Click to Learn More
Milford Town Crier


Town Crier Publication Dates
Town Crier Newspaper Advertising Rates

Town Crier Publications

Promote Your Page Too

News Archive 2019
2020 News Archive
2019 News Archive
2018 News Archive
2017 News Archive
2016 News Archive
2015 News Archive
2014 News Archive
2013 News Archive
2012 News Archive
2011 News Archive
2010 News Archive


Welcoming the Holidays in Mendon & Upton!
Residents of all ages can welcome in the holidays during the weekend

Voters Support Fire Department Requests and Build Up Reserves
In just over three hours, Mendon residents discussed and debated a 29 artic

Solar Program Discussed with Selectmen
Mendon residents Anne Mazar and Carolyn Barthel attended the November 12 Bo

Dual Tax Rate Criticized
The chairman of the town’s Downtown Revitalization Committee told selectm

Scouting for Food
During the first weekend of November Milford scout troops hung Scouting for

Firefighters Successfully Put Out East St. Blaze
Firefighters from Milford, Hopedale and Bellingham battled a two-alar

Ghosts, Goblins and Witches – Oh, My!
Halloween is just around the corner and Milford has a lot planned for the

$1-Million Grant Awarded for Opioid Programs
The federal Department of Justice this month awarded the Worcester County D

Two More Self-Service Gas Stations Approved
There soon will be two more self-service gasoline stations in Milford; the

National Defense University Visits BVT
Blackstone Valley Tech students and staff welcomed veterans and active-duty

Upton Fire Department Recipient of Two Grants Totaling Nearly $100,000
The Upton Fire/EMS Department recently learned it received two grants; one

Bair Gives Selectmen Update on Historical Society
Upton Historical Society President Tom Bair provided the Board of Selectmen

Miscoe and Nipmuc Action Plans
School officials from Miscoe Hill and Nipmuc Regional High Schools presente

One-Article Special Town Meeting
The Board of Selectmen voted on September 9 to set a one-article Special To

Health Board Limiting E-Cigarette/ Vaping Sales
The Board of Health voted unanimously on September 16 to restrict the sales

Selectmen Discuss Surplus Land Sale Procedures
A request to sell 0.133 acres of town-owned land on Birch St. at the Boar

Town and State Officials Continue to Monitor EEE Virus Threat
Town officials in both Mendon and Upton continue to monitor the threat of

An Artful Look at Science & Technology
New Century/New Materials, a truly NEW exhibit featuring current art tren

Upton Selectmen Hear Initial Review of Master Recreation Plan
Upton Recreation Director Andrew St. George and Commission members Debra Am

Fred Kelley Named Mendon’s Senior Citizen of the Year
Fred Kelley will soon have his name added to the list of recipients n

Back to School for Mendon Upton Students
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for many parents – back to sch

Mendon Selectmen Approve Appointments and Open Warrant
During a short 30-minute meeting, the Mendon Board of Selectmen checked of

A Double Eagle for Upton Boy Scout Troop 132
During a Court of Honor Ceremony on June 18 at St. Gabriel the Archan

Luchini Installed as 59th Prospect Heights “Mayor”
New Mayor Jamie Luchini tips his hat to fellow Prospect Heights mayor

Final Arguments in Water Company Purchase Filed with DPU
Lawyers for the Town of Milford and the privately held Milford Water Compan

Valley Tech Students Shine at SkillsUSA Nationals
Valley Tech Students Shine at SkillsUSA Nationals In the final stage of th

A Good Year for the Milford School District and its Superintendent
The Milford School Committee commended Superintendent Dr. Kevin McIntyre

111th Eagle Scout for Upton Boy Scout Troop 132
Upton Boy Scout Troop 132’s newest Eagle Scout, Nicholas Herd was r

Mendon Selectmen Approve First Marijuana Host Agreement
During a June 17 meeting, the Mendon Board of Selectmen approved the town

Upton Selectmen Approve Increased Water / Wastewater Rates
A public hearing was held during Upton’s June 18 Board of Selectmen’s m

Facing a Budget Gap, School District Cuts Six Positions
Six positions in the Mendon Upton Regional School District will be cut af

Just Keep Going Advises 100 Year Old Georgia Deane
Georgia Deane celebrated her 100th birthday at a party at the Mendon

Selectmen Given Update on Upton Dog Park
Bill Taylor of the Open Space Committee provided the Board of Selectmen an

Milford High Sends the Class of 2019 Off to New Adventures and New Successes
The 246 members of the Class of 2019 gathered together for one last t

Valley Tech Celebrates the 301 Members of the Class of 2019
Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School graduated 301 m

Milford Girl Scouts Service Unit Team Earns President’s Award
Milford Girl Scouts Service Team Unit Team members are, l-r, Karen Ra

Fourteen Valley Tech Seniors Commit to STEM College Majors
Fourteen Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School (BVT)

Selectmen Discuss Closing Warren St.
Once again, a discussion on closing Warren St. came up during the Upton Boa

