Milton Players of Milton, Mass. announce DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS. The show is directed by Glenn Kane, with music and lyrics by David Yazbek and book by Jeffrey Lane, and is based on the movie of the same name, with music direction by Jason Whiting and choreography by Kimberly A. Tremlett. Read more »
The Milton Police Department have rolled out a new web site which you can find here. It appears that they will be making the police logs available online. There is a link but nothing has yet been posted. It is a simple, clean design. There is a direct link to their Crime Tip Hot Line. You can find that here. Read more »
Representative Walter Timilty (D–Milton) is pleased to announce a Small Business Resource Forum on Wednesday April, 4th from 11AM until noon at the State House. The forum will include a presentation of federal, state and private sector resources available to small businesses and new initiatives in the legislature to help small businesses. Read more »
by Frank Schroth
At the last meeting of the School Committee several teams appeared before the committee. There were three amazing groups. Read more »
Tom Palmer sent in this picture of magnolia blossoms. The erratic weather hasn’t been kind. These blossoms are withering with the return to cold temperatures.
from The Patriot Ledger
The Quincy and Milton police department were recognized for their assistance in federal prosecutions by U.S. Attorney Carmen M. Ortiz.
The two departments were involved in the investigation that led to the conviction of three men on charges of bank fraud, aggravated identity theft and using counterfeit bank cards at ATM machines. (Read the full story here.)
Fuller Village is now festooned with striking banners commemorating Milton’s 350th. It is a fitting tribute and a fitting location given the number of residents at Fuller who have given the town so much! Please click “Read more” for a gallery of pictures. Read more »
News release from Fontbonne Academy
Fontbonne Academy’s Model United Nations’ Club hosted a presentation by Dr. David Sakura yesterday in Fontbonne Academy’s Library. Dr. Sakura was an internee of the Minidoka Japanese Interment Camp in Idaho. Read more »
from The Bay State Banner
The Elizabeth Stone House (ESH) of Roxbury recently announced that Milton, Mass., resident James (Jim) May has been promoted to director of development.
The ESH is a family shelter and community support center for families who are survivors of domestic violence, substance abuse, mental health issues and homelessness. (Read the full story here.)
Boston Magazine recently published a story listing the 50 most powerful people in Boston. “Best of” lists are always kind of goofy and kind of fun – and always generate attention. “Best Colleges” is perhaps best example – etc, etc. What caught our eye about this one is that 4 of the top 10 live in Milton. They are. . . Read more »