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Frank Juliano

Gulf Beach closed to swimming today

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The city Health Department has closed Gulf Beach for swimming due to high bacteria counts found during water quality tests earlier this week. Although tides and currents naturally clean the water, heavy rains and other conditions can temporarily raise bacteria levels, said Dr. A. Dennis McBride, the city health director. The water was tested again […] [Read More]
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Brush up on your Milford history

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This year marks the city’s 375th anniversary– you may have heard about it somewhere… But how much do you know about Milford, the people who lived here, the events that happened here, the useful things that were invented here? There are a number of public-domain books, written for earlier anniversaries (including the 250th in 1889) […] [Read More]
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Milford Rotary Lobster Bake is Saturday

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It’s that time of year! The Milford Rotary Lobster Bake is Saturday. Those of you who have attended previous Lobster Bakes know: Tickets for the event always sell out. The Milford Rotary raises (approximately) $60,000 which it donates back to the Milford community. The price is still $40 per person, as it has been for […] [Read More]
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Fort Trumbull Beach reopens for swimming

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Fort Trumbull Beach, which had been closed to swimmers last week due to high bacteria counts, has reopened after a new round of water quality tests. The Milford Health Department conducts regular water quality sampling at all of Milford’s bathing beaches during the summer. To check the status of Milford beaches call 203-783-3285. [Read More]
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Milford Rec Department announces mini-camp

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Seated from left to right:  Barbara Emerson Stewart, Regent
			   LuJan Fenton, 2nd Vice Regent

Standing from left to right:
Bonnie Towle, Recording Secretary,
Dolores Piland-Ayad, Assistant Treasurer
Ardienne Damicis, Chaplain
Janice Slater, Corresponding Secretary
Karen Biebel-Sutera, Registrar
Edna Luysterborghs, Assistant Registrar
Susan D’Ambrosio, Librarian
Marolyn Paulis, Councilor

Freelove Baldwin Stow DAR installs new officers

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The  Freelove Baldwin Stow Chapter DAR had its annual dinner meeting at the Chapter House in Milford. The guest speaker was Tracy O’Brien of Marvin Display in which she made a special presentation of flags in honor of Flag Day. The Freelove Baldwin Stow Chapter also had an installation of new officers. [Read More]
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Woodmont Farmers Market opens Wednesday

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Woodmont Farmers Market opens next week

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More than 900 apply to be city police officer

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More than half of the more than 900 men and women who filed out an application for a job as a city of Milford police officer passed a physical agility test on Saturday. The 547 applicants who met that requirement will take the written exam on June 28th, said Officer Jeff Nielsen, the department spokesman. […] [Read More]
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Happy 375th birthday Milford!

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Don’t forget, a full day of activities downtown tomorrow will be capped off with fireworks at Lisman Landing at 9:30 p.m. The historic houses at the Wharf Lane complex on High Street are open for tours Saturday and Sunday. The Grand Parade steps off at 2 p.m. Sunday from the Parsons Center on West River […] [Read More]
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