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Softball Swinging Better

It was all there for the taking by the Lady Buccaneers softball team last Friday, as Milford traveled to Woodbridge to battle the Blue Raiders. Having covered Milford softball for over 10 years, this is without a doubt one...

Bucs overcome slow start for 12-8 Battle of Bat baseball win over rival Lake Forest

When a big hit was needed, Aydin Zimmerman was there to deliver it. Again and again. The Milford High junior registered four hits and drove in a game-high five runs to lead the Buccaneers to a 12-8 victory in the...

Baseball Off To 2-1 Start

Coming into this season, Milford baseball coach Nick Brannan had lots of questions he was looking for answers to. Following Monday’s game against Sussex Academy, Brannan is still looking for answers. Although Milford would emerge victorious with an 8-2...

Determined Sylvester Headed to Goldey-Beacom

Every athlete has a story, every athlete must overcome some form of adversity in one way or another. Soon-to-be Milford graduate Connor Sylvester is one such athlete. It has been a long road for Sylvester, as his primary battle...

Reed, Milford softball excited to finally start swinging this spring

She’s been waiting a long time, but Mackenzie Reed is finally set to begin her tenure as the head softball coach at Milford High. With last year’s spring season wiped out due to the Coronavirus pandemic, first-year coach Reed has...

Kemmerlin ready to take on first season as Milford girls’ soccer coach

When he was in high school, soccer wasn’t even a thought for Prince Kemmerlin. “Not a chance,” laughed the former Milford High standout who used to spend his fall Friday nights running up and down the football field, not kicking...

Lacrosse Returns to Action

Last spring was supposed to be a big one for Milford boys’ lacrosse, with a team full of upper-classmen, full of experience and skill, the bar was set high for the Buccaneers. Then came COVID and a season of...

Bucs Baseball is Back

It was almost a year to the day, when I conducted interviews for what was supposed to be the Milford baseball preview for the 2020 season. Although it was unknown at the time, that season would not be...

Thode, Grant Take Wrestling Titles

In a wrestling season that many people thought wouldn’t happen, Milford not only had a solid season, but also faired quite well in the just completed Delaware State Wrestling Tournament. The Buccaneers had four wrestlers qualify for the finals,...

Bucs Have Five in Wrestling Semifinals

With 32-man brackets in this year’s DIAA Individual/Team Championships, it was thought that there might be some major upsets along the way to muddy the waters. After the first two days of competition however, there have been few upsets...
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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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