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The Milton School Committee is soliciting interest in filling its open seat until the spring 2013 Town election. Any registered voter of the Town of Milton is eligible to serve. A letter of interest and qualifications should be sent to School Committee Chair Glenn Pavlicek,
Senator Brian A. Joyce threw out the first pitch at the first game played on the new Houghton’s Pond Ball Fields in Milton, which were restored with $1 million secured by Senator Joyce. The improved facilities will benefit Milton’s many youth sports leagues, including baseball, softball, lacrosse, and soccer programs. An additional $1.8 million secured by Senator Joyce will allow for future improvements, including increased parking and comfort stations.
Drew Echelson who left as principal of the Tucker Elementary School a couple of years ago to attend Harvard will be returning in the fall to take the reins of Glover Elementary on an interim basis. Superintendent Gormley made the announcement in an email sent to parents, guardians and staff yesterday.
On May 7, 1662 Stephen Kingsley, Robert Vose, and John Gill wrote a Petition of Incorporation to the General Court for “that part of Dorchester which is situated on the south side of the Naponset River commonly called Unquatiquisset.” Having been granted liberty by the Towne of Dorchester, these men sought “a second graunt of liberty to become a Township of our selves.” 350 years later to the day, Town Meeting convened at the First Parish Church last night to conduct the town’s business.
by Frank Schroth
Wally Heller is a 4th grader at the Cunningham Elementary School. He appeared along with his parents at the recent School Committee meeting. The principal, Karen Spaulding, was there too. Why? Because Wally along with Cunningham 3rd grader Arjun Sohur won a Cambridge Science Festival Curiosity Award.
Join us for our Spring Open House to take a tour of our facility, enjoy the view from the summit of Great Blue Hill and participate in many fun activities. Activities include presentations on weather and climate, kite making and flying, tagged balloon releases, self guided tours with interpreters throughout the facility, and tables for the WINS program, MWO, NWS, and Friends of the Blue Hills.
Below is the schedule of Olympic events. Whether you are participating, volunteering or cheering on your neighbors, the day, time and location are listed. We look forward to your involvement to make the Fuller Village Olympics a success!!
Town Meeting will continue at 7:30PM on 5/8 and 5/10. These sessions will be at the Winchester Auditorium at Milton High School.
from Boston.com – Your Town Milton
Here are some recent incidents reported to Milton police. A full list is available at police headquarters, 66 Highland St.
On April 27, a resident on Wendell Park reported an unoccupied vehicle parked in his driveway. Police reported that the car was connected to a bank robbery in Boston earlier that day. The Boston Police Department towed the car from the home. (Read the full story here.)