For the birds

Photog finds solace in feathered friends In September 2015, Sharon Radtke was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease. She describes it as “grueling” and said the medication for treatment affected her muscles, requiring her to walk with a cane. “I …  Read more

Safari scenes

Milton artist depicts endangered species Just down the road from Milton Veterinary Hospital, no fewer than four lion statuettes greet visitors to Claudette Eaton’s home. Rendered in stone, the miniature beasts flank the drive and gaze out ceaselessly from the garden. …  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

Signs spruce up town complex

The town of Milton continued its municipal complex beautification project on Friday with the installation of four new wayfinding signs. The signs – demarcating the fire, rescue and police stations, Bombardier Park East and the municipal complex entrance across from …  Read more

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