Polansky (Not Quite) in Court

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Former Superintendent Harvey Polansky was in Milford Superior Court for a few minutes Tuesday morning, but left after his case was continued until May 24. Frederick Paoletti, Polansky’s lawyer, said no action was taken Tuesday. Polansky and his wife Harriet stood in the corridor outside the courtroom, talking to their lawyer. Polansky agreed to resign […] [Read More]
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Picketing at West River Health Care

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Early Spring at Silver Sands

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St. Ann pupils welcomed at Milford's other Catholic schools

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The principals of St. Mary and St. Gabriel schools said Friday that while they were saddened to hear of the closing of Milford’s third Catholic elementary school, St. Ann, their facilities can accommodate families displaced by the decision. “St. Ann School was able to offer a safe, nurturing, family environment in which faith was blended […] [Read More]
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A Message From Greg Smith

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Your Aldermen were pleased to see so many concerned citizens, parents, and teachers fill City Hall on Thursday to let us know your thoughts on the City budget. It is an especially difficult budget year. We must face these difficulties together. Milford has been made and kept a great place to live, work, and raise […] [Read More]
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Assistant City Attorney Hired?

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City stops taking resumes for job Cynthia Anger was fired from: Assistant-City-Attorney-at-CITY-OF-MILFORD-in-Milford,-CT-1be3bc157712d449 [Read More]
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Saturday Transfer Station Hours

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It must be spring… the city transfer station will remain open an extra three hours on Saturdays, until 3 p.m., beginning this week. The Saturday hours are for residents of Milford only. Commercial haulers may not use the transfer station during those hours. Also, construction debris is no longer being accepted at the transfer station. […] [Read More]
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Judge Streit-Kefalas in state role

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Judge Beverly K. Streit-Kefalas has been elected the first vice president of the Connecticut Probate Assembly, her second statewide post. “I am honored to be selected by my fellow judges as an officer of the Assembly. In that role, I look forward to working on a state-wide basis to continue our efforts to improve services […] [Read More]
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