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Curry, MHS students team up to fight substance abuse

| April 18, 2017

Milton, MA- Encouraging people to avoid drug and alcohol abuse can be a challenge since the media all around is saying the opposite, according to a communications specialist.  Today’s adults, and in particular young people, are bombarded with messages sometimes, subtle, encouraging the consumption of substances, said Curry professor Jeff Lemberg. The remainder of this […]

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Library Foundation celebrates its 15th Anniversary

| April 17, 2017

Milton, MA- The Milton Library Foundation was founded in 2002, so 2107 signals the foundation’s 15th anniversary!  The mission of the MLF as modified in 2013, states that the Milton Library Foundation  is an independent 501(c)(3) foundation with a self-perpetuating board of directors, that raises funds to supplement and expand municipal support for library services, […]

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Candidates Guide

| April 15, 2017

Milton, MA-  The Thursday, April 13 edition of the Milton Times has the Candidates Guide, which is information provided by the candidates for town-wide office.  Elections are being held on Tuesday April 25. Share

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Housing Authority faces quandary

| April 14, 2017

Milton, MA- Milton Housing Authority is losing one member to retirement and must now rush to elect a new member.  The problem is that the state Department of Housing and Community Development has not created any regulations for electing the new housing authority board member.  There is a lot of confusion regarding the change. This […]

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DPW Director Lynch to leave in June

| April 13, 2017

Milton, MA- The town is looking for a new Public Works Director.  Town Administrator Michael Dennehy said currentDepartment of Public Works head Joseph Lynch will be leaving his post June 30. The remainder of this article can be read in the Thursday, April 13 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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Headlines for the Thursday, April 13 edition of the Milton Times

| April 12, 2017

Milton, MA- Here are a few of the headlines for the Thursday, April 13 edition of the Milton Times: “Housing Authority faces quandary” “DPW Lynch to leave in June” “Operation Homefront helps military families” These news stories, features, sports and more can be found in the Thursday, April 13 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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Driscoll speaks against cuts to RIDE

| April 8, 2017

Milton, MA- State Rep. Bill Driscoll, Jr. attended the MBTA fiscal management and control board hearing March 27, where he expressed his opposition to the recently proposed RIDE cuts.  The legislator for the towns of Milton and Randolph noted that nearly 1,500 of his constituents would be affected by this move, and that the removal […]

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Improvements coming to dangerous intersection

| April 6, 2017

Milton, MA- State transportation authorities want to make one of Milton’s more dangerous intersections, the corner of Granite Ave and Squantum Street, safer for both drivers and pedestrians.   The Massachusetts Department of Transportation held a public meeting March 29 at the Milton Public Library to present its design plans to improve the intersection. This […]

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