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La Vaquitas Butcher Shop opens in Milford

Guadalupe Hernandez along with her husband, Luis, owners of Bibi’s Restaurant in Milford, noticed that there were not many butcher shops in Milford, especially those who may not have adequate transportation could walk to for fresh meats. When Pavlik’s...

Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware to host drive-thru college fairs

On Sat., May 8, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware held a Drive-Thru College Fair. The free drive-thru event provided families and their students with information that will help them successfully prepare and pay for college. “We’re delighted to...

MHS Job Fair connects employers with applicants

On Tuesday, May 3, Milford High School held a job fair outside the school, with about 40 employers who were seeking applicants for open position. The district reported that about 140 people attended the fair, which was open to...

Dollar General approved for Lincoln

Sussex County Planning and Zoning approved a request from Dollar General to build a new retail location on Johnson Road in Lincoln. The approval in September 2020 followed a denial a few weeks before due to parking issues. The...

UNITED Church to open on Mother’s Day

David Vargas, Campus Pastor for United Church, is excited to see the church begin holding experiences in their new location starting on Mother’s Day. The church has rented space next to Milford Movies 9, owned by Arthur Helmick, and...

MPD officer’s family holds fundraiser for slain Delmar officer

A fundraiser was held for Corporal Keith Heacook, a 22-year veteran of the Delmar Police Department after he was brutally beaten by an assailant in the Yorkshire Estates community on Sunday, April 25. Randon D. Wilkerson was initially charged...

West Shores drainage ponds cause problems

Several homeowners in the West Shores development across from the new hospital are dealing with Certificate of Occupancy issues. The problem is related to drainage ponds that are not properly installed causing flooding issues in the development. “The developer is...

Milford School District offers many supports for students and families

At their regular board meeting, Milford School District Board of Education learned about the many support programs provided to students and families. According to Ashley Norman, Visiting Teacher, the need for supports have increased since the pandemic began in...

DNREC opens new Killens Pond boardwalk

To celebrate Earth Day today, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control cut the ribbon on its new Killens Pond State Park pedestrian boardwalk. The boardwalk will provide a safer trail connection along the eastern edge of...

New Surf & Turf Restaurant ready to open

Steve Akoglu, owner of the new Surf & Turf Restaurant that will be located in the former Bob Evans building at 947 N. DuPont Boulevard, is ready to open the doors after over three years of renovations. He was...
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Council hears DEMEC rate stability measures

Over the winter, after the state of Texas dealt with significant power outages due to winter weather, Councilman Brian...

Annexation Committee recommends limit to property request

In April, Milford City Council unanimously approved an annexation request from Walter and Sharon Feindt, referring the request to the Annexation Committee for review....

New principal named for Sussex Technical High School

A new principal will lead Sussex Technical High School next year, as the longtime principal is moving to a new role to strengthen student...

Abbott’s Mill plans 40th anniversary celebration

On May 22, Abbott’s Mill Nature Center plans to thank the community for their support over the past 40 years with a celebration from...

Fishing tournaments are roaring back across the First State

For some participants, it’s about comradery that comes with tournaments. For others, it's about winning.
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