Housing market rebounds in Boston-area suburbs

from The Boston Globe

Vera and David Denmark knew what they wanted: a house in Milton, with plenty of room for children. It had to be renovated, move-in ready, in their price range, and on a street with a neighborhood feel.

They picked Milton for the schools, and because the town was about halfway between their jobs, as physicians at area hospitals.(Read the full story here.)

Brian Joyce thrives at the edge of a fuzzy boundary

from The Boston Globe

Energi of Peabody has been very good to state Senator Brian A. Joyce. The private company, which sells insurance to the energy industry, has provided enough legal work to help the Milton Democrat more than double the size of his law firm, Joyce Law Group.(Read the full story here.)

MHS Crew ergathons coming up

The Milton High School Crew will be holding a series of ergathons throughout town to raise funds for their program. Stop by any of the following locations to learn about the sport and show your support.

SATURDAY MAY 9 Esprit du Vin & The Plate 9:00-1:30
SATURDAY MAY 30 Milton Public Library 10:00-2:30

Timilty Files amendments to the House budget proposal for Milton

News from the Office of Representative Walter F. Timilty

Recently, State Representative Walter F. Timilty filed several amendments to the budget proposal, introduced by the House Ways and Means Committee for Fiscal Year ’16. Fiscal Year ‘16 will commence on July 1, 2015. In short, Representative Timilty is seeking to add several fiscal items to this proposal,

Milton residents play key roles in “Les Miserables”

Several Milton residents have pivotal roles in the cast and crew of Les Miserables, the epic tale of passion, redemption, and revolution, coming soon to Riverside Theatre Works.

Based on the novel by Victor Hugo, Les Miserables is the story of Jean Valjean, sent to prison in 19th-century France for stealing a loaf of bread for his family.

Milton Residents to Sing with Quincy Choral Society 

Screen Shot 2015-05-01 at 6.16.52 AMThe Quincy Choral Society concludes its 2014-2015 season with a performance of music celebrating nature. The concert features For the Beauty of the Earth and All Things Bright and Beautiful by John Rutter, Frostiana by Randall Thompson, Songs of Nature by Antonin Dvorak, and Benedicite by Ralph Vaughn Williams. The soloist for Benedicite is Chelsea Beatty, soprano.