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Milton Change Makers: Spotlight on Milton Persists

| December 8, 2018

Milton, MA- Milton Persists was founded two years ago, inspired by the 2017 Women’s March and fueled by resistance to the election of President Trump, with the mission to engage the Milton community in the political process to ensure that the community’s local, state and federal representatives actively represent progressive values and principles. Milton Change […]

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Town wins $241,000 in recycling grants

| December 7, 2018

Milton, MA- Milton has received $241,000 in a pair of key state grants that will pay for roughly half the cost of new curbside recycling carts distributed this fall and enable the town to recycle discarded mattresses for free for the next two years. This article by Elaine Cushman Carroll may be read in its […]

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Headlines for the Thursday, Dec. 6 edition

| December 6, 2018

Milton, MA- Here are some of the headlines for the Thursday, Dec. 6 edition of the Milton Times: “Property tax bills rise by 3.4 percent” “Milton honors its native son” “Smith Charles preparing for final track season” ” A mourning for ourselves too” News, features, sports and more can all be found in the Thursday, […]

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Milton resident presented a Cheverus Award Medal

| December 5, 2018

Milton, MA- Cardinal Sean O’Malley presented 125 Cheverus Award Medals to laypersons, deacons and religious, including Mrs. Dell Staunton of St. Agatha Parish of Milton, during a daytime prayer service at Immaculate Conception Church on 600 Pleasant St. in Malden, This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Nov. 29 edition of […]

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Sophia’s Socks for the Homeless drive

| December 3, 2018

Milton, MA- Once again, Sophia Casini, 7 and a half is on a mission to help bring warmth during the cold winter season to the homeless guests at St. Francis House on 39 Boylston St. in Boston. Sophia is urging the community to donate new pairs of socks through the first week of December.  They […]

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Balancing growth with affordable homes

| December 1, 2018

Milton, MA- Planning Board Chair Cheryl Tougias said that although Milton is clearly built out, “It doesn’t mean that parcels won’t change.” This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Nov. 29 edition of the Milton Times.  

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