Notice from Milton Police Deepartment
ON MONDAY APRIL 9TH, The DPW will begin a major water main project on Governors Road. This street will be CLOSED to all traffic except residents, from the Quincy line to Edge Hill Rd. Traffic sign boards are in place and residents have been notified by mail. This work has been scheduled for some time, and will last for several weeks. Please take notice and kindly share with your friends. Thanks.
by Frank Schroth
Update: The driver of the stolen car that crashed on Randolph Avenue died of his injuries.
Sustainable Milton and the Milton DPW will be hosting Milton Green Day again this year on Saturday May 5th. School groups, sports teams, neighborhood associations, town clubs, Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops and church/temple groups are encouraged to sign up now to take part in this great town-wide event. Let’s give the town a good spring cleaning and make Milton beautiful!
During April, National Poetry Month, we are posting a poem a day. If you would like to suggest one, please email it in. The following poem is by Gwendolyn Brooks.
We Real Cool, by Gwendolyn Brooks
THE POOL PLAYERS.
SEVEN AT THE GOLDEN SHOVEL.
We real cool. We
Left school. We
from The Patriot Ledger
It took more than five games’ worth of innings for the Quincy High softball team to fall out of the past two South Sectional preliminary rounds. (Read the full story here.)