by Frank Schroth
At the last meeting of the Planning Board a new chairman was selected and the board held hearings on Hendries and the Milton Hill House expansion. The new chair is Alex Whiteside, Hendries may be inching forward, and the new Hill House development needs work. Read more »
Dr. Joseph Warren, patriot, physician, and Governor of the revolutionary Massachusetts Provincial Congress, paid a visit to the Suffok Resolves House here in Milton recently. About Dr. Warren General Gage said his death is equal ot the death of a hundred men. Click “Read more’ for a gallery of images of his visit.
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|June 7, 2012|
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The Milton Public Library, located at 476 Canton Avenue, is hosting a wonderful exhibit during May and June called, “My Neighborhood: 350 Years Later,” by a local amateur photographer in honor of the 350th anniversary of the town. Deborah Milbauer, Milton resident, has taken portraits of families who live in her neighborhood, to show the wide diversity present there. Read more »
Veronica Guerrero Macia returns for part two of her popular workshop designed to help us come up with the right combination of clothes and accessories for the summer season. Veronica is a Milton resident and owner of Tassels, a professional organizing company.
WHERE: Milton Public Library
WHEN: Thursday, May 31 @ 7:00PM
On Tuesday, June 5th Anthony M. Sammarco will present the final lecture of a three part series on the history and development of Milton. This lecture is “Milton Neighborhoods: People & Places.” Read more »
Please carefully read the following from the Milton Police Department regarding the upcoming events planned for Milton’s 350th celebration taking place beginning next Friday.
BIG WEEKEND EVENTS/TRAFFIC/PARKING INFO
Friday Evening June 8th – Fireworks
The Police Department anticipates the MHS lot to be filled quickly. Once all spots are filled, Gile Rd. will be closed to ALL TRAFFIC. Read more »
Yesterday was a day for picnics, parades, and rememberance. In keeping with tradition Milton held is annual Memorial Day parade. Participants inlcuded the American Legion Post 114, Police and Fire Department Honor Guards, and local scout troops. Following is a gallery of images from the day. Read more »
On Wednesday, May 30th, at 7:00pm, in the Chapel at East Church, there will be an opportunity to learn about the Sufi religious tradition from members of the House of Sufism in Boston.
Llew Smith, Robert Ames and Mohammad Nooraee will provide insight into how Sufi meditation works, how they feel the presence of Divine Love and how this love translates into service in the world. Read more »
by Frank Schroth
At the last School Committee meeting Dr. Arangio, principal of Milton High School, announced that Milton High had been accredited by NEASC. The committee had requested that Mr. Arangio appear to give an update. He was present along with members of the high school administration including Assistant Principal Alan Cron, Assistant Principal Yolanda Beech, and World Language Director Martine Fisher. The team has been working on developing plans and responses to some of the recommendations that had been received to date. Read more »
from Boston.com – Your Town Milton
Here are some recent incidents reported to the Milton police. A full list is available at police headquarters, 66 Highland St.
On May 18 at 5:57 a.m., a caller on Truman Parkway reported an unoccupied car with front-end damage parked in the caller’s driveway. When police investigated, they found that the vehicle was involved in a hit-and-run and was wanted by the State Police. (Read the fll story here.)