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Milford Businessowner concerned about unemployment claims

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Terri Rosetta, co-owner of Milford Diner says she has received at least a dozen unemployment claims for people who have never worked in their restaurant. Last week, Rosetta explained that she received three unemployment claims...

Milford Museum plans Kentucky Derby event

On May 1, Milford Museum will partner with Benvenuto for a Kentucky Derby event “Bowties and Bonnets.” Lisa and Poncho Johnson, owners of Benvenuto, have held a Kentucky Derby party for many years and this year are holding the...

School Board hears student progress statistics

At their regular monthly meeting, Milford School District Board of Education heard information from district staff regarding student progress over the first two marking periods. The information was presented after a request was made at a previous meeting to...

MSD looks to expand autism program at MCA

Milford School District is working on plans to expand the autism program at Milford Central Academy. The district already has solid programs at Evelyn I. Morris Early Childhood Center and Lulu M. Ross Elementary Schools. At the end of...

Milford School Board updated on teacher COVID vaccinations

According to Dr. Jason Peel, Director of Human Services and School Climate at Milford School District, the State of Delaware has been very supportive of education staff when it comes to the availability of the COVID-19 vaccination. Dr. Peel...

Milford School District partners with Read Aloud Delaware

Milford School District has partnered with Read Aloud Delaware to create the Homework Helper Project. The program connects Read Aloud Delaware volunteers with children who may need added assistance. “I believe Read Aloud Delaware reached out to Dr. Kilgore at...

Milford School Board hears projected 2021-22 enrollment figures

On Mon., March 22, Milford School District Board of Education heard projected enrollment numbers for the 2021-22 school year. Dr. Kevin Dickerson, Superintendent, explained that enrollment projections would be critical as the district brings more students back into the...

2021 Senior events discussed

At their regular board meeting, the Milford School District Board of Education heard from Jesse Parsley, Principal of Milford High School, how the school planned to handle senior events that occur during the spring. Due to COVID restrictions, events...

Milford Rotary plans Flags for Heroes

For the past several years, the Milford Rotary has held a Flags for Heroes event, placing flags in Bicentennial Park in recognition of local heroes. Individuals and businesses are able to dedicate a flag in honor of someone they...

Aquacare Physical Therapy celebrates first anniversary

This month, Aquacare Physical Therapy will celebrate its first anniversary in the Milford Wellness Village. The company partners with the Milford Boys and Girls Club to use their pool for therapy and is the only physical therapy organization in...
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Sussex County agrees to reassess property to settle lawsuit

Following New Castle and Kent Counties, Sussex County agreed on April 13 to reassess the value of all real...

Milford, Lincoln Post Offices could relocate

This week, the United States Postal Service announced that it was seeking public input regarding the potential relocation of the Milford Post Office. The...

MHS Drama Club presents A Million Dreams

It’s a dream come true for the members of the Milford High School Drama Club, as they took to the stage to perform their...

Vehicle drives into businesses on Causey Avenue

According to Sergeant Robert Masten of the Milford Police Department, a 75-year old woman pulled from a parking space on Causey Avenue on April...

Long lines started overnight to grab surf tag vouchers Wednesday

Across several Facebook groups,  people posted about long lines and the excitement and disbelief at the surf tag craze.
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