Milton Man Chases Coyote To Save Small DogA Milton man chased down a coyote to help save his family’s dog from a potentially deadly attack.
Coyote Attacks Small Dog In MiltonMilton police are asking residents to keep their dogs leashed after a small dog was attacked by a coyote early Saturday morning.
Wide Variety Of Items Bought During Estate Sale At Deval Patrick's Milton HomeResidents bought expensive furniture, practical items and personal belongings of Deval Patrick during an estate sale at the former Massachusetts governor’s Milton home.
Milton Elementary School Makes Way For DucklingsFor years, ducklings have been hatching at the Glover Elementary School.
Off-Duty Boston Police Officer Who Struck, Killed Milton Student Won't Be ChargedAn off-duty Boston police officer won't be charged after he struck and killed an 18-year-old student while driving in Milton in early March.
Off-Duty Boston Police Officer Struck, Killed Milton StudentMassachusetts State Police identified the girl as Katelisa Etienne, a senior at Milton High who was on track to graduate this June.
18-Year-Old Woman Struck, Killed By SUV In MiltonPolice say an 18-year-old woman has died after being hit by an SUV in Milton.
Clinton, Sanders To Visit Massachusetts Ahead Of PrimaryBoth Democratic presidential candidates will be making stops in Massachusetts ahead of the state's presidential primary.
Milton Facility Offers Outdoor Activities For Students On February BreakNew England Base Camp in Milton is a popular location for children to enjoy the best of the outdoors and inside activities.
'No Major Issues' Found In Highway Inspections After Manhole Cover DeathMassachusetts State Police say their investigation into the death of a driver who was killed by a flying manhole cover on Interstate 93 in Boston is ongoing.
Milton Teacher Killed By Flying Manhole CoverThe woman killed by a flying manhole cover on Interstate 93 on Friday morning has been identified as a Milton art teacher.
Two I-93 Protesters Plead Guilty To Obstructing Emergency VehicleTwo people charged with blocking a busy Boston-area highway during the morning commute last year, causing miles-long backups that prevented ambulances from reaching hospitals, have pleaded guilty but avoided jail time.