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Tag: milton

Headlines for the Thursday, Jan. 10 edition

| January 10, 2019

Milton, MA- Here are some of the headlines for the Thursday, Jan. 10 edition of the Milton Times: “State says: allow developer to build 90 units” “Natural gas leaks common in town” “Garbage truck misses right turn” “MHS wrestling rolling to solid beginning of season” News, sports, features and more can all be found in […]

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Headlines for the Thursday, Dec. 27 edition

| December 27, 2018

Milton, MA- Here are just a few of the headlines for the Thursday, Dec. 27 edition of the Milton Times: “First look Jan. 2 at school ideas” “Panel to scrutinize East Milton Sq.” “Budget give-and-take to begin” ” Milton indoor track and field off and running” Sports, features, news and so much more can all […]

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Town wins $241,000 in recycling grants

| December 7, 2018

Milton, MA- Milton has received $241,000 in a pair of key state grants that will pay for roughly half the cost of new curbside recycling carts distributed this fall and enable the town to recycle discarded mattresses for free for the next two years. This article by Elaine Cushman Carroll may be read in its […]

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Residential property inspections underway

| November 26, 2018

Milton, MA- The Massachusetts Department of Revenue requires that a periodic data collection program be implemented for the inspection of each property at least once every 10 years. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Nov. 22 edition of the Milton Times.

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Headlines for the Nov. 22 edition

| November 21, 2018

Milton, MA- Here are just a few of the headlines for the Thursday, Nov. 22 edition of the Milton Times: “Seeking peace: Solution sought for couple’s and shelter dogs’ needs” “Mapping Milton’s future, a project at a time” Art exhibit celebrates DCR’s 125th birthday “Residential property inspection underway” News, sports, features and more can all […]

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Pierce students lead with peace march

| November 13, 2018

Milton, MA- Carrying banners and chanting, about 60 Pierce Middle School students let their firm convictions overflow into a march on the seat of town government after school let out on Friday, Nov. 2. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Nov. 8 edition of the Milton Times.

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