Student seeks help with Eagle Scout project

from – Your Town Milton

Milton High School junior Tim Vhay has put out a request for volunteers to help him finish phase two of a community conservation project needed to reach the rank of Eagle Scout. (Read the full story here.)

Notice from MPD: Subjects captured on video

from The Milton Police Department

Eliot/Capen/Rockview/Columbine Cliffs. Breaks occured last week in your area. MBTA video captured (2) subjects, both black male, late teens wearing hoodies, one red, one blue. They came into the area via the trolley at 1:30. Both had back packs. please keep your eyes open any SP activity call 911.

Town plans forums on race

from – Your Town Milton

The town of Milton is tackling the sticky topic of race this fall in a series of public discussions aimed at making the increasingly diverse community more welcoming. (Read the full story here.)

Notice from MPD: Stay alert and be a partner

from Milton Police Department

MILTON RESIDENTS-late last week we have a couple of breaks in the Eliot St. neighborhood. In one instance a resident watched the suspect entered the back yard to the rear of the home to make entry. PLEASE, you are our partners in this mission. If you see someone suspicious call 911 right away. Thanks.

Break ins continue – lock up!

A police officer stopped by the other day to chat with a group of neighbors on Avalon Road. There had been break ins on Eliot, Oak and Capen Streets.These occurred late last week.

Yesterday a letter among concerned residents of the area was circulated informing them of the robberies and asking they BE VIGILANT. Get to know your neighbors if you do not already.

Milton remembers 9/11 with readings and candlelight vigil

from Wicked Local Milton

Over 150 people gathered at the Gazebo in front of Milton Town Hall for a 9/11 observance.

“The Tenth Anniversary Remembrance of the Events of September 11, 2001,” was organized by the Milton Interfaith Clergy Association. (Read the full story here.)

South Shore Insider: Seaport Hotel GM watched the waterfront transform

from Wicked Local Milton

Jim Carmody has had a front-row seat for the transformation of the South Boston waterfront.

The Milton resident – and Dorchester native – became general manager of the Seaport Boston Hotel and World Trade Center in 2004, after an 11-year stint at Tufts-New England Medical Center, where he supervised hospitality services and real estate operations. (Read the full story here.)

First Annual Mema’s Run at Cunningham Park

This weekend most of America will observe the 10th Anniversary of the September 11 attacks with tributes and memorial services.

Also this weekend there was another 10 year observance in Milton as over 139 runners gathered in Cunningham Park to pay tribute to Mary “Mema” Gardiner, with a run. (Read the full story here.)

Memory remains

There are a million stories. This is one.

The day was very much like today. The air crisp, the sky a brilliant blue, and the water sparkling and bright.

I boarded the ferry from Rowes Wharf to the airport. I was meeting two colleagues for dinner at one of the airport hotels.

We greeted each other warmly. These were difficult times for our business, and we felt a kinship that can come when facing a tough struggle together. The dinner was a nice respite. The following day we would be flying to Los Angeles.