Customers of more than a dozen third-party electric suppliers will receive refund checks due to systematic rate notice errors dating back to 2016. The refund announcement was made June 21 by Attorney General William Tong’s office. The errors were suspected as far back as 2015 when the attorney general’s office and Office of Consumer Counsel urged the Public Utilities Regulatory … read more
A new sustainability project at Subway World Headquarters in Milford has employees becoming beekeepers as they oversee two hives of about 50,000 honeybees. The hives are located in a small fenced-in area in the corner of one of the company’s parking lots, adjacent to a section of woodland, and during the week rotating teams of Subway employees put on their … read more
Three years after the city and a developer agreed to a court-stipulated judgment for a subdivision at 86 Pond Point Ave., the developer returned with a request for a slight change in the project, which the Planning and Zoning Board (P&Z) approved. On May 17, 2016, the city and developer Thomas Colucci, under the name of Colberg LLC, agreed in … read more
The Rape Crisis Center of Milford is accepting applications for the upcoming training to become a certified sexual assault crisis advocate/counselor pursuant to CT State Statute 52-146(k).