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Video headlines: complex dropped from 90 to 35 units

| July 24, 2015

Milton, MA – Randolph Ave. development knocked down from 90 to 35 units, Legion makes playoff run, racial and gender diversity in schools, police pursue crime in Eliot St. neighborhood, and firemen release a new book of early 20th century firefighting illustrations. Milton, Mass., news headlines, from the Milton Times newspaper, July 21-29, 2015. http://www.miltontimes.com […]

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Paying $125m+ town liability, in your video headlines

| July 17, 2015

Milton, MA – Trust fund recommended for town retirement obligations, Selectmen try to find use for leftover wind turbine money, schools get grant for green energy improvements, Legion team makes playoffs, middle and high school students have to prove residency, Work Inc. cookout, and poet writes about Milton in latest book. Milton, Mass., news headlines, […]

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A carjacking and revealing school data: video headlines

| July 8, 2015

Milton, MA – An elderly woman is carjacked on Willoughby Road, drop off in school enrollment examined, photos from Kiwanis 4th of July races, Farmers Market opens for 20th season, and MHS art students create posters to educate on water conservation issues. Milton, Mass., news headlines, from the Milton Times newspaper, July 7-15, 2015. http://www.miltontimes.com […]

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15-minute planning survey posted for resident input

| July 7, 2015

Milton, MA — The Planning Department has posted a survey seeking input from residents on proposed zoning articles for the October Town Meeting. A number of the topics covered are closely linked with the recently adopted Master Plan, including condominium regulations, bed-and-breakfast zoning, signs, lighting, accessory dwelling units, nonconforming properties and inclusionary zoning. The survey […]

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Frederick Douglass came to town, in the Milton Minute

| July 1, 2015

Milton, MA – We Are Milton Music Festival and Fireworks is a success despite the rain, Interfaith Clergy Association holds a joint service for Charleston, S.C., church shooting, the Planning Board officially approves the Master Plan, MHS finds out Frederick Douglass came to speak there in 1874, the Glover Duck Walk nearly breaks a record, […]

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This Glover duckling walk video will make you smile

| June 24, 2015

  Milton, MA – The Glover Elementary School’s Outdoor Classroom held its annual Duck Walk recently, and this adorable video captured all the downy action. This mama duck marches her brood of ducklings from the courtyard of the school, through the hallways (with the help of some caring, towel-holding duck wranglers), out the front door and down […]

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Online petition to FAA over airplane noise/flight paths

| June 24, 2015

Milton, MA – An online petition to the FAA regarding the airplane noise over town, particularly the plan to add another flight path over Milton, has been created by the working group BOS Fair Skies and posted on the website Change.org.         To read or sign the petition, click on the following […]

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Summer kicks off in this week’s video headlines

| June 24, 2015

Milton, MA – Milton Art Center holds its Backyard BBQ, the rundown of events at this weekend’s Milton Music Fest and Fireworks and Celtic Sunday gets explored, MHS softball team raises money for Alzheimer’s, East Milton residents oppose a new lit sign, and a Pulitzer Prize-winner visits Labouré College to explore the connection between New […]

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