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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.

Population: 50594
Local Newspapers: Milford Mirror Milford Weekly
Local Sports Teams: Bridgeport Bluefish (ALPBC)
Local Colleges: Sacred Heart University

Zip Codes associated with milford, connecticut: 06460 06461
Towns/Cities near milford, connecticut : Stratford Putney Orange Woodmont Devon

Milford News
SWC Grizzlies serve breakfast Saturday

The Southwest Connecticut Grizzlies club football team will hold their annual tip the waiter breakfast benefit Saturday, Sept. 23, from 10:30 a.m. to noon at the Milford Elks Club, 124 New Haven Ave., Milford.

Pair arrested after allegedly firing gun in Milford

Police said two men have been arrested after an incident in which one fired a gun at a motorist in Milford. On Sept.

Microgrid will help power city buildings during future storms

The City of Milford has signed an agreement for the design and construction of a $4.5 million microgrid in the downtown area, a system of generators and energy storage that is expected to keep key city buildings powered up when storms disrupt service. The city will pay $1.6 million for its share of the project, leasing the generators and energy storage unit for 15 years at $125,000 a year for 15 years.

Greater New Milford Hosts Film Festival

The 16-minute narrative short "Fry Day" about serial killer Ted Bundy was produced in New Milford. The Greater New Milford Film Festival will be held Sept.

Lacerenza named Catholic School Administrator of the Year

Frank P. Lacerenza, principal of St. Mary School in Milford, has been selected as the 2017-2018 Archdiocesan Distinguished Catholic School Administrator, according to the Archdiocese of Hartford. "An exceptional administrator who engenders respect among all members of his school community, Frank has been principal of St. Mary School for 26 years," the Archdiocese said in making the announcement.

In Pictures: Thousands show for SeptemberFest

Adeline Cataldo of Fairfield enjoys a bite at the annual SeptemberFest at Our Lady of the Assumption Church, Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017, in Fairfield, Conn.

Father dresses as referee to surprise son, daughter at football game

A military father who recently returned home from Kuwait gave his son and daughter the surprise of a lifetime during a football game at their high school in Connecticut on Friday. According to People Magazine, Master Sergeant Joe Egersheim, who has served his country for over 35 years, dressed as a referee at the game between Jonathan Law High School and Bethel High School in Milford, Connecticut.

Trio of senators defect, vote with GOP to block Demsa budget

Connecticut's state budget crisis grew exponentially more complicated Friday as three moderate Senate Democrats bolted their caucus and teamed with 18 Republicans to pass a GOP budget plan that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has vowed to veto as unbalanced and gimmick-ridden. Not only did the vote derail what Democrats saw as their best chance in months to end the budget impasse, but it raised questions about whether Democrats still have a working majority in the upper chamber.

Shoreline Homeowners Closely Monitoring Jose's Track

Connecticut shoreline residents who dealt with Irene and Sandy, are now keeping a close eye on the track of Jose. People who live along Connecticut's coastline are keeping a close eye on the path of Jose in the Atlantic Ocean.

Blue-green algae blooms plague Housatonic, while Candlewood sees

Edwin Wong, a biology professor at Western Connecticut State University, takes a sample of water from the beach at Lynn Demning Park in New Milford, in this file photo. That sample will be tested for toxins.

50 things to do this weekend in Connecticut, September 15-17

Registration will allow you to post comments on and create a Subscriber Portal account for you to manage subscriptions and email preferences. The Big E, which runs for 17 days, Sept.

Milford woman arrested after violating a protective order by putting...

A Milford woman turned herself in to be arrested on an active arrest warrant involving a protective order violation on Thursday afternoon. According to Ansonia Police , 48-year-old Leslie Laing of Milford turned herself into Ansonia Police Department around 1:15 p.m. on Thursday to be arrested on an active arrest warrant.

Leslie Laing, 48, of Milford, Conn., was charged with violation of a...

Leslie Laing, 48, of Milford, Conn., was charged with violation of a protective order by after she turned herself in on an active warrant Thursday afternoon, Ansonia police said. Leslie Laing, 48, of Milford, Conn., was charged with violation of a protective order by after she turned herself in on an active warrant Thursday afternoon, Ansonia police said.

Former beachfront home still cozy Milford gem

The house at 40 Shell Ave. in Milford began its life in 1865, as a beachfront cottage that was part of a bustle summer social scene in town. But, according to its current owner, the four-bedroom Nantucket Colonial, was moved across the street roughly 100 years ago.

Mom of slain teen offers to settle lawsuit claims for $23M

Donna Sanchez, mother of Maren Sanchez, speaks in front of Milford Superior Court following the sentencing of Christopher Plaskon in Milford, Conn. June 6, 2016.

Walk/Ride to raise suicide awareness

Sunday, Bridges Healthcare will host cyclists and walkers for its 25th annual Folks on Spokes ride and walk at Fowler Field in Milford, starting at 7 a.m. This year the walk is dedicated to raise suicide awareness. Proceeds from the event go directly to help local children, families, teens, young adults and adults who need psychiatric, behavioral health, substance abuse and primary care services.

Meet Callie Bundy She can certainly toss a football

Callie Bundy is a fitness model from Milford, Connecticut & a sports enthusiast. At the top of her favourite sports is football & she can certainly throw with the best of them.

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