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Lamoille floods Route 7

Flood season has begun. In Milton on Wednesday morning, cars splashed through nearly a foot of overflowing water from the Lamoille River, which jumped its banks and flooded the park on River Street. Green Mountain Power spokeswoman Dottie Schnure said …  Read more

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McRae decision delayed

After more than 90 minutes of discussion, Milton’s Development Review Board voted unanimously to postpone ruling on alleged junkyard owner George McRae’s appeal last week. McRae requested a hearing on March 27, hoping the DRB would overturn former Zoning Administrator …  Read more

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Tap into profit

Every morning, Donnie Richards wakes up on his farm, gazes out at his 106-acre sugarbush and wonders – how can I challenge Mother Nature today? “I keep learning to outsmart those trees. Sometimes they get me,” the 62-year-old Milton man …  Read more

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Sugar-on-Snowdays

There’s nothing like the Internet to bring out the worst in people. But Miltonians learned last week, it can also bring out the best. Last Wednesday, the beginning of Snow Storm Vulcan, was a drag for some parents. Milton schools …  Read more

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Working on the railroad

Traffic on a busy Milton road was detoured last Thursday while workers from the New England Central Railroad replaced a section of rail. A seven-man crew worked through below-freezing temperatures at the Main Street crossing on March 6, digging up …  Read more

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Voters nix MTSD budget

Disappointed doesn’t wholly describe the look on Milton Superintendent John Barone’s face when the defeating Town Meeting totals were read aloud Tuesday night. The $26.2 million Milton school budget, a 6.69 percent increase from fiscal year 2014, failed, 772 to …  Read more

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