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Milton daycare provider wins national award Family defines Milton daycare provider Laura Butler’s work. Her clients span generations; high-schoolers she cared for now volunteer alongside her and the kids at her center call her husband “Papa.” Almost a quarter of a …  Read more

Town offices restaff

When Don Turner was appointed acting town manager this spring, he inherited an operation with numerous vacancies. Five months later, he’s filled two of the town’s most vital positions and enacted the first part of a succession plan to step …  Read more

‘Milton can’

Milton Inclusion and Diversity Initiative breaks ground Milton has a new advocacy group that aims to help marginalized students in the school district. The Milton Diversity and Inclusion Initiative, or MIDI, formed this summer as a tumultuous outpour of racism …  Read more

Holding out for a hero

Community champs honored at National Night Out If a stroll past the Milton town offices soon comes with the sweet, heady scent of lilac, thank Carolyn Salminen. The longtime Milton resident who died of cancer this spring was posthumously honored …  Read more

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Milton lax falls to Harwood

By most measures, including 11 regular-season wins and a No. 1 seed in the Division II playoffs, it has been a successful campaign for the Yellowjacket boys lacrosse team. It took just a seven-minute stretch in the second quarter of …  Read more

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Kenny Flood

With Kenny Flood by your side, life is a whole lot brighter. Kenny Flood is a true friend who chooses to step up every day. Just the other day, a friend fell on the playground. Kenny quickly stopped his play …  Read more

MHS Students Stepping Up

This week, we feature a group of MHS students: Cassidy Button, Erica Branco, Colby Mason, Deven Creamer and Ian Jennings. These five students have played a vital role in our Unified Sports basketball program, which is part of Special Olympics …  Read more

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