MILFORD - The Milford Cultural Council (MCC) has awarded $15,364 in grants to 21 applicants. The grant application process to request funds for cultural events/programs within the town of Milford officially opened on October 1, 2020 with a deadline on December 14, 2020... Read more.
MILFORD - Milford and State Police were searching for two-suspects who robbed the Target store on Fortune Boulevard in Milford last night. A 9-1-1 call to Milford Police just before eight o’clock last night reported two black males wearing all black clothing... Read more.
A pop-up COVID-19 test site will be open to all Milford residents this Friday from 3-7pm at the Milford High School. This will be a walk up, first come, first served. The Milford Board of Health has contracted with Transformative Healthcare, LLC / Fallon Emergency Medical... Read more.
The Board of Selectmen has decided to again close several public buildings to the public, after consulting with Milford’s Emergency Management Director and Health Agent, to prevent and mitigate the spread of COVID19 in our community. While the public will not be allowed... Read more.
Today, Amazon’s Milford Delivery Station presented the Milford Youth Center with a $25,000 NeighborGood donation to help support a future music and multipurpose media room at the Center. “We are so excited to receive this generous donation to help us see our dream of... Read more.
Former Town of Milford Health Agent Paul Mazzuchelli informed MyFM that he has officially announced his candidacy for Milford Selectman in the upcoming elections in April. The following is the press release sent to MyFM from Paul. Read more.
Most of the towns in the MyFM Listening area have been designated as a Level 3 Critical Drought area due to five months of below normal rainfall while groundwater is starting to see below normal conditions and we also have had above average temperatures. Milford... Read more.
The Milford War Memorial Revitalization Committee (WMRC) is asking all area citizens, organizations, and businesses to please consider donating to the community rejuvenation of Draper Memorial Park before the crowdsourcing campaign ends at 11:45 p.m. on October 15... Read more.
This year, the Milford Board of Health flu shot clinics are being held as drive thru clinics at the Milford High School on Wednesday October 7 from 9-11am and 3-5pm. They are open to all Milford residents age six months and older. Read more.
The Milford Town Clerk’s office is still waiting for ballots to be delivered from the Secretary of the State Elections Division for the November Election and that means the town cannot mail out any ballots until the shipment arrives. Milford Town Clerk Amy Neves says... Read more.
The number of communities in the Department of Public Health’s highest risk category for the transmission of COVID-19 totals 15 including several in and around the MyFM listening area. Moving into the “RED” category with more than 8-cases per 100,000 is Holliston at 8.29... Read more.
F.A.S.T. Athletics offers top-notch athletic programs for children of all ages. The programs are for all skill levels where everyone is encouraged as well as motivated to be the best they can be. Our mission is to bring an increase of confidence, aerobic activity... Read more.
The Milford Board of Selectmen and the Board of Health will be meeting separately tonight and at the same time… but may both be discussing at some point, the large house party held ten-days ago in Milford, where about 200-people gathered, resulting in the homeowner... Read more.
he Milford War Memorial Revitalization Committee (WMRC), an Ad Hoc committee appointed by the Board of Selectmen to assist the Parks Department in the repair and revitalization of Milford’s war memorial parks, is asking area citizens, organizations, and businesses to... Read more.
By MyFM's Rick Michaels - Town Clerks are making preparations for Early Voting by Mail for the State Primary in September and the Presidential Election in November. Milford Town Clerk Amy Neves says residents who have registered to vote by July 1st, will be mailed an... Read more.
What’s Happening Now at the Town Clerk’s Office: The State Primary is Tuesday September 1st. The Presidential Election is Tuesday November 3rd. The Deadline to Register to Vote for the Sept. 1st Primary is Saturday, August 22nd by 8:00 pm. Read more.
By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Milford Board of Selectmen will meet tonight and will be given several updates from town Public Safety officials regarding COVID-19, as the State begins to allow more businesses to re-open including restaurants and their need for outdoor... Read more.
By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Milford Board of Selectmen will meet tonight to discuss a letter sent to the Town Administrator, from the town’s State Representative, regarding a proposed state gas tax increase and Milford’s Police Chief will seek the approval of the... Read more.
Milford Youth Football and Cheer Program (MYFC) has opened up their registration for the 2020 season. Registration will be open on their website www.milfordayfc.org through Tuesday, June 30, 2020.
“Even with the uncertainty that lies ahead for the fall season, we want... Read more.
The Board of Selectmen, pursuant to its general executive authority for the Town, consistent with the state of emergency declared by Governor Charles D. Baker, and after consultation with Milford’s Emergency Management Director and Health Agent, has decided to cancel the... Read more.
The Milford Board of Selectmen voted unanimously Monday night (May 11th) to move all polling locations for the June 16th Annual Town Election to the Milford High School gym. MHS gym address is 31 West Fountain Street (rear of the building). All Voters (Precincts 1... Read more.
By MyFM's Rick Michaels - Milford Public Safety officials will give the Board of Selectmen another update tonight, relating to the Corona Virus pandemic. The Annual Town Election in Milford is still more than a month away and as part of the COVID-19 update tonight... Read more.
On Monday May 4,, 2020, during an official public meeting, the Milford Fourth of July Parade Committee, consisting of: Ray Auger, Molly Auger, Joe Callery, Renee Callery, Erin Curley, Jenny Lyons and Nicole Romiglio voted to cancel this year’s parade scheduled for July... Read more.
The Milford Board of Selectmen voted on Monday, March 30, 2020 to postpone the April 7, 2020 Annual Town Election to Tuesday, June 16, 2020 per Gov. Baker’s bill #S2608 and Declaration of State of Emergency in the Commonwealth. A copy of the Board’s vote and the Governor’s Read more.