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The Select Board has approved a request of its Municipal Broadband Committee to ask Town Mee… Read more

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At Stella’s restaurant, the customers and the food they enjoy have blended into a sweet pair… Read more

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The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) has informed Milton that work on the bascule or drawbridge bridge is set to start on Sunday, March 7 and run through Friday, April 30.

School administrators have offices in Milton High School, located at 25 Gile Road.

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BREAKING: Milton Public Schools announces it will resume full in-person learning for all K-12 students on Monday, April 5, per Superintendent of Schools James Jette. Students' desks will be placed at a minimum 3 feet apart and that for eating and mask breaks, students must be at least 6 feet…

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A screen shot of Select Board Member Mike Zullas from a recent meeting on Zoom.

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The Select Board has approved a request of its Municipal Broadband Committee to ask Town Meeting on May 3 to have Milton take an initial step in providing its own municipal broadband network.

The arrival of spring. On the calendar, at least. (Remember the April Fool’s Day snowstorm in 1997?) Spring 2021 officially starts on March 20.On a related note as the days lengthen and it is lighter at 5 p.m., it will be time to turn the clocks ahead on Sunday, March 14 at 2 a.m. (Not that …

Yes, as the adage goes regarding the changing of time, we turn the clocks back in the fall, and ahead in the spring. The Feb. 25 print edition editorial titled "Musings" meant to include that lifestyle strategy. So on Sunday, March 14 at 2 a.m. or later that day, turn the clocks ahead one hour! 

MONEY MOVES–From left, Joan McGrath, executive director, PLAN of MA & RI, Gregg Gallant, Special Olympics athlete, Mary Beth McMahon, president & CEO, Special Olympics Massachusetts, at the announcement of the financial planning program for Special Olympics athletes and their families.

Special Olympics Massachusetts and Planned Lifetime Assistance Network (PLAN of MA & RI) announce a first of its kind exclusive partnership. Special Olympics athletes and their families will get access to PLAN of MA & RI educational webinars and resources to help with future financia…

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Carol Wixted Cahill of Milton, formerly of Quincy, passed away…

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Stuart Dearborn Babb, 55, of Milton, MA, passed away peacefull…