Mitchell Places 26th in FLW Tournament

by Terry Rogers  Kurt Mitchell, who was born and raised in Milford, participated in the Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) Cup in August, the only Delawarean to qualify for the prestigious event. Mitchell has been a professional bass fisherman for four seasons but this is the first time he has qualified for the FLW Cup. “In […]

Lincoln Resident Awarded Mountaire Scholarship

by Terry Rogers   In August, Mountaire Farms, the country’s sixth largest chicken producer, awarded $70,000 in scholarships to students in Delaware and North Carolina. The scholarships, which were $2,500 each, are provided to help children and grandchildren of employees pay for college. Suhey Matamoros of Lincoln was one of the recipients this year. “I […]

The Top 10 Myths About Hospice Everyone Should Know

by Terry Rogers When a loved one is at the end of life, Delaware Hospice offers services that are not only designed to aid the person who is dying but also the family that will be left behind when they are gone. There is no question that hospice offers many services that are extremely beneficial, […]

Milford Wellness Village Welcomes LaRed

by Terry Rogers In celebration of National Health Center Week, Nationwide Health Care Services welcomed LaRed Health Center to the Milford Wellness Village. The site of the former Bayhealth Milford Memorial Hospital campus on Clarke Avenue will be the site of the Wellness Village and LaRed is relocating their Milford location to the campus in […]

Downtown Parking Study Completed

by Terry Rogers   As part of the City’s Comprehensive Plan update, the City contracted Whitman, Requardt & Associates to perform a downtown parking study, through a grant provided by the Dover Kent Metropolitan Planning Organization. The purpose of the study was to determine whether the number and allocation of public parking spaces for downtown […]

Delaware Hospice Provides Help for Final Days

  by Terry Rogers One of the services offered by Delaware Hospice is help during someone’s final days of life, in many cases, allowing them to remain at home where they are more comfortable. As someone nears the end of days, the hospice team’s focus shifts from managing an illness to helping family members navigate […]

12th Man Gridiron Celebrates 12 Years

By Kevin Eickman On Friday night September 13, The Milford High School 12th Man Gridiron Club will indoctrinate four new members into the Hall of Fame. The inductees will be Brandon LeGrand, David Dill, Brandon Kenzierski and Charles “Bucky” Johnson. Over the next few weeks MilfordLIVE will be featuring stories on each of the inductees […]

ILC Dover Celebrates Apollo Moon Landing

by Terry Rogers On Thursday, July 18 ILC Dover celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing with a ceremony that recognized the work done at the company that helped make the landing possible. The spacesuits worn by the astronauts on Apollo 11 were designed and constructed at ILC Dover. “I came to ILC […]

The Weekly Review – July 16, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:   Officers Go Beyond Call of Duty; Hearthstone Manor Residents Concerned About Balcony Issues; 3rd Thursday in Downtown; Schanne Insurance Welcomes Medicare Expert; Hunger Relief Day at Fair, July 22; Beating the Summer Heat Before Air Conditioning; Ribbon cutting celebrates Fort Miles; National FFA Awards Local […]

Beating the Summer Heat Before Air Conditioning

by Terry Rogers     The hot days of summer have arrived in Milford and many people have closed up their homes, cranked up the air conditioner and remained indoors during the oppressive heat. However, it was not that long ago that the residents of Milford didn’t have air conditioning, requiring them to find other […]

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