The Weekly Review – April 9, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:  Roadway Improvements Planned Near Bayhealth Campus; Committee Recommends New Middle School; Youth Projects Recognized by Council; Community Helps Little League Repairs; A Look Back: Sussex Poultry Company; Behavior Specialist Focuses on Positives; Free Skin Cancer Screenings in May; DFCU Supports Green Beret Project; Little Hacks for […]

Milford Graduate to Become Law School Dean

by Terry Rogers     Michael McGinniss, Esq., who graduated from Milford High School in 1986, recently accepted a position as Dean of the University of North Dakota School of Law. McGinniss is a nationally recognized scholar in legal professional responsibility and ethics. “I am excited about this new opportunity,” McGinniss said. “As the dean, […]

Jackson-Sample Encourages Students to Try New Foods

by Terry Rogers When Wanda Jackson-Sample moved to Delaware, she initially planned to pursue a career as a nurse’s aide. However, she had let her license lapse which would make that career choice more difficult. A friend told her to look into substituting in one of the cafeterias at Milford School District. Jackson-Sample applied at […]

Spring has Sprung in Milford

Guest Writer Ed Tyll, WXDE-FM, Midday Host As my second spring in Milford arrives, the bright sunshine and the brisk winds are already sweeping Walnut Street. Walking along the Mispillion, I’m seeing the blossoms trying to poke through and the green tips of the trees sprouting and I notice I am in a good mood. […]

Foot Patrol Results In Drug Arrest

On 03.22.2019, at approximately 10:23 pm, officers from the Milford Police Department conducting a proactive foot patrol in Brightway Commons arrested three men following a brief drug investigation. While on the foot patrol officers contacted the three men after suspicious activity was observed that the officers believed to possibly be drug related. As a result […]

Milford Chef to Appear on Beat Bobby Flay

by Terry Rogers   Bill Clifton, executive chef and co-owner of the Counting House restaurant in Georgetown, says that cooking in front of a camera was not difficult at all when he filmed an episode of “Beat Bobby Flay” about a year ago. What was difficult was the 12 hours it took to film the […]

Local Legislators Donate Stop Signs

by Terry Rogers   On Friday, March 15, local legislators and City of Milford officials attached a new stop sign between the Milford Museum and the City of Milford Customer Service Office. The sign was one of 400 funded by Representatives Charles Postles and Bryan Shupe as well as Senator Dave Wilson. “These are critical […]

History of Daylight Saving Time

by Terry Rogers On Sunday, the majority of the United States turned their clocks back one hour in order to start Daylight saving time. There are many myths and rumors regarding the practice including who developed the idea and why the country started changing clocks initially. Daylight saving time began in the United States on […]

Violating No Contact Order

On 02.24.2019 officers from the Milford Police Department’s Patrol Division responded to an apartment in Mispillion Apartments to a domestic related incident. Upon arrival officers learned Cristofer M. Jackson, 29 of Ellendale, entered the apartment without permission through a sliding glass door. After repeatedly being asked to leave Mr. Jackson failed to do so. It’s […]

Boys & Girls Club Celebrates 10 Years

by Terry Rogers On February 27, the Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club will celebrate 10 years at their location of Airport Road. The celebration will honor volunteers and donors who helped make the club a success as well as those who helped take the new building from a dream to a reality. The organization […]

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