Virtually anywhere

Last week, hundreds of Milton High School students traveled to Egypt, Peru and Nigeria – all without leaving their seats. The adventure was made possible with Google Cardboard, a simplistic virtual reality set brought by the tech company’s Expeditions team …  Read more

A night to remember

In a room full of glitter, stars and sequins, more than 200 people danced the night away at the inaugural Prom for Grown-Ups, the first-ever dance party fundraiser hosted by the Milton Independent and Milton Community Youth Coalition on April …  Read more

‘Shear’ joy

Cornerstone Community Church pastor Paul Somerville told his parishioners, “If God gives you an idea, you need to step out and do it.” Pat Gaboriault took that to heart, and more than 85 people are the better for it. Spurred …  Read more

Outside the lines

A table full of coloring pages and Crayola pencils wouldn’t normally look out of place in a room full of Milton Public Library patrons. But on the evening of March 9, there are no children here. For 90 minutes every month, …  Read more

An art ‘assault’

What better way to give back than to give away something for free? In the case of the Milton Artists’ Guild, the nonprofit is in the midst of its inaugural “art assault,” in which its members organized an onslaught of …  Read more

All measures pass in Milton

For the first time in four years, Milton voters approved both the town and school budgets on Town Meeting Day, March 1, official results show. The $28.6 million school budget passed 1,822 to 1,093, and although general fund spending is …  Read more

Candidates contend at forum

Half of the office-seekers in Milton’s Town Meeting elections participated in last week’s candidate forums, talking budgets and how to improve their town and school. This is the fourth year the Milton Independent and Lake Champlain Access Television have teamed …  Read more

Fire(d) Department?

Despite swirling rumors, town officials say no Georgia firefighters have been dismissed. Seven of the crew’s 31 members are, however, facing disciplinary hearings after declining to sign a confidentiality policy, which department and town leadership says constitutes misconduct and insubordination. …  Read more

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