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Milford gets top scores from bond-rating agencies

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We received this note from City Hall in Milford: MILFORD — Once again, the City of Milford has received extremely positive feedback on its financial management and affirmation of high rankings from the three premier rating agencies. Fitch Ratings, Moody’s Investors Service, and Standard & Poor’s Rating Services described Milford’s finances as stable, prudent, and […] [Read More]

Shelton, Seymour Students to attend Berlin Wall forum

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NEW HAVEN-Several advanced history students at Shelton and Seymour high schools are expected to attend the Nov. 10 forum at Southern Connecticut State University discussing the fall of the Berlin Wall. The event will take place just one day after the 25th anniversary of the start of demolition of the wall which separated east from […] [Read More]
Eva Schloss

Holocaust survivor to speak Sunday in Milford

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From a press release: MILFORD — Eva Schloss of London will be in Milford to deliver a talk at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 2, at Connecticut Post 14 Theater at the Westfield Mall in Milford. The event, “A Unique & Historic Evening,” is sponsored by the Hebrew Congregation of Woodmont/Chabad. Tickets are $30 in […] [Read More]

Bingo tonight at Ansonia’s St. Peter and St. Paul

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ANSONIA-Bingo will be the call beginning at 6:45 p.m. tonight in the church hall of St. Peter and St. Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church on Howard Avenue. Profits from the game are used to support the church. [Read More]

MADD Fundraising Fairfield Walk Saturday

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FAIRFIELD-Walk Like MADD, the annual 5k fund-raising walk for Mothers Against Drunk Driving will begin Saturday at 10 a.m. at Fairfield Ludlowe High School, 785 Unquowa Road. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Every step and dollar raised will be used to support MADD’s Connecticut initiatives which include ignition overlocks for drunk drivers; sobriety checkpoint and […] [Read More]
An early 20th century view of the old mansion

Lauralton Hall celebrating 150 Years

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From a news release: Milford — This 2014-15 academic school year marks the 150-year Anniversary of the Pond-Taylor estate, the home of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy, Lauralton Hall. The school is planning a yearlong series of events inviting alumnae, students, friends and the community to visit the historic grounds and participate in […] [Read More]
The Downs House in Milford, Connecticut

Ghosts to haunt Downs House in Milford on Halloween

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From a press release: The Milford Preservation Trust will introduce the ghost of 18th century diarist and minuteman John Downs as well as the ghost of Elijah Bryan, a fellow militia member, to trick or treaters between 4-7 at the Downs House (also known as the Minuteman House) at 139 North Street on Friday, Oct. […] [Read More]
Left to right:  Benjamin G. Blake, Mayor; Meghan McGaffin, GIS Analyst; Jean Lasczak, MIS Coordinator; Tania Barnes, Human Resources.

Meghan McGaffin, Milford Employee of the Month

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We received this note from City Hall in Milford: MILFORD — Meghan McGaffin , the Geographical Information System (GIS) Analyst, has been selected at the Employee of the Month for October 2014 in Milford. As the recipient of the award for the Mayor’s Employee of the Month Program, please join us in extending our warm […] [Read More]
Categories: Government, Milford
clothing drive flyer

Jonathan Law HS clothing sale today, Saturday & Sunday

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Categories: Charity, Milford
Oxford First Selectman George R. Temple

Put George Temple in the pink

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OXFORD-Here’s a chance to put First Selectman George Temple in the pink on Oct. 22. For $100 you can dump a pink liquid on Temple. For $10 you can watch someone dump a pink liquid on Temple. All this will take place at 4 p.m. in front of Town Hall on 486 Oxford Road. The […] [Read More]