Jill Dion

Solar-powered trash compactors help keep city beaches clean

Unusual-loooking trash cans that use solar power to compact garbage, and sensors to indicate when the cans are full, have been popping up in environmentally-friendly communities for several years and recently made their debut in Milford.

Members of the Board of Education at Monday night's meeting. From left to right are Suzanne DeBiase, John DeRosa, board secretary Pam Griffin, Chairman Susan Glennon and board member Laura Fucci.

Long Range Committee member not happy about plan to close middle school

After hearing proposals that the Board of Education put forth regarding long range plans for the city’s schools, one member of the original Long Range Planning Committee said she is sorry she ever served on the committee.

Residents gather at City Hall for a school board meeting Monday night, where long range plans for the city schools were discussed.

School board postpones vote on closing Harborside

The Milford Board of Education did not vote Monday night to close Harborside Middle School, as was expected, but rather put the vote off until its Nov. 10 meeting.


School board members split on whether to close elementary school

School board members are split on whether to close an elementary school as they move forward in adopting a long range plan for the city’s schools.

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