More than 900 apply to be city police officer

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More than half of the more than 900 men and women who filed out an application for a job as a city of Milford police officer passed a physical agility test on Saturday. The 547 applicants who met that requirement will take the written exam on June 28th, said Officer Jeff Nielsen, the department spokesman. […] [Read More]
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Happy 375th birthday Milford!

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Don’t forget, a full day of activities downtown tomorrow will be capped off with fireworks at Lisman Landing at 9:30 p.m. The historic houses at the Wharf Lane complex on High Street are open for tours Saturday and Sunday. The Grand Parade steps off at 2 p.m. Sunday from the Parsons Center on West River […] [Read More]
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Photo Caption: Ashley Evans ’16 of Norwalk accepting her award from Lauralton Hall President, Dr. Toni Iadarola.

Lauralton presents underclassmen awards

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The annual Underclassmen Awards Ceremony held last week at Lauralton Hall honored 170 students  for outstanding accomplishments in academics, athletics, the arts and for community service. Following is a partial list of the awards that were presented:     Devon Rotary “Gloria Dodie Ireland” Service Above Self Award: Which recognizes outstanding service to the Milford community […] [Read More]
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Register now for St. Gabe’s golf tourney

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Mike McCabe sent along info on the school’s event at the end of this month: [Read More]
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Woodmont Farmers Market readies for opening

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From Katie Murphy Cook: The Woodmont Farmers’ Market kicks off its 7th season on Wednesday, June 25. Located at the Robert Treat Farm, 1339 New Haven Avenue at the corner of Merwin Avenue in Milford, the Woodmont Farmer’s Market is open every Wednesday, from 3:30-6:30 p.m., June 25 through August 27, rain or shine. The market offers a wide variety of Connecticut […] [Read More]
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Dylan Fortunato, at age 9.

Milford mourns Dylan Fortunato

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Dylan Fortunato’s short life had a purpose. The young boy who bravely fought a battle that no child should have to face will be buried Wednesday with representatives of the U.S. Army that he loved so much in attendance, his mother said Tuesday. Friends may call today, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Smith […] [Read More]
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Sarah Parlato ‘14 modeling her skirt created from cereal boxes

Lauralton girls turn trash into fashion

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From Lauralton Hall via Jessica Auscavitch: Sarah Parlato ‘14 modeling her skirt created from cereal boxes Lauralton Hall’s Environmental Club wowed the crowd again this year with innovative outfits that turned trash into treasure at their annual Eco-Fashion Show. Now in its ninth year, Trash the Runway is the club’s most popular activity aimed at promoting […] [Read More]
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Milford mourns City Clerk Linda Stock

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City Clerk Linda Stock died at home Saturday after a long battle with cancer. “Dedicated public servant” sounds like such a cliche when speaking of Linda; she was that and so much more. Here is her obituary, from the Cody-White Funeral Home web site.   Obituary for Linda Smith Stock Linda Stock, age 67, of […] [Read More]
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