We received a flurry of photos over the week end which is great. They will be posted over the next several days in teh order they were received. This one fromBob Hannigan captures, we suspect, a widely shared sentiment.
photo by Bob Hannigan
Notice from Milton Police Dept.
Second serious water main break since last night on Blue Hills Parkway on the West Side of Town. DPW crews are on scene. Updates to follow throughout the day as progress is made.
Join Artspace Milton for a Family Night Out @ ester on Sunday, March 8th @ 4p. Children learn the legend of the leprechaun through stories and create a captured leprechaun in a jar, with instructors Karen Hainline and Janet Gilmore.
by Frank Schroth
As reported here, on the town web site, and in yesterday’s Globe, the Ulin Rink was closed recently by DCR that deemed it unsafe until snow was removed from the roof. Curry College removed that snow and completed the work in time to have the rink reopened in time for the scheduled MIAA tournament game between MHS Girls and Medway/Ashland.
by Frank Schroth
The recent edition of the Bike Milton newsletter alerted us to the fact that Leonard Nimoy, arguably the brightest star of Star Trek, used to live here in Milton. According to Bike Milton he lived in the area of Temple Shalom (now Concord Baptist Church).
BENT, Pamela M. (Dubzinski) 71, of Milton passed away on February 19, 2015 surrounded by her loving family. Pamela is survived by her loving children Jonathan M. Bent of Milton, and Courtney B. Winter and her husband Anthony of Boston. She is also survived by her siblings Walter J. Dubzinski, Jr., and his wife Irene of Gardner, John Dubzinski and his wife Donna of Leominster and Anne Jasinski and her husband John of Templeton.
TABER, Steven W. 59, of Milton passed away suddenly on February 25, 2015. He was the loving husband of Rene (Bingham) Taber. Devoted father of Eleanor and Olivia Taber both of Milton. Steven is also survived by his brother Carl Taber and his wife Natalie of Mattapoisett, his brother-in-law Robert Bingham and his wife Julia of Somerville, his loving in laws Paula and Frank Bingham, his nieces and nephews,
Welcome to this week’s edition of the Cahill Report, a weekly update on Milton real estate activity produced in partnership with Laura Cahill.
Following are a list of open houses this week end and recent real estate transactions.
The Milton Booster reported the thrilling end to a hard fought game on their Facebook page:
In the fourth round of the shootout, Siobhan Murtaugh scored! The girls hockey team is going on to the next round!!! Congratulations!!
It sounds like it was all defense all the time on both sides of the puck. The Ashland Medway Mustangs and the Wildcats played to a 0-0 tie in regulation, and it remained 0-0 after two overtimes.
Moira Downes captured this shot of a flag waving over “Mount Kellymanjaro” which I can’t wait to have turn into Mount Puddlemanjaro. We welcome your photos. Please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
photo by Moira Downes