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Ajemian steers Milton High tennis to strong start

| May 20, 2017

Milton, MA- Lost in the shuffle of Milton High baseball, softball, lacrosse and of course, the incredible track and field programs, the Wildcats boys tennis team is quietly putting together a very successful season.  Led by Coach Paul Ajemian, as well as tri-captain Michael Gates, Gianni Rodrigues and Kevin Huang, along with stellar freshman Nate […]

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Local groups plan dialogue on racial healing, justice

| April 30, 2017

Milton, MA- St. Michaels Episcopal Church, in partnership with the Courageous Conversations Team, the Milton Interfaith Clergy Association, Milton Reflecting and Milton for Peace, will host a monthly series of dialogue-centered programs on racism and privilege designed to address racial healing and justice in town.  On Sunday, April 30 from 5-8 p.m., the public is […]

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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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Headlines for Thursday April 6 edition of the Milton Times

| April 5, 2017

Milton, MA- Here are a few of the headlines for the upcoming edition of the Milton Times: “Selectmen race heats up” “Park commission candidates offering differing visions” “Pierce Middle School teacher receives honors” These news stories, features and sports can all be found in the Thursday, April 6 edition of the Milton Times.   Share

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Newscaster draws big crowd at COA

| March 14, 2017

Milton, MA- From flooding on the Mississippi River to the Super Bowl, to presidential inaugurations, newsman Jonathan Hall has seen history unfold. ‘The great thing about what I do is I get a front row seat’ the Channel 7 TV news reporter told a crowd Feb. 28 at the Council on Aging. The remainder of […]

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Warrant Committee approves plan for budget cuts

| March 10, 2017

Milton, MA- The School Department will bear the brunt of budget reductions if a Proposition 2 1/2 override should fail at the ballot box this spring. However, of the Warrant Committee and selectmen propose a $3.8 million override, and it passes then the schools would gain nine full and three half-time positions. This article can […]

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Leroy Walker won’t seek reelection

| March 4, 2017

Milton, MA- Changes are in store for the School Committee, as two veterans, Leroy Walker and Kristan Bagley Jones, are not seeking reelection. Walker, who is currently the committee chair, is leaving after two terms. This news article can be read in its entirety on Pages 1 and 21 in the Thursday, March 2 edition […]

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Cong. Lynch leads town hall forum

| February 11, 2017

Milton, MA- Congressman Stephen Lynch nearly filled the auditorium at Milton High School Feb. 3 with only two days notice to talk about “Keeping America Safe while Preserving Our Constitutional Rights”. The town hall forum went on more than an hour longer than scheduled.  The crowd,  which included people from all over the district, were […]

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