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A Senior Seminar Editorial by Danya Kiernan, MHS 2010
There has been much controversy over Barbie’s new “Islamic look”. This new look is composed of a Burka, the traditional Islamic dress with a mesh eye hole and a head-covering Muslim veil known as the Hijab. While some people think this is a great idea, others feel is insulting. Read more »
Down at the half, Milton’s defense stiffented in the final two quarters. Hutcherson and Marchman scored 7 points apiece in the final quarter and D.J. Santos had a big game scoring 26 points.
The Wildcats will face the number 3 seed Scituate in the sectional semifinal. Scituate prevailed over Wellesley 71-54. Milton will take on Scituate on 3/2 @ 7:00pm in Brockton. You can find the MIAA sectional playoff bracket here. You can find Boston Herald coverage of the game here.
OF ALL THE laughable reasons for opposing a wind turbine, a golf course in Quincy has now come up with a prize-winner: Flicker and shadows from a wind tower proposed by Milton on town property a few hundred yards from the fairways would throw off the games of would-be Tiger Woodses. (Read the full editorial here.)
Milton Hospital said it narrowed it operating losses in the most-recent quarter on aggressive cost cutting and upticks in key services areas such as inpatient surgeries and emergency-room care. (Read the full story here.)
We recently interviewed PeteJackson, Chairman of the Planning Board on the pilot program of MyTownMatters that aired last week end on Milton Access Television. You view the video here. A hearty thanks to Brian Kelley of Talk of the Town for all his help and support.
Superintendent Gormley Seeks Parent Input on Special Education Issues Superintendent Mary Gormley will be at the next Special Education Parent Advisory Council (PAC) on Wed. March 3 at 7pm in the Milton High School library to give an overview of existing programs and proposed changes to special education in Milton. Read more »