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Art project brightens downtown Milford

Terry Rogers Culture

Penney Square gets new artwork in a fund raising project created by Marissa and Zack King After purchasing Penney Square in December, Marissa King and her husband, Zach, have worked tirelessly to give the historic building an interior and exterior facelift. Considerable work has been done on the façade of the building which stands on one of the busiest corners …

Milford LIVE Weekly Review – September 7, 2021

Sonja Frey Milford-live, Weekly Review

Hover over the image below and a gray bar pops up at the bottom—scroll through the pdf, use direction arrows, zoom in or out, download the PDF, or view in full-screen mode. This Week’s Top Stories Include: Headlines Ladybug Festival cancelled for second consecutive year Culture Project WIIN Report creates economic value of environmental assets Second Street Players Announces 2022 …

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Penney Square conditional use request approved

Terry Rogers Business, Headlines

Penney Square will now offer commercial space on the first floor and five luxury apartments on the upper floors Zach King and his wife, Marissa, purchased Penney Square in December 2020 with the goal of renovating the historic building and bringing it back to its former glory. Initially, they planned to put retail space on the upper floors but found …

Congresswoman visits downtown Milford

Terry Rogers Business, Headlines

Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester stands with DMI President, Yanelle Powell, and owner of Gallery 37, Marcia Reed On August 18, Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester visited downtown Milford. After meeting with Mayor Archie Campbell, Blunt Rochester visited Gallery 37, Penney Square and Fur Baby Pet Resort. At Gallery 37, she asked owner/artist Marcia Reed what she needed from the federal government. …

EasySpeak Owners Purchase Penney Square

Terry Rogers Business, Milford Headline Story

The owners of EasySpeak, Zack and Marissa King, recently announced that they had purchased the Penney Square building in downtown Milford. The building formerly housed JCPenney but was converted into small retail stores many years ago. “We love Milford and have made it our home,” Mrs. King said. “We want to improve and grow Milford anyway we can, and we …