New knick-knacks coming to Milford

MILFORD — Not Too Shabby Home & Décor — a retail location selling an eclectic collection of gifts and collectibles with some repurposed items — is set to open soon, according to Downtown Milford Inc. Partners Bill Payton and Don Vaughan will be hosting a ribbon cutting at the new store on 301 S. Rehoboth Blvd. in Milford.

The store will also be the site of classes.

“We will be sponsoring a variety of workshops especially as they relate to our line of mineral paints,” said Mr. Vaughan in a press release.

The store will be open for holiday shopping on Thursdays 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

For additional information, call 200-0752.

Now open

•Planet Fitness, a 24/7 fitness center, had opened at 696A N. DuPont Blvd., Milford. For more information about Planet Fitness, give them at call at 491-4215 or visit their website at www.planetfitness.com.

•Brain Love Neurotherapy has opened at 19633 Blue Bird Lane, Suite 5; Rehoboth Beach. Brain Love Neurotherapy helps individuals effectively modify atypical brain activity. Email Lauren@brainloveneurotherapy.com or go to www.brainloveneurotherapy.com for more information.

•Brothers Jim and Vince Stinchecum have opened First State Inventory in Lewes. The business provides personal property inventory services for residential and commercial needs. Contact them at 703-9901 or visit www.firststateinventory.com.

Coming soon

•Acopia Home Loans — The lending institution will host a ribbon cutting on Dec. 1 at 4:30 p.m. at their new location on 9 E. Loockerman St. in Dover.

•PAM Rehabilitation Hospital — MedCore Partners and Post Acute Medical, LLC (“PAM”) announced the development of PAM Rehabilitation Hospital of Dover last week. The 42,000-square-foot acute inpatient rehabilitation hospital will provide inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient therapy services to customers. It will be located near the intersection of McKee Road and College Road. They were recently successful at rezoning the site to accommodate the new hospital. Groundbreaking on the new facility it scheduled for December and MedCore expects construction to be complete and ready for patients by the end of 2018.

Did we miss something? Let us know about local business happenings by contacting staff writer Ian Gronau at 741-8272 or newsroom@newszap.com.

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