The head of the Milton Educators Association confirmed Nov. 25 that the MEA and the district have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract. “We did reach a tentative agreement last night (Monday),” said Margaret Gibbons, president of the MEA. She declined to give further details on the proposed pact. Teachers had reportedly scheduled […]
David Howse, executive director of the Boston Children’s Chorus, was honored during a White House ceremony Nov. 22. as First Lady Michelle Obama presented him with an award for the program he directs. He is executive director of the BCC which was recognized as an innovative arts education organization that unites children across racial and […]
As an addendum to an article published in the 11/21/13 edition of the Milton Times about the combined Thanksgiving and Hanukkah holidays (the second night of Hanukkah falls on Thanksgiving this year), here is an additional recipe for making homemade latkes (with sweet potatoes), a rustic applesauce and homemade crème fraiche. Enjoy! […]
Teacher frustration over the lack of a contract were a prelude to the next round of negotiations between the Milton Educators Association and school administrators. The MEA and members of the School Committee Negotiation Subcommittee are scheduled to meet Thursday, Nov. 14, a little more than a week after teachers made clear their disappointment […]
The town’s many fraternal organizations have long been a vital part of the community. Membership in the Knights of Columbus, the Elks Club, the Masons and the local American Legion was not only common, it was expected in the era following World War II. The camaraderie found in these organizations provided entertainment and a familiar […]
By a nearly unanimous vote, Town Meeting members agreed on Oct. 29 to give Selectmen control over the town-owned portion of the Hendries building. Approval of the Warrant Committee’s recommendation on Article 12, which gives Selectmen care, custody, management and control of the property at 0 Central Avenue, required a two-thirds vote from meeting members, […]
Blue Hills Bank is planning to open at 480 Adams St., East Milton, sometime in 2014. To read this article, find the Oct. 24 print issue or get a $1 one-time access to this issue of the Milton Times or subscribe to the e-edition.
All homes in Milton were mailed the 2013 version of the Milton Times Phone Book with the Oct. 17 issue of the paper. There are some extra copies in the office at 3 Boulevard St. They are available free until they run out. We believe this may be the last phone book published by the […]