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Art Center Fire Station Extinguished

| August 8, 2016

Milton, MA- On July 26, the Fire Space Needs Committee unveiled proposals for a $25 million upgrade of thew town’s fire station as prepared by a team of consultants who studied current facilities, prepared architectural renderings and provided cost estimates.   This story appears in the Thursday, August 4 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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Selectmen vote change in Square’s loading zone

| August 5, 2016

Milton, MA – Selectmen voted July 26 to switch the commercial loading one for the East Milton Square businesses from Adams Street by Granite Avenue as recommended by the Traffic Commission and presented by Police Chief John King in his first meeting with Selectmen as the head of the police department. This story by Times […]

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Town of Milton receives top bond rating

| August 4, 2016

Milton, MA – Standard & Poor’s Global Rating services put Milton at the top of their charts with a Triple A rating in a July 18 report submitted to Selectmen by Treasurer Jim McAuliffe.  In previous reviews, the town had a double-A rating.   This story by Laura Griffin and other news items can be […]

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Headlines for the Thursday, August 4 edition of the Milton Times

| August 3, 2016

Milton, MA – Here are a few of the headlines in the Thursday, August 4 edition of the Milton Times: “Town of Milton receives top bond rating” “Selectmen vote change in Square’s loading zone” “Art Center fire station extinguished” These news stories, sports, happenings and columns such as Ed Baker’s “With the Athletes” can be […]

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Students compete in local ‘Iron Chef’

| August 2, 2016

Milton, MA – The Milton Public School Food Service Program, together with the Milton High Culinary Program, sponsored the first ‘Iron Chef’ contest this past spring.   Students from the Cooking Club competed for the best breakfast recipe which will be featured at the high school’s breakfast program in the fall. This story and photos […]

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Karjel named MHS athletic director

| August 1, 2016

Milton, MA – Eric Karjel brings his 13 years of athletic director experience to Milton High with hopes, in his own words, of creating a “strong comprehensive sports program where we are strong in all sports”. This article by Jake Kerin other news, sports and happenings can be found in the Thursday, July 28 edition […]

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Wells reflects on law enforcement career

| July 29, 2016

Milton, MA – The sunburn on his nose is an indication that former Police Chief Richard Wells has entered “retirement”. But this new stage in his life is taking a bit of getting used to. This story by Times staffer Kathy Kurtz Ferrari and others can be found in the Thursday, July 28 edition of […]

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Police Chief John King attacks opioids

| July 28, 2016

Milton, MA – So far this year it appears that five people have died due to drug overdoses according to Police Chief John King, who said the number is something still to be confirmed. The problem is not limited to one demographic.  The deaths have included a woman in her 60s a young man in his […]

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