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Selectmen ask airlines to install noise controls

| October 10, 2016

Milton, MA- At their Sept. 27 meeting, Selectmen signed off on letters to the five major airlines urging their top officials to install noise controls known as vortex generators in all Airbus  airplanes as soon as possible. The Airbus series “has a known design flaw that increases the amount of noise the aircraft generates” Selectmen […]

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Priest returns to his Milton roots

| October 7, 2016

Milton, MA- Sometimes in the media and Hollywood films, religious leaders are portrayed as narrow-minded zealots charging around without any thought.  If anyone disproves that bias, it is the new pastor at St Agatha’s Parish, Father William Palardy. This article can be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Oct. 6 edition of the Milton […]

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New group to tackle town’s race relations

| October 6, 2016

Honest talk on race and diversity is long overdue in town, according to leaders of a newly formed group, Milton Dialogues.  “Get people together to talk, that’s all, to talk” said Robert Wolff, a founder of the group, during a presentation to Selectmen on Sept. 27. Milton Dialogues aims to bring residents of all races […]

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Headlines for the Thurs. Oct. 6 edition of the Milton Times

| October 5, 2016

Milton, MA- Here are some of the headlines for the Thursday, October 6 edition of the Milton Times, on newsstands and e-edition tomorrow: “New group to tackle towns’ race relations” “Milton ‘celebrates’ annual event” “Priest returns to Milton roots” “Selectmen ask airlines to install noise controls” All the news, happenings, school events, sports and so […]

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Kathy Dunphy honored

| October 4, 2016

Milton, MA- Katherine Haynes Dunphy has been selected by the East Milton Neighborhood Association to receive the 2016 M. Joseph Manning Award for Community Service- the association’s volunteer award for community service.  According to the East Milton Neighborhood Association, Dunphy was selected for her service which has benefitted all of Milton, supported the association’s mission […]

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Commission weighs future of Town Farm buildings

| October 3, 2016

Milton, MA- At their Sept. 19 meeting, Historical Commission members considered the latest plan for development at the former Town Farm located off of Canton Avenue and its effect on the historic area previously dedicated to aiding the poor, the aged and the ill through the will of Gov.  William Stoughton. This story and others […]

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Coalition targets teen substance abuse

| September 30, 2016

Milton,MA- In keeping with previous studies, experts have found Milton teenagers use alcohol and marijuana at rates higher than the state average. This news story by David Johnson can be found in its entirety in the Thursday, September 29 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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Police nab thieves

| September 29, 2016

Milton, MA- Police officers apprehended three juveniles Sept 22 accused of breaking-and-entering a home on Bassett Street in East Milton. In a Facebook post Sept. 23 which the Police Department titled “Great Citizens+Great Officers=Multiple Great Arrests”, the department described receiving help from the public to nab the suspects after they had fled the scene. This […]

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