Muddy waters

On a Monday visit to Georgia Beach, the sun shimmered upon Lake Champlain. A boat eased off the dock, and waves lapped softly on the shore. You might never know there were toxins in these waters as recently as last …  Read more

FairPoint union holds picket

Editor’s note: Since this story went to press on Tuesday, Aug. 26, FairPoint has decided to implement its last proposed contract “because it sees no likelihood of agreement given the union’s bargaining position,” it announced on Thursday. Today, the unions …  Read more

Star search

Are you a good judge of character? Well connected? Have a little free time? You might be the perfect candidate for Milton’s newest committee, tasked with finding community champions for a new awards ceremony. The town seeks three individuals to …  Read more

District looks forward, not back, on hazing

The Milton School District will not conduct an internal investigation into allegations of sexual assault and hazing among former varsity football players, officials decided Monday night. This includes whether administrators properly reported suspect behavior, Superintendent John Barone said, noting unless …  Read more

District 180s on field

After three meetings of tough questioning by taxpayers, the district now plans to accommodate all fall sports on the high school campus, Superintendent John Barone told the school board on Monday. “We’ve got to put this to a rest, because …  Read more

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