they were a month ago, health officials are urging people to be tested whether...

Mental Health Issues on the Rise

by Terry Rogers The Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report from the Centers for Disease Controls released this week revealed that 41 percent of those who responded to a survey created by the agency reported they faced mental health challenges related...

Nemours updates progress on SE location

by Terry Rogers     On Monday, August 10, Colleen Davis, MSN, MBA, RN of Nemours, presented Milford City Council with an update on the progress of their new Sussex Campus. According to Davis, Nemours is on schedule to open for services...

Milford Lifestyles Fitness Center to open in September

by Terry Rogers  Cara Konlian, CEO of Aquacare Physical Therapy, explained that when the company decided to pursue a fitness endeavor, they knew the Milford Community did not need just another gym. What they wanted to create was a medical...
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MHS Girls XC – 2020 Kent co Champs

The Milford High School Girls Cross Country Team prevailed as the 2020 Kent County Champions. Milford placed 5 Girls...

State should get some COVID-19 vaccine about Dec. 11

'We all wish it were tomorrow,' Dr. Karyl Rattay said, 'but we’re anticipating that we’ll have adequate vaccine for the general population around March.'

Milford Weekly Review – November 24, 2020

Open the Weekly Review PDF Here    This Week's Top Headlines Include: Headlines Celebrate Small Business Saturday in Downtown Milford Culture Delaware Hospice debuts virtual Festival of Trees Saturday Education MSD Certificate...

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 victory against visiting Sussex Central,...

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...
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