On strike: Self-checkouts open at Milford Stop & Shop

UPDATE: Day two of a Stop & Shop strike saw both Milford Stop & Shop stores open Friday, but with only a few self-checkout registers to handle shoppers. The two self-checkouts operating at the Silver Sands Stop & Shop ...

Derby Night fundraiser set for May 4

On Saturday, May 4, Milestones Behavioral Services is honoring Betty Gallo, an advocate and founder of Gallo & ...

Rebuild begins at Beaver Brook walkway destroyed by 2012 fire

A once-popular boardwalk in a West Avenue park that was destroyed by a 2012 brush fire is finally ...

On strike: Self-checkouts open at Milford Stop & Shop

UPDATE: Day two of a Stop & Shop strike saw both Milford Stop & Shop stores open Friday, ...

Letter — Age raised to purchase tobacco products

To the Editor: I find it interesting that the leaders in Milford recently voted to ban the sale of tobacco to those under the age of 21. Do they think this will stop people from smoking in the future? I think not. We are going forward with banning a number of things in this state for those under 21 years old, but you can still join the military and lay ...

Boys lacrosse: Stamford High doubles up Foran Lions

MILFORD — Foran High lost to Stamford High, 14-7, on Thursday.  Ethan McVoy scored three goals and had an assist for coach Brian Adkins Lions, now 3-3.  Matt ...

Baseball: Law’s Zach Merchant shuts down Career Magnet

NEW HAVEN — After watching his pitching staff surrender 26 runs in two losses already in the week, Jonathan Law coach Greg Semler put the ball in the ...

Girls track and field: Foran Lions top Panthers, Westies

Foran High defeated Platt Tech and West Haven to improve its record to 5-2 on the season Thursday.  4x800 Relay: Foran 13:02; 4x100 Relay: Foran 53.1; 100 Hurdles ...

Boys tennis: Amity Spartans defeat Foran Lions

MILFORD — Foran High lost to Amity, 7-0, on Thursday.  Singles  Brett Gloria (A) def. Ryan Money 6-0, 6-1; Chris Bullers (A) def. Nico Esposito 6-0, 6-1; Ben ...

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 — Age raised to purchase tobacco products

To the Editor: I find it interesting that the leaders in Milford recently voted to ban the sale ...

Walsh’s Wonderings — Winter bodies in summer clothes

Robert F. Walsh It’s upon us, people, so don’t say you haven’t been warned. We’re officially in that ...

Letter — Age raised to purchase tobacco products

To the Editor: I find it interesting that the leaders in Milford recently voted to ban the sale of tobacco to those under the age of 21. Do ...

Calling all artists

Milford Arts Council and Coastal Arts Guild of Connecticut are calling all artists to explore relationships as expressed in patterns, reflections, and color in an exhibition called Relativity. ...

LATEST NEWS

Derby Night fundraiser set for May 4

On Saturday, May 4, Milestones Behavioral Services is honoring Betty Gallo, an advocate and founder of Gallo & Co., for her three decades of service to people with special needs. ...

Rebuild begins at Beaver Brook walkway destroyed by 2012 fire

A once-popular boardwalk in a West Avenue park that was destroyed by a 2012 brush fire is finally being replaced. Construction equipment stood ready at the Beaver Brook Trail site ...

On strike: Self-checkouts open at Milford Stop & Shop

UPDATE: Day two of a Stop & Shop strike saw both Milford Stop & Shop stores open Friday, but with only a few self-checkout registers to handle shoppers. The two ...

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. 

Boys lacrosse: Stamford High doubles up Foran Lions

MILFORD — Foran High lost to Stamford High, 14-7, on Thursday.  Ethan McVoy scored three goals and had an assist for coach Brian Adkins Lions, now 3-3.  Matt Davidson scored two goals ...

Baseball: Law’s Zach Merchant shuts down Career Magnet

NEW HAVEN — After watching his pitching staff surrender 26 runs in two losses already in the week, Jonathan Law coach Greg Semler put the ball in the hands of Zach Merchant ...

Girls track and field: Foran Lions top Panthers, Westies

Foran High defeated Platt Tech and West Haven to improve its record to 5-2 on the season Thursday.  4x800 Relay: Foran 13:02; 4x100 Relay: Foran 53.1; 100 Hurdles Barberi (WH) 19.1; 100 ...
Top row, left to right: DMBA Advisory Board Members Brian Smith, radio personality; Tracy Bonosconi, owner of the Lovet Shop; and Stephen Barrante, co-founder of Atomic Kid Studios. Bottom row, left to right: Jodee Caruso, secretary; Kaleigh Friend, treasurer; Dan Rascoll, vice president; and Karen Fortunati, interim president.

Downtown Milford Business Association appoints new members

DMBA Advisory Board Members Brian Smith, radio personality; Tracy Bonosconi, owner of the Lovet Shop; and Stephen Barrante, co-founder of Atomic Kid Studios. Also, Jodee Caruso, secretary; Kaleigh Friend, treasurer; Dan Rascoll, vice president; and Karen Fortunati, interim president. The Downtown Milford Business Association announces the appointment of four new ...

