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The Doner family just moved into a new Habitat for Humanity-built home on Milton's Railroad Street. (Photo by Michaela Halnon)

This new house

The sound of hammers, power saws and drills has floated through the windows of 112 Railroad St. for months as a team assembled a brand new ranch-style home from the ground up. But on Sunday, the sounds had changed. “Let …  Read more

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This month I’m spurning the tall tales of fiction authors and focusing solely on nonfiction books, filled with real-life stories you’d be hard pressed to make up. From sociopaths to farmers to doctors, the below titles will keep you turning …  Read more


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Back to back

The Yellowjackets and visiting Vergennes played to a scoreless deadlock through the first half of Milton’s homecoming boys soccer game Sept. 22, but that was the only part of the matchup of 3-2 Division II teams that was even. Milton …  Read more


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Hannah Millette
Grade 12
Age 17

Hannah Millette

Q: How do you serve the community? A: I serve the community by volunteering at the Humane Society of Chittenden County for two hours every Friday. I chose this as a service learning project because I love dogs and find …  Read more

Nathaniel Sheehan
Grade 12
Age 18

Nathaniel Sheehan

Q:  How do you serve the community? A: I’m a cadet on Milton Rescue, and I’m a Boy Scout. Q: Why are these important projects, and what will result from your efforts? A: For rescue, it’s important because I really …  Read more


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