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Milton Times staff participates in “Town Talk”

| August 19, 2014

Milton, MA- The interns stuck close to home by interviewing the Milton Times staff for an updated “Town Talk”. We went behind the curtain to ask the staffers , what actor/actress would play you in a movie?         Tom Pilla, Journalist: “Jack Black”              Ken Green, Editor: “James […]

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New E. Milton liquor license moves ahead

| July 29, 2014

Milton, MA. – State Rep. Walter Timilty announced recently that an act granting an additional license for the sale of alcoholic beverages in the town has been passed to be engrossed in the House of Representatives. Timilty, a member of the budget-writing House Ways and Means Committee, has worked to secure passage of this legislation that […]

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Former Milton caregiver pleads guilty to felony

| July 23, 2014

Milton, MA – From the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office: The former caregiver indicted in the death of a mentally disabled woman under her supervision in a Milton group home pled guilty to felony Permitting Bodily Injury to a Disabled Person Wednesday in Norfolk Superior Court. Judge Kenneth J. Fishman sentenced Annie Kwankam, age 59, formerly of […]

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Milton Fire Department donates bike to local youth

| July 16, 2014

Milton, MA – The Milton Fire Department recently received some well-deserve recognition after donating a new bike to a local youth who lost his in a recent fire that heavily damaged a three-story apartment building in town. The story was featured on 7NEWS Boston and can be seen here. Share

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Milton Times introduces the “Town Talk” series

| July 15, 2014

Milton, MA–What are the residents of Milton up to this summer? What is the preferred social media outlet? What do they like to eat on the weekends? The day to day residents of Milton are complicated people who I have decided to figure out. Over the next couple of months, I (Journalism Intern at the […]

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1918 document could help save Milton’s Swift House

| July 11, 2014

By Ken Green, Times Staff Milton, MA – Members of the Historical Commission are hoping that a town document from 1918 will be the hidden key that could help save the historic Swift House from ultimately being demolished. The more than 200-year-old wooden two-story structure, known by many as the iconic “red house” near the […]

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Sheehan asst. supt. at Milton Public Schools

| July 8, 2014

Milton, MA – Collicot Elementary School Principal Janet Sheehan has been named as the new assistant superintendent for Curriculum and Human Resources for the Milton Public School, according to a statement released by the district on June 8. Sheehan, who has served as principal of Collicot for the past three years, will replace John Phelan […]

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FY15 budget includes Milton amendments

| July 1, 2014

Milton, MA – The final FY15 budget passed recently by the Massachusetts Legislature includes several amendments affecting the town that include reimbursement for health care costs, maintenance of the Trailside Museum and for a geriatric program at a local hospital. The amendments, sponsored by Sen. Brian Joyce, were included in the final version of the […]

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