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Headlines for the Feb. 22 edition

| February 21, 2018

Milton, MA- Here are just a few of the headlines for the Thursday, Feb. 22 edition of the Milton Times: “Town develops task force to help teens” “Gov. Stoughton Fund grows” “New playground renovation begins” All of these news stories, features, sports and more can all be found in the Thursday, Feb. 22 edition of […]

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Milton High athletic milestones outlined

| February 20, 2018

Milton, MA- Upcoming league alignment changes, general qualifications metrics, recent athletic milestones and more were examined during the Feb. 7 school committee meeting via a presentation delivered by Milton High School Athletic Director Ryan Madden. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Feb. 9 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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Device monitors airplane noise

| February 19, 2018

Milton, MA- In a graph recently shown to the selectmen, jagged red lines registered actual noise levels over an Otis Street home from darkness to dawn. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, February 15 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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East Milton overlay zone considered

| February 16, 2018

Milton. MA- A full house at the Council on Aging turned out Feb. 7 to hear more about the Falconi proposal for a mixed-use structure in the heart of East Milton as the Selectmen and Planning Board met in joint session to hear from residents. This article may be read in its entirety in the […]

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Headlines for Feb. 15 edition

| February 14, 2018

Milton, MA- Here are some of the headlines for the February 15 edition of the Milton Times: “East Milton Square overlay zone considered” “Device monitors airplane noise” “Bring your own device” “Milton-Hoosic Club stays a function hall” These news stories, sports, features and more can all be found in the newspaper for a caring community, […]

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Dennehy forecasts budget surplus

| February 13, 2018

Milton, MA- Town Administrator Michael Dennehy informed the selectmen on Jan. 29 that state funding may allow a surplus in the town’s budget for fiscal year 2019, which begins July 1. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, February 8 edition of the Milton Times.   Share

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