Wicked Local Milton has a portfolio of photos of students starting off the school year at Collicot Elementary. You can view the portfolio here.
by Frank Schroth
Yesterday the MPD posted the photo above to their Facebook page of “units on scene at serious motorcycle accident on Reedsdale Rd.” Early this morning while out for a jog I saw a car fly down Central Ave doing ~45mph. And last Wednesday 6 people were injured in a crash on Route 28 here in town. Tomorrow school’s will be in full swing. Please drive carefully.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Milton is one of six hospitals participating in a pilot program to award settlements for preventable mistakes. This was referenced in an article in today’s Boston Globe that discusses what patients can do when something goes medically wrong. You can find the article here.
Notice from the Facebook page of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Milton
A special Labor Day Monday Morning “Shout Out” to Milton resident Nancy Vaughn (back row, center) and her Girl Power running club. Nancy started the running club as a way for adolescent girls to learn to set and achieve goals. She started with just three girls and now has over 80! Girl Power was one on eight community groups to receive a BID-Milton Community Health grant. Great job, Nancy, and keep on running girls!
from Wicked Local Milton
Milton police on Friday confirmed the Thursday arrest of David Lydon, 28, of Chelsea, shortly after he allegedly robbed a Dorchester bank. Lydon is also a suspect in the Tuesday unarmed robbery of a Santander Bank in East Milton Square. (Read the full story here.)
Another area bank was robbed last Thursday. This time it was the Meetinghouse Bank in Lower Mills and the suspect was apprehended. This suspect was also wanted for the robbery of the Santander Bank in East Milton (related post here)
from The Dorchester Reporter
Boston Police arrested a suspect in a brazen early afternoon bank robbery in Dorchester Lower Mills today, and he was arrested with the help of a fleet-footed bank executive. (Read the full story here.)
Attention, mystery-loving teens and adults! On Friday, September 12, from 5-9 p.m., the Keys Community Room becomes a giant board game of Lifesize Clue for adults and teens. Vie for prizes and solve mysteries. (A school age version will run the next day, September 13 from 2-3 p.m.)
The Board of Selectmen will be meeting on Tuesday, September 2 at 6:30pm in the Cronin Conference Room at Town Hall. The agenda begins with an executive session to discuss 0 Central Ave (Hendries). The agenda for open session includes but is not limited to a Chapter 139 public hearing on 131 Eliot Street, an update on 0 Central Ave and a discussion of the Swifte Hat Shop. You can find the full agenda here.
Watercolor and oil painting classes for adults and talented teens will be taught by Beth Neville beginning Tuesday, September 16. Classes meet from 7 to 9 p.m. and students may choose either Monday or Tuesday evenings, at their convenience.
We have a big announcement we’d like to share with you. In October, Marketplace Cafe, our restaurant at our Milton location, will be closing. The space will be renovated and early next year a new restaurant will launch.
Senator Brian A. Joyce announced that the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) has awarded the Milton Cultural Council a $6,270 grant. These grants support a wide variety of cultural activities and projects that benefit local residents, while supporting jobs in the nonprofit cultural sector. The announcement was made as part of MCC’s statewide funding program.