Arab nationalism topic at Milford Library

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Arab Nationalism and the ever changing Middle East will be the topic of a discussion by historian Mark Albertson at the Milford Library on Monday, February 25 at 6:30 p.m. Though the Middle East dominates the news daily, many of us are unaware of the historical context of these events.  Albertson will give an overview […] [Read More]
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Lenten Retreat at St. Ann's

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Father Charles Allen, S.J. will lead a Lenten retreat at St. Ann Church on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, Feb. 25-27 at 7 p.m. Father Allen will offer his reflections on Old Testament, New Testament and Contemporary Views of Jesus’ Crucifixion and Resurrection.  Each session will close with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. A former […] [Read More]
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Progress report on Woodmont cleanup

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An update from Warden Ed Bonessi Jr.: I want to thank everyone for their patience in dealing with this historical weather event. This afternoon I surveyed the entire Borough and every street is passable at least in a single lane. With two exceptions on Beach Avenue between and Village and Chapel and also between Wall […] [Read More]
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Owner of Mr. Mac's Canteen Dies

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Raymond McPadden, 49, of Shelton, the owner of Mr. Mac’s Canteen on Bridgeport Avenue, died shoveling snow at his Shelton home, according to Bill Bittar of the AOL Patch. Here’s the link to Bill’s story, via Ryan Sartor of the Milford Patch: [Read More]
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The word from the Woodmont warden

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The Borough is preparing for a possible significant snow storm. Help us help you by removing all vehicles from the streets. If it is impossible to remove your vehicle then at least follow the city’s alternate side parking plan. If you do not need to leave please stay home until the storm has passed and […] [Read More]
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Jean Tsang plans to retire as head librarian

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The Milford Mirror is reporting that Jean Tsang is preparing to retire after a career serving the public at the Milford Library, including several years as director. For me, Jean’s tenure will be remembered for the expansion of services, including a passport agency, two active book clubs, a number of interesting public programs, Saturday hours, […] [Read More]
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Lauralton's "Twelve Angry Jurors''

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News from Lauralton Hall: Twelve Angry Men is probably not on the Top 10 list of plays performed at all-girl’s schools. “That’s one of the reasons I chose this play,” says Lauralton Hall student director Cameron Gerrity. “I wanted to show that women could play those parts—that the themes in the play were universal. Originally […] [Read More]
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