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State could award $25,000 to substance abuse coalition

| June 13, 2017

The State Senate recently adopted an amendment to fund the Milton Substance Coalition along with other community substance abuse prevention coalitions that provide services across the Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth districts.  The amendment was sponsored by Sen. Walter Timilty.  In his maiden speech as a member of the state Senate, Timilty extolled the work underway […]

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Chamber favors scanners to police parking

| June 12, 2017

Milton, MA- The Milton Chamber of Commerce has voted in favor of a new parking enforcement method that would utilize electronic handheld scanners in the business district.  Parking in the three business districts within Milton is a major problem, according to a Chamber report. This article and others can be read in their entirety in […]

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MHS takes more trophies

| June 9, 2017

Milton, MA- It has become rather routine.  The Milton High Girls Track and Field team captured two more championships, winning the Eastern Massachusetts Division 3 State Championship and All-State Championships, their tenth and eleventh major championships over the last two school years, while boys all-star Smith Charles captured the 100 and 200-meter dashes at the […]

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Email failure

| June 8, 2017

The email accounts for miltontimes.com are not working today, June 8, due to a problem with the company that hosts our domain. The gmail accounts used by the Milton Times staff continue to work. Try miltontimes.editor@gmail.com with anything for our news staff and miltontimes@gmail.com with any ad related material. Our host provider is 1and1.com, a […]

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Selectmen take close-up look at cable

| June 8, 2017

Milton, MA- The town’s contract with Comcast for internet and cable television service is set to expire in October of 2018.  While that date may seem far off, town officials are preparing to look at options for services. This article, news, sports and college plans of the Milton High School graduating class of 2017 can […]

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Headlines for the Thursday, June 8 edition of the Milton Times

| June 7, 2017

Here are a few of the headlines for the Thursday, June 8 edition of the Milton Times: “Selectmen take close-up look at cable” “MHS takes more trophies” “Chamber favors scanners to police parking” News stories, sports and the college plans of the MHS Class of 2017 can all be found in the upcoming issue of […]

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Planning Board considers Ford Ranch development

| June 2, 2017

Milton, MA- A 10-lot single-family cluster development off Ford Ranch Road is under consideration by the Planning Board.  If approved, the development will be known as the Wentworth Farm Estates, which is named after the farm that was once located at the site. This article can be read in its entirety in the Thursday, June […]

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Town hires PR firm to promote programs

| June 1, 2017

Milton, MA- Town Administrator Michael Dennehy has hired a Boston public relations firm to increase favorable media coverage and combat inaccurate information, especially on social media.  He said the firm, Colette Phillips Communications is “really highly recommended” and has a record of “getting the message out”.  A two-month contract for May and June has been […]

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