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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
Suspect From December Milford Robbery In Custody

Ryan O'Farrell, 27, of Westerly was extradited to Connecticut on Friday, they said. He was charged with second-degree robbery and fourth-degree larceny.

Milford Police: Expect - heavy traffic' at buffet opening

Police are advising local residents to watch out for a tight situation at the Thursday opening of a new buffet restaurant, and not just at the beltline. "Expect heavy traffic," read a post on the Milford Police Department Facebook page Monday, in anticipation of the Mar. 30 opening of the Golden Corral.

Using natural stone in home design is getting bigger and bolder

An outdoor fireplace employs stone called Old Redding Red, and the paving stones of Jerusalem gray limestone in a sandblasted finish. An outdoor fireplace employs stone called Old Redding Red, and the paving stones of Jerusalem gray limestone in a sandblasted finish.

The Grand Opening of Twin Star Community Apothecary is this Saturday, ...

The Grand Opening of Twin Star Community Apothecary is this Saturday, March 25th on Bank Street in New Milford, CT. They are known for their bulk tea blends, simple tincture, and bulk herbs priced by the ounce.

Lauralton selects new president to succeed Dr. Iadarola

Elizabeth Miller has been appointed as the new president and head of Lauralton Hall in Milford, succeeding Dr. Toni Iadarola, who will retire in June of 2017. Elizabeth Miller has been named the next President and Head of Lauralton Hall in Milford.

Family Child Care Network disbands after 30 years

The network was established in 1987 to serve as a support group for licensed daycare providers and the staff at local preschools and daycares. The group provided educational workshops for members to enhance their professionalism working with children.

Schools look to performance based assessments to measure learning

The Milford schools are preparing to develop new performance based assessments, which would require students to give presentations to teachers and which would emphasize critical thinking, problem solving, analyzing data and posing critical questions. Brian Scott, Milford's superviser of the Social Studies and World Language curriculum, arranged for a professional development collaborative between the Milford, Stratford and Amity school districts to develop and share performance based assessments.

Reward offered for this man who robbed Milford bank

Police are looking for this man that robbed a Webster Bank at 314 Merwin Ave. on Thursday, March 23, 2017. The suspect - described as a white male, standing 6-feet tall with a tattoo on the left side of his neck - entered the bank around 3:15 Thursday afternoon.

Shortbus Bicycles Ready To Roll For Repairs Through Bridgeport

Got an old Schwinn that needs rescuing from the back of your garage or from ending up in a landfill? Last year he quit his "miserable" job working in a restaurant and turned a side business of flipping bikes into a full-time occupation and started Shortbus Bicycles. In essence what he does is breathe life back into miserable old bikes, often vintage ones like Schwinns and other steel-frame models.

West Haven man charged with trespassing while a oelooking for helpa

Milford police charged a man with trespassing back in January, when he crashed his car into a pond and broke into a nearby home while searching for help. Milford police say that on Wednesday morning, officers arrested Jerry Rollins, Jr. The 33-year-old West Haven man is accused of breaking into a home while police say he was "looking for help."

Zoning reg change paves way for cooking school at Walnut Beach

New zoning regulations are allowing The Fig Cooking School to open its doors at 42 Naugatuck Ave., following Planning and Zoning Board approval at its March 21 meeting. Cooking School owner Heide Lang had previously pursued a plan to purchase the city-owned Stowe Barn, 68 Stowe Ave., to use as the cooking school site, an idea that was supported by Walnut Beach area business owners and other residents.

Legalized Marijuana Hearing Draws Conflicting Testimony

A daylong hearing on legalizing marijuana in Connecticut produced torrents of conflicting testimony Wednesday about the public risks and benefits, ranging from health concerns to the need for new state tax revenue. The legislative hearing also highlighted very different attitudes toward recreational pot among members of the General Assembly 's judiciary committee.

Fairfield Psychiatrist Gets 26 Months For Illegal Drug Sales To Patients

A Milford psychiatrist who lives in Fairfield will spend 26 months behind bars for illegally distributing Adderall and Xanax to his patients, federal prosecutors said. Dr. Ljudmil Kljusev was sentenced Wednesday by U.S. District Judge Alvin W. Thompson in Hartford, said U.S. Attorney Deirdre M. Daly.

Staneski, Somers support shellfish industry efforts

State Sen. Heather Somers, R-Groton, and State Rep. Pam Staneski, R-Milford, said they are encouraged by recent actions in the legislature that will help promote growth in Connecticut's shellfish industry. The Legislature's Environment Committee voted to approve legislation that will allow for additional state certified testing to handle the growing industry and ensure that samples from shellfish beds along the state coast are properly screened before sale.

NEWS Inline Plastics expanding space in Georgia

And the Shelton, Conn.-based thermoformer is at it again, with the addition of new machinery and more space to serve its customers around the country. The company, over the past year, has added 157,200 square feet of manufacturing and warehouse space to its McDonough, Ga., location, and is "pursuing options" to expand existing manufacturing sites in Shelton and Salt Lake City.

Kim Rose: Coffee hour with constituents Sunday

State Rep. Kim Rose will be holding a coffee hour with constituents on Sunday, March 26 from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at the Bridgeport Flyer Diner located at 249 Bridgeport Avenue, Milford. Anyone wishing to chat with Rose about any state issue is encouraged to stop by the diner.

In open letter to Subway restaurant chain, Freshii proposes partnership

In a friendly open letter to the parent company of Subway restaurants, Canadian fast casual restaurant Freshii has proposed a tie-up between the two businesses. "Let's explore a partnership in which we together convert select Subway stores to Freshii restaurants in a quick, low-cost way," said the letter from Freshii founder and CEO Matthew Corrin published as a full-page newspaper ad in The Globe and Mail on Tuesday.

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