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Styles Through the Years: Nipmuc Media Center Hosts Faculty Prom Exhibit

Nipmuc Regional High School Library Media Specialist Suzanne Venkataraman stands with the Prom dress that she wore in 1981 during a Faculty Prom Exhibit at the school. Over two dozen dresses and pictures of Nipmuc teachers and staff were on display this month in the Media Center ranging in dates [more]

Mendon Approves Town Administrator’s Salary Increase as Part of New Budget

After a fairly lengthy debate, Mendon voters rejected an amendment by a secret ballot vote to decrease the proposed Town Administrator’s Salary Line item, eventually voting to support the recommend increased amount of $117,742. The vote was taken during the presentation of the town’s new Fiscal Ye [more]

Mendon Selectmen Approve Hiring New Town Accountant

Lisa Kelly will soon be serving as Mendon’s new Town Accountant. The Board of Selectmen met the top candidate during a brief May 9 meeting and unanimously voted to hire the Grafton resident. Mendon has been without a permanent Town Accountant since Claudia Cataldo resigned last year. According to [more]

Two Lifelong Volunteers Honored as the 2016 Milford Seniors of the Year

Shown left to right, are Seniors of the Year for Milford, Joe Donaher and Jean Dudley, who are seated, with Sue Clark, Senior Center Director, and Edwin Roth, Chairman Milford Council on Aging, both standing. Harry Platcow photo Town officials, members of the Milford Council on Agin [more]

Annual Town Meeting on May 23

The Finance Committee is finalizing its recommendations this month on the proposed $95.3-million Fiscal Year 2017 (July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017) operating budget and $1.3-million worth of spending articles that appear on the warrant for the May 23 Annual Town Meeting. As of April 27, the commit [more]

Woodland School Bond Buoys Officials

The Town of Milford successfully sold $28 million worth of bonds on April 20 to pay off its share of constructing the new Woodland Elementary School, with the Board of Selectmen voting to make the sale official and sign the required paperwork on April 25. Annual payment and interest costs came in at $ [more]

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Finance Committee to Recommend Passing Over Town Meeting Articles

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