1. Milton steps up program to plant, protect trees

    Look for more trees in Milton as the city continues to step up its program, planting, pruning and bringing more green to town.

  2. Mayor sees bright future for Milton as plans become reality

    Mayor Thompson discusses his enthusiasm about the city’s efforts to build a tourism district downtown and an upcoming study involving revitalization of Milton and Bagdad.

  3. New study will offer a master plan for riverfront from Milton to Bagdad; public comment welcomed

    A series of upcoming meetings will provide the public an opportunity to weigh in on a master plan design to develop the area along the Blackwater River.

  4. Tips for choosing, trimming trees

    Springtime is a great time to plant a tree! We’ve compiled a list of tips on tree care excerpted from a study on managing urban forests prepared for the City of Milton.

  5. Time Capsule at your Library

    What item reflects what is unique and important to Santa Rosa County? Santa Rosa County in conjunction with the Florida Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services has launched the Santa Rosa County…

  6. NAS Whiting Sailor Selected as Top Military Firefighter in Southeast Region

    A Naval Air Station Whiting Field Crash Division team member was selected by Commander Navy Region Southeast to represent the 15-base region in the Navy’s Military Firefighter of the Year competition. The nomination recognized Aviation…

  7. Milton becomes more attractive to new businesses and jobs

    Businesses can find plenty of incentives to move into the City of Milton, which offers significant breaks on taxes and fees for companies that add jobs and improve property.

  8. Pensacola State turns back hands to Milton’s history

    When Milton was first incorporated back in 1844, its roots started with the lumber industry and the main artery of transportation – the Blackwater River. Those who worked in the lumber industry came up with…

  9. A twisted ‘love story’ in the cemetery

    Numerous business leaders, educators, police officers and other community heroes are buried at Milton Benevolent Cemetery. They spent their lives improving Milton. But one gravestone holds a much darker story. Martha Seabrook Beck was born…

  10. Cemetery is a vital part of the community

    It was 8:30 on a chilly Saturday morning, when many teenagers were home in bed. But more than 60 volunteers were busy raking, mowing and trimming Milton Benevolent Cemetery. The volunteers, mostly from Milton High…