1. Use caution in areas prone to flash flooding within the city

    With hurricane season amongst us and the month of June bringing plenty of rain to Milton and surrounding areas, it is important to stay prepared should flash flooding become a problem. Reports from Northwest Florida…

  2. Safekeeping from heat stroke/exhaustion imperative in summer for seniors

    Special to MiltonLocal.com It’s that time of year again in the beloved Sunshine State – the sun is setting later, the temperatures are rising, and the humidity is becoming almost stifling. While many residents and…

  3. Speed limit on Berryhill Road to be strictly enforced

    The residential area of Berryhill Road between Dogwood and Stewart Street in Milton is a concern for Milton Police Chief Tony Tindell. He said the city is using proactive measures to contain the speed of drivers using the…

  4. Online Bill Pay and electronic billing available at city website

    Milton City Clerk Dewitt Nobles wants Milton residents to be aware of online bill pay and electronic billing options on the city’s website http://miltonfl.org/. “It’s easily accessible and convenient,” said Nobles, “but more residents need…

  5. Cool tips for helping seniors beat the heat

    Special to MiltonLocal.com Summer is almost here and temperatures are beginning to rise. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more people die from heat waves each year than from hurricanes, lightning, tornadoes,…

  6. Blue Wahoos to bring baseball camp to military kids

    For the third year in a row, the Pensacola Blue Wahoos will showcase their support for area service members with a baseball camp for military families, Saturday, May 20 at Naval Air Station Whiting Field.…

  7. Milton Police Department’s 2017 Click it or Ticket Campaign begins May 22

    Milton, Florida May 17, 2017 City of Milton residents, as motorists take to the roads this Memorial Day holiday, The Milton Police Department is urging everyone to buckle up.   Beginning May 22, law enforcement officials…

  8. 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…

  9. 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…

  10. 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.…