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Veteran writer puts it down “As You Recall”

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Judy Goldwyn is a veteran scribe who has worked in public relations and for non-profits, and also teaches memoir and creative writing. Judy has also been a dedicated fan of live theater in venues big and small, and — full disclosure — I also consider her a friend. Judy has just launched her new blog, […] [Read More]
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Woodmont beach restoration underway

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From Ed Bonessi, Warden of the Borough of Woodmont: In case you haven’t noticed,  the final Super Storm Sandy repairs to the beach area between Clinton Street and Bonsilene Streets began today. Please bear with us during this period of major construction. This estimated completion dates is May 10, and Beach Avenue will be closed during construction hours […] [Read More]
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Woodmont Volunteer FD tag sale is Saturday

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And now, a word from Bob Granger: Hi Folks – Just a reminder…..come see us this Saturday (April 19) at the WFC Spring Tag Sale, 136 Kings Highway, Woodmont, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Also, donations can be dropped off Friday evening from 5 to 6.30, when we will have staff on hand to help […] [Read More]
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Chris Saley becomes public works director

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If it’s already a heavy Monday for you, imagine if it was your first day on the job? Chris Saley, who has been a developer, restaurant owner and builder, among other things starts today as Milford’s public works director. Saley, who has been a Board of Education member, takes over for interim director Rich Tomasco […] [Read More]
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The ospreys are back at the Audubon Center

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UPC of Milford plans folk concert

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Board of Aldermen will vote on ‘official flower’

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How do you feel about the Eastern Purple Coneflower? It was supposedly used for medicinal purposes by local native Americans and was the choice of the Milford Garden Club as the city’s official flower, Jill Dion reports in the Milford Mirror. The Board of Aldermen will vote on the designation tonight, as part of the […] [Read More]
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Prescription drug “take back” day planned in Milford

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A national program to help people safely dispose of expired or unwanted prescription drugs will be coming to Milford on Saturday, April 26. The city police and the Milford Prevention Council in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will be accepting unwanted prescription drugs from the public, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at […] [Read More]
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Learn a foreign language — free — at Milford Library

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The Mango Languages online language-learning system is now available through the Milford Library, director Chris Angeli said Wednesday. Each lesson combines real life situations and audio from native speakers with simple, clear instructions. The courses are presented with an appreciation for cultural nuance and real-world application that integrates components of vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar and culture. […] [Read More]
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Coast to coast relay will come through Milford

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Via Susan Carroll-Dwyer: The One Run For Boston cross-country relay, which last year raised $91,000 for the One Fund Boston to help the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings left from Los Angeles on March 16. The record-breaking non-stop running relay is expected to reach Milford on April 12, and there are plenty of opportunities […] [Read More]
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