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Despite Canceled Meetings, Mendon’s Budget Preparation on Track

Despite the fact that several Board of Selectmen meetings were canceled, Mendon’ Town Administrator Kim Newman says everything concerning the planning of the new fiscal year budget and overall governance of the town is on track. Due to unforeseen reasons, the Board has been unable to meet since Jan [more]

Scaling Kilimanjaro to Support Make-A-Wish

I am Brenna Ashby, a member of the Hopedale High School class of 2017 and a current University of Connecticut sophomore majoring in Digital Media Design. As a UCONN student, I have tried to be involved in community activities. One is a Mount Kilimanjaro fundraiser designed to raise $7000 for the Make- [more]

Upton Selectmen Support Funding for Analysis of Holy Angels

During a February 5 meeting, the Board of Selectmen gave their support to the Economic Development Committee (EDC) to seek funding for an analysis of the former Holy Angels Church. According to Committee member Steve Rakitin, the EDC was planning to request $10,000 from the Finance Committee’s rese [more]

Mendon Residents Pass Marijuana Bylaw

A total of 86 residents voted in a new bylaw during a Special Town Meeting that will permit Mendon to have marijuana establishments located in certain areas of the Highway/Business District that runs along Rt. 140 and Hartford Ave. The Town Meeting took place on November 27 at Miscoe Hill School. Th [more]

Milford Election Nomination Papers Available January 7

It’s almost election season in Milford again. Nomination papers for Milford’s April 2, 2019 Annual Town Election will be available beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, January 7, in the Town Clerk’s office. To qualify for an elected official position, candidates need to be registered voters in Mil [more]

Recent Actions by Milford Town Boards

• Health Officer Paul Mazzuchelli reported that the new curbside “pink bag” textile recycling program is starting to be accepted and used by residents. In its first week of operation, from October 29-November 2, 2,490 pounds of textiles were collected, netting the town $24.90 in revenue, he sa [more]

Recent Headlines

New Way to Handle Snow Days for Milford Students

Mendon Upton Piloting “Blizzard Bags” for Snow Days

Expanding Mental Health Resources for Adolescents

Upton Voters Support Community Center and Downtown Revitalization Article; Postpone Selling Two Buil

Superintendent Gets Another Good Report Card

Tips for Christmas Tree Care

Upton Voters Ban Retail Marijuana Sales

A Stork Pin for a Very Special Delivery

Upton Tax Rate Up Eight Cents

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