Charity of the Month program assists non-profits

Stevens Auto Group of Milford, Stevens Ford and Stevens Lincoln have announced their 2019 Charity of the Month program. The goal of this program is to financially assist non-profit organizations whose efforts directly benefit the Milford and local area communities while increasing awareness and visibility for the mission of those ...

Subway’s legal team to be honored

Subway’s legal team has been named the Connecticut Law Tribune’s 2019 In-House Counsel of the Year. The 123-person team based in Milford works with headquarters and franchisee teams on a range of legal matters from contract negotiations to real estate agreements. They will be honored on May 16 at the ...

Walsh’s Wonderings — Winter bodies in summer clothes

Robert F. Walsh It’s upon us, people, so don’t say you haven’t been warned. We’re officially in that seasonal purgatory where temperatures dance between freezing and “Do I really need a jacket?” ...

Letter — Resident says tolls will negatively impact citizens

To the Editor: My name is Edward Vanchot and reside in the 5th district on 858 New Haven Avenue. I attended [the April 1] Board of Alderman meeting where Alderman Giannattasio proposed ...

Letter — Milford resident says ‘skip the straw’

To the Editor: Skip the (plastic) Straw is one ongoing environmental initiative. There are many proposed bills going before the Connecticut and national lawmakers regarding plastics in general, including plastic straws, but ...

Police: Man threatened to kill another if he called 911

A Milford man was held in police custody on a $20,000 bond after threatening to kill a man during a domestic incident. According to police, ...

Spotlight listing of upcoming events

Business After Hours Business After Hours, sponsored by Rotary Club of of Milford, will take place on Thursday, April 18, from 5-7 p.m., at Gusto’s ...

Milford accepting applications for tax credit program

The City of Milford is accepting applications for the 2019 Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit Program, sponsored by the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services. The ...

Precious Blood Parish hosts Tenebrae service

Precious Blood Parish in Milford is hosting their annual Tenebrae service on Wednesday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m., at St. Agnes Church, 400 Merwin Ave. ...

Police: Man threatened to kill another if he called 911

A Milford man was held in police custody on a $20,000 bond after threatening to kill a man during a domestic incident. According to police, ...

Test Drive: Lexus surprises with 2019 RX450hL

If we’ve ever driven a quieter, smoother-riding car — sedan or crossover — than the 2019 Lexus RX450hL, its identity has slipped from the old ...

Milford accepting applications for tax credit program

The City of Milford is accepting applications for the 2019 Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit Program, sponsored by the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services. The ...

Precious Blood Parish hosts Tenebrae service

Precious Blood Parish in Milford is hosting their annual Tenebrae service on Wednesday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m., at St. Agnes Church, 400 Merwin Ave. ...

Conscious Cook: The beauty of rebirth

“For I remember that it is Easter Morn and life and love and peace are all new born.” — Alice Freeman Palmer Spring brings the ...

Kids Stuff: Family fun

SPECIAL EVENTS Egg Hunt, April 20, 10 a.m. or 1 p.m., Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Fairfield, 2325 Burr St., Fairfield. Outdoor egg hunt, spring-themed ...

Test Drive: Lexus surprises with 2019 RX450hL

If we’ve ever driven a quieter, smoother-riding car — sedan or crossover — than the 2019 ...

Something New: Lessons and lectures

ART & ARCHITECTURE Henna with Priyanka Jain, April 18, 1-3 p.m., Fairfield Museum and History Center, ...

Movie Menu: Wuthering Heights, Grease, The Godfather and more

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) Who wouldn’t want a friend like Ferris? Matthew Broderick makes us ...

On Stage: This weekend and upcoming

THIS WEEKEND Illusionist Rick Thomas, April 20, 8 p.m., The Palace Theatre, 61 Atlantic St., Stamford. ...

WCSU hosts art exhibit to raise awareness about sexual assault

The #MeToo Movement reinforced the ongoing plight of women’s rights. Now, Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) ...

This Weekend: Concerts, egg hunts and more

Julie Julie Julie will be screened on April 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the Ridgefield Playhouse, ...

WCSU hosts art exhibit to raise awareness about sexual assault

The #MeToo Movement reinforced the ongoing plight of women’s rights. Now, Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) ...

Kids Stuff: Family fun

SPECIAL EVENTS Egg Hunt, April 20, 10 a.m. or 1 p.m., Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Fairfield, 2325 Burr St., Fairfield. Outdoor egg hunt, spring-themed ...

Test Drive: Lexus surprises with 2019 RX450hL

If we’ve ever driven a quieter, smoother-riding car — sedan or crossover — than the 2019 ...

Something New: Lessons and lectures

ART & ARCHITECTURE Henna with Priyanka Jain, April 18, 1-3 p.m., Fairfield Museum and History Center, ...

Conscious Cook: The beauty of rebirth

“For I remember that it is Easter Morn and life and love and peace are all new born.” — Alice Freeman Palmer Spring brings the ...

Movie Menu: Wuthering Heights, Grease, The Godfather and more

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) Who wouldn’t want a friend like Ferris? Matthew Broderick makes us ...

On Stage: This weekend and upcoming

THIS WEEKEND Illusionist Rick Thomas, April 20, 8 p.m., The Palace Theatre, 61 Atlantic St., Stamford. ...

This Weekend: Concerts, egg hunts and more

Julie Julie Julie will be screened on April 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the Ridgefield Playhouse, ...

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