The Weekly Review – June 18, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:  SODE Torch Run Sweeps State; Library Plans Summer Reading Program; DE Hospice Plans Memorial Walk and 5K Run; MCA Students Graduate to HS; Morgan’s Place Holds Ribbon Cutting; The Fact and Fiction of Drinking Water; Transformed by the Divine Presence; Happy Days Musical Set for July; […]

Library Plans Summer Reading Program

by Terry Rogers The Summer Reading Program at the Milford Public Library kicked off on Friday, June 14 and will run through August 10, offering children of all ages many activities, events and programs designed to encourage reading over the summer months. On Wednesday, June 19, the library will offer the Turtle Dance Music & […]

The Weekly Review – June 11, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:  City Discussed $48million Budget; Free Summer Lunches Offered to Children; Mule Run Meats Offers Full Meals; MHS Bass Club Heads to Nationals; Milford Artist Named Cottage Tour Artist; An Explanation of Confession in the Catholic Church; Valvoline Instant Oil Change Celebrates Grand Opening; Common Running Mistakes […]

Lax Take Tourney Exit in Stride

By Kevin Eickman Time was winding down and there were just a few second left in the opening round State Lacrosse Tournament game between Milford and Salesianum. This was not a moment to discuss strategy or come up with a last minute plan to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. This was just a […]

Roaring 20s Party Photo Gallery

by Terry Rogers     The 5th Annual Roaring 20s Lawn Party at Causey Mansion on Friday, May 17, benefited the Milford Museum. After a long week of work, guests stepped back in time when the only way to enjoy adult beverages was at a speakeasy. Heavy hors d’oeuvres created from dishes that were popular […]

Fitzpatrick Named Ross TOY

Staff Report Coming from a family that boasts four generations of educators, Karen Fitzpatrick knew she wanted to be a teacher. As a young child, she lined up her stuffed animals and played school, eventually realizing her dream after graduating from college and moving to Delaware. Excluding the year and a half she spent teaching […]

MSD Staff Spotlight – Gwen Fountain

by Terry Rogers     Gwen Fountain is still a familiar face around Milford School District despite the fact that she retired several years ago. Currently working as a substitute at Mispillion Elementary, Lulu M. Ross and Milford High School, Fountain spent 16 years at the district in various positions. She came to the district […]

Sail Project to Enhance Downtown, Promote Shipbuilding

by Terry Rogers       The Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) Design Committee was searching for a project that would enhance the downtown area while also paying homage to the shipbuilding industry that was critical to the formation of the town. The Sail Banner Project is designed to fulfill both missions. “The committee’s goal was […]

Richardson Named B&G Youth of the Year

by Terry Rogers Honored as the Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year, Richardson recently competed in the State Youth of the Year competition. Part of the qualifying round required Richardson to write and deliver a speech as well as submit to an interview. “I was nervous during the interview and I […]

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 […]

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