The Weekly Review – February 19, 2019

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:  Gentleman’s Leadership Teaches Life Skills; New Mediterranean Café to Open Downtown; Governor Carney Holds Town Hall Meeting; Firefighter changing lives with postcards; Dolce to Open Second Milford Location; Milford Drama to Present Cinderella; Fleishman First Solo Show in DE; Career and Technical Education Month; Love your […]

Milford Family “Pays It Forward”

by Terry Rogers  In December, the Delaware Electric Cooperative, as they do most years, returned capital credits to members who belonged to the coop during certain years. Any customers who were no longer members were mailed checks to their last known address. Laurie Coventry explained that her daughter, Megan Moser, received a check made out […]

Jason James Appointed to Milford City Council

by Terry Rogers     On Monday, January 28, Jason James Sr. was appointed to Milford City Council to serve out the term vacated earlier in the evening by James Starling Sr. Mayor Archie Campbell read the resignation letter submitted by Councilman Starling on January 15. “As of January 15, 2019 please accept my letter […]

Mispillion Elementary Honor Roll

Second Marking Period Honor Roll 2018-19 SY 1ST GRADE Raylen Allen, Randy Benson, Hunter Blizzard, Paden Bowen, Christopher Browning Jr., Aiden Burgholzer, Quinn Carmean, Kalob Clendaniel, Sofie Cornell, Fareed Cromartie, Madelyn Duphily, Isabella Eckert, Aubrie Fitzhugh, Cassandra Fleurentus, Celso Flores-Rabadan, Jayven Freeman, Berat Gungor, Elijah Hansen, Cameron Horsey, Emma Johnson, Jared Jovel, Chase Kimmey, Madison […]

Recovering from a stroke takes a community

When the text message from her running accountability partner came in at 5 a.m., Dr. Funmilayo “Funmi” Aranmolate, an optometrist in the U.S. Air Force, laced up her running shoes for an outdoor run. But she says divine intervention stopped her from heading out the door, and instead she completed the workout at home. Unfortunately, […]

Local Mom Makes Difference with Homeless

By Taylor Shunk You don’t often hear of a mother with six kids having time to help others but Nikki Gonzalez is no ordinary mom. For the last 5 years, Gonzalez has been the executive director of Code Purple Sussex County which provides emergency nighttime shelters for the homeless. Gonzalez originally began volunteering with sex […]

The Weekly Review – January 8, 2019

Read this week’s edition at    Headlines of the week:   Mule Run Meats Accepting Christmas Trees;Local Legislatures Discuss New Year;Local Mom Makes Difference with Homeless; Founder of Mama Maria’s Turns 80; DE Hospice Staff Receives National Certification; Abbott’s Grill to Close January 12; DFCU Provides Financial Literacy to Students; Letter From Del-One’s CEO Williams PLUS […]

Abbott’s Grill to Close January 12

by Terry Rogers     Kevin Reading announced on December 15 that he and Laura Burton would be closing the Milford Abbott’s Grill location at the end of his lease in January unless he could find a partner for his business that would allow him to turn the location into an event space. Reading hoped […]

DFCU Provides Financial Literacy to Students

During the month of November Everett Meredith Middle School, part of the Appoquinimik school district in Middletown, Delaware, was visited by Dover Federal Credit Union Community Relations Officer, Susan Yocum, and Dover FCU Middletown Branch Manager, Megan Seaser. Providing financial literacy to the entire 8th grade class, a total of 306 students, Ms. Yocum and […]

DNREC Promotes January Deer Hunting

DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife is promoting the January opening of additional Delaware deer hunting seasons, which extend opportunities for hunters to harvest deer during the 2018/19 hunting season. The following deer hunting seasons open in January: · Handgun Deer*: Jan. 5 – 12, except for Sunday, Jan. 6 · Shotgun Deer*: Jan. 19 […]

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