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Selectmen candidates spend big on campaigns

| May 2, 2016

Milton, MA – The hotly contested Selectman’s race prompted the candidates to raise and spend considerable sums for a local election.  According to campaign finance reports filed eight days before the election, Selectmen candidates Richard Wells and Katie Conlon amassed the biggest war chests among all town-wide races.   Read this article by David Johnson […]

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Videos of the improvements being made to the Eustis Estate

| May 2, 2016

Milton, MA – Here are a few videos that were produced by Historic New England, the first is a 3D fly through of the Eustis Estate, the second is a time lapse video on the renovations of the historic gem. Share

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Eustis Estate reclaims Gilded Age glamor

| April 29, 2016

Milton, MA – Painstakingly, Mary Aldrich brushed away a coat of yellowish paint to reveal a brick colored layer beneath it.  She might have been polishing her fingernails, so deliberate were her movements. Read all about the renovation of this Milton gem and so many other happenings and news stories in the April 28 edition […]

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Spring Town Meeting set to consider 45 articles

| April 28, 2016

Milton, MA-  It is unlikely Town Meeting, which convenes at Milton High School May 2, will be overly controversial, as most of the articles are routine or are recommended for further study. Town Meeting members will be asked to consider 45 articles, including a revised leash law, possible zoning changes and the $110 million budget. […]

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News for Thursday, April 28 edition of the Milton Times

| April 27, 2016

Milton, MA – Here are just a few of the stories to be found in the upcoming edition of the Milton Times: “Conlon Defeats Wells” “Milton High Ranks No. 30 in the state according to U.S. News and World Report “Eustis Estate reclaims Gilded Age glamor” “Kid Scoop” a new page devoted to the youngest […]

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Gas station owner will consider shorter sign

| April 26, 2016

Milton, MA-  The owner of the gas station at 310 Granite Ave. told Selectmen April 11 that he will seek cost estimates for lowering the double-pole sign at the site. The height and lighting of the station’s sign has drawn considerable opposition from area residents. This article and other news stories can be found in […]

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Airplane noise committee continues vigilance

| April 25, 2016

Milton, MA – From a United States senator to college coeds and a local Boy Scout, efforts are underway to reduce the noise and pollution caused by constant air traffic affecting Milton and surrounding areas, according to Jenn Goonan, spokesman for the Airport Noise Advisory Committee. Noonan told Selectmen April 11 that such efforts need […]

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High voter turnout expected

| April 22, 2016

Turnout for the upcoming town-wide election should be above average, according to Town Clerk Susan Galvin.  Due to the contested races for many town-wide seats, in particular the high-profile contests for Selectman and town moderator,  Galvin said she estimates a turnout percentage in the high 30’s on election day, Tuesday, April 26. This news story […]

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