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Second Annual Milford Beautification Day

Citizens for Milford is organizing the Second Annual Milford Beautification Day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 30. The event provides residents, organizations and businesses an opportunity to work together to beautify the community by picking up trash around town. Volunteers should meet in t [more]

Sewer Rates to Remain Unchanged for 9th Consecutive Year

The last time the Sewer Department raised its rates was in 2008 – eight fiscal years ago. Now, make it a nine-year streak. “For the eighth year in a row, we haven’t raised rates,” Sewer Commissioner Richard Cenedella told the Finance Committee’s Sewer subcommittee on April 12, as that subco [more]

Scholastic Achievement and Community Service Celebrated

51 Milford High School students are inducted into the National Honor Society during an April 13 ceremony. Scholastic achievement and dedication to community service work were reasons for celebration as 51 Milford High School students from the Class of 2017 were inducted into the [more]

Fernandes Declines to Seek Re-Election to Sixth Term

Citing a desire to spend more time with his family, State Representative John Fernandes, D. Milford, announced on April 14 that he would not seek a sixth two-year term in this coming November’s election. Up until the announcement, the 10-year veteran – who chairs the powerful House Judiciary Com [more]

Buckley, Kingkade Chose Different Job Applicant Again

For the second time last month, Selectmen William Buckley and William Kingkade ignored a recommended candidate and chose another finalist for a town position. On March 7, they hired Mark Veneziano over recommended candidate Paolo DeSouza to be the junior building custodian in the renovated Milford You [more]

Upper Charles Trail Being Improved for Visually Impaired

The Milford Commission on Disability plans to make a section of the Upper Charles Trail along Louisa Lake the first bike path/walkway in the state that visually impaired persons can enjoy. Beals and Thomas, Inc. The popular Upper Charles Trail will soon become the first bike path/walk [more]

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