1. Master-at-Arms First Class Joseph Pellicano recognized at Milton City Council

    Master-at-Arms First Class Joseph Pellicano received a standing ovation for his bravery during a serious car accident on January 16, 2017 while en route to work at Naval Air Station Whiting Field. Pellicano saw a traffic accident, stopped…

  2. Students complete bike rack project for city

    Four custom bike racks will soon be placed in downtown Milton and city hall, said Public Works Director George Rials. The Milton City Council discussed the need for bike racks in early 2016 and Councilwoman…

  3. Councilmembers celebrate Arbor Day; plan to dedicate tree to late Councilman Hinote

    Mayor Wesley Meiss proclaimed Friday, April 28 as Arbor Day, stating this year is the 23rd year the city has taken part in Arbor Day festivities. Each year the council has a new tree planted.…

  4. FDOT Public Hearing Notice regarding U.S. 90 safety improvements

    Florida Department of Transportation will hold a public hearing concerning proposed safety and operational improvements along Highway 90 (State Road 10) corridor at Dean Drive to San Street, Bostic Lane, Gaililee Baptist Church, Lewis Funeral…

  5. Recycling containers must be used for recycling only, not household waste

    Recently, public works department received information regarding construction materials and household garbage being placed inside city recycling cans. While a mistakes can happen on a smaller scale, continuous misuse can cause issues at the landfill. Public…

  6. Observing water conservation teaches the next generation to adapt water-saving methods

    Spring-time is here. Along with warmer temperatures comes many activities which can cause an increase of water usage. While conserving water can save money, it’s also best for the environment. Water conservation can be easily adaptable when everyone in the family is…

  7. Local agencies gather in support of sexual assault awareness at city fountain

    On Friday, March 31 a proclamation was read declaring April as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month in the City of Milton. The city fountain on Caroline Street bubbles with teal colored water. Representatives from…

  8. Milton in May will have something for everyone

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    A new festival is coming to downtown Milton. Milton in May will be held on May 19th and 20th on South Willing Street. This festival salutes the citizens of Milton by featuring a car show, WaterFest,…

  9. Bands on the Blackwater to kick off April 14

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      The City of Milton Parks and Recreation Department released the Spring 2017 schedule for Bands on the Blackwater all-star lineup! This year’s spring schedule will feature 12 awesome concerts for the ever growing concert series.…

  10. Spots still open for Scratch Ankle on April 14

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    Booth space is still available for the annual Scratch Ankle Festival to be held Friday, April 14, 2017. Known by locals as Milton’s founder’s day celebration, Scratch Ankle, which was first held in 1971 on N.…