He wore many hats– no, really– he seemed to have an endless supply of hats and could pull off a straw boater better than any other man in Milford. Bob Gregory has been the economic and community development director for his hometown for decades, and before that, he was executive director of the Milford Chamber Read More
One thing that’s always been fun for me is finding out what stood on a particular piece of Milford property years ago. It’s no secret that the city is changing, more so in the last 50 than the 300 before that. Joseph Foran, the former school superintendent who was in his 90s when I knew Read More
Hoopskills Press Release: Joe Meade, Northeast Regional College Scout for the NBA’s Utah Jazz will be hosting basketball skill development programs throughout July and August at the Parsons Gymnasium in Milford. Meade is a former high school and college basketball coach and the director of Hoopskills Basketball. He brings over 40 years of playing and Read More
As I prepare to write a biography of Jehiel Bryan for the Milford Hall of Fame Committee I’m finding all kinds of wonderful historical resources on the web. For example, this page from the town (NOT city, not until 1959) Annual Report of 1918. Besides the selectmen, constables and other elected officials (and local elections Read More
A Metro North Railroad train carrying 300 passengers is blocked by a tree that has become wedged under a trestle near the Merritt 7 station on the commuter railroad’s New Canaan line.
So far, so good. It’s wet out there, but the rain is moving out of the area just as commuters move onto the area’s roads and highways. An earlier accident on I-95 in Bridgeport has cleared and there are no other reported accidents at this time. Traffic is beginning to build at the bottom of Read More
Milford Hospital will be offering a Cholesterol, Blood Pressure and Blood Sugar screening on Monday, July 15 from 4p to 6:45 p.m. at the hospital, 300 Seaside Ave. There is a $15 fee for cholesterol testing; the other screenings are free of charge. Appointments are required – please call 203 876-4004.
“A bloodthirsty Congress demands revenge. The commander in chief weighs torture. Politicians clash with generals over war policy. Americans’ liberties come under attack.” What would our founding fathers do? Milford author Logan Beirne will discuss his book, BLOOD OF TYRANTS, at Collected Stories Bookstore on Thursday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. His book reveals new Read More