Old Gate Lane at its intersection with New Haven Avenue is closed because of street flooding. Factory Lane and Helwig Street near the Lisman Landing marina also has water over the road but remains passable at this time.
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Citgo TV Commercial Auditions in Milford, CT Non-Union Only Paid Nomadic Endeavors is holding open auditions for a non-union Citgo TV commercial on Thursday (Oct 15) and Saturday (Oct 17) from 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at the Milford Fine Arts Council building at 40 Railroad Ave. Seeking all types, ages and ethnicities; Shoots Oct Read More
HAMILTON, N.Y. – Marcus McKinney (Paterson, NJ) rushed for 74 yards and two scores to lead visiting William Paterson University to the 14-2 New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) win over Morrisville State College Saturday afternoon Oct. 10 at Andy Kerr Stadium at Colgate University in Hamilton. Keith Sayball (Milford, CT) led the Pioneers defensively with Read More
Armor Hire Nicole Hoffman As New Director Of Marketing And Public Relations October 12, 2009 – NBA Development League (D-League) Springfield Armor The Springfield Armor today announced the hiring of Nicole Hoffman as their Director of Marketing and Public Relations and the promotion of Greg Noonan to Account Executive. Hoffman replaces Joe Barbieri, who is Read More
From Saturday’s edition of the New York Times: In Milford, a coastal city of 50,000 people, the mayor’s office has become a clearinghouse for people who arrive unannounced, distraught and asking for help. “They come in off the street,” said Mayor James L. Richetelli Jr., who, along with his assistant and two secretaries, counsels these Read More
New Milford in Litchfield County, Connecticut — The American Northeast (New England) By Michael Herrick, September 24, 2009 This beautiful valley known to the Potatuck Indians as Weantinock, was purchased from them in 1703 by a company of individuals chiefly from Milford, Connecticut, hence the name New Milford. Its earliest white inhabitant, Zachariah Ferriss, arrived Read More
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