Historical Commission Sounds Off on Demo Delay Process
Selectmen concerning a number of properties in town that have been demolish

Town Meeting Nixes Increasing Selectmen, Moving Voting Date
Citizens’ petitions to increase the number of selectmen from three to fiv

Recent Actions by Milford Selectmen
• Approved transferring the Retail Package, Wine and Malt license from

Selectmen Discuss Appointing Interim Police Chief
Selectmen Chairman William Buckley suggested to his colleagues on April 22

Selection Committee Finalizes Chief ’s Job Description
In weekly meetings held on April 23 and April 30, the Police Chief Selectio

Selectmen Vote Not to Sell Watershed Lands
The Board of Selectmen voted unanimously on April 22 not to sell two parce

Mendon Budget, Ambulance, and Rezoning to be Voted Tonight
On Friday, May 3, Mendon’s Annual Town Meeting is scheduled to take place

St. Gabriel’s and United Parish Community Youth Event, May 5
REFUGE Youth Event, sponsored by United Parish and St. Gabriel’s Church w

New Selectman and Marijuana Question to be Determined on Election Day in Upton
Upton voters will determine their new Selectman and whether or not to prohi

Electronics Recycling Day
The First Congregational Church of Milford, 4 Congress St., is sponsoring a

Taking a Week to Focus on Health and Wellness
The Milford Public Schools celebrated their annual Wellness Week April 8-12

Selectmen Vote to Sell Two Surplus Properties
After much discussion on April 8, the Board of Selectmen decided to offer t

Pre-Town Meeting Forum Being Held on May 15
The Town Meeting Study and Improvement Committee is sponsoring a Pre-Town M

Soares Explains Petition to Increase Number of Selectmen
Milford resident Michael Soares used the Board of Selectmen’s “Invitati

Recent Actions by Milford Town Boards
• Met with Maureen Giffin, Human Resources director, to review the job de

Senior Nursing Facilities at “Crisis Stage”
Nursing facilities across the state are “at a crisis stage,” with 20

Walsh Re-elected Selectman
Milford’s voters put Michael Walsh back on the Board of Selectmen for ano

Team Rak Page
Visit Team Rak today. All proceeds are donated to fight Cancer.

MyCHIP Event at Montgomery Lodge
– On the 16th of March, Montgomery Lodge of Milford, Ancient Free and Acc

DeBartolomeis to Chair Police Chief Search Committee
Former Selectman Dino DeBartolomeis was chosen as chairman of the Police

11 Year-old Chess Champion
Leo Marzoratti is only 11 years old, but he’s already a “ranked” ches

Recent Actions by Milford Town Boards
• Approvedachangeofmanagerfor19thGolfandGrillat350East Main St. (Rt. 1

Town Seeks to Dismiss O’Loughlin’s Suit
Lawyers for the Town of Milford, Selectman William Buckley and Selectman

Selectmen Discuss Streamlining Hiring Process
Following a discussion on hiring a new Information Technology (IT) Support

New Faces Lead MHS Softball
The Milford High girls softball program has been a powerhouse in recent

Sports Flash
When someone dies after a bout with cancer, it’s sometimes said he or she

Walsh Tells Selectmen: Don’t “Muddy the Waters”
Selectmen Chairman Michael Walsh took umbrage on February 25 at his two col

Planning Board Opposes Sale of Watershed Lands
With the Board of Selectmen discussing the potential sale of several parcel

Milford Democratic Town Committee to Honor O’Loughlin
The Milford Democratic Town Committee (DTC) will honor longtime police chie

Hospital’s Patient Advisory Council Needs New Members
Milford Regional Medical Center is seeking community members from their 19

Future of Milford High and Stacy Middle Schools; Focus of Community Forums
Milford Public School officials will be seeking input from the community on

Empty Chair Degree
On Memorial Day, May 27th, the Brethren of Montgomery Lodge of Milford will

Despite Canceled Meetings, Mendon’s Budget Preparation on Track
Despite the fact that several Board of Selectmen meetings were canceled, Me

Scaling Kilimanjaro to Support Make-A-Wish
I am Brenna Ashby, a member of the Hopedale High School class of 2017 and a

Upton Selectmen Support Funding for Analysis of Holy Angels
During a February 5 meeting, the Board of Selectmen gave their support to t

Click to Learn More

Click to Learn More

Click to Learn More

Click to Learn More

Click to Learn More

Click to Learn More

Click to Learn More

HOME | CALENDAR | NEWS ARCHIVE | EDITORIAL | PHOTO GALLERY | SPORTS | ADVERTISING | ABOUT US

Town Crier Publications, Inc. · 48 Mechanic Street, Upton, MA 01568
Phone: 508-529-7791 · E-mail: sales@towncrierpubs.com

  Copyright © 2021  Town Crier Publications, Inc.
 All rights reserved.  ·  Login

Website designed and hosted by Standing Stone Designs.