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Category: Event

Problem Solving teams move on to state bowl

| April 2, 2018

Milton, MA-  The Pierce Junior Division Future Problem Solving (FPS) team, made up of sixth grade students, and the Pierce Middle Division FPS team, consisting of  eighth grade students, have moved on to the FPS state bowl. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, March 29 edition of the Milton Times. […]

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E-edition available – print delivery delayed due to power outage

| March 15, 2018

The print edition Milton Times delivery is being delayed due to a power outage in Hanover, where the paper is printed. To view the e-edition, which includes all the pages, go to The e-edition can be read from any browser on Apple or Android devices. The articles open in a screen next to the page […]

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Open website at

| January 22, 2018

Because of a series of delivery glitches, the Milton Times e-edition will remain open until the end of February. The website is usually a paid subscription site but for the next month, it will be accessible to all. Click on e-edition in the top navigation bar to reach the site.   Share

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Halloween Stroll draws thousands

| October 28, 2017

The Milton Chamber of Commerce held the 5th annual Halloween Stroll in East Milton and thousands came. The event Oct. 28 brought an amazing turnout of Wonder Women and totally creative characters. Visit for a collection of photos captured by Publisher Pat Desmond during the event. Share

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Committee looks at broadband

| October 19, 2017

Milton, MA- The selectmen gave approval to appoint a Municipal Broadband Committee of residents and town officials charged with exploring the possibility of developing a fiber optic municipal broadband network for the town.  Mike Zullas and Joe Chamberlain attended the selectmen’s meeting Oct. 10 to represent neighbors interested in higher quality and less expensive Internet […]

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Trailside Museum free programs might be saved

| July 13, 2017

Milton, MA-  Several amendments sponsored by Sen. Walter Timilty were included in final fiscal year 2018 budget that was sent to Gov. Charlie Baker last week after the full budget passed the state legislature. Timilty secured $250,000 for the Blue Hills Trailside Museum in the FY18 budget. This article can be read in its entirety […]

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