1. New tools to help revive two areas of Milton

    Imagine new homes and businesses blossoming in two neighborhoods now struggling with blight, unoccupied buildings and vacant lots.

  2. Five football hopefuls get signing day blessings

    Every high school football player dreams of getting to sign a letter of intent to play college football on National Signing Day. Wednesday five young men from Santa Rosa County got to be a part…

  3. ‘The Dream’ remains alive

    Milton residents will unite to celebrate the life of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who would have turned 84 this weekend, in Milton, The weekend will start with a prayer breakfast…

  4. Canal Street improvements ready to begin

    After nearly five (5) years since applying for $750,000 in grant funding, the City of Milton is nearing the start of construction of the Canal Street Improvements.

  5. Compressed Natural Gas fueling station open for business

    How would you like to save over $1.30 per gallon to fuel you automobile? Compressed Natural Gas (or CNG) may be your answer.

  6. Milton grows ‘the right way’ and makes great progress

    If you haven’t visited Milton in a while you will be pleasantly surprised by all the quiet progress underway. It’s all part of the City Council’s plan for Milton to “grow the right way,” says Mayor Guy Thompson. “We’re a secret that hasn’t been discovered.”

  7. City of Milton Fire Department Deploys New Fire Engine

    The City of Milton Fire Department proudly held a traditional housing to place their newest fire engine in service.  This new engine, a Custom Rescue Pumper, from Sunbelt Fire Apparatus in Fairhope, Alabama, built by…

  8. The New Look of the Milton Police Department

      The idea of transitioning to a traditional black and white scheme was broached and the idea was received enthusiastically.  Several different graphic styles were presented to the officers and select city officials. The selected…

  9. HT-18 and HT-8 members team-up to take on Wilderness Challenge

    Officers from Helicopter Training Squadron EIGHTEEN and Helicopter Training Squadron EIGHT teamed up to tackle the Fourth Annual Military Wilderness Challenge in Fayetteville, W.Va. earlier this month.

  10. A Plan for Riverfront’s Future

    As the City of Milton’s population increases, the importance of protecting the natural beauty of the area becomes ever more important. It’s practically impossible to ignore the natural beauty encompassing the City of Milton. The…