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Public Schools open Aug. 31

| August 30, 2016

Milton, MA – The first day of classes for the Milton Public School students in grades one through 12 is Wednesday, Aug. 31 and the first day for kindergarten and pre-kindergarten is Tuesday, Sept. 6.   This article and others regarding back to school information can be found in the Thursday,, August 25 edition of […]

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Planners walk possible shelter location

| August 29, 2016

Milton, MA – After months of study and years of effort, all parties appear to agree that a new shelter will be built on an overgrown parcel off Randolph Avenue in the shadow of the great hills created by the town’s former landfill. This story by Laura Griffin, other news and happenings can be found […]

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Candidates Corner

| August 26, 2016

The following question was asked in the Aug. issue of the candidates for the State Senate and the House of Representatives. Should the deer hunt planned for the Blue Hills Reservation in November be held as scheduled or cancelled? Responses to this question can be seen in the Thursday, August 25 edition of the Milton […]

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Fuller Village hosts successful forum

| August 25, 2016

Milton, MA- About 50 people filled the function room at Fuller Village Aug 18 as state representative candidates sought to differentiate themselves in a crowded field.  The primary election is September 8. This news story can be found in the Thursday, August 25 edition of the Milton Times, on newsstands today.   Share

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Headlines for August 25 edition of the Milton Times

| August 24, 2016

Milton, MA-  Here are some of the headlines for the Thursday, August 25 edition of the Milton Times: “Planners walk possible shelter location” “Public schools open Aug. 31” “Dawn Sykes is new art department director” These news stories, sports, happenings and letters to the editor can all be found in the Thursday, August 25 edition […]

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Milton School Committee zeros in on data

| August 23, 2016

Milton, MA – At the Aug. 10 School Committee meeting, Superintendent Mary Gormley presented the final school calendar for the upcoming year, which was approved. She said the professional days and parent-teacher conference days would be explained more on the school website, as well as in an e-mail blast. This news story can be […]

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Hendries plan ready to move forward

| August 22, 2016

Milton, MA – Demolition of the former Hendries ice cream plant on Eliot Street and Central Avenue may begin in October, according to developer Jerry Connelly whose firm may construct a mixed-use development in its place. This news story can be found in the Thursday, August 18 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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Selectmen approve stormwater fees

| August 19, 2016

Milton, MA- At their August 9 meeting, Selectmen approved a rate of 39 cents per 100 cubic feet of property for the new Stormwater Utility Fund.  Property owners will be billed annually beginning in November. This news story, happenings and the Back to School pages can be found in the Thursday, August 18 edition of […]

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