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Archive for April, 2014

Two Leagues hold Opening Day

| April 20, 2014

The Milton American Baseball and Softball League will host their Opening Day Parade on Saturday, April 26, at noon. The parade will begin at the intersection of Huntington and Edge Hill Roads. Several changes are in store for the league opener this season, according to officials who comprise a newly-appointed Board of Directors. A new […]

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Kelly Beckett runs Marathon

| April 20, 2014

Milton, MA – Shemika H. and resident Kelly Beckett may come from different backgrounds, but this spring they are both taking steps to reach their goals. And while they may never meet, they are supporting each other on this journey. Shemika carries the scars of a young life filled with struggle and pain. She’s trying […]

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Bill O’Brien runs Marathon

| April 20, 2014

Milton, MA – Many mornings, Bill O’Brien, executive director of Physician Services at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton, is already on his training run before his three daughters are out of bed. “The girls don’t see me go out in the morning, but they know what I’m doing. Training for the marathon takes a lot of […]

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British marathoners set up base in Milton

| April 19, 2014

Milton, MA – In preparation for the Boston Marathon on April 21, British athletes Jo Andrews and Rosalyn Choate are coming to Milton to stay with my wife, Priscilla, and I at our Concord Avenue home. Andrews and Choate are both residents of Brighton, England, and business partners in a health and wellness fitness company […]

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Milton Garden Club hosts lecture at Trailside

| April 18, 2014

Milton, MA – The Milton Garden Club, a member of the Garden Club of America, will host a lecture featuring Boston Globe gardening columnist and Milton Garden Club member, Carol Stocker on Tuesday, April 29 at the Blue Hills Trailside Museum, 1904 Canton Ave. The lecture and exhibitions are free of charge and open to […]

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Transportation bond bill gives Milton $24.4 mil

| April 18, 2014

Milton, MA – The Massachusetts House and Senate have approved the final version of the Transportation Bond Bill that outlines potential state spending on road and bridge projects and potentially gives Milton $24.2 million in spending authorizations, according to Sen. Brian Joyce. The bond bill would also save Massachusetts taxpayers millions in interest payments by […]

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