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Holocaust Memorial Returned

| December 12, 2017

For more than a year, the police continued the search for a sculpture created by Fred Manasse in memory of his sister Myriam who died in the Holocaust. Last week the search ended as a 19-year-old Milton man was summonsed to court charged with two felonies, defacing a memorial to the dead and larceny of […]

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Town Meeting wraps up

| November 2, 2017

Milton, MA- During the second and final night of the Special Town Meeting, votes were taken to ban marijuana establishments from town, support a bylaw authorizing the town clerk to update public copies of bylaws change the designation of the location or previously enacted zoning articles into sections of the zoning bylaws and approve amendments […]

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Police Warn Women About Ride Services

| October 31, 2017

Milton Police issued an advisory Oct. 17 for women using vehicles for hire.  For more than three months, police have been investigating two incidents where women reportedly sought transportation home after leaving clubs or bars and entered vehicles only to be sexually accosted by the operator.  In both cases, the women believed these vehicles were […]

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Stakeholders Speak Out about Milton Landing

| October 30, 2017

Milton, MA- The public had their first opportunity to comment on the plans that have been put forth to bring more life to Milton Landing at the joint Oct. 16 meeting held by the Master Plan Implementation Committee, Selectmen and Planning Board at Milton Public Library. This article can be read in its entirety in […]

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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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Marijuana: a No Sell

| October 27, 2017

Milton, MA- Special Town Meeting finished its business Oct. 24 voting to prohibit the sale of marijuana at establishments in town.  Under state law and town bylaw medical marijuana is not affected.  Read about the discussion and more Nov. 2 in the Milton Times. Share

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Town Member Meeting Caucus, Monday October 23 at Milton High School Cafeteria

| October 20, 2017

Town Clerk, Susan M. Galvin announces caucuses will be held for Precincts 1, 2, 3, and 7 prior to the October Town Meeting on Monday, October 23, 2017 due to town meeting member vacancies in each of these precincts. The purpose of the caucus is for the remaining elected town meeting members of each precinct […]

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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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