| January 02 2015 - Milfordâ€™s Wheeler keeps an â€śopen mindâ€ť on rail expansion, says Nashua-only link may be best o|
NASHUA - Considered a key vote on the Executive Council to determine the future of commuter rail in New Hampshire, David K. Wheeler said expanding rail to Nashua only makes most sense, but stressed funding sources must be identified and rail should not disrupt existing commuter bus service. â€śItâ€™s got to make sense. Weâ€™ve got to pay for it. And the most likely scenario for that to happen is ...
| November 10 2014 - DART Flex Service begins Nov. 10 in Sussex County|
DART will begin operation of a new, pilot Flex bus service in Sussex County beginning Monday, Nov. 10 with the following three routes: The 901F - Georgetown Loop travels around Georgetown and connects to Route 206 to Lewes and Rehoboth; Route 212 to Bridgeville, Seaford, Laurel and Delmar; Route 303 to Milford and Dover; and to the new 902F Flex Route to Millsboro. 902F - Georgetown-Millsboro ...
| October 29 2014 - Pennsylvania State Police Investigate New Milford Burglary|
Pennsylvania State Police are still looking for information on a burglary that happened between Thursday evening and Friday morning in Gibson. Police say the incident happened at Lackawanna Street at RW Products in New Milford between 3:30 pm and 10 am. Two suspects forced entry through the business and stole a red Milwaukee drill and two DeWalt reciprocating saws then fled the scene, police say ...
| October 23 2014 - Football Win Makes The Bus Ride Bearable|
A check engine light landed Gina Davila at the corner of Bridge and Main streets in Ansonia recently, catching the F bus to work in Milford. A win from the Chicago Bears the night before, however, turned her dreaded morning into a celebration. â€śI am literally so happy right now,â€ť said Davila.
| February 26 2014 - Two Pennsylvania Men Arrested Charged with Illegal Dumping|
Two Pennsylvania men and their business are charged with illegal dumping of and storage of sewage sludge containing human waste. Authorities say it was dumped on a farm property in Lenox Township and at Hallstead Sanitary Services, in Hallstead. 52-year-old David Birtch of Route 11 Hallstead, and 54-year-old Jennings Birtch of Route 11, New Milford allegedly dumped sewage sludge into an on-site ...
| January 30 2014 - Bus service announced for NZ Open|
Spectators heading to the NZ Open Championship at The Hills and Millbrook in Queenstown next month are encouraged to take advantage of the easy and convenient bus service to and from the course. Transfers to and from The Hills will once again be provided by ski area operator NZSki, sister company to one of the tournamentâ€™s major sponsors, Milford Track Guided Walk. NZSki Transport Manager ...
| January 19 2014 - Accident closes Route 23 for hours|
WEST MILFORD â€” Five people were injured Sunday evening when a New Jersey Transit bus and a 2004 Ford Pickup truck collided on Route 23 north at the intersection of Old Route 23. Route 23 remained closed from the time of the accident at about 6 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. Monday.
| October 18 2013 - UMass president visits Milford's Waters Corp.|
While on a statewide bus tour, University of Massachusetts President Robert Caret stopped in Milford to visit with one of the school's education partners, Waters Corp. Â
| October 10 2013 - Milford OKs a host deal with Foxwoods|
MILFORD and#8212; Selectmen voted 2-1 Monday night to approve a host community agreement with Crossroads Massachusetts LLC, doing business as Foxwoods Massachusetts, for a $1 billion resort casino off Route 16 near Interstate 495.
| October 27 2013 - School bus turned into the wrong lane, says family|
Bus operator Ritchies is facing more flak, with a family saying a driver took a packed school bus on the wrong side of a busy North Shore road.Milford resident Lisa McCarthy said yesterday that youngsters on the bus, on which her...
| May 20 2013 - Connecticut governor tells commuters to work from home this week while crash repaired|
By Richard Weizel and Edith Honan MILFORD, Conn./NEW YORK (Reuters) - Thousands of Connecticut commuters faced delays and crowded trains on Monday as Metro-North workers scrambled to repair damage on the United States' busiest rail line, caused by the collision of two trains. Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy said commuters should expect "serious disruptions" throughout the week and encouraged ...
| May 20 2013 - Commutes long, slow after Conn. train derailment|
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. â€” Connecticut commuters endured slow trips to work Monday following last week's train collision that that injured 72 people and disrupted rail service into New York City. It took Gary Maddin of Milford an hour to make what is normally a 20 minute drive from his home to the Bridgeport train station. From there, he planned to board a shuttle bus to Stamford where he could catch a ...
| April 30 2013 - Suspicious package puts school on lockdown|
Bus driver George Cole watches as State Police cautiously approach his bus on Bridgeport Avenue Tuesday morning. Roads were closed and several businesses were evacuated in Milford Tuesday morning after suspicious package was found on a Milford Transit District bus.