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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
Fishermen cited for undersized striped bass

Environmental police nabbed five fishermen this week and charged them with reeling in about 90 pounds of undersized striped bass. Officers assigned to the Western Marine Sector were conducting an evening fisheries enforcement patrol along the Housatonic River in Stratford and Milford on April 23 when they came across five men fishing.

New Ansonia police station clears first hurdle

A view of the former Farrel Corporation headquarters which Ansonia is planning to purchase and house its police department and senior citizen center. A public hearing on the purchase will take place May 2 in city hall at 7 p.m. .

Residents rally for schools and library at April budget hearing

Residents who are following this year's budget process said they don't want to see cuts to education spending or to the public library when the aldermen vote on the 2017-18 spending plan and set a new mill rate. A public hearing took place earlier this month at Milford City Hall, offering residents a chance to let their feelings be known about the city budget.

Metro-North Employees Cited For Saving Colleague's Life

Metro-North Railroad recognized five employees on Monday for saving a colleague who suffered a heart attack at the railroad's Brewster Yard last month. MTA President Joseph Giulietti thanked the employees for their actions during a meeting of the MTA Board's Metro-North Railroad Committee.

First set of stained glass windows restored at St. Peter's

Phase one of a stained glass windows restoration project has been completed at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in downtown Milford and now passersby can see them through clear laminated panes instead of the faded plastic that hid them for years. "This type of protective glass is very strong," said Junior Warden Conrad Green, who has headed the project for four years.

Merritt Parkway signs to be replaced

The Connecticut Department of Transportation is developing plans to replace the signs and their support structures on a 38.3-mile stretch of the Merritt Parkway from the Connecticut/New York border in Greenwich to the Stratford/Milford town line. "This project is necessary because of the age, condition and structural integrity of these signs and their support systems - some of which have little remaining reflectivity and are literally falling apart after 20 years along the roadway," said CTDOT Commissioner James P. Redeker.

Fairfield Police Charge Milford Man With Assault On Girlfriend, Client

A Milford man was arrested for assault after he confronted his girlfriend and a man she said was a business client in her car Sunday, punching each of them, police said. John Dacruz, 48, of Foran Road, was charged with third-degree assault and two counts of breach of peace in the incident, which took place around 9:30 p.m. in the parking lot outside Little Pub restaurant on Black Rock Turnpike, police said.

Real estate: Southwestern Connecticut homes with history

New Milford: The house, at 64 Cherniske Road in New Milford, Conn. is believed to have been built in 1765 by Samuel Hill, whose family was in the area since the 1600s.

Milford Senior Center 4-24 to 4-30

The Milford Senior Center at 9 Jepson Drive offers a variety of programs, activities and services for Milford residents 55 years of age and older. Effective July 1, 2014, the Milford Council on Aging Board of Directors voted to increase membership dues to $15.00 a year.

The YUGE job losses Trump is ignoring: retail workers

At his Senate confirmation hearing, Attorney General Jeff Sessions lied under oath that he had never had contact with the... Despite promising to release his tax returns in a televised debate with Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump continues to show that... Malls across the U.S., like this mall in Milford, Connecticut, are growing emptier and emptier. Which is bad news for those employed by the mall's stores.

No - cash for grass' in Connecticut - but locals more...

A Greenwich, Conn. sign warns area residents in September 2016 of water restrictions during drought conditions.

New Milford film board to host free screenings April 27

Six short films will be screened at the Bank Street Theater this week during a Film Commission event aimed at getting more exposure for Connecticut-made films. The commission recently partnered with the New Haven 48 Hour Film Project to show a night of free movies on Thursday, followed by a reception with filmmakers, said Commission Chair Valerie Lorimer.

The life of conjoined twins who refuse to be separated

The extraordinary life of conjoined twins who refuse to be separated: Lupita and Carmen, 16, love playing piano, doing handstands, and dressing up together. But doctors warn they cannot survive together much longer When talk of separation surgery came up, Lupita and Carmen asked their mother, 'Why would you want to cut us in half?' They each have two arms, but only a single leg, with Carmen controlling the right leg and Lupita, the left.

Conjoined twins refuse to be separated despite doctor's warnings

The conjoined twins, now 16, originally born in Mexico and now living in New Milford, Connecticut, defied those odds and lived far past doctors expectations. Health problems have emerged and placed the girls' futures at risk, but they tell the Hartford Couran t they don't see the point in a surgery that could end up killing them.

East Shore drama students present a oeShrek the Musical Jr.a

Nasty will be nice and Milford will be "ogre-the-moon" when East Shore Middle School drama students present their production of Shrek The Musical Jr., with shows running from May 4 to 6 at the school. The family-friendly musical comedy follows the adventures of an ogre named Shrek who sets off on a quest to save a princess from a dragon.

Police body cameras on their chargers at Police Headquarters, in Milford, Conn. Feb. 1, 2017.

The cameras were first proposed nearly two years ago by then-Police Chief Joseph Gaudett , who had sought to purchase the equipment by borrowing through Bridgeport's capital budget. Perez, who ideally would equip 300 patrol officers, said it could cost $1,200 a head annually to keep the footage on a secure server where it could be used for investigations and evidence.

Police seize more than $15,000 of heroin from Stratford man

The Drug Enforcement Agency, Bridgeport office, assisted by the Milford Police Department Tactical Unit, initiated an investigation into Anthony Parowski, 29, of 45 Marsh Way, Stratford, who was suspected of selling heroin in Milford and surrounding towns. On April 20, DEA agents and Milford detectives tried to apprehend Parowski in the parking lot of a Milford hotel.

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