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Headlines for Nov. 8 edition

| November 8, 2018

Here are just a few of the headlines for the Thursday, Nov. 8 edition of the Milton Times: “Turnout over 75% as incumbents reelected” “O’Connor case dropped” “Falconi pulls back; considers sale of East Milton buildings” All of these news stories, features, sports and more can all be found in the award winning Milton Times.

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65 to 67 percent voter turnout anticipated

| November 5, 2018

Milton, MA- Milton Town Clerk Susan Galvin estimates a 65 to 67 percent voter turnout for the Nov. 6 election.  Polls at all 10 precincts will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. There are 17,992 registered active voters Galvin said. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Nov. 1 […]

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Show Up for Shabbat

| November 2, 2018

Milton, MA- In the aftermath of the attack at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, the Milton Interfaith Clergy Association invites, indeed calls all in our community to gather in witness and solidarity with our Jewish neighbors on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 11:45am at Congregation Beth Shalom of the Blue Hills.   This article […]

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Headlines for the Thursday, Nov. 1 edition

| November 1, 2018

Milton, MA- Here are just a few of the headlines for the Thursday, Nov. 1 edition of the Milton Times: “65 to 67 percent voter turnout anticipated” “Show Up For Shabbat” “Seeking solace in an 18th century document” News, sports, features and more can all be found in the award winning Milton Times.

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More study needed for Milton Village

| October 29, 2018

Milton, MA- A hard look at a traffic assessment of Milton Village and a series of three community workshops were all put on the agenda of the Master Plan Implementation Committee (MPIC) for later this fall as the group continues to move toward a recommendation regarding a postponed zoning change for the area. This article […]

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TM OKs: 3-year PB term, plastic bag ban and more

| October 26, 2018

Milton, MA- A larger Fire Station Building Committee, a shorter term for Planning Board members, and a new zoning option for an area including the former Knights of Columbus building were among the nine items approved as a Special Town Meeting got underway on Oct. 22.

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