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On Dec. 1, the Milton Fire-Rescue Department is introducing Milton Fire CARES (Community Advocates for Referral and Education Services), an outreach and assistance program that strives to bridge the gap between emergency care and everyday health care needs. The program's focus is better care, resulting in better health.
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FORT STEWART, Ga. - "There's no shame in my game." That was the message from Herschel Walker, University of Georgia legend and Heisman Trophy winner, to Soldiers of the Warrior Transition Battalion, May 13. The Wrightsville, Ga. native is regarded as one of the top college running backs of all time.
Nearly all Milton parks and facilities will reopen Saturday, after being closed by the public health crisis. Birmingham Park will be getting an extensive cleanup starting Monday. Park water fountains will be turned off and Mayor Joe Lockwood is urging visitors to use safety protocols, a statement said.
A man is in custody after a SWAT situation in Milton lasted more than three hours, authorities said. Nikolas Alexander Cole, 23, faces aggravated assault and criminal damage to property charges after allegedly firing several gunshots at another man outside his home near Freemanville Road on Thursday, Milton city spokeswoman Jennifer Hartwig said.
Part of a series highlighting Milton's new Public Safety Complex. In this video, Officer Chad West gives the viewer a peek into the new “MPD Crib.”
By night, Kelsea Graham is a Milton police officer, patrolling the streets to keep the community safe. By day, she is an award-winning barreling racer, competing on her off days with her horse, Hunter.
Fireworks are traditional celebration for many holidays, including the 4th of July and the New Year. But for horses and their owners, these loud celebrations can be the cause of much stress. Nan Buckner, a member of Milton’s Equestrian Committee, talks about her process as a horse owner before and during fireworks, and the steps she takes to protect her horses.
Lionheart WORKS is a vocational program that places young adults with autism and other neurodevelopmental differences in jobs in around around Milton - like ...
The Milton Farmer's Market began June 2, and will be held every weekly through November 3, 2021. Every Wednesday from 3-6 p.m. at Broadwell Pavilion, local v