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Tag: massachusetts

Sen. Joyce won’t run again

| February 23, 2016

“MILTON, MA – Sen. Brian A. Joyce, who has been in the legislature for 20 years, will not seek re-election. “I have worked hard for Milton and achieved results, while always trying to abide by the rules. I will continue to work hard for Milton and all of the district but will not seek re-election,” […]

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Video – Cong. Lynch burns FAA on House floor: “I’ve got to resort to this”

| June 4, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Cong. Stephen Lynch, on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives June 3, used strong language to characterize the FAA’s lack of response to concerns over airplane noise and pollution in Milton. “All I’m looking for is a meeting with the FAA in my district, and I’ve got to resort […]

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Elections, parades, new faces in this week’s Milton Minute

| April 30, 2015

Milton, MA – Town-wide election votes in new Selectman David Burnes, pushes through a tax override for firefighter Pickens and awards a number of other contested offices, the Little League parades officially break the ice on warm weather sports, the town gets $110,00 grant to study the link between substance abuse and mental health, the […]

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A big week for headlines with the Milton Minute

| March 18, 2015

Milton, MA – Ulin Rink contract gets one-year extension from the DCR, Hendries development 131 Eliot St. LLC gets its comprehensive permit from the Board of Appeals, the Milton Times takes a trip up Great Blue Hill to learn how the Blue Hill Observatory makes its weather measurements, and the town announces it has spent […]

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It’s all falling down in this week’s video headlines

| March 12, 2015

Milton, MA – Solar panels fall from Town Hall roof, snow melting goes under the microscope, and the animal shelter takes a step toward a new home. Milton, Mass., news headlines, from the Milton Times newspaper, March 11-18, 2015. Subscribe: Advertise: For current subscribers, read the e-edition: The Milton Minute airs […]

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Playoff time for MHS sports in the Milton Minute

| February 25, 2015

Milton, MA – MHS winter sports teams head into the playoffs, including girls hockey, basketball and track as well as boys hockey, ice and snow removal is at the top of the list of priorities, and the Milton Times wins two NENPA awards. Milton, Mass., news headlines, from the Milton Times newspaper, Feb. 25-March 4, […]

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