A reccommendation from a trusted source

It’s not in Milford, exactly, but I’m hearing good things about “Distracted,” the current Square One Theater production in Stratford that is directed by Tom Holehan. Theater buff and discerning

Slossberg reads to students

Sen. Gayle S. Slossberg (D-Milford) visited two schools on Friday to read with students as part of National Read Across America Day. She took part in the nationwide effort to promote the values of

Lauralton Hall announces 2nd quarter honors

MILFORD Residents High Honors Grade 12: Katherine Boynton, Carina de Lemos, Julia Elia, Katherine Leiper and Hannah Olsson Grade 11: Juliette Arciuolo, Emily Castagna, Kelly Clancy, Rhiannon Crandely,

Womens Hall of Fame will visit Milford Library

Via Nancy Abbey: The Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame includes some of the state’s most remarkable women.  On Monday, March 18 at 7:00 p.m., learn more about this organization with a special

Go take a leap… for literacy

From Tami Jackson: This winter, be part of the fun when the Leprechaun Leap comes to Walnut Beach on Saturday, March 16! Join the many warm hearted, brave souls who will “take the leap” for the

Special ed parents to meet

From Sue St. Pierre: SEPTO (Special Education PTO) Network presents Tiffany Katz, Special Education Teacher/Advocate. Ms. Katz will speak about how to be an effective advocate for your child with

Arab nationalism topic at Milford Library

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