Increased vehicle speeds, more accidents, and loss of mature trees are among the concerns of Gulf Street residents about an ongoing road realignment and paving project. Public Works Director Christopher Saley fielded many questions from Gulf Street area residents during a June 10 community meeting at the Parsons Government Center, attended by about 50 people. The $3 million federally funded … read more
Stop & Shop recently donated the $2,500 CT Lottery selling bonus it received for selling a $1 million Mega Millions ticket in the June 4 drawing to The Storehouse Project, a Milford-based food pantry. “Stop & Shop is very pleased that one of our regular customers purchased the winning ticket,” said Milford Stop & Shop store manager Mark Mancini. “The … read more
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.
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 the historic flagpole that has stood atop Signal Rock for 125 years must be removed, and, we fervently hope, replaced,” said Edward Bonessi, Jr., warden of the … read more