Santa Rides with Carlisle

For the fourth year in a row, Carlisle Fire Company will be hosting Operation Santa across Milford and surrounding communities. Santa Claus will be riding a firetruck through the streets of the Greater Milford Area while passing out candy canes to all. The event will take place on Sundays December 16 and 23 from 12 […]

Vinyard Shipyard Focuses on Preservation

by Terry Rogers  In November, locals Dan Bond and Sher Valenzuela presented information to the City of Milford Community Economic Development Committee regarding a preservation project that includes the Vinyard Shipyard as well as the Mulholland Spoon Factory. The purpose of the project is to preserve two important properties which played a key role in […]

Source of peace: Jesus Christ

Why and how to return to Sunday Mass -from the National Catholic Register. Invite someone! We know there are problems in the world and in the Church. We also know the source of peace: Jesus Christ. Reaching out and extending an invitation to the Sacraments, starting with Mass can make a blessed difference in someone’s […]

The allure of great Christmas songs

Guest Writer Tom Schultz, Morning Host, 97.1 The Wave So, I was doing some pre-pre-pre Holiday shopping the other day (I usually prefer to wait for the excitement of last minute shopping) and I heard one of the store employees loudly singing along with “This Christmas” by Donny Hathaway coming from the overhead speakers. Now […]

Deck the Pauls with boughs of Robbie

The Rescignos: Merry Christmas to Paul, and to Paul a Good Night (feat. Robbie) a new holiday comedy show written by Paul Rescigno (“Mozart in the Jungle”; “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”), Robbie Rescigno (Bravo’s “Odd Mom Out”; “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”), and Mike Hadge (NEWSical: The Musical), will play the Duplex (61 Christopher Street) in […]

#Tuesday Giving Spurs Local Action

Many local residents joined the #Tuesday Giving movement this year, an effort to donate to organizations or causes during the holiday season. Giving Tuesday was started in 2012 by the 92nd Street Y and the United Nations Foundation as “a response to commercialization and consumerism in the post-Thanksgiving season.” The Grier family donated to local […]

DDC to Present The Nutcracker

by Terry Rogers     On  Saturday, December 1 and Sunday, December 2, the Milford High School auditorium stage will hold Sugar Plum Fairies, Nutcrackers and all the other characters of “The Nutcracker.” The ballet will be performed by Diamond Dance Company as they celebrate the 20th anniversary of the company. “This year is really […]

Stapleford Overcomes ATV Accident

Family vacations usually mean fun and tons of memories but for Milford resident Emily Stapleford, an accident in June changed everything. Stapleford, who has a master’s degree in speech therapy, worked as a speech pathologist for the last five years. She mostly works with adults, some who have issues with swallowing. “Most people don’t realize […]

Scarf Making Benefits Local Homeless

Homelessness is an issue that Jennifer Miller, leader of The Christian Service Committee at Reformation Lutheran Church, takes to heart. “There are 123 homeless children in the Milford School District,” said Miller. “And that doesn’t even include their parents.” For the second year in a row the Scarf Making Project, which benefits Code Purple homeless […]

Santa Arrives in Downtown Milford

by Terry Rogers     When Santa arrived in Milford on Saturday, November 24, his temporary home on Walnut Street had a new look. Over the past few months, volunteers have been sprucing up the building with painted murals, window boxes and new furnishings. “Nadia Zychal painted all the murals inside the building,” Sara Pletcher, […]

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