Keeping Meaning in the Christmas Season

by Terry Rogers Christmas is a week away and many families are busy with all the preparations for the big day. With all the parties to attend, cookies to bake and presents to wrap, it is easy to forget that there is a reason for the Christmas season. Judy Purcell, Education Director for St. John […]

Bucs Drop First Real Test

By TJ Millman After a hot 3-0 start, the Milford Boys Basketball Team met their first real test last Thursday in the visiting Woodbridge Raiders by a score of 69-45. The Raiders swept Milford last year at home and away, and the game was electric from the opening tip-off. So far this year the Bucs […]

Project Supports DE Foster Children

Volunteers delivered the first hand sewn, sturdy duffle bags from The Lower Delaware Duffle Bag Project to caseworkers of the Delaware Division of Family Services in November. Funders and volunteers of the project, including the Perdue Foundation, were on hand to celebrate the first gift of bags. The project makes bags for the 240 children […]

The Weekly Review – December 11, 2018

Read this week’s edition at Headlines of the week:  Former Bob Evans to Become Steak Restaurant; Downtown Celebrates 13th Holiday Stroll; TLC 40th Anniversary; Milford Christmas Traditions of the Past; Bayhealth Festival of Trees Supports employees; MHS Student Dies from Accident; Project Support DE Foster Children; Sober Living Keeps Families Together; Troopers Make Annual Holiday […]

TLC Celebrates 40th Anniversary

by Terry Rogers     On Friday, December 7, The Learning Center, better known as TLC, celebrated its 40th Anniversary with a small reception and presentation. Cheryl Clendaniel, Administrator for the Center, who has been at the Center for over 35 years, explained Mary Ann Hall and Dot McQuaid, who started the Center in 1978, […]

Creasey to Run Boston Marathon in Brother’s Memory

by Terry Rogers     In August 2017, Jackie Creasey moved to Boston, five months before her younger brother, Alex, took his own life at just 19 years old. In April 2019, Creasey will run the Boston Marathon for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in memory of her brother. She has created a crowdfunding […]

MSD Spotlight:  Edna Rust

by Terry Rogers     Once a fixture in the Milford High School Guidance Office, Edna Rust is now secretary to Superintendent Dr. Kevin Dickerson. Rust began her career at Milford School District over 25 years ago. “Edna Rust has been a shining star of the Milford School District for over 30 years,” Dickerson said. […]

Georgetown Man Arrested For Burglary

On 11/04/2018 at approximately 7:56 p.m., the Milford Police Department Patrol Division was dispatched to a possible burglary in progress in the 100 block of SE Second St. The reporting person advised that they observed approximately 3 sets of flashlights on in an abandoned residence. Officers responded to the residence and located three subjects inside […]

Milford Named Village of the Year

by Terry Rogers     Kent County Tourism recently announced that Milford has been named the 2018 Village of the Year. The City will be recognized for the award at the Annual Celebration of Tourism Luncheon and Awards Ceremony on Friday, November 9. In addition to the town’s recognition, Downtown Milford, Inc., the Chamber of […]

Groundbreaking Held for Slaughter Beach Boardwalk

by Terry Rogers   On Thursday, October 18, as a blustery wind blew across the Delaware Bay, Governor Jack Markell, local legislators and council members stood along the marshes in Slaughter Beach to break ground for a new boardwalk that is scheduled for completion in the spring. Mayor Harry Ward of Slaughter Beach kicked off […]

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