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The Milton Artists’ Guild Art Center & Gallery hosted a family and DIY crafting party at its Route 7 headquarters last Sunday, Dec. 16. 

It was a cold night, but the 200 Miltonians that gathered for the Milton Independent’s 6th Annual Community Tree Lighting on Saturday made it a bit warmer with their Christmas cheer.

The local council of the Knights of Columbus in Milton, Pope St. John Paul II Council #10417, raised enough money through a recent breakfast, as well as from donations from the Daughters of Isabella and the St Ann’s Parish, to purchase six cases of coats in the annual K of C Coats for Kids c…

If you had to cook Thanksgiving dinner for your family, what would you do? Courtesy of Sue Tougas’ kindergarten class at Georgia Elementary & Middle School 

Tykes took on the latest painting trend earlier this month at the Milton Public Library in an event led by local artist Julie Griffis.  The library provided snacks and (non-alcoholic) drinks while the youngsters channelled their inner Bob Ross. A fun time was had by all.

The season’s first snowflakes have fallen around Chittenden County, and with them come freezing temperatures. That’s why the Milton High School Interact Club is holding its second annual winter gear drive. The club is accepting winter clothing donations to benefit local families through Dece…

“Welcome, ladies and gentlemen. You are about to see a story of murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery and treachery—all those things we hold dear to our hearts,” the narrator called out.

Sex: Neutered maleBreed: Mixed breedAge: ~ 4 years oldReason Here: George was found as a strayArrival Date: 10/10/2018Energy Level: Medium Size/Weight: Medium/ 68 lbs. Cats: His history with cats is unknownChildren: His history with children is unknownGeorge has been lucky enough to find a n…

Bear sightings will likely increase this month as preschoolers follow the adventures of Milton Recreation mascot “Milton Bear” around town. Their escapades will be part of the Milton Community Youth Coalition and Milton Promise Community’s “Are You My Neighbor?” scavenger hunt.

About 100 people took a chance on the weather last Saturday by coming out to the Champlain Valley News Group’s 6th annual Monster Mile and 5K at Milton’s Bombardier Park.

Oliver is extremely helpful and willing to take on any task. Oliver is caring and will check on classmates and friends to make sure they are okay or if they need help. He also has worked diligently in reading and social studies so far this year! He has already flown through three books and i…

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MONTPELIER – Vermonters love to see birds around their home, and putting out bird feeders is a popular way to attract our feathered friends to backyards. Vermont is among the top states in the country for people who report feeding and watching birds near their home.

WATERBURY – The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is reminding hunters of a regulation designed to help keep Vermont deer healthy by banning the use of any deer lure containing deer urine or other deer bodily fluids.

Sex: Neutered male

MONTPELIER – Vermont is renowned for its colorful fall foliage but fall also offers some of the best fishing opportunities of the year according to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. Water temperatures are cooling. More solitude – fewer people will be on the water. Bass and northern…

John Lindsay, a nearly lifelong Milton resident, was named the 2018 Community Champion at this month’s National Night Out event, the fourth Miltonian to be bestowed the honor.

To celebrate 50 years of service, Milton Police Department decided to redesign its uniform patch, replacing the one used since 1985.

You put the lime in the coconut … and put them both in this sweet and creamy, no-bake icebox cake!

Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge on Assateague Island, Va., is home to the wild Chincoteague ponies made famous in Marguerite Henry’s children’s book “Misty of Chincoteague.”

Begin by registering online from the home page of our website for participation in the reading segment of our summer reading program. (Or, you may come into the library, and we will complete the online registration for you.) We have four levels to choose from, and you’ll notice that some age…

Despite the rain, participants in the town of Milton’s health and safety fair and bike rodeo turned out on May 26 to learn safe bike-riding tips, CPR and more – and got some sweet temporary tattoos.