Milford police will maintain a presence at Milford schools in the coming days to help children feel safe as they enter and leave school. Police Chief Keith Mello said the department posted uniformed officers at Milford’s schools Friday as the news of the tragic shooting in Newtown unfolded. The department will take the same steps this week, and will have … read more
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today ordered U.S. and Connecticut flags to half-staff in recognition of the victims of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown this morning. Flags will fly at half-staff until burial services for the victims.
Harborside Middle School students were evacuated to the Parsons Complex Friday morning after there were reports of elevated carbon monoxide levels. Early in the day, several Harborside students felt ill during their chorus practice in the cafeteria, said school spokesperson Kathy Bonetti. The fire department and health department were contacted and they performed tests at the school. Students and staff … read more
The Milford Police Department was among several law enforcement agencies recognized at the third annual AAA Southern New England Community Traffic Safety Awards ceremony held at the Trumbull Marriot on Dec. 7. The Milford Police Department received the AAA Gold Award for its efforts in traffic safety education and enforcement programs in the community. Also recognized at the event was … read more