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The Milton Times is a weekly newspaper that covers the town of Milton MA. We’ve won national and regional awards for journalism and design. But our most cherished awards have come from the local community – Kiwanis, Rotary, Celebrate Milton and the Milton Residences for the Elderly. We are the only newspaper in the community. But we are more than the print product. We offer our clients a chance to market to the community in print, on line and through video. Nestled at the edge of Boston, Milton was listed by Money Magazine in 2011 as the 2nd best small community in the USA. The town is home to 27003 people. Milton is the birthplace of former President George H.W. Bush. Our office is at 3 Boulevard Street in East Milton. The Milton Times is devoted to Milton MA and its people.

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  • Video headlines: What happened in Milton
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  • Something strange happens in this week’s Milton Minute…
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  • New E. Milton liquor license moves ahead
  • Former Milton caregiver pleads guilty to felony
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  • Milton Fire Department donates bike to local youth
  • Milton Times introduces the “Town Talk” series
  • 1918 document could help save Milton’s Swift House
  • Senate Passes Environmental Bond Bill
  • Milton Minute video news headlines
  • Milton soccer team wins state wide championship
  • Water bill revisions
  • Sheehan asst. supt. at Milton Public Schools
  • Fire on Central Ave.
  • Time Lapse Video: the Abby Park Mural
  • Milton headlines this week in the Milton Minute
  • FY15 budget includes Milton amendments
  • Milton library names next ‘Milton Reads’ selection
  • Your Video Headlines, Your Town – 2 Minutes
  • Schools seek to boost diversity group’s efforts
  • Milton seeks plan to more affordable housing
  • Two-minute Milton news headlines
  • Video headlines in Milton this week
  • Finally! Central Ave. Repairs Are Near
  • Randolph Ave. 40B wins financing approval
  • Milton aviation noise group holds meeting
  • Timilty seeks to protect Fowl Meadow
  • Video: This Week’s Latest Milton Headlines
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  • First Parish to host Julia Child mini-opera
  • Video Headlines from Town Meeting
  • Is Town Farm a Native American burial ground?
  • Police investigate Curry assault
  • Pine Tree Brook will have dams removed
  • Low turnout for election
  • Milton Video Headlines for the Week
  • Town-wide election results
  • Video: Residents in Fenway Marathon Tribute
  • Survey: Which Milton roads in the worst shape?
  • List of Candidates for Town-Wide Offices
  • Next Master Plan roundtable set
  • Two Leagues hold Opening Day
  • Kelly Beckett runs Marathon
  • Bill O’Brien runs Marathon
  • British marathoners set up base in Milton
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  • Marathon bib numbers for all Milton runners
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  • Zoning Issues Top Town Meeting
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  • MHS Sports Teams in Playoff Action
  • Milton Schools Announce Early Release Date
  • Park Board to Discuss Swift House Proposal Again
  • LED Sign on Granite Ave. Gets OK
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