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Milton officials recently received a setback in proposed solutions for dispersing the impact of heavy airplane traffic that plagues areas of Milton under the 4R approach runway.

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Many Milton stars are interested in the Cape Cod Baseball League and all their college stars who hope to play major league ball. The league is videoing some of the games for viewing on NESN. If you want to go to a nice park on the Cape to watch a game, try Cotuit. They really do a good job.

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The members of the Milton Yacht Club have been launching boats the old-fashioned way for more than 100 years, using a marine railway boat launch.

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Frustration boiled over at the July 14 Select Board meeting over the permanent loss of 15 parking spaces in East Milton Square as part of the $7.8 million highway reconstruction project of the deck park and its surrounding streets.

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Although she briefly had her own television show and sang for audiences of thousands, Rita Callahan recently insisted that she never was a star, but friends and family members of the petite woman who turns 100 years old on July 24 think she has been shining brightly all her life.

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When COVID-19 struck, Christine Stanton, who was just months into her new job as director of the Council on Aging, wasted no time in responding to the needs of those aged 60 and over.

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Who would believe Milton needed a new Facebook page?

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Two sugar maple trees that have graced the edge of Town Hall green for the past 100 years are failing and will be taken down, one as soon as possible.

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School Committee authorized a 6% hike in the cost of both the after school and before school programs during its July 7 meeting.

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Ever since he first stepped onto a football field for the junior Wildcats back in the fourth grade, Nathan Fraser dreamed of playing under the lights on a Friday night at Milton High School (MHS) before donning a college jersey and helmet on a Saturday afternoon or evening. 

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A 21-year-old Milton man was charged with murder in Quincy District Court on July 12, two days after he allegedly shot another Milton man on Belvoir Road just a short distance from where the victim lived.

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After facing down a rare disease that could have left him unable to run or walk, a seventh grader at Pierce Middle School has made a remarkable recovery.

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The Education Commission of St. Michael's Episcopal Church is having its annual summer discussion on Wednesday, July 14 at 7 p.m. "How to be an Antiracist" in the Garden of Seasons, outside the church on Randolph Ave., weather permitting or on Zoom.

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It would literally turn out to be a thunderous battle between two titans of Massachusetts high school rugby.

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As the dollar amount of building permits continues to soar in Milton, the number of people who decided to tackle a job on their own without getting those permits has likely gone up as well during COVID-19, according to town officials.

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The Milton Public Schools (MPS) recently gave special recognition to 10  employees who retired during the school year, acknowledging them for their dedication and effort on behalf of families and students.

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Some reconfiguring of the lines for Milton’s 10 voting precincts will be needed this fall if preliminary counts for the town in the 2020 U.S. Census hold.

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Previously shuttered due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Special Olympics are officially back in action.

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A Select Board meeting was halted twice when a Milton resident refused to stop his speech expressing anger over the School Department’s use of funds for an equity audit that included two questions about sexual identity.

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It had been a mythical season to that point. Walking through a predominantly Division 1 Bay State Conference (one of the best conferences in the state at that) and ripping past Greater New Bedford, Bishop Feehan and Plymouth South en route to their first South Sectional final since 1974. The…

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The results of the Milton Public Schools’ equity audit have been delayed slightly but are expected to be ready for release in July. 

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From July 1 to 31, the Milton Public Library will host a local artist named Allegra Murray in an exhibit titled “Another Story.”

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Fifth graders at Glover Elementary School had the opportunity to develop leadership skills and six students’ choice of a leadership role took the form of giving back.

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The waters of Boston Harbor were calm, but the message given to those onboard the cruise ship was a dire one about the “clear and present danger” to the entire region caused by rising sea levels and potential imminent storm surges. 

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Three Milton Fire Department members with children of their own got the pleasure of being part of a team that oversaw the safe delivery of a baby boy whose parents got caught in heavy traffic  as they headed to a Boston hospital midday on June 17. 

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In short, it’s been a “wow” year for all kinds of building permits in Milton, according to Building Inspector Joe Prondak.

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The Milton Farmers’ Market will be back in full swing this year with the same three farmers from the previous year returning.  

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The Amor Road 40B proposal took a major step forward on June 1 when the developers of the 16-unit project officially filed a comprehensive permit with the Board of Appeals.

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A plaque marking the other historical use of the Milton Yacht Club building at 25 Wharf St. is being planned.

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When the final school bell rings on June 18, the Sumpter family will be happy to say goodbye to the weirdest school year that they, Milton, and most of the country has ever experienced.

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Members of the Milton High Class of 2021, who took a different path for the past 14 months of their high school career due to COVID-19, set out in their own directions when they graduated on June 6.

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Take one kindergarten student who was excited to get milk in a single-serving carton, add 400 boxes brimming with fresh produce for weeks on end, and top it off with too many turkey baguettes sandwiches to count.

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The Milton High track and field teams prided themselves on being built from the ground up and ultimately into a program that saw an unprecedented string of state titles. Teams loaded with young underclassmen with bright futures eventually led the way to becoming one of the great high school …

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Starting in the fall, Pierce Middle School will hit the brakes for good on accelerated level math and English classes in Grades 7 and 8.

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Watching the graduating seniors from Milton High gather to celebrate their amazing accomplishment – the beginning of their future without masks or social distance – was an incredible thrill.

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Members of the Milton High Class of 2021, who took a different path for the past 14 months of their high school career due to COVID-19, set out in their own directions when they graduated on June 6.

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At the Baron Hugo Gazebo June 9. Sponsored by Congressman Stephen Lynch and Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley. The band concerts are back!

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Opportunities to party like it’s pre pandemic times will be returning this month with the return of two popular family-friendly venues.

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This year’s Dogwood Days will take place over two weeks, and will feature smaller, more intimate events and programs designed to showcase the spectacular late spring bloom of the kousa dogwoods and appeal to all ages, including daily guided tours, garden yoga and meditation, sheep shearing, …

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It’s been far too long since the Milton High boys lacrosse team took part in the state tournament, but what has been a program many fans have been waiting to break out may have finally turned a corner.