Jammin’ January kicks off in downtown Milford

Terry RogersBusiness, Headlines, Milford Headline Story

With the holiday season behind us, Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) hopes to keep the excitement going downtown with a brand new event, Jammin’ January. For the month of January, downtown merchants will offer specials, whether it be fun entertainment, crafts or specialty items. “It seemed like this holiday season was extra special downtown,” Janne Collins, Executive Director of DMI said. …

The Farmacy Market

Milford’s new ‘Farmacy Market’ grew out of an abundant garden

Betsy PriceBusiness, Headlines

  A new market in Milford hopes to help the community harness the nutritional power of locally grown produce and regionally made products. The Farmacy Market at 28 South Walnut St., near My Sister’s Fault Bakery, hosted invited friends and family Wednesday and will formally open Saturday for Small Business Saturday. It has its roots in a scary episode of …

Milford Downtown Dessert Tour a huge success

Terry RogersBusiness, Headlines, Milford Headline Story

Milford’s Downtown Dessert Tour, held Saturday, October 14, was a huge success, according to the businesses that participated in the event. Dolce, My Sister’s Fault, Fortunata’s and Rosita’s Bakery welcomed hundreds into their bakeries as people braved the rainy weather. “How do we even begin?” My Sister’s Fault posted on social media. “The Milford Downtown Dessert Tour turned out unbelievably …

Milford Downtown Dessert Tour returns on October 14

Terry RogersBusiness, Culture, Headlines, Milford Headline Story

In celebration of National Dessert Day, several downtown merchants have teamed up for Milford’s Downtown Dessert Tour on Saturday, October 14. Participating bakeries include Fortunata’s, Rosita’s Bakery, Dolce and My Sister’s Fault. “This began before COVID,” Angie Robles of My Sister’s Fault, who is spearheading the event, said. “We could not wait to bring it back. We reached out to …

MilfordLIVE Weekly Review – July 25, 2023

Sonja FreyMilford-live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include: ABLE accounts designed to help those with disabilities save City explains permit fee process MPD to participate in Cops and Bobber Click on the image below to view as a PDF

Renovations complete in My Sister’s Fault

Terry RogersBusiness, Headlines, Milford Headline Story

Sisters Angi and Rous Robles began their small Puerto Rican restaurant five years ago, renting a space in the historic Milford Chronicle building on Southwest Front Street. The business, named to reflect the closeness of the two sisters who said that if it did not work out, they could always say it was “my sister’s fault,” the restaurant was an …


Bodhi Kitchen opens in Rehoboth; My Sister’s Fault reopens

Pam GeorgeCulture, Headlines

Right on schedule, Bodhi Kitchen opened this week in downtown Rehoboth. This is the second new project for the culinary minds behind Drift, and it seems as though Bodhi will make a similar splash in the coastal resort town.  There’s no missing the theme. Cocktails sport names like Happy Buddha, East Meets West and Quiet Meditation, and the menu features …

Governor Carney visits Milford to celebrate DEWins!

Betsy PriceBusiness, Headlines

Governor Carney and Eric Williams, owner of Mispillion Brewing as they celebrate the DEWins! program Governor John Carney visited the Milford area on Fri., June 25 to speak to business owners who participated in the DEWins! program. The program is designed to encourage people to get the COVID-19 vaccination in an effort to win prizes or receive incentives from a …