Jill Dion
First Baptist Church owns this historic home located at 24 North Street, next to the church. While the house is in no danger of demolition, one similar to it on Gulf Street was demolished recently, leading local preservationists to draft new laws to protect city history.

Ordinance to save historic homes expected to come up at January meeting

A proposed city ordinance would protect historic Milford homes from demolition, but Milford’s aldermen postponed…

Melba Street Firehouse

Deadline extended for bidding on old Melba Street firehouse

Residents interested in buying an old city firehouse still have a chance. City officials initially…

This photo of a coyote was taken from an online site, and is not one spotted in Milford.

Coyote sightings near downtown Milford rattle some residents

Several residents said they were surprised recently when they spotted coyotes in their Milford neighborhoods,…

Former City Historian Richard Platt looks at a city history book that was used to determine the names of city founders and after-planters.

New plaque memorializes seven forgotten Milford founders

The names of seven Milford founders were left off of historic monuments, including the Memorial…

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