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Dual Tax Rate Criticized

The chairman of the town’s Downtown Revitalization Committee told selectmen on October 21 that the town’s dual tax rate is making local businesses non-competitive with area towns having a single tax rate. Currently, Milford’s commercial and industrial property owners pay $14.34 per thousand doll [more]

Scouting for Food

During the first weekend of November Milford scout troops hung Scouting for Food door hangers at houses around Milford. Pickup of donated, nonperishable food items will be Saturday, November 9. Shown are Tayah Pisani of Milford Girl Scout Troop 30016 and Atrayu Pisani of Milford Cub Scout Pack 4 Den 5 [more]

Firefighters Successfully Put Out East St. Blaze

Firefighters from Milford, Hopedale and Bellingham battled a two-alarm fire during the afternoon of October 22 at 23 East St. The two-family, two-story home suffered significant water, smoke and fire damage. None of the residents of the home were hurt in the fire and no firefighters were injured [more]

Ghosts, Goblins and Witches – Oh, My!

Halloween is just around the corner and Milford has a lot planned for the season of trick or treating. Houses like the one shown in the photo above taken by Town Crier photographer, Jim Calarese are decorated for some haunting. Revelers of all ages can take part in the annual Pumpkin Stroll, [more]

$1-Million Grant Awarded for Opioid Programs

The federal Department of Justice this month awarded the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office and the Milford-based Regional Substance Navigation Program a $1,092,869 grant to expand opioid abuse prevention, intervention and treatment services. The Regional Substance Navigation Program curren [more]

Two More Self-Service Gas Stations Approved

There soon will be two more self-service gasoline stations in Milford; the Exxon- Mobil station at 134 Cedar St. (Rt. 85) and the Exxon-Mobil station at 140 Medway Rd. (Rt. 109). Both received special permits from the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) on October 10, allowing them to move away from the tr [more]

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