Local photographer trains to be Miss America judge

Catherine Fiehn of Milford recently completed the judges’ workshop for the Miss America Judging System and is now qualified to judge state and local Miss America Scholarship competitions. Fiehn, who is owner of Catherine Fiehn Photography, has been volunteering with the organization for more than eight years as the official photographer to Miss Connecticut and provides the headshot for the … read more

Making it a man's world: Woman barber had to prove she could make the cut

While there are many milestones in the history of the women’s rights movement, one local woman continues to make a small niche for herself in a decidedly man’s world — being a successful female barber who cuts men’s hair. The comparison to the greats of the women’s rights movement is certainly a stretch. But Stratford resident Cheri Bourdeau, who opened … read more

Property Transfers

The following property transfers are copyrighted material previously published in the Commercial Record, a weekly trade paper. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher, The Warren Group, thewarrengroup.com. MILFORD 38 Goodchild St, Anthony F. and Cynthia J. Fedock to Mohammed Bari, $310,000. 39 Goodchild St, Karla and Fredrick Lusi to Carolyn B. Hartel, $338,000. 94 Governors Ave, Jennifer M. … read more

Police hope to launch retail consortium, host crime forum

    The Milford Police Department hosted a Retailers Awareness Forum on Nov. 7 at the Rave Cinemas, and according to police spokesman, Jeffrey Nielsen, the event may be the first of many like it. According to Nielsen, the Milford Police department and area retailers are developing a consortium that will hold periodic meetings to address concerns regarding crime. At … read more