Iconic flagpole will be coming down

The Signal Rock flagpole in Woodmont. The Borough of Woodmont flagpole on Signal Rock has deteriorated and has to be replaced, borough officials announced this week. "It is both ironic and sad that we announce today, Flag Day, that ...

Senior Center director retiring after 48 years with center

Janice Jackson, right, executive director of the Milford Senior Center, looks over a photo album of senior center ...

Police looking for man who stole chairs from arts council

Milford, Conn. police are looking for help identifying this man, suspected of stealing chairs from outside the Milford ...

Kennedy honors Foran teacher

State Rep. Kathy Kennedy (R-119) visited Foran High School this week to recognize one of their teacher’s Walton ...

Splashpad hours extended

The hours at the Eisenhower Park Splash Pad have been extended and will now be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., according to the city's Facebook page.

Girls volleyball: Open gym over summer at Jonathan Law

The Milford Board of Education will be offering a volleyball open gym for girls entering grades 6 to college senior for the 2019-20 school year. This program will be ...

Class L baseball: Foran falls to top-seeded Berlin Redcoats

BERLIN — “We don’t look at that, not at all,” Berlin High head coach Leo Veleas said about his No. 1 seeded team’s 7-1 victory over No. 24 seed Foran ...

Class L baseball: Waterford upends Jonathan Law, 5-1

WATERFORD — Jonathan Law lost to Waterford, 5-1, in the Class L quarterfinals on Saturday.  Garrett Tutlis knocked in a run in the fifth for coach Greg Simler’s ...

Class M softball: Law falls to Seymour, 3-1

Jonathan Law’s Brianna Buccitti struck out two, didn't walk a batter, and pitched six shutout innings in the quarterfinals.Photos: David G. Whitham / For Hearst Connecticut Media SEYMOUR ...

Boys basketball: St. Mary’s eighth grade team takes home title

St. Mary’s eighth grade boys team won the championship at the 45th annual St. Mary School Basketball Tournament. Team members are Matthew Piechota, Roger Coleman, David Johnson, Jack Damato, Thomas Allen, Brian Connolly, Luke Dana, Aidan Quirk and John Paul Paiva. Coaches are Scott Dana, David Johnson and Walter Piechota. 

LETTER: ‘Too many eyes with dollar signs’

To the Editor: I am beginning to wonder if the mayor or his administration really know anything about ...

Walsh’s Wonderings — Father’s Day

Robert F. Walsh The bathroom door won’t shut again, so I go downstairs to grab my tools. My ...

Splashpad hours extended

The hours at the Eisenhower Park Splash Pad have been extended and will now be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., according to the city's Facebook page.

Iconic flagpole will be coming down

The Signal Rock flagpole in Woodmont. The Borough of Woodmont flagpole on Signal Rock has deteriorated and has to be replaced, borough officials announced this week. "It is ...

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Senior Center director retiring after 48 years with center

Janice Jackson, right, executive director of the Milford Senior Center, looks over a photo album of senior center event photos with Eleanor Turkington, who handles publicity for the senior center. ...

Police looking for man who stole chairs from arts council

Milford, Conn. police are looking for help identifying this man, suspected of stealing chairs from outside the Milford Arts Council. The Milford Police Department is looking for help identifying a ...

Kennedy honors Foran teacher

State Rep. Kathy Kennedy (R-119) visited Foran High School this week to recognize one of their teacher’s Walton “Wally” Rollins on his retirement after 35 years of employment with the ...

Boys basketball: St. Mary’s eighth grade team takes home title

St. Mary’s eighth grade boys team won the championship at the 45th annual St. Mary School Basketball Tournament. Team members are Matthew Piechota, Roger Coleman, David Johnson, Jack Damato, Thomas Allen, Brian Connolly, Luke Dana, Aidan Quirk and John Paul Paiva. Coaches are Scott Dana, David Johnson and Walter Piechota. 

Girls volleyball: Open gym over summer at Jonathan Law

The Milford Board of Education will be offering a volleyball open gym for girls entering grades 6 to college senior for the 2019-20 school year. This program will be held at Jonathan Law ...

Class L baseball: Foran falls to top-seeded Berlin Redcoats

BERLIN — “We don’t look at that, not at all,” Berlin High head coach Leo Veleas said about his No. 1 seeded team’s 7-1 victory over No. 24 seed Foran of Milford at SGT. ...

Class L baseball: Waterford upends Jonathan Law, 5-1

WATERFORD — Jonathan Law lost to Waterford, 5-1, in the Class L quarterfinals on Saturday.  Garrett Tutlis knocked in a run in the fifth for coach Greg Simler’s 26th-seeded Lawmen (11-12).  Nick ...

Milford man designs bowl for popular drinking game

Fingaz Bowl CEO Julien Debelle Duplan of Milford, Conn., holds up the bowl he invented for the drinking game Fingers. It’s a quick countdown for this drinking game: three, two, one, and then fingers come off the bowl, or they don’t, and the guesser who doesn’t guess the right number ...
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Deb Kiosse, assistant branch manager at Sikorsky Credit Union Oronoque branch; Christopher Carroll, director of development for Sterling House Community Center; and Michael Carrano, branch manager at Sikorsky Credit Union Oronoque branch.

Sikorsky Credit Union donates backpacks for Sterling House summer camp

Deb Kiosse, assistant branch manager at Sikorsky Credit Union Oronoque branch; Christopher Carroll, director of development for Sterling House Community Center; and Michael Carrano, branch manager at Sikorsky Credit Union Oronoque branch. For the sixth year in a row, Sikorsky Credit Union donated 250 string backpacks to benefit children who ...

Walsh’s Wonderings — Father’s Day

Robert F. Walsh The bathroom door won’t shut again, so I go downstairs to grab my tools. My father’s ancient toolbox lurks in the basement like a tomb, the screwdrivers and pliers ...

Garden Club looks at the amazing abilities of birds

To the Editor: If someone calls you a “bird brain” don’t be offended. Take it as a compliment according to Sally Brockett of the North Haven Daytime Gardeners Club. Sally spoke proving ...

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Two burned buildings razed at Silver Sands

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Kennedy honors Foran teacher

State Rep. Kathy Kennedy (R-119) visited Foran High School this week to recognize one of their teacher’s Walton “Wally” Rollins on his retirement after 35 ...

Kennedy and Ferraro to hold office hours

Milford State Reps. Kathy Kennedy (R-119) and Charles Ferraro (R-117) will be holding a legislative office hour in Milford for constituents Wednesday, July 10, from ...

Precious Blood Parish hosts Tenebrae service

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Two burned buildings razed at Silver Sands

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Precious Blood Parish hosts Tenebrae service

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Something New: Lessons and lectures

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