Milford

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8:45 am
Fri October 3, 2014

Community Remembers 10 Year Old Girl Killed in DE Car Crash

Christina Stevens

At the Banneker Elementary School in Milford they are remembering 10-year old Christina Stevens who was killed in a car accident on Wednesday afternoon.

She died when her 20-year old brother Alexander Jackson lost control of his vehicle striking a ditch and ultimately slamming into some trees on North Old Road in the Ellendale area.

Jackson and two other siblings were injured in the crash.

A memorial was set up in front of Stevens’s desk.

On Thursday morning Milford Superintendent Phyllis Kohel told WBOC that the community was in shock at her loss.

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8:31 am
Mon September 10, 2012

Bridge in Milford Closed for Repairs

Road Work, fotosearch.com

This morning work crews will shut down a bridge along Washington Street over the Mispillion River in Milford through November 30thfor repairs.


The Delaware Department of Transportation is replacing the existing superstructure with steel beams and a concrete deck.


In addition, there will be minor renovations of the roadway ap­proach and sidewalks as well as repair of cracks and spalls in the concrete abutments and placement of riprap in the stream to prevent scour. 

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2:32 pm
Fri August 24, 2012

Dropping Water Levels in Milford's Silver Lake

Silver Lake, dnr.wi.gov

MILFORD, Del. (AP) - Delaware state environmental officials are monitoring dropping water levels in Milford's Silver Lake.


Officials said Friday that engineers and biologists have been at the site since Wednesday, and that a preliminary assessment has found no problems with the dam's embankment. Frank Piorko, director of the Division of Watershed Stewardship, says investigators believe the change in water levels is due to rotted timbers at the pond outlet.

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8:34 am
Mon July 16, 2012

Delaware Food Bank Expands in Sourthern Part of State

The Food Bank of Delaware is expanding its operations in the southern part of the state.

The organization already helps to feed more than one of every four Delawareans.

And the non-profit will start a $2.8 million expansion at its Milford branch to serve the state’s fastest growing needy population.

Chief Executive Officer Patricia Beebe said that residents of Kent and Sussex counties are depending on the Food Bank to increase its effort to provide hunger-relief and job training in the southern part of the state.

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