Above is the "full hourglass" redesign of the Route 7/Railroad Street/Middle Road intersection, which is preferred by the Milton Selecctboard. (Maps courtesy of RSG; labels by Courtney Lamdin)

Dysfunction junction

Nearly two years after Milton’s Selectboard chose a preferred redesign for one the state’s most dangerous intersections, the state has decided not to fund it. Vermont Agency of Transportation project manager Patti Coburn delivered the news about the Railroad Street/Middle …  Read more

Georgia Food Shelf manager Jolly Bates poses for a photograph at the food shelf.  (Photo by Abby Ledoux)

Summer of giving

A Georgia resident’s online fundraising campaign has raised over $3,000 for the Georgia Food Shelf since June. In one month, 33 people pledged a total of $2,070 in online donations to Stephanie Munson’s fundraiser. Food shelf organizer Jolly Bates estimated …  Read more

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Yard sales to boost club

By shopping at select Milton yard sales this weekend, bargain hunters will be supporting local students. The Middle School Boosters Club is hosting the first-ever Milton Community Yard Sale on Saturday, July 19. Participating sellers from all around town pay …  Read more

Michael McCarthy is pictured in his  new office. (Photo by Abby Ledoux)

A new sheriff in town

The town of Georgia has found a new town administrator in Michael McCarthy, a former police chief and Georgia resident for 36 years. McCarthy assumed his position on June 16, just six days after former administrator Deb Woodward’s last day …  Read more

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