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Archive for October, 2016

Halloween begins

| October 31, 2016

The merchants of East Milton delivered candy and fun Oct. 29 as the Chamber of Commerce rolled out its annual Halloween Stroll. Hundreds of costumed trick-or-treaters walked through East Milton gathering their loot. Photos from the stroll appear in a photo gallery on our website. Some photos are in Free for All in the Milton […]

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Legislators call on FAA to address airplane noise

| October 31, 2016

Milton, MA- U.S. Sens.  Elizabeth Warren and Edward Markey, along with Reps. Michael Capuana and Steven Lynch sent a letter recently to the administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, requesting that the FAA work to increase community participation in the process to address airplane-related noise. This article can be found in the Thursday, October 27 edition […]

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Three finalists chosen for administrator

| October 28, 2016

Milton, MA Selectmen may choose a new town administrator within the month as the Town Administrator Search Committee has recommended three finalists for the town’s top spot. This news story can be found in the Thursday, October 27 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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Halloween Stroll set for East Milton

| October 27, 2016

Milton, MA- The popular East Milton Halloween Stroll, sponsored by the Milton Chamber of Commerce will be held this Saturday, from 1 to 3p.m.  The excitement begins with the haunted house at the Milton Art Center, 334 Edgehill Road, and includes two fun buses on the deck for small children and open houses at many […]

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Headlines for Thursday, October 27 edition of the Milton Times

| October 26, 2016

Milton, MA- Here are some of the headlines for the Thursday, October 27 edition of the Milton Times, on newsstands and in e-edition tomorrow. “Police Lt. James O’Neil named deputy chief” “Three finalists chosen for administrator” “Halloween Stroll set for East Milton” “MHS Students receive commendation for PSAT’s” These news stories, happenings, sports and news […]

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Police chief discusses drug issue

| October 25, 2016

Milton, MA- In his new role as chief of police, one of John King’s first priorities is dealing with the town’s drug issue.  Officers are seeing a large number of opioid overdoses each month. By June of this year there were 22 overdoses. The rest of this article by Times award-winning reporter Kathy Kurtz Ferrari […]

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