Local business
MILFORD — Downtown Milford, Inc. announces the appointment of Sara LeBright as the interim director of the organization. Ms. LeBright’s appointment follows Janne Collins retirement …
South Walnut Street in Milford just got a little bit sweeter. After opening its doors Dec. 2, 2023, Stewart’s Gourmet Candy & Snow Cones held a ribbon cutting Saturday afternoon. The family-owned and -operated establishment offers a variety of treats, including freeze-dried candies, chocolate-covered gummy bears, jelly beans and snow cones.
Development
MILFORD— The city of Milford held an open house on Tuesday night to inform the public about the project at the Public Works Facility. People came and expressed their concerns and thoughts as …
Business Organizations
MILFORD—The Food Bank of Delaware has been serving the local community since the first location opened in 2002. However, after years of service and innovative ideas, they were growing out …
Hey, central Delaware and beyond – The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce (CDCC) needs your help. It’s hard to believe this is the last week of September, and October is right around …
Organizations and companies like Faw Casson and Leadership Delaware fielded teams for a friendly kickball tournament at DE Turf sports complex in Frederica on Thursday. The event raised money for the nonprofit that runs the complex.
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Studio B, a print shop that offers booklets, posters, business cards and banners, has opened for business on Northeast Front Street in Milford.
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It was way back in 1946 that Harvey and Violet Marvel opened Milford's Marvel Agency, running the realty business from their home.
WILMINGTON — The  Delaware State Chamber of Commerce  and its affiliate, the  Delaware Manufacturing Association , are seeking to determine the  Coolest Thing Made in …
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Dozens of residents gathered at Monday’s City Council meeting to express their divergent opinions about a plan to build small, pallet-style houses for the homeless population at an undetermined location.
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The downtown Milford area is kicking off 2024 with something new to support its businesses. Jammin’ January is a monthlong event during which downtown shops can run unique promotions for their visitors. There will be a variety of performances, demonstrations, sales and other methods the sites will use to publicize themselves.
Holistic health is a growing concept that can now be found on North Walnut Street in downtown Milford.
MILFORD — The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford, friends and family recently celebrated a ribbon cutting  at Peachy Keen Salon at 606 Milford Harrington Highway. Peachy …
Walmart is known for selling just about everything, but the store on North Dupont Boulevard in Milford has something else to add to that list, and it could be lifesaving. Mammograms via a service called MammogramNow are part of an 18-month pilot program, the first Walmart-based location in the country.
Delaware is always in a constant state of development, so it can be easy to miss new projects. Here’s a compilation of some of the development making its way through planning and zoning agencies in central Delaware:
MILFORD — The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford, friends and family recently celebrated a ribbon cutting/five year anniversary with Evans Armantrading Jr, the CEO and …
GREENWOOD — Delaware Electric Cooperative’s board of directors has voted to return more than $5 million in capital credits to the Cooperative’s member-owners in December. …
Starting this November, the Hertrich Family of Automobile Dealerships is hosting the Seventh Annual Snack Pack the Truck, benefiting the United Service Organizations. Hertrich packs trucks with …
Milford is set to get a new grocery store with a focus on local, quality goods. The Farmacy Market, which will open this fall, is a partnership between two local families: Brian and Sherry Shupe and Chantel and Patrick Helmick.
GREENWOOD — Delaware Electric Cooperative’s Beat the Peak program reached a major milestone in October – the program has now saved members more than $40 million. Beat the Peak …
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