Fur Baby Pet Resort to renovate vacant building for expansion

MILFORD — Sherry Shupe, her husband, state Rep. Bryan Shupe and their team at Fur Baby Pet Resort have been working their tails off — and it’s paying off. The team announced another expansion, their fourth, Wednesday afternoon from their new building at 301 NE Front St. in Milford. From the outside looking in, it […]

Holiday help: Families in need to receive Thanksgiving meals

MILFORD — “One in five children in Delaware go to bed hungry,” Harry K Foundation Executive Director Laura Glascoe said while watching volunteers load boxes filled with an all-but-cooked Thanksgiving feast into the vehicles of local school officials. The foundation, started by Harry Keswani who owns Atlantic Jewelry in Rehoboth Beach, partners with Perdue Farms, […]

Chamber’s ‘Tastes of Milford’ promotes local eateries

Ever wonder how a city might taste? The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford has an idea. The 13th annual Holiday Auction and Tastes of Milford event will feature 10 of those tastes Thursday night from inside The Rookery North. “The event has been held for the last 12 years to provide attendees with the […]

Gifting smiles: Delaware photographers open Help Portrait to the public in Milford

The luxury of a family portrait is nothing something every family can feasibly afford, John Mollura of Milford says. That’s where Help Portrait photographers start snapping away. The project started more than 10 years ago by photographers in Nashville, Tennessee, and has since spread across the world. It has been offered in Milford for three […]

Milford City Manager announces resignation as of Dec. 31

After nearly four years of service to the city of Milford, City Manager Eric Norenberg will resign as of Dec. 31 this year, according to an email forwarded to the Delaware State News from Mr. Norenberg. Milford Mayor Archie Campbell said the city will begin the process of searching for a new city manager soon. […]

Path to success: Milford’s Riverwalk sees upgrades to support community activities, economy

Looking for a nice night out on the town? Milford officials hope visitors and residents alike can find that right in their own downtown along the more than 30-year-old Riverwalk path. But it needed serious repair to keep it up-to-date and easily accessible for those searching for a long walk or a scenic bicycle ride […]

Dramatic sights: Lake Forest High School Drama Club presents ‘The Miracle Worker’

FELTON – Sight and sound are integral parts of theater productions, but students in Lake Forest High School’s Drama Club are preparing a fall play with less of that in mind. “We’re doing ‘The Miracle Worker’ which is a play about Helen Keller. It’s a dramatic story telling of the type of things her and […]

‘A living history book’: WWII veteran turns 100 years old

MILFORD — Veterans Day is a little sweeter this year for John Lucius Deloach and his family. Red, as he affectionately became known thanks to the color of his hair, turned 100 Tuesday, Oct. 26, with a celebration to make any centenarian proud. Generations of family members gathered inside the Delaware Veterans Home in Milford […]

Milford cheerleaders need help reaching Disney

MILFORD — About two dozen young girls from around the Milford area are planning a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Disney thanks to their dedication to cheerleading through the Pop Warner organization. Cheer mom Kristy Wise said their group of 22 girls will compete in Division Three in Disney as long as they can make it to […]

Full speed ahead: Harrington resident earns career car, cruise from Mary Kay

A Harrington resident has earned a dream come true for many – a brand new car after working hard to meet her goals with Mary Kay. Independent Sales Director Tamra Klotz, owner of The Chair Salon, is now the proud owner of a baby blue Chevy Malibu awarded to her by Mary Kay after meeting, […]

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