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Gov. Charlie Baker issued an order on March 23 prohibiting gatherings of over 10 people. This order revoked the one he issued on March 15 prohibiting gatherings of more than 25 people.

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Among the changes in Milton Police Department operations as a result of a coronavirus (COVID-19) alert is that the public is not allowed to come into the police station. Instead, they should call regarding all non-emergency matters.

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Cardinal Seán O’Malley, Archbishop of Boston, is leading a virtual retreat, “Christ, Our Light in the Darkness,” designed to be an opportunity to enter more deeply into this Lent, which will be remembered as one “in quarantine.”

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The Staffcats took on the Harlem Wizards March 10 at the Copeland Field House and a crowd enjoyed the magic. Days later the town experienced its first case of Coronavirus.

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Town of Milton Offices will be closed to the public until further notice due to the Coronavirus emergency.

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Milton Democrat and State Rep. Bill Driscoll Jr. has been appointed to the State House of Representatives COVID-19 working group, having worked in the disaster response field prior to serving in the Legislature.

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Suzanne Lombardi continues to offer take out at The Plate.

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The public hearing on a preliminary review of plans to subdivide the property at 227 Pleasant St. into five lots for single-family homes has been delayed until at least March 26.

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The eighth case of the coronavirus in Milton was announced on March 23, and among those is a Milton High School student. As town officials continued to work to address the issue, Town Health Director Caroline Kinsella told residents to expect the number of cases to rise and urged them to be …

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The Milton Fruit Center in Milton Marketplace is now open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week. The store is opening one hour early for those over 60. The number of shoppers inside is limited to 50 with people waiting patiently in a queue outside that allows for social distancing.

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(Editor's note: The library is closed for the time being. We will update our readers when we know when this exhibit may be seen.)

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The House of Representatives’ Subcommittees on National Security and Economic and Consumer Policy were scheduled to hold a joint hearing on March 10 about U.S. biodefense and the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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The Coronavirus is a betacoronavirus that originates from bats. Initially, the disease was detected in people who live in or traveled to Wuhan, Hubei Province, China in December 2019. It was determined early on that those people ill from the coronavirus frequented a seafood and animal market…

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• The goal for the Milton Community is to slow the transmission through self-voluntary quarantine and isolation of Milton residents who have become infected with the virus.

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Among the changes in Milton Police Department operations as a result of a coronavirus (COVID-19) alert is that the public is not allowed to come into the police station. Instead, they should call regarding all non-emergency matters.

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As the third confirmed case of coronavirus in Milton was identified as a Milton High School student on March 19, town officials told residents to expect more cases to arise and to continue to be vigilant about preventative measures.

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In an effort to help customers maintain proper social distancing, the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) announced on March 20 that the annual motor vehicle safety and emissions inspection expiration dates are being extended.

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Gov. Charlie Baker activated the Massachusetts National Guard to support the state’’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, representing a significant addition of supply chain resources available to the Commonwealth and its residents.

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Significant disruptions of daily life are hitting nearly everyone hard as cancellations and prohibitions continue to increase in Greater Boston and Milton, where two residents have tested “presumptive positive” of the Coronavirus.

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About 50 residents crowded into an overflowing Cronin Conference room in two shifts to speak before the Select Board on March 11 in opposition to two of the three most recent 40B projects that have come before the town.

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has found in a preliminary report that an improperly locked airplane compartment door likely led to an incident in which an evacuation slide fell from Delta Airlines flight 405 and landed in an Adams Street front yard on Dec. 1.

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Select Board votes 4-1 to petition Gov. Baker's office for delay of the April 28 Town Election to as late as June 30. A rescheduling of the annual Town Meeting currently set for May 4 is also under consideration, reports the Milton Times' Elaine Cushman Carroll.

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Milton Firefighters battled two, two-alarm fires in as many days, saving a woman trapped on a second floor, and coming to the rescue again for a man who credits them with saving his life about 10 months ago.

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The word gratitude is defined as the “quality of being grateful.” Gratitude can be found in many ways. It could be as simple as the feeling you get when a stranger holds a door open for you, or in the pleasing support of a friend or family. Gratitude is exhibited from the journey of life, a …

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The town's Board of Health issued a statement March 11 saying there are two positive tests for Coronavirus involving residents who attended the Biogen conference in Boston.

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Milton firefighters battled two, two-alarm fires in as many days, saving a woman trapped on a second floor, and coming to the rescue again for a man who credits them with saving his life about 10 months ago.

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The Milton High School World Languages spring trip to Portugal has become the most recent of victims of the coronavirus, and its cancellation has left some parents upset they will lose half of the $3,565 they paid for their students to go on the adventure.

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After consultation with the Town's Health Director, we thought the best course was to move tonight's meeting back to the Cronin Room, where the Select Board meetings were held prior to May 2018.

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Broadcast journalist Bob Halloran and his wife Eileen Curran took the stage as masters of ceremonies for the Saint Rock Haiti Foundation annual gala at the Granite Links Golf Club on Feb. 27.

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The Discovery Schoolhouse announced that it has begun a fundraising effort to buy the former Kidder library building it has rented from the town for the past decade as the Select Board agreed on Feb. 26 to allow it to stay in the building while a process is set up to accept offers for it.

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Milton Town Clerk Susan M. Galvin is reminding residents that Nomination Papers for both Town Wide and Town Meeting Members are due on Tuesday, March 10. There are still several Town Meeting seats open. Ms. Galvin would like to encourage all residents to consider running for office.

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The new owners of Fitness Unlimited don’t think the members of the gym will take much notice of the change at the top of the 40-year-old organization.

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A ceremony honoring the veterans of Iwo Jima was recently held at the Massachusetts Statehouse commemorating the 75th anniversary of the battle. The American invasion of Iwo Jima was the bloodiest campaign of World War II.

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An affiliation agreement was signed at a Milton Chamber of Commerce luncheon between the leaders of the Quincy and Milton Chambers at the new R3BILT Fitness Studio located at Granite Avenue on the Quincy/Milton line.

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When Buddy McDermott was in kindergarten, he spent his mornings in school and his afternoons tagging along with his father, Walter “Mack” McDermott, who worked with Milton’s Department of Public Works (DPW).

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Fuller Village resident Rosemary Zander, left, is helped by poll workers Melina Mon, center, and Emily Martin, right, on Feb. 24, the first day of early voting for the presidential primary. Early voting continues through Feb. 28, ahead of the official primary date of March 3.

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The Discovery Schoolhouse preschool and its associated programs are again at risk of shutting down after they were informed on Feb. 12 that the Select Board cannot renew their lease when it expires in June.