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The Wallingford school district is looking for two new athletic directors for its high schools after V.J. Sarullo decided to leave his position as AD at Sheehan for the same post at Jonathan Law in Milford on July 1. Earlier, Amy Labas left her position as Lyman Hall athletic director to become Coordinator of Athletics and Extra-Curricular ... (more)
Milford police say David Weston, 28, of West Main Street, is accused of striking his companion while she was holding an infant child, police said in a press release.
Milford police arrested Scott Monro, 27, of Redford, Mich., after they received a complaint regarding a robbery that occurred at a Plains Road hotel on July 6. Police say Monro was riding on the elevator with another guest when Monro allegedly pushed the victim to the ground and took $50 from him.
The Milford Junior Major League Golden Thunder 8U baseball team defeated South Meriden Gold in Beth-Wood Tournament play on Monday, July 7. Luis Lozada had a leadoff triple and was brought home by Alex Rodriguez for an early lead.
With a one-year moratorium on affordable housing projects recently enacted, State Sen. Gayle Slossberg told the Board of Aldermen Monday night that she believes Milford will qualify for a four-year moratorium.
City Republicans recently chose Rohrig, a former Board of Education Minority Leader, to become city clerk after interviewing several candidates.
The Milford Junior Major League/Daniel S. Wasson Baseball will be offering its 2014 fall youth baseball program for all children ages 4-16.
Milford police arrested John Simko, 18, of Milford on a variety of charges after they received a complaint regarding a person breaking into a parked vehicle on Windsong Lane on July 6. Investigation led to the arrest of Simko who is accused of entering a vehicle and taking property from it.
A teacher at Jonathan Law High School has been charged with assault for allegedly restraining a student by the neck during a class, according to police.
Amy DiSabella stands in the midst of some of the vintage furniture and other time honored treasures in her downtown shop, Sophie Claire's.
Blight is nothing new in Milford and in reality the number of complaints is increasing, health department officials say.
Iraq war veteran Eunice Ramirez finds comfort in her walks at Walnut Beach in her hometown of Milford, Conn.
Jesse Steinmetz, of Washngton, Conn., poses at the town green in New Milford, Conn.
Why rush into transforming the existing police and radio communications towers on Eels Hill into a 135 foot tower that will also see AT&T lease space on that very same tower for cell phone relay usage that could endanger the residents who live within one quarter to one half mile from its base with radio frequency microwave transmissions that may be ... (more)
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Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 07:55 am
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