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Although it still feels like summer, school is back in session along with new binders, clean lockers and the promise that this is the year to stay organized and productive. To mark the occasion, this month I’m reviewing so-called “campus …  Read more

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Letter: MAG gets new leadership

The Milton Artists’ Guild is proud to announce our newly elected 2015/2016 Leadership Committee. Please help us in congratulating the following members for their service and dedication: President: Gisela Alpert, 355-6583 or vtsnowgise@gmail.com Vice-President: Tina Lesperance, 578-1600 or castlegarden_vt@yahoo.com Secretary: …  Read more

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We’re nearly finished July and that can only mean one thing: It’s time to stop procrastinating and start getting serious about summer school assignments. Despite what your kids might tell you, all Milton Middle and High School students are required …  Read more

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