Archive for May, 2014

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Milton Music Fest Celtic Sunday

| May 31, 2014

We Are Milton presents the first ever Milton Music Fest Celtic Sunday with the headline band DeDannon, traveling from Ireland to play June 22 at Hutchinson Field, 216 Adams St., Milton MA. More to come soon …

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In two minutes, Milton news headlines

| May 28, 2014

Milton, MA – Headlines: Opiates and heroin in Milton go under the microscope, new FEMA flood zones could affect property owners, East Milton deck planners meet, and we remember our fallen veterans with Memorial Day ceremonies. Milton, Mass., news headlines, from the Milton Times newspaper, May 29-June 4, 2014 http://www.miltontimes.com The Milton Minute, Wednesdays at […]

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Worst Roads in Milton Photo Gallery

| May 22, 2014

Milton, MA – Photos of all the Top 10 worst roads in Milton, as voted by the Milton Times readers in the paper’s recent survey. See if you recognize any of these.   [Show thumbnails] Slideshows require the Flash Player and a browser with Javascript support.  

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Video: The top stories in Milton this week

| May 20, 2014

Milton, MA – Headlines this week: “Sewer Scofflaws” fiasco turns out to be clerical errors by the town government, residents vote on the worst roads in town, rugby remains undefeated, ground is broken at Randolph Ave. and Reedsdale Road hospice, and a new program improves reading skill sin Grades 1 and 2. Milton, Mass., news […]

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Video: This week in Milton

| May 14, 2014

Milton, Mass., news headlines, from the Milton Times newspaper, May 13-21, 2014 http://www.miltontimes.com This week: Town Meeting finishes, new fire stations needed, East Milton deck meeting, John Phelan interviewed. The Milton Minute airs each Wednesday on Milton Public Access Television, Comcast Channel 11/RCN Channel 13, between 6:30 and 7:00 p.m. For details on the stories […]

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First Parish to host Julia Child mini-opera

| May 8, 2014

  Milton, MA - In celebration of outgoing First Parish Music Director and organist Emma Jean Moulton’s 28 years of service to the church and town, First Parish will present an evening of music on Friday, May 16, featuring a Julia Child mini-opera as well as a performance by Moulton. The evening will also serve as […]

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Video Headlines from Town Meeting

| May 8, 2014

Milton, Ma - Town Meeting, Thayer Nursery, Hendries 40B, Ken Green joins on the phone. Milton, Mass., news headlines, from the Milton Times newspaper, April 30-May 5, 2014 http://www.miltontimes.com The Milton Minute airs each Wednesday on Milton Public Access Television, Comcast Channel 11/RCN Channel 13, between 6:30 and 7:00 p.m. For details on the stories you […]

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Is Town Farm a Native American burial ground?

| May 2, 2014

By Kathy Kurtz Ferrari / Times Staff Milton, MA – Are Native Americans buried at Town Farm? That subject is now being considered by Selectmen after items possibly indicating Native American burial grounds were discovered on land that was left to the town by colonial Gov. William Stoughton in 1701 for the benefit of the […]

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Police investigate Curry assault

| May 1, 2014

Milton, MA – The Milton Police Department and the Curry College Public Safety Office are continuing their investigation of a sexual assault incident that occurred on Sunday, April 27 at the school. According to a Tweet issued by the Currier Times student newspaper, the woman was approached in the north campus residence hall at approximately […]

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Pine Tree Brook will have dams removed

| May 1, 2014

By Tom Pilla / Milton Times Milton, MA – A section of Pine Tree Brook, a tributary of the Neponset River in the Blue Hills that runs within the limits of Milton along Harland Street down toward Ulin Rink, has been selected by the Neponset River Watershed Association (NepRWA) as a pilot site for its […]

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Low turnout for election

| May 1, 2014

By Ken Green / Times Staff Milton, MA – Despite the lowest voter turnout by percentage in at least 14 years, voters in Milton elected new members to the Board of Assessors, Board of Health and Planning Board, as well as several new Town Meeting members in the April 29 election. Of the 18,773 registered […]

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