MPD solves laundromat theft

Milton police said they caught the man responsible for lifting a cash drawer at a local business last week. Officers cited Cody Troville, 25, of Milton with petit larceny on Friday, June 27 after the public helped identify him from …  Read more

McRae settles, plans cleanup

Towing service owner George McRae settled with the Agency of Natural Resources this month, agreeing to clean up his lot and pay a fine for operating an unlicensed junkyard. State officials visited McRae’s yard at 28 Middle Rd. last Thursday …  Read more

Summer food begins

Lana Del Ray’s hit “Summertime Sadness” was blasting in the background, but there was only happiness aplenty at Milton School District’s third annual summer food program kickoff on Friday. The breezy, sunny day drew a considerable crowd to Milton Elementary …  Read more

Waiting for direction

Two hours of testimony didn’t convince the selectboard to accept proposed zoning changes at its meeting last Monday, leaving the planning commission unsure how to proceed. The board voted 3-2 against the proposals, two of which were debated at length …  Read more

Milton awarded $875k housing grant

Milton homeowner Kerry McManamon hosted U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy and other officials at her home on Hillary Lane last Friday, where a new round of almost $4 million in federal grant money was announced. Milton received $875,500, the largest chunk …  Read more

‘It was torture’

An affidavit entered in the case against Lucas Gingras on Wednesday details the circumstances surrounding the bizarre story in which police say Gingras drugged and tried to kill his girlfriend, inciting her to jump off a cliff to escape a …  Read more

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