1. Winter advisory notices indicate freezing and rain

     UPDATE:  The city of Milton will be closed tomorrow due to winter storm. Milton will see a hard freeze tonight and a small chance for winter precipitation, meaning sleet and snow flurries are possible. The…

  2. NAS Whiting Field named Best Small Base in the Navy

    On December 18, Commander Naval Installations Command named Naval Air Station Whiting Field as the recipient of the Installation Excellence Award. This is the third win over the last four years for NAS Whiting Field. …

  3. Road resurfacing to continue; Outer Dr. and Sellers Dr. next on list

    City street resurfacing continues with council in discussion of the next three groupings for approval. City Manager Brian Watkins said the three groups 3-5 include Outer Drive, Sellers Drive to begin; group 4 includes Berryhill…

  4. December’s Senior Spotlight is volunteer Ray Rognstad

    There are some people who seem to have experienced the entire world throughout their lifetime. Ray Rognstad is one of those people. The time seemed to roll by while listening to his story, and the…

  5. Councilwoman Heather Hathaway settles into her seat

    Heather Hathaway was appointed to the Ward 1 seat in the Milton City Council last month and said she’s doing her best to settle into her role. “I come from a family who serves. When…

  6. Stop signs to be installed on Berryhill Road December 21

    The new stop signs will be installed on Berryhill Road between Dogwood Drive and Stewart Street on December 21st, said City Manager Brian Watkins. The stop signs are an attempt to keep drivers from speeding…

  7. Bahlau to turn command of NAS Whiting Field over to Bowdich

    Naval Air Station Whiting Field will observe a time-honored Navy tradition Monday, Dec. 18 at the Clyde E. Lassen Auditorium at 2 p.m. when command of the air station will pass from one officer to…

  8. MPD: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

    Milton, FL This holiday season, The Milton Police Department will work around the clock to keep vehicle drivers and passengers safe as they search for drunk drivers. From December 13-31, 2017, law enforcement is partnering…

  9. Safety first during holiday shopping

    Every holiday season, families and friends spend time together celebrating Christmas. But like every year, there are some who seek to ruin that joy for others. Milton Chief of Police Tony Tindell wants to remind…

  10. A behind the scenes look at security during the Milton Christmas Parade

    Milton Police Chief Tony Tindell recently spoke about security during the Milton Christmas Parade. How secure are participants? What’s the procedure for officers? Chief Tindell patiently described Milton Police Department’s procedure for the two major…