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    Milford at Gettysburg

    On August 31, 1888, 23 years after the end of the Civil War, a 30-foot granite monument was erected...

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    This Old House

    Many people might imagine living in an historic home to be an unpleasant experience. They perceive the home to...

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    Milford: Read All About it!

    Milford: Read All About it! Milford has been on the map for 378 years, and its long, storied history...

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    A Tale of Two Taverns

    There is a plaque on West River Street in front of the Parson’s Complex that commemorates a great moment...

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    The Beat Goes On

    Historical The Beat Goes On If you’ve ever thrilled to the sound of a marching band or played an...

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    Give Thanks by Giving Back

    Milford Giving Give Thanks by Giving Back Milford is known as the “Small city with a big heart” for...

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    Preserving Autumn

    Family Time Preserving Autumn In my house, we collect things. I’m not sure when or where it began really,...

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    Remarkable Gourds

    This Season Gourds are native to New England, and the cultivation of the (ital)Cucurbitacea species began more than 15,000...

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    Summer Along the Shore

    As Milfordites, we may sometimes take our long coastline for granted. The beach is always there awaiting our company,...

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    In the Shallows

    Live mud dogs are everywhere…on the sand flats and the mud flats. They are tiny little black vegetarian gastropods...

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