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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
Milford Hospital host program on hernia

At 5:30 p.m. Dec. 5, at Milford Hospital, 300 Seaside Ave., general surgeon Dr. Marko Lujic, will present a program on "Hernia: Treatment and Repair." Lujic is in practice with Fairfield County Bariatrics & Surgical Specialists, P.C. and sees patients in their Milford office at 831 Boston Post Road.

Cruisin' Connecticut - " Holiday Shopping: Connecticut Post Mall

You can experience wonderful shops and dining, while finding the perfect gift for that special someone. Kelly Franz from the We just ask that people be very cautious in the parking lots and on the roads.

TheatreWorks To Open Stage Kiss On December 8

On Friday, December 8, TheatreWorks New Milford will premiere Sarah's Ruhl's acclaimed comedy Stage Kiss. The curtain rises at 8:00 p.m. on a five-week run.

Seven residents honored for coming to America

Local officials and recipients of the Thanks for Coming award stand for a photo after Monday's ceremony. They are, from left, award recipients Joseph Garbus, Terrance Copeland and Eeva Copeland, state Rep. Pam Staneski, award recipient Nadia Bajrakterevic, Milford Speaks Out member David Duffner, award recipient Wendy Safyre, Mayor Ben Blake, and award recipient Lesley Mills.

Milford Police ID dead man in apartment standoff

The view down Helwig Street near the Metro View apartments on High Street in Milford on Friday, November 17, 2017. Milford police found the body of a man inside a apartment where he barricaded himself after a standoff with police.

Mayor and elected officials sworn in Monday night in Milford

City Clerk Joanne Rohrig was sworn in for another term as well, as were elected members of city boards and commissions. The evening was filled with music and stories about Milford history: Platt Technical High School Principal Scott Zito, a professional musician who once played with Grace Slick, performed America the Beautiful on the piano and sang.

TheatreWorks New Milford Wins Northwest Arts Council CultureMAX Award

On November 14, TheatreWorks New Milford attended the CultureMAX Awards at the ?Warner Theatre in Torrington, CT to accept their award for #1 Cultural Organization in the region. The Northwest Connecticut Arts Council's CultureMAX Award recognizes artists of all disciplines: arts educators, heritage workers, cultural organizations, volunteers, and businesses that have elevated the stature of arts and/or heritage within the region of northwest Connecticut It is awarded to individuals and businesses who exemplify excellence in the cultural field or in serving the cultural community within the Council's 25-town service area.

Fairfield Man, Shelton Woman Charged With Violating Protective Orders

A Shelton woman was arrested on charges of violating a protective order after she sent 30 text messages and made seven phone calls to a man in one day, Milford police said. Zamfino was arrested Friday and charged with violation of a protection order and second-degree harassment, police said.

Harding wrestling program saved through donations

Charles Rivas, Harding High School, left, and Alex Richardson, New Milford High School, wrestle in a 152 pound semi-final match of the New Milford High School wrestling tournament, Saturday, January 21, 2017, at New Milford High School, in New Milford, Conn. less Charles Rivas, Harding High School, left, and Alex Richardson, New Milford High School, wrestle in a 152 pound semi-final match of the New Milford High School wrestling tournament, Saturday, January 21, 2017, ... more Charles Rivas, Harding High School, and Alex Richardson, New Milford High School, wrestle in a 152 pound semi-final match of the New Milford High School wrestling tournament, Saturday, January 21, 2017, at New Milford High School, in New Milford, Conn.

High winds lead to outages, downed trees in region

A wind advisory was in effect for much of the state Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017. Here are some wind speeds throughout the region.

Blumenthal - bot' attack reveals web's toxic side

It's the potential dark side of this period in public life, when entertainers and politicians are targets of sexual harassment claims by men and women who sense a new freedom in publicly airing their sometimes decades-old claims. An apparent hoaxer who targeted U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal on Friday underscores the potential for anonymous political enemies to hide behind shifting, even-disappearing social media platforms.

Blumenthal - bot' attack reveals web's toxic side

It's the potential dark side of this period in public life, when entertainers and politicians are targets of sexual harassment claims by men and women who sense a new freedom in publicly airing their sometimes decades-old claims. An apparent hoaxer who targeted U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal on Friday underscores the potential for anonymous political enemies to hide behind shifting, even-disappearing social media platforms.

Housatonic Community College to offer classes in Milford

Housatonic Community College will offer a range of classes at Jonathan Law High School in Milford for the spring semester. The courses will run from 6:30 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Sacred Heart University names its student success and wellness centers

Temperatures plummeted below freezing and wind whipped through the trees, but the crowd gathered Nov. 10 at Sacred Heart University held fast for the dedication ceremony of the Sheila Hamilton Student Success Center at 5060 Park Ave., Bridgeport, and the Maureen Hamilton Wellness Center at 4980 Park Ave. The dedications, which took place behind the Success Center, recognized the service and support of Brian Hamilton '87 to the University. Hamilton, who grew up in Milford, is a member of the University Board of Trustees and founder and chairman of Sageworks, a software and information company based in North Carolina.

Wilton man killed by train in Milford

A 24-year-old Wilton man was struck and killed by a train at the Milford train station Tuesday night, the Metropolitan Transit Authority confirmed Friday morning. The MTA said Ryan Duffy of Wilton was struck by a westbound train entering the Milford train station.

Emotionally disturbed man barricades himself in Milford apartment

There is a heavy police presence in the area of 25 High Street. According to Police, officers are responding to an emotionally disturbed man who barricaded himself inside his apartment.

Orange Open Space Enforcement: Leash Your Dogs, Pick Up Their Poop

The Orange Conservation Commission announces once again the Animal Control Officer from Milford Animal Control will be stepped-up enforcement activity in Orange's Open Spaces. Cindy Ruggeri, Chairperson of the Orange Conservation Commission, wants to remind the public using Orange's Open spaces that there are Local Ordinances requiring that owners of dogs must have their animals leashed and that solid waste left by their dog must be removed by the owner.

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