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Joe and Linda DellaMonica outside the Missing Link Grill on New Haven Avenue.

From police officer to restaurant owner, life is still fun for DellaMonica

Milford’s Joe DellaMonica was a police officer for 20 years before retiring in 2011. Today he and his wife own and operate a local eatery on New Haven Avenue, cooking up sausages, burgers, sandwiches and more.

A past year's winner in the sandcastle competition.

Popular sandcastle contest is this weekend in Milford

Milford’s Great American Sand Sculpture Competition is scheduled for July 19, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Walnut Beach.

Spartacus, one of the therapy dogs that came in to comfort students at Jonathan Law High School, actually walked at this year's graduation ceremony.

Therapy dogs did more than imagined after Law stabbing

City officials honored the therapy dogs and thanked the handlers and everyone else who came to their emotional support after the fatal stabbing at their school.

Ziba Guy

Court transcript paints picture of successful woman who sought love

Ziba Guy’s attorney described her as a beautiful, successful woman who worked hard to live up to her parents’ expectations and time after time fell in love with the wrong kind of man, ultimately bringing her to ruin.

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