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New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman is recommending that Salvatore, a Milford lawyer who ran as that city's unsuccessful Democratic mayoral candidate in 2009, be locked up for more than two years because of her role as closing attorney in 13 fraudulent mortgage transactions which cost lenders nearly $2.5 million.
The brown, battered 8x10 envelope, smudged with something black, clear tape covering rips, appeared on my desk on Wednesday, March 5. Of course, the strange correspondence that comes into a newspaper's office could itself be the subject for a column.
The state Legislature eliminated the death penalty two years ago but that doesn't mean Richard Roszkowski can't be executed for the murders of a young mother, her 9-year-old daughter and a Milford landscaper, Roszkowski's lawyer told a jury Friday.
This year's Leprechaun Leap, which raises funds for the Literacy Center of Milford, will be Sunday, March 16 at Walnut Beach.
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File Photo: Finance board members Joseph Fitzpatrick and Joseph Castignoli discuss budget matters during a meeting last year.
Zachary Pinto, 19, of Wilshire Boulevard in Milford, was charged Feb. 28 with possession of a dangerous weapon, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance.
Do Milford taxpayers understand that Supt. Feser's Long Range Planning Committee has proposed options for Milford-each one costing taxpayers millions? Options A and D call for a brand new unnecessary $240 High School despite the fact that a few short years ago then Mayor Richetelli had released a 5 year $60 million capital improvement plan which ... (more)
Presented with an ordinance Monday night that would have shut down circuses and other animal events in Milford, the Board of Aldermen modified the legislation to ban only animal handlers and shows that are not properly licensed.
League officials Chris McEnerney, left, and George Spescha, stand at the ball field behind Milford Library with Matthew Woods, who just gave them a check for $75,000 to build a fence.
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