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Milford’s grit posts 8-0-1 record

By Kevin Eickman Prior to the start of the season, Milford boys soccer coach Todd French, made it clear that the bar for this season was going to be set high. His feeling was that he had the talent and...

Winter WonderFEST Returns to Hudson Fields

Since 2016, Festival of Cheer, Inc., a non-profit philanthropic organization, has awarded over $150,000 to charitable organizations through their grant program, plans to bring back Winter WonderFEST at Hudson Fields during the holiday season. The event will have limited...

Transportation Officials Adhere to Strict COVID-19 Protocols to Protect Children

by Terry Rogers    Jon LoBiondo, Transportation Supervisor for Milford School District has spent the last few months working with contractors and bus drivers to develop strict protocols on district buses to protect children from COVID-19. LoBiondo stated that he expects...

Food Bank of Delaware Plans Holiday Food Drives

by Terry Rogers   The Food Bank of Delaware has already begun food drives for the upcoming holidays, holding a virtual food drive in order to keep everyone safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Chad Robinson, Community Relations Director, stated that people...

Nemours Milford campus opened Monday for first patients

Nemours Milford Campus, located next to the new Bayhealth Sussex Campus, is now open to patients.  “We are going from a 3,500 square-foot facility to a 35,000 square-foot facility,” Kelly Thomas, RN, Nurse Supervisor, said. “We are excited to have...

City Council Steps Up Utility Bill and Tax Collection Actions

by Terry Rogers     On Monday, November 9, Milford City Finance Director Lou Vitola reported that the City of Milford currently has $479,078 in delinquent property tax accounts. Of those accounts, $249,788 were for years 2019 and prior while $229,290 was...

Some Atlantic beaches in Del., Md. cleared of oily debris

Beaches in Maryland and the southernmost parts of Delaware are no longer affected by the Oct. 20 oil spill, officials said today. Beaches cleared include the part of Cape Henlopen State Park along the Atlantic Ocean, Bethany, South Bethany, Fenwick...

Harrington NAPA Store Under New Ownership

by Terry Rogers     Tim Millman, who purchased the Milford NAPA store on December 2, 2019, announced that, effective November 1, 2020, he and his associates would be the new owner of the Harrington NAPA location. Millman explained that he felt...

10th Street Medical Building Holds Hard Hat Tours

by Terry Rogers     On Thursday, November 5, Silicato Development held hard hat tours of their new 10th Street Medical Building, located by Grotto’s on Route 1. The company hopes to have the new building opened by the end of 2020. “When...

He goes after low-digit license plates: 1, C1, PC1, 2, …

Just 32 items – including 354, C122 and PC65 – will finish Jordan Irazabal’s 13-year quest for photos of Delaware’s lowest license plates, which often have tremendous sentimental and cash value. It all began in 2007 when he saw a...
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COVID-19 Patient leaves Bayhealth after more than 200 days

The caregivers and staff at Bayhealth Hospital, Sussex Campus recently filled the lobby to celebrate as a patient who...

Milford LIVE Weekly Review – January 19, 2021

Open the Weekly Review PDF Here This Week's Top Headlines Include: Headlines MHS Senior participates in MLK Voice 4 Youth finals Culture New photo page, Delaware Community Lens, will...

Young Girls Team Eager to Learn

This year was eagerly anticipated for the Milford girls’ basketball team, with a young team coming back with a year's worth of experience under...

Bucs Fall at Buzzer

Coming into this season, the Milford boys’ basketball team knew it was going to be about learning what it takes to win at...

Bayhealth honors Martin Luther King Jr. Day

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Bayhealth’s Volunteer Services team is gathering food donations for Code Purple in Kent and Sussex counties...
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