Rescued goat finds safe refuge

Winslow Farm animal sanctuary welcomes Milton

Screen Shot 2013-01-18 at 8.40.05 AMIn mid-December 2012, Nancy Bersani, Animal Control Officer in Milton, MA, was called to the Department of Conservation and Recreation at Blue Hills to investigate the sighting of a small goat near the skating rink there. Upon arriving at the scene, Nancy found State Police working to keep the goat secured from the street until it could be captured.

Joyce Receives “Beacon of Justice” Award

Senator Brian A. Joyce has been presented the “Beacon of Justice” award by the Equal Justice Coalition for his advocacy and leadership on behalf of the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation. The MLAC provides representation to low-income residents including domestic violence victims, families on the verge of homelessness, and elder victims of consumer fraud.


Notice from the Office of the Town Clerk

The Annual Town Election will be held on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Nomination Papers will be available beginning Monday, January 28, 2013 from Town Clerk, Susan M. Galvin. To have a name place on the ballot, candidates for Town-wide office must collect the signatures of fifty (50) registered voters and Town Meeting Member candidates must collect the signatures of ten (10) registered voters

Reminder – “When in Rome” to be performed by Pierce Players

The Pierce Players, the drama students at Pierce Middle School, will be performing When in Rome, which if it is anything like past productions, will be sensational. Performances are 1/17 and 1/18 @ 7:00PM. General admission is $9 adult and $7 children. Tickets are available at the door or by calling 617-696-4570.


Track squads swept by Milton

from Wicked Local Dedham

Both Marauder squads remained winless after losses to Milton last Thursday, with the boys falling 70-25 and the girls 66-29. (Read the full story here.)

Milton schools finalizing solar-power deal

from The Patriot Ledger

A Speen Street property may eventually hold solar panels as part of an agreement between Milton’s school system and a company named Wildcat Solar LLC. Read the full story here.)

South Shore housing officials reject governor’s plan

from Wicked Local Milton

South Shore officials say a plan to eliminate all local housing authorities in Massachusetts is an overreaction to problems in other parts of the state and would make things worse for tenants of public housing . . . “I think keeping it closer to home better serves the residents . . .,” said Joseph Duffy, chairman of the Milton Housing Authority’s board of commissioners. (Read the full story here.)