The Milton Craft Committee Inc. would like to thank the community for making last Saturday’s 39th Annual Milton Pre-Christmas Craft Show a huge success. Attendance at the high school was great, with many folks starting their holiday shopping with local … Read more
The Milton Artists’ Guild wishes to thank all friends and lovers of the arts who joined us at our recent 11th Holiday Show and Sale at the Milton Grange. Friday evening proved to be another elegant and truly fun soirée. … Read more
My name is Jeremy Little from Boy Scout Troop 42 in Georgia. Recently I finished my Eagle Scout project. This consisted of putting up the walking path sign with a flowerbed, along with a bench, mile marker, dog bag dispenser … Read more
For nearly 40 years, the Milton Ski & Ride Club has provided skiing and snowboarding opportunities to the youth of Milton through instruction, education and scholarships. We are a not-for-profit organization and keep our fees and costs low through our … Read more
The Milton Yellowjacket Boosters would like to thank the following people and businesses for their support for this year’s homecoming week of events: A huge thank you to the MHS faculty and administration, with a special thank you to Mike … Read more
The Town of Milton Recreation Department would like to thank the 100-plus attendees of the third annual Pumpkins in the Park event that took place on Friday, Oct. 23 at Bombardier Park. A very special thank-you to those who made … Read more
It was with some interest that I read Brian Dubie’s op-ed piece [published 10/8] opposing the proposed wind power project in Swanton. This is quite a switch for Mr. Dubie. When the Georgia wind farm was proposed and built, he … Read more
Leaves are falling, apples are picked and kids are plotting Halloween costumes. There’s no avoiding the fact we’re nearing the end of October, the official time of thrill and chills (although the chills are likely due to us thrifty folks … Read more
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