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Walsh Tells Selectmen: Don’t “Muddy the Waters”

Selectmen Chairman Michael Walsh took umbrage on February 25 at his two colleagues’ desire to have the Board of Selectmen provide comments to the Police Chief Search Committee about the criteria selectmen believe should be looked for when search for Police Chief Thomas O’Loughlin’s replacement. [more]

Planning Board Opposes Sale of Watershed Lands

With the Board of Selectmen discussing the potential sale of several parcels of “surplus” land at its February 11 meeting, the Planning Board weighed in on February 19 by questioning why – given the town is moving forward with acquiring the privately owned Milford Water Company – it would sell [more]

Milford Democratic Town Committee to Honor O’Loughlin

The Milford Democratic Town Committee (DTC) will honor longtime police chief Thomas O’Loughlin at their second annual spring brunch, on Sunday, March 31, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Crystal Room, Cedar St., Milford. O’Loughlin has served as Milford’s police chief since 2001, and has proven hi [more]

Hospital’s Patient Advisory Council Needs New Members

Milford Regional Medical Center is seeking community members from their 19 town service area to serve on the hospital’s Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC). Now in its ninth year of operation, the PFAC is dedicated to promoting a partnership between the patients, families, and working profess [more]

Future of Milford High and Stacy Middle Schools; Focus of Community Forums

Milford Public School officials will be seeking input from the community on the future of the district’s school buildings. After a Long-Range Facilities Planning Committee was formed last year to develop recommendations for future new construction, renovation, and major capital repair projects, the [more]

Empty Chair Degree

On Memorial Day, May 27th, the Brethren of Montgomery Lodge of Milford will be conducting the Empty Chair Degree after the town parade. This is one of the few rituals in Freemasonry that are shared with the public. Everyone is invited to attend and witness this solemn ceremony. The Empty or Vacant Ch [more]

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New Way to Handle Snow Days for Milford Students

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Expanding Mental Health Resources for Adolescents

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