Steel & Rye, the latest addition to Milton’s restaurant scene, just received a nice feather in its cap: Best Restaurant, General Excellence, South from Boston Magazine which has announced its 2014 Best of Boston Awards. They call out Steel & Rye for its “impeccable” service. Congratulations!
Following is a recent post from the Milton Police Department’s Facebook page that reminding residents of DCR and local leash laws.
from Milton Police Dept
It has come to our attention that several residents have had questions about leash laws in Milton. We also want to update you about the entire Blue Hills Reservation/DCR property.
Milton residents and authors Bill Nesto and Fran Di Savino won the 2013 International Andre Simon Award for their book The World of Sicilian Wines. The authors spoke this past year at the Milton Public Library.
There are 3j0 Milton residents registered for the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC), an annual bike-a-thon that today raises more money for charity than any other single athletic fundraising event in the world. The event takes place August 2 and 3. Please click read more for a list of the Milton registrants.
by Frank Schroth
Last Thursday in a crowded Blute Conference Room the Milton Board of Appeals opened a hearing on the comprehensive permit filed by Carrick Realty Trust to develop an affordable apartment building at the site of the Hendries plant at Eliot Street and Central Ave under Massachusetts General Law 40B.
from Wicked Local Milton
Police shut down Central Avenue and evacuated one resident after a lawyer cleaning out a home on the street discovered a shell casing from a bazooka. (Read the full story here.)
from The Patriot Ledger
Not Your Average Joe’s has grown from a single Dartmouth location to a privately held chain of 20 restaurants in five states. And founder Stephen Silverstein of New Bedford has even bigger plans. Click “Read more” for a short video. You can read the full story here.
July 30, 2014 (Wednesday) Erin’s Melody ~ Sponsored by: Dan Tarpey Jr. and Celtic Monument
Concert will be held from 6:00PM – 7:30PM at the Baron Hugo Gazebo on the Town Green at the Town Hall
Following is the third in a series of weekly questions from the Master Plan Committee. Your input is valued. Please post a comment (full names required) or send an email to the committee.
Which transportation improvements do you feel are most important to make?
Information boards are on display at Town Hall and the Milton Public Library.
News release from the Milton Historical Society
Brian Doherty, President of The Milton Historical Society, is proud to announce that a contract has been signed with Jonathan Green and his fiancée Emma Sevigny to be resident caretakers at the Suffolk Resolves House at 1370 Canton Avenue, Milton starting on August 1, 2014.
Notice from the Milton Library Board of Trustees
The Milton Public Library Board of Trustees will be holding a Public Forum to discuss the removal of two trees from the Library grounds. The meeting will be held in the Trustees Room of the Milton Public Library on Monday, August 11th at 6:30.