Selfish Ambition versus Self-sacrifice

Rev. Anthony Giamello Pastor, St. John the Apostle/St. Bernadette Perhaps you have heard of the ancient Greek legend of Narcissus. He was supposedly the son of a river god. A seer had told his mother that her son must never see his reflection if he were to mature into manhood. For that reason, everything that […]

The Weekly Review – October 16, 2018

Read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/Oct%2016%20(1).pdf Headlines of the week: Haunted Hallways Provides Community Fun; Community Parade Planned for Oct 17; Dark Horse Assists Youth in Sports; Horsemanship Heals those in Need; Walker Writes, Illustrate Youth Novel; Q&A with Jim Purcell; Q&A with Dave Wilson ; Gallery 37 to hold poetry reading ; i.g. Burton breaks […]

Movie Theater Under Contract in Milford

by Terry Rogers   What was once Milford’s first Walmart before becoming a call center for Sitel may soon be a state-of-the-art movie theater in Milford, according to Arthur Helmick, owner of Middletown’s Westown Theater and Newark’s Main Street Theater. “I have the building under contract,” Helmick said. “My intention is to turn it into […]

Investigating Shot Fired Into Residence

On 10.07.2018 at approximately 11:03 pm, officers from the Milford Police Department’s Patrol Division responded to an apartment in the Willows on Lassen Court to a report of a shot fired at a residence. Investigation revealed an occupant fired the shot from a vehicle on Airport Road towards the apartment, striking a window. The bullet […]

Friday Night Lights

By Gary Schofield, ESPN 930AM and 102.1FM There’s nothing that says community more than when a town comes together to support their local kids and this is never more evident this time of year than on Friday nights on Delmarva. Whether your kids are playing, cheering or in the marching band the smell in the […]

Bucs Bounce Bulldogs 33-6

By Kevin Eickman The Milford Buccaneers earned their third consecutive victory of the season as they came out victorious thanks to a solid effort in all three phases of the game. While the 33-6 score might look a little lopsided, make no mistake about it this was a battle of attrition that Milford was able […]

City Corrects Electric Billing Error

Released by City of Milford The City of Milford is correcting an error that led to residential utility customers being charged approximately seven percent more for electric usage during “summer” months. “We sincerely apologize for this mistake. We will make this right and reimburse all customers as soon as possible,” stated City Manager Eric Norenberg. […]

The Weekly Review – October 2, 2018

Read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/Oct%202-3.pdf Headlines of the week: Oktoberfest Celebrates Fall Season; TADA to Move to New Location; Townhouse Project Begins in Downtown; MHS Continues Haunted Hallways Tradition; Jason Adkins Opens New Law Office; Bayhealth Adds Lung, Colorectal Cancer Nurses; Flu Prevention Starts Now, Urges DPH; Waitng on historic piece from Terry; Corvette Club […]

Police Operation Leads To Multiple Arrests

On 09/25/2018, the Milford Police Department Drug Unit with the assistance of Dover Police Department’s Safe Street Unit and Drug Unit conducted an operation in Bicentennial/Memorial parks and Milford’s 4th Ward. The operation resulted in several arrests ranging from city ordinance violations to drug arrests. The operation resulted in the following arrests: Lauren Merchant, 36 […]

The Weekly Review – September 25, 2018

Read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/Sept%2025-2.pdf  Headlines of the week: Ladybug Festival Celebrates Women in Music, Milford Celebrates 231st Birthday, Milford Student Focuses on Hispanic Community,MPD Recognized For Life Saving Efforts, Wyatt Brisbane Earns Eagle Scout, St. John’s Offers Religious Education Program, FFA Excels at Regional Competition, Milford to Holds Parking Workshops, Kids and Rainy Days […]

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