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Good morning, Milton!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Ontario social service funding falls short: watchdog

Ontario social service funding falls short: watchdog

The provincial waitlist for supportive housing for developmentally disabled adults has ballooned and the Ontario Autism Program funding can’t meet its target, according to the FAO
Stephenson, Martin headline Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame 2024 induction class

Stephenson, Martin headline Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame 2024 induction class

Key, Godfrey, Birnie, Heisler also called to the Hall
Employee scares off thieves during overnight break-in at Milton store

Employee scares off thieves during overnight break-in at Milton store

One spool of wire stolen
New Milton elementary school name pays tribute to area’s ancient cedars

New Milton elementary school name pays tribute to area’s ancient cedars

Kennedy Circle school to open in September
What's happening in Milton this weekend?

What's happening in Milton this weekend?

Comicon and several 2SLGBTQIA+ friendly events among what's going on locally
ICYMI: A taste of Japan arrives in Milton

ICYMI: A taste of Japan arrives in Milton

Teppanyaki restaurant opens at Kennedy Circle plaza
‘Community is vital’: PRISM and north Halton church hosting Teen Pride event

‘Community is vital’: PRISM and north Halton church hosting Teen Pride event

Organizers say the event is designed to help teens find others like themselves and be part of a community
‘I prayed a lot’: Reflections of a Milton Second World War veteran on the 80th anniversary of D-Day

‘I prayed a lot’: Reflections of a Milton Second World War veteran on the 80th anniversary of D-Day

Now 99, George St. Cyr is Milton’s last remaining soldier at Normandy
Schools lacking EAs more likely to ask special needs students to stay home: report

Schools lacking EAs more likely to ask special needs students to stay home: report

The report from advocacy group People for Education also found schools in high-income neighbourhoods had more regular access to psychologists