Tag Archives: history

Know Your (Governors) Road

By Adam Pettengell, in Uncategorized

How important is you road name? I’ll be honest I’ve seen a few road names in my time and I’ve heard a few stories about people’s previous road names (good and bad…and sometimes a little odd). Would a road name stop you buying a home though? Not at Governors! The roads at Governors are a […]

Why Middletown?

By Vicki Wilkins, in Parkside

When it comes to real estate, everyone has heard the old cliché about location.  And there’s a reason that familiar saying is so popular. Turns out, location does matter. A lot. Take Parkside, for example. Tucked into an established neighborhood in Middletown, Parkside’s location balances the relaxing lifestyle of lower Delaware with the get-up-and-go activities […]

Milton in Motion: Milton Theatre

By Joe Wobeter, in Heritage Creek

Photo by: Delaware Public Archives   At first glance it looks like a classic theatre that has been locked up for quite some time. The marquee is still alive, occasionally posting information like “save the Milton theatre”. It’s windows and doors were boarded up, but not to be out done by a “For Sale” sign […]