Celebrate Milford’s 231st Birthday, Sept 20

Released by Downtown Milford Inc. Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) is excited to host the City of Milford’s 231st Birthday Celebration at their monthly Third Thursday event on Thursday, September 20 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. From 5pm – 8pm, Downtown Milford businesses will be open with extended hours and shoppers, visitors, and attendees are encouraged to […]

Milford Wendy’s Undergoes Facelift

by Terry Rogers **UPDATE** – After this article was released, the owners of Wendy’s contacted our staff to say that due to the condition of the building, they have decided to close this location. “I am not sure what the actual issue was with the building, but there were structural problems that prevented us from […]

General Election Candidates’ Forum

Released by Greater Lincoln Civic Association General Election Candidates’ Forum Thursday, September 20 at 7 pm US Senate, Congress, DE Treasurer, Auditor, Attorney General, DE State Senator: Dave Wilson vs. James Purcell & DE Representative: Bryan Shupe vs. Donald Allan, etc. These candidates will be on DE’s November 6, 2018 General Election Ballots. Lincoln Community […]

Bucs Football Test Themselves Early

By TJ Millman Milford Football moved to 0-2 this past Saturday, after taking a tough 37-7 loss against Delaware Military Academy up at Wilmington’s Baynard Stadium. The Bucs have lost their first two games by a combined score of 67-20, but it is a start that Milford Head Coach Shaun Strickland has dealt with before. […]

Keesler-Evans Shines as Lady Bucs Fall

By TJ Millman If you were looking for a bright spot in Milford’s 4-1 field hockey loss to Poly Tech last Wednesday, it would have to be the play of sophomore goalie Isabella Keesler-Evans. Bella faced 27 shots, turning away 23, in her first varsity start as the number one goalie. Milford has had the […]

Traffic Stop Leads To Drug Arrest

On 9/13/2018 at approximately 8:32 a.m., a Milford Police Department Patrol Officer was on routine patrol in the area of Northwest 10th Street, Milford, Kent County, DE when the officer observed 1996 Gray Chevrolet Capris traveling eastbound on NW 10th Street. The officer conducted a registration check on the vehicle and learned that the registration […]

Flash Flood Causes Damage to Downtown

by Terry Rogers  On Tuesday, September 11, a thunderstorm with heavy rain caused a flash flood in downtown Milford, leading to flooded homes and businesses. Photos and videos on social media showed water deep enough in the parking lot of Arena’s and Fur-Baby Boutique for kayaking and canoeing. Angela Dorey of Dorey Insurance posted video […]

Riverwalk Deck Repairs Underway

by Terry Rogers   In early August, a local construction company began replacing deck boards on pedestrian bridges throughout the Riverwalk with engineered lumber. The last of the bridges was completed in early September. Over the next few months, the remainder of the decking will be replaced with composite deck boards that are more durable […]

The Weekly Review – September 11, 2018

Read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/Sept%2011-2.pdf  Headlines of the week: Local families Start New School Year; Riverwalk Deck Repairs Underway; Duffy, Bloodsworth Named Hometown Heroes; Geyer Golf Tournament Planned for September; Bayhealth Sussex Campus Reaches Major Milestone; Ending the nag of knee pain; Winning way to go back to school PLUS SPORTS  Bucs Drop Opener 30-13 and 2008 Title Team Inducted Into HOF.       […]

Duffy, Bloodsworth Named Hometown Heroes

by Terry Rogers  On Saturday, September 8, at the Riverwalk Freedom Festival, MilfordLIVE owner Bryan Shupe presented Fred Duffy and Corporal Theresa Bloodsworth with the 2018 Hometown Heroes Award. The award is presented annually to two people who have selflessly given back to the community. Bloodsworth is an officer with the Milford Police Department and […]

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