Milton, MA – Bald eagles nest at Town Landing on Neponset River estuary, Milton has the No. 7 healthiest housing market in Massachusetts, Conservation Commission denies Hendries permit, gardens got growing and baseball team makes MIAA playoffs. Milton, Mass., news headlines, from the Milton Times newspaper, May 19-27, 2015. http://www.miltontimes.com Subscribe: http://www.miltontimes.com/subscribe/ Advertise: http://www.miltontimes.com/advertisers/ For […]
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Milton, MA — See how Milton stacks up against other towns in the state for health of its housing market, according to a new study by Wall Street-based data analysis firm SmartAsset. See the full story in the May 21 edition of the Milton Times. Click on the top of a column to get rankings for […]
Milton, MA — The Milton Times just created a Photo Gallery page where it will display albums of photos taken by Milton Times staff that never made it into the newspaper (along with a few that did). This page is open to the public. To start, we’ve posted a number of galleries of Milton High School sports […]
Milton, MA – Town Meeting concludes, with members voting in a strong town administrator, IT study committee and new quorum rules, and the Milton Times speaks with surgeon Dr. Martin Dunn about his worldwide healthcare travels and also police officer Travis Weekes about his recent award and dangerous incident in January. Milton, Mass., news headlines, […]
Milton, MA – Town Meeting kicks off with strong words from Congressman Stephen Lynch on the FAA, plane noise over town and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, elected boards choose their new chairmen, a major project to separate our water system from Canton’s gets underway, and Mother’s Day ideas from around town are shared. Milton, Mass., news […]
Milton, MA – Town-wide election votes in new Selectman David Burnes, pushes through a tax override for firefighter Pickens and awards a number of other contested offices, the Little League parades officially break the ice on warm weather sports, the town gets $110,00 grant to study the link between substance abuse and mental health, the […]