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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
Voting registrars face growing responsibilities, strained...

Connecticut's registrars of voters are busier than ever, but they say the resources at their disposal aren't growing as fast as their responsibilities. Registrars are now required to obtain state certification and, with state efforts to make voting easier, are processing large numbers of registration forms, each of which must be carefully vetted.

Milford police educate faith organizations on active shootings

Several members of faith organizations in Milford, Conn., learned how to better prepare their buildings to deter active shooters from targeting them on Feb. 20, 2018. Several members of faith organizations in Milford, Conn., learned how to better prepare their buildings to deter active shooters from targeting them on Feb. 20, 2018.

Subway Turns to $2-Off Loyalty Program to Reverse Sales Slump an hour ago

The sandwich chain will let diners use their loyalty rewards on any menu items, lifting restrictions under the current program. The new system, which will expand to 28,500 U.S. and Canadian locations next month, will offer frequent customers freebies such as cookies and chips and let them use their balance via a mobile app and other channels.

State Rep. Staneski Stands with Animal Advocates

State Rep. Pam Staneski joined her fellow members of the Animal Welfare Caucus and the Connecticut Humane Society announced their legislative priorities for the 2018 session. "Although the focus of the session will be on fixing the state budget, the committees of cognizance will be taking up these animal welfare proposals.

Meadows Brothers Come To Live@theMAC

LiVE@theMAC is proud to present The Meadows Brothers and their gut-bucket, dirtroad, twangy spirit to downtown Milford on Friday, March 23rd at 8:00PM. Their distinct brand of roots music draws from inspiration from a huge list of influences; combining Folk, Blues, Country and Rock n' Roll genres into what the Boston Globe calls "An engaging twangy sibling sound all their own."

Milford artist's work on exhibit through April

Paintings by Diane Dunne Smith, an art exhibit highlighting the work of the Milford artist, is the art display for March and April at the Stratford Library. It is free and open to the public.

Kim Rose intends to run for fifth term

"Now more than ever, proven experience is necessary to lead the state to financial stability," Rose said in response to an announcement by Republican Connie Jagodzinski that she plans to challenge Rose for the seat. Rose, a former member and vice chairman of Milford's Planning and Zoning Board, said the only principle that guides her is the best interest of Milford and Connecticut, and she said her voting record proves that.

Investigation launched into alleged animal cruelty

Milford police say they have received several calls about the Bark Avenue Pet House LLC, regarding a video that shows a worker handling dogs in a rough manner. "We have received several calls regarding the Bark Ave Pet House LLC," police say on their Twitter page.

The Anna and Raven Show 2/20/18

Fergie's National Anthem was roasted for sounding too seductive, so that got Anna and Producer Christian thinking what songs should never be sung seductively? Mark Arcobello is from Milford, attended four years of college at Yale, and scored a goal in the US's win over Slovakia! AND it's National Pet Day! Anna and Producer Christian go over the little things that make them say "That's all I need to know about you" including Christian's girlfriend Michelle getting a very unusual pick up line used on her! According to a new study, everything you knew about trying to live for a long time is not going to help.

CT City Approves Tax Break for Spouses of Fallen

Feb. 19--MILFORD, CT-- Families that have had first responders fall in the line of duty will be getting a break in their property taxes. At the urging of Karen Fortunati, who represents District 5, the Board of Aldermen recently passed the tax-reduction package that will benefit spouses of police officers, firefighters and EMS workers who have died in the line of duty.

Former Alderman Thomas Beirne has died

Beirne, who served as an alderman during the late Fred Lisman administration, also served as board chairman from 2005 to 2007. He later served on the pension board, as well as the Milford Legends Committee and the Milford Cemetery Commission, where he worked to preserve the remains of Milford's Revolutionary War veterans.

Volunteers can still help with bird count

The public can help scientists track trends in bird populations through Project FeederWatch at the Connecticut Audubon SocietyA's Coastal Center, 1 Milford Point Road, Milford. Volunteers can identify, count and record the visitors at the feeders through the centerA's large observation windows.

Milford hot dog stand is relished by customers

Bobby Manere, Jr., adds mustard to a Yuppie Dog at Dogtown on New Haven Ave. in Milford on February 15, 2018. Bobby Manere, Jr., adds mustard to a Yuppie Dog at Dogtown on New Haven Ave. in Milford on February 15, 2018.

Court clears way for conversion of Derby nursing home

David Guerrera, co-owner of Apex International Education Partners, said the bidding process to convert the former Marshall Lane Manor in Derby to a residence for teenage students from China attending private schools here will begin this week. less David Guerrera, co-owner of Apex International Education Partners, said the bidding process to convert the former Marshall Lane Manor in Derby to a residence for teenage students from China attending private ... more A lawsuit filed against Derby's Planning and Zoning Commission challenging the special exception which would allow the former Marshall Lane Manor converted into a residence for teenage high school students from China has been withdrawn.

St. Patricka s Parade leaders get their sashes

This year's Miss Emerald Isle, Emily Mager, third from left, is surrounded by previous year's Miss Emerald Isles: Kelly Scianna, left, Colleen Hugo, and Gina Raucci on the right. The two top dignitaries of this year's Milford St. Patrick's Day Parade - the grand marshal and Miss Emerald Isle - are officially in place.

Curtain Call: Eastbound Theatre happily wagging its tail

Eastbound Theatre, Milford: If you haven't been to Eastbound Theatre lately, there's something very new going on. On Friday and Saturday performances, the theater offers cabaret seating and BYO-Everything.

Milford police looking for Subway robbery suspect

Police are looking for a suspect in a strong-armed robbery at a Subway restaurant earlier Thursday morning, Feb. 15, 2018. The Subway, at 1 River St. in Milford, Conn., implied a weapon but did not show one, police said.

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