Prayers Needed for City Police Officer

Friends of Sgt Antonio Vitti are asking for the public’s prayers as Vitti fights an infection that has seriously damaged his heart. The Milford police officer, 45, is on a list to receive a heart

Mystery Solved

The class gift to the school from the Milford High Class of 1944 has been rediscovered. The plaque, listing all Milford High School students who died in combat during World War II had originally been

Happy Times

The Milford High Class of 1944 celebrated its 66th reunion last Friday, Aug. 20, and had so much fun they decided to make it an annual event.

Fun and Good Food at the Oyster Festival

I have to say it… the Maryland crab cakes were very good too.

Ginger Healing Nicely

Ginger, the dog found severely burned last month, is continuing to improve with hydro therapy and her infection is under control, United Way director Gary Johnson said. Johnson sent a letter Friday to

Bodie's Place Gets A Check

Bodie’s Place, a “boundless playground’’ accessible to all children regardless of their physical abilities, received a $2,500 donation from the Milford Republican Women last week. The Eisenhower Park

Suspect Allegedly Chokes Cops, Dog

A local man arested early this morning at the Quality Inn on Old Gate lane allegedly tried to strangle officers with the wires from their stun guns and also tried to choke the police dog used to

Register now for canoe, kayak races

Registration is now open for the Canoe and Kayak Races at the 36th Annual Milford Oyster Festival. The races will be held as part of the Saturday, Aug. 21 festival, at the public boat launch behind