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Fallon Ambulance fights addiction stigma

| July 22, 2016

Milton, MA – Fallon Ambulance Service employees have pledged their support to Gov. Charlie Baker’s State WithoutStigMA campaign which seeks an end to the stigma of addiction in communities. This article can be found in the Thursday, July 21 edition of the Milton Times, the newspaper for a caring community. Share

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Animal Shelter committee seeks architect

| July 21, 2016

Milton, MA – Efforts to build a new animal shelter appear to be moving forward fast as the Animal Shelter Advisory Committee is now seeking an architect to design a new shelter. This article, other news, happenings and sports can be found in the Thursday, July 21 edition of the Milton Times, on newsstands today. […]

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Headlines for the Thursday, July 21 edition of the Milton Times

| July 20, 2016

Milton, MA – Here are some of the headlines for the Thursday, July 21 edition of the Milton Times: “Deer hunt draws opposition” “October Town Meeting cancelled by Selectmen” “Board of Health warns of rodents” “Neighbors voice concerns about Novara patio expansion” These stories, sports, happenings and so much more can be found in the […]

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School Committee approves Europe trip

| July 19, 2016

Milton, MA- Despite concerns about the cost, the School Committee unanimously approved a student trip to Spain, southern France and Italy at their July 6 meeting.  MHS Vice Principal Ben Kelly and history teacher and trip organizer Kathleen Kelly discussed the trip, set for in the spring of 2017.   This article, happening, sports and […]

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Shade tree committee favors native species

| July 18, 2016

Milton, MA – The Shade Tree Advisory Committee wants to plant more native species of trees. A list of possible tree varieties compiled earlier by DPW director Joseph Lynch favored species that are easier to maintain, but not necessarily native to the area. This article by Joshua Kery and other news, sports and happenings can […]

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Milton High School graduates take road ahead

| July 14, 2016

Milton, MA – The new graduates of Milton High School will find this summer a bit different from previous years.  They are free for the first time from summer schoolwork.  Their parents may be a bit more emotional about these particular family vacations.  Many of these graduates will soon be packing up before they leave […]

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Headlines for the Thursday, July 14 edition of the Milton Times

| July 13, 2016

Here are just a few of the headlines for the Thursday, July 14 edition of the Milton Times: “Opposition to fire station heats up” “The Plate sizzles with class” “Milton 10k Road Race results” These stories, happenings, sports and so much more can be found in the Thursday, July 14 edition of the Milton Times […]

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Second Deer Hunt meeting July 12

| July 11, 2016

Milton, MA – State officials plan a second Blue Hills deer hunt in the fall, allowing hunters to use bows and arrows, as well as shotguns.  The hunt is planned for a larger area, to include more hunters and will be longer than last year.  In 2016, six days of hunting are proposed, opposed to […]

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