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City Seeks $18.5M for Police Station

by Terry Rogers  On Monday, February 24, Milford City Council discussed several funding options for a new police station. Council looked at the options of...

Milford Ordinance Plant Explosion 75th Anniversary

by Terry Rogers     During World War II, Milford played an important role in the war effort with the establishment of the Milford Ordinance Plant which...

Milford’s Part in the War Effort

By Terry Rogers Before World War I was officially declared, the United States attempted to remain neutral. President Woodrow Wilson warned Germany that submarine warfare...

The Windsor Family

Few other families have had more of an impact on the formation of downtown Milford than the Windsor Family. As owners of the Dorsey,...

Christ Church Stained Windows Receive New Treatment

By Terry Rogers Recently, the stained glass windows in Milford’s historic Christ Church received a new treatment that made the windows visible from the outside...

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Milford veteran receives new roof

by Terry Rogers     Through a partnership with Operation Homefront, a national non-profit whose mission is to build strong, stable and secure military families, Ferris Home...

Preventing falls during colder months

Healthy Aging As the colder months get closer, and the potential for spending more time indoors continues, it’s essential to think about falls prevention. According...

Mispillion Drawbridge undergoing scheduled maintenance

by Terry Rogers Recently, the Mispillion drawbridge has been raised more often than normal, often without boats passing by. According to Delaware Department of Transportation...

Milford Weekly Review – September 22, 2020

Click Here to Open the PDF Weekly Review   September 22, 2020 Headlines of the week: Farm, Nursery Planned for Route 1 Property  Big Draw Offers Virtual, In-Person Activities  Hearthstone...