Here are some shots from yesterday’s Memorial Day Observance here in Milton. The featured speaker was Milton native Colonel Paul Burke of the U.S. Marine Corps. In these photos is one of Colonel Burke pinning the Purple Heart on Hyman Levy, a machine gunner who served under General Patton in Africa in WWII. Injured in battle he was recently awarded his Purple Heart.
Nico Gilmore, Liam Hines, Robert McCullough, Olivia Sidoti (coxswain), Will Hess, Coach Bill Hamel – photo by Adam Gilmore
This past Saturday in a thrilling finish the MHS 1st Varsity 4+ boat won the MPSRA (Massachusetts Public School Rowing Association) Championships! They entered the final heat with only the fifth strongest qualifying time and were up against Cambridge Rindge and Latin (CRLS), a school that had been beating them all season.
by Joan Clifford
Have you ever thought you’d like to see some chickens and rainbow colored tires or a giant cupcake in East Milton Square? We put our art outdoors to beckon and brighten people’s days. Eleven teams of children decided this is what they want you to see as you drive and walk around town for the next month.
It’s that time of year. Enjoy it. The photographer’s name was withheld upon request. We welcome your photos. You can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
from Wicked Local Milton
An Upton man pleaded guilty in U.S. Federal Court on Thursday to robbing a banks in Milton and three other communities last year. (Read the full story here.)
The Milton Historical Society announces that the Suffolk Resolves House, 1370 Canton Avenue, Milton MA will be open on the following dates:
Milton will hold its annual Memorial Day Observance on Monday, May 25, 2015.
The American Legion Post #114 will begin its program with the raising of the flag and the placing of the wreath at 9:30AM at the Town Hall. Following this observance, participants will march to Milton Cemetery for the customary ceremony that will begin at 10AM.
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.
St. Mary’s community gathers in front of the school before beginning the 5 mile walk
On Sunday, May 18th, the St. Mary of the Hills School community came together for the 4th annual “Walk for Haiti.” The event drew around 150 people, 20 of which were former SMH students and alumnae. The walk consisted of a new 5 mile route around the town of Milton.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton (BID-Milton) will offer free valet parking to hospital patients and visitors beginning on Monday, June 1. The free service will be available at the hospital’s Highland Street entrance Monday through Friday, from 8 am to 5 pm and will be provided by Valet Park of America.