Several Milton town offices will reopen to the public by appointment only starting May 10.
“Remember This Year,” a documentary that takes viewers up close to the COVID-19 pandemic through the eyes of Milton residents, will air on Rhode Island’s PBS affiliate WSBE on April 26 and May 1.
An additional free COVID-19 testing date has been set for March 21, another is possible for April, as town officials are continuing to make a push to get more vaccines to administer.
The hours for the Feb. 14 testing at the Department of Public Works yard have shifted. The free COVID-19 testing will be held from noon to 4 p.m.A light snowstorm is in the forecast for Saturday into Sunday, and the time switch will allow the DPW salting operations to avoid a conflict with t…
The Select Board approved Feb. 7 and 21 as two more Sundays of free COVID-19 testing in Milton and got a look at what might be involved as the vaccine is rolled out to more residents in upcoming months.
Milton residents who are 75 or older are now eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccinations but town officials say the town does not currently do not have any more appointments to offer.
In light of the continued increase in positive COVID 19 cases in our community, the Library building will be closing to the public as of 9:00 am, Saturday, January 2, 2021.
Saying the need for more COVID-19 testing as crucial to stem the spread of the disease, the Select Board has unanimously approved two additional free Sunday testing dates of Jan. 10 and 17.
The Baker-Polito administration announced today that all communities in Massachusetts will return to Step 1 of Phase 3 of the Commonwealth’s reopening plan effective Sunday, Dec. 13.
Milton High School and Pierce Middle School have shifted to fully remote education through Thanksgiving as the town is experiencing a surge in COVID-19 cases with the highest number of new cases since early May.
Manet Community Health Center of Quincy is setting up a COVID 19 testing day at the Milton High School campus on Friday, Nov. 20 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in the rear of the building in the Copeland Field House.
We are writing to you collectively as a team of physician and nurse members of the Health Subcommittee of the Return to School Task Force. We are all parents of students in the MPS district, representing all of the schools across the district. We have all volunteered our time and expertise o…
BREAKING NEWS: The Milton School Committee has requested and received an extension from Commissioner Jeffrey C. Riley of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) on the submission of the Milton Public Schools Fall Reopening Comprehensive Plan. In accordance with this exten…
There is a lot of important information regarding the Return to School plans. Per Superintendent of Schools Mary Gormley's office, "This presentation contains the guiding principles and the Initial Return to School plans – In-person, Hybrid, Remote – at each level."
Gov. Charlie Baker announced on July 24 that effective Aug. 1, all travelers entering the Commonwealth, including both out of state residents and Massachusetts residents returning home, will be required to comply with a new travel order.
Milton’s Director of Veterans Services Kevin J Cook, American Legion Post #114 and the Town of Milton announce that Milton’s 2020 Memorial Day Ceremonies have been finalized.
In a time when hugs are few, first responders encircled Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton (BID-Milton) on April 28 with a ring of gratitude made up of more than 50 police cruisers, ambulances, and fire trucks with sirens blaring.
To support families during school closures, the Milton Public Schools district (MPS) is providing children up to the age of 21 with free, nutritious breakfast and lunch meals every Wednesday as part of the USDA’s emergency COVID-19 response.
If you’re a business owner, you’ve probably gone through a range of emotions recently. A few weeks ago, as part of the $2 trillion CARES Act, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was launched to provide $349 billion to help small businesses keep their workers and stay afloat. Your expectati…
As of Sept. 20 the Milton Health Department has confirmed 367 cases of Coronavirus in the community. There are 61 additional presumed COVID-19 cases in the community.
William James College INTERFACE Referral Service works to increase awareness of mental health issues impacting children, families, and adults and to facilitate access to appropriate services. Visit the website to learn more about anxiety, depression, divorce, substance abuse, suicide and muc…
Mike's 5K to Crush Substance Abuse has launched a special campaign to support the Gavin Foundation, the Grayken Center at Boston Medical Center, and Bay State Community Services as they continue their efforts to prevent and treat addiction during the global coronavirus crisis. Please visit F…
The prayer requests poured forth from the congregation of East Congregational Church over the Zoom application during the church’s recent Sunday services.
Effective March 27,, the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) has been enforcing a strict no walk-in policy at its eight Service Centers open to the general public.
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.
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.
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.”