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Milford TV
138 S Main St, Milford, MA 01757
Milford TV has taken over public access television programming, which include the community channels. The non-profitMore organization is moving out from its location in Milford High School and rooting itself in the Milford Square plaza. Residents who tune in to the channels will receive better picture quality and have more shows. Milford TV's programming will include school athletics, government meetings, video on demand and other things. Schools and school committee meetings will have their own dedicated channel. Milford residents will be able to produce their own show ideas through the non-profit organization, such as cooking shows and gardening.
Stacy Middle School
66 School St, Milford, MA 01757
Stacy Middle School has a rich history in Milford, as a portion of it was originally built as the town's high school inMore 1901. After a new high school was built in 1973, Stacy became known as "Middle School West." Its current namesake, George Edward Stacy, was a School Committee member for more than 50 years.
Memorial Hall
30 School St, Milford, MA 01757
Memorial Hall, home to the Milford Historical Museum, is a great place to visit if you are interested in the history ofMore Milford and the Civil War. It has a fine display of Civil War artifacts and local memorabilia, as well as an extensive collection of articles written about the town. The museum is a source of information for those interested in the town's heritage. Stop by Memorial Hall on a Thursday afternoon and you'll likely see Memorial Hall Committee member Lyn Lovell, who provides her home phone number to people interested in the town's history.