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Challenge coins honor WWII veterans

| May 27, 2016

Milton, MA-  World War II veterans will be receiving a special honor this Memorial Day, Monday, May 30 at the annual services.  Kevin Cook, the new director of Veteran’s Services and a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, commissioned a challenge coin on behalf of the Selectmen, to honor our fallen veterans and those who served beside […]

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Selectmen discuss new role as powers shift to administrator

| May 26, 2016

Milton, MA- Selectmen discussed the town government’s major change at their May 17 meeting after reviewing the additional powers recently assigned to Annmarie Fagan as the town’s first strong administrator. As an example of the change, Fagan will be choosing the new police chief to succeed Chief Richard Wells Jr.   This story by Laura […]

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Headlines for the Thursday, May 26 edition of the Milton Times

| May 25, 2016

Milton, MA – Here are some of the headlines for the Thursday, May 26 edition of the Milton Times, coming to newsstands tomorrow: “Businesses top town taxpayers” “Santander hit with attempted robberies” “Selectmen pursue Passport help in jet noise’   All of these news stories, happenings, sports and so much more is in the upcoming […]

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House budget adds Shields Park funds

| May 24, 2016

Milton, MA- Shields Park, located on Eliot Street may receive funding from the state budget for capital improvements.  State Rep. Dan Cullinane, who represents precincts One and Two in Milton secured $20,000 in state funds in the fiscal year 2017 state budget to go towards the rebuilding of Shields Park. This news item, happenings and […]

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Stormwater Fund allows DPW renovation

| May 23, 2016

Milton, MA- The Stormwater Enterprise Fund is already allowing the town to do more as drain and water projects can now be bonded through that fund and removed from the tax rolls, according to the Capital Needs Improvement Planning Committee.   This article by Laura Griffin and more news and happenings can be found in […]

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Entries in Faces & Places photo contest posted

| May 20, 2016

Milton, MA — The three winners of the inaugural Milton Times Faces and Places of Milton photo contest were announced and printed in last week’s newspaper, but there were many more wonderful photographs submitted that we want to share with our readers. We’ve posted a selection of the entries here in a gallery. Just click […]

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One in 11 town salaries top $100k

| May 19, 2016

Milton, MA- School Superintendent Mary Gormley is the highest paid town employee with an annual salary of just over $200,000.  Of the town employees making more than $100,000 the School Department dominates, followed by the Police and Fire Departments.   This report by David Johnson and others can be found in the May 19 issue […]

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News for Thursday, May 19 edition of the Milton Times

| May 18, 2016

Milton, MA- Here are some of the top news stories for the Thursday, May 19 edition of the Milton Times. “One in 11 town salaries top $100k” “Stormwater Fund allows DPW renovation” “Selectmen cleared of Open Meeting Violation” These news stories, sports, happenings and much more can be found in the Thursday, May 19 edition […]

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