Thursday is Dale DeLuca Day

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A series of fundraisers on Thursday sponsored by the Simon Lake School PTA will help a young student and his family to replace their belongings lost in a fire. Students at the Devon school will be able to wear their pajamas to class by paying $1 to help Dale DeLuca, a fourth-grader whose family apartment […] [Read More]
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Schute, Phillips Honored

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The track at Jonathan Law High School has been named for two coaches who have more than a half-century of experience between them. Linwood Schulte, who coaches women’s track at the Devon high school, and Charles Phillips, the men’s coach “have for more than 40 years cumulatively guided and encouraged our students,’’ Law High principal […] [Read More]
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More high school sports?

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A reorganization of the city’s public school system could include an expansion of high school athletics. Acting Superintendent R. Michael Cummings Jr. said Monday night that he has met with a group that wants to add varsity lacrosse here and that he would also like to see indoor track be offered at both high schools. […] [Read More]
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Come by the Library on Wednesday night

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BOE Meets at Johnny Law on Monday

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For the second time in two weeks, the Board of Education will meet in the Jonathan Law High School auditorium to accommodate the large crowd expected to attend. The board will meet at the high school this evening, beginning with an executive session at 5:30 p.m., reportedly to discuss the pending complaint before the state […] [Read More]
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Don't Sink the Sub

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State races heating up

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Board of Aldermen chairman Greg Smith has announced that he’s running for the General Assembly in the 118th district, now held by Democrat Barbara Lambert. Smith made his announcement Monday at the seawall behind St. Gabriel Church. Lambert has announced theat she will not seek re-election, creating early interest in her seat. Rocco Frank, the […] [Read More]
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Be Heard on School Reorganization

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School board member James Tranquilli said he is creating a web site, www.milfordspeaksout.com to survey the public on the reorganization proposal and the question of whether to build a new high school. “I’m funding it myself, as a private citizen, and it will be up in a week or two,’’ he said. [Read More]
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