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A large portion of Milford is coastline. The Long Island Sound, on which Milford borders, has always been abundant in shellfish. Every August, Milford celebrates its annual Oyster Festival. The Milford Green in the center of downtown Milford hosts the festival. The famous Oyster Festival includes events such as canoe and kayak races, live musical performances, classic car shows, and culinary celebrations. Milford also has a large art community. The Milford Council for the Arts offers several cultural events throughout the year.
Local Newspapers: Milford Mirror Milford Weekly
Local Sports Teams: Bridgeport Bluefish (ALPBC)
Local Colleges: Sacred Heart University
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PD: Customer with gun chases away armed robbers in Milford restaurant
Two New Haven men were arrested Friday after allegedly robbing a Milford restaurant at gunpoint before being chased away by an armed customer. Police say 21-year-old Royshon Ferguson and 22-year-old Gregory McLaurin were arrested after an armed robbery was reported at the Smashburger , at 1590 Boston Post Road.Milford flu clinic Wednesday
The Milford Health Department will hold a flu clinic Wednesday, Jan. 24, from noon to 5 p.m. at 82 New Haven Avenue. The Milford Health Department has provided seasonal influenza vaccinations, "flu shots", to residents on a monthly basis since October.Women's march: Next generation
Helen Gallagher, 6, and Scarlett Morris, 5, of Milford, Conn. were among the thousands that took part in the Women's March in Manhattan.Wrestling: Take Down MS match at Foran High
The Foran High wrestling team will be having a special night to culminate their year-long service project, Take Down MS. Multiple Sclerosis is a debilitating disease that affects many in our community, and all proceeds raised will go toward assisting Milford residents who struggle with the daily limitations of the disease.Connecticut hospitals hold steady as insurance mandate ends
Stamford Hospital Chief Operating Officer Kathy Silard discusses the hospital's outlook for 2018, after Congress' repeal of the individual mandate and the passage of the state budget last year, at her office in Stamford, Conn., on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018. less Stamford Hospital Chief Operating Officer Kathy Silard discusses the hospital's outlook for 2018, after Congress' repeal of the individual mandate and the passage of the state budget last year, at her office in ... more Stamford Hospital Chief Operating Officer Kathy Silard discusses the hospital's outlook for 2018, after Congress' repeal of the individual mandate and the passage of the state budget last year, at her office in Stamford, Conn., on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018.Crews remove tree from Milford roadway
Around 1:30 p.m., Milford Police completely shut down Wheelers Farm Road between Lavery and Honeycomb lane in Milford, Conn., on Jan. 20, 2018. The road was reopened around 4:30 p.m. Around 1:30 p.m., Milford Police completely shut down Wheelers Farm Road between Lavery and Honeycomb lane in Milford, Conn., on Jan. 20, 2018.Avoiding Mistakes in 1031 Exchanges
Last spring, Milford, Conn., resident Chris Hiza wanted to replace two rental properties he owned with other rental units that he thought would appreciate more in the long term. But instead of selling his two three-family rentals, paying taxes on the gains, and then using what was left to buy the new rentals, he made a 1031 exchange.Danbury area towns unsure about DOT cuts
A week after Gov. Dannel P. Malloy halted some 400 transportation projects as part of state budget-cutting, local officials are still figuring out how the cuts will affect their towns. The Jan. 10 announcement that projects totaling $4.2 billion were being indefinitely postponed was met with widespread disappointment, but was not wholly unexpected.RC Monster Scale 45% Fokker Triplane with flight Video
Here's a golden oldie from back in 2012. Flying at the popular Big Biplane Bash RC Fly In, the coveted Best of Show award went to an amazingly large, Monster Scale Fokker Triplane.Milford cops: DUI driver, ran red light, drove wrong way
A 48-year-old Milford woman was arrested late Thursday for allegedly driving the wrong way down a street while intoxicated. Officer Joseph Dempsey said in a release that Deanna Rozmus, of Burnt Plains Road, also "pulled away from officers attempting to administer roadside sobriety tests and kicked an officer on scene during the initial traffic stop."Personalization while you wait at FernEllie in New Milford
Items available for personalization are displayed at FernEllie Creations, a new store in New Milford, Conn., on Friday, Jan. 19, 2018. Items available for personalization are displayed at FernEllie Creations, a new store in New Milford, Conn., on Friday, Jan. 19, 2018.Four charged in Milford home invasion
Thomas Sanders, 42, of Dixwell Avenue in New Haven, was arrested in connection with a May 29, 2017 home invasion on Melba Street in Milford. Thomas Sanders, 42, of Dixwell Avenue in New Haven, was arrested in connection with a May 29, 2017 home invasion on Melba Street in Milford.Four arrested in 2017 home invasion on Melba
On May 29, Milford police received a complaint of a home invasion which had just taken place at a Melba Street residence: the suspects had just left in a silver Infiniti sedan after using a firearm to forcibly take items from the resident's home. While on the way to the Melba Street home, a Milford officer spotted a car matching the description speeding on Old Gate Lane near New Haven Avenue, and began pursuing.Plan suggests 3- to 5-story building downtown, parking garage, townhouses
Residents heard conceptual plans for a downtown Milford Thursday night that might include a new building where the Corner Convenience building is located - a large structure that incorporates retail space, apartments and a parking garage. BL Companies of Meriden, an architecture and engineering firm presenting the information, also talked about building townhouses on Railroad Avenue where new commuter parking spaces were recently created, and sprucing up the downtown area around the railroad station to create a transit oriented development, or TOD, which focuses on a walkable community.Eastbound Theatre Presents SYLVIA
Eastbound Theatre, a division of the Milford Arts Council, is delighted to present the second show of its 24th season, the hilarious and touching Sylvia, by A.R. Gurney . American playwright A.R. Gurney , best known not only for Sylvia but also his plays The Dining Room, and Love Letters, is a Yale graduate with 48 plays and 4 novels to his name.Milford harbor is site of ice rescue training
Milford firefighters C.J. Staiger, top, and Tom Sarno practice cold water ice rescue techniques with the Milford Fire Department on Milford Harbor on Thursday, January 18, 2018. Milford firefighters C.J. Staiger, top, and Tom Sarno practice cold water ice rescue techniques with the Milford Fire Department on Milford Harbor on Thursday, January 18, 2018.Officials hoping warm weather will take care of Kent ice dam
There are no plans to break up the mile-long ice dam that has caused flooding since Saturday, but after a 90-minute briefing involving federal, state and local officials Wednesday evening, authorities said they have resources and contingency plans in place if conditions worsen. Authorities still hope that Mother Nature will save Kent and downriver towns such as New Milford from flooding by gradually melting the ice so that the river flow gradually returns to normal, said State Rep. Brian Ohler.
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