Bucking the trend

North Country Saloon may have opened on Friday the 13th, but owner Scott Levy is looking to break a curse. On the corner of Route 7 and Middle Road, Milton’s newest eatery is housed in a building that carries a …  Read more

Indy wins 7 awards

Milton and Georgia’s hometown paper again earned regional reporting and advertising awards this year. The Milton Independent brought home seven awards, the most in editor Courtney Lamdin’s tenure, from the New England Newspaper and Press Association annual banquet in Boston …  Read more

Candidate Q&A: Clerk and treasurer

Each year, the Milton Independent poses questions to candidates running for office to better inform voters. This year, two candidates emerged for the open town clerk and town treasurer positions, vacated by retiring town clerk/treasurer John Cushing. Editor’s note: Biographical …  Read more

Ramona Pratt

MILTON – Ramona June Pratt, 76, of Sheldon Road, passed away peacefully at her home on Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015. Ramona was born June 5, 1938 in Waterbury, the daughter of the late Ambrose and Blanche Boise McManis. She graduated …  Read more

Book Notes

T. S. Elliot might have thought April was the cruelest month, but he clearly hadn’t seen Vermont in February. With all the sub-zero temperatures, even the hardiest Vermonters are looking enviously at those jetting south this February. In honor of …  Read more

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