Milford Police Investigate String Of Residential BurglariesMilford police are investigating a string of residential burglaries.
Milford PD: Man Arrested After Striking Pedestrian, Crashing Into Liquor StoreCrash happened around 6 p.m. Saturday night.
Woman Says Dumpster Find Is Valuable Piece Of ArtA Connecticut woman says she recently discovered an etching her late father grabbed from a Yale University dumpster close to 20 years ago is a valuable piece of art.
2 Charged In Illegal Towing OperationMilford police are charging two representative of a city auto company with illegally towing vehicles last fall.
Man Accused Of Harassing Woman In MilfordMilford police are charging a Maryland man after they say he inundated a former girlfriend with text messages and phone calls.
Police: Man Ripped Heads Off Chickens In Jealous RagePolice say a Connecticut man killed 20 chickens and ripped their heads from their bodies in a drunken, jealous rage on Christmas.
Former Dealership Employee Charged With Threatening, Device, Weapons FoundA fired car dealership employee from Milford faces charges including threatening, after police say they found a homemade explosive device at his residence.
Arena, State Park Among Projects Receiving State FundingFunding for major improvements to Hartford's XL Center and contentious improvements to a Milford state park were among a host of projects to receive long-awaited state capital funds on Wednesday.
Man Who Barricaded Himself In Apartment Found DeadMilford police say a 50-year-old man who barricaded himself in his High Street apartment Friday morning has been found dead.
Milford Man's Bail Reduced In Fatal Massachusetts CrashA judge has reduced bail for a Connecticut man authorities say was driving an SUV that crashed in Massachusetts earlier this year, killing four passengers.
Mix-Up Leads To Threat Which Leads To ChargesPolice in Connecticut say a man who mixed up Tuesday with Sunday has been arrested after threatening a construction worker with a knife.
State High Court Hears Protest Sign CaseThe Connecticut Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether a town has the right to regulate signs that criticize local businesses.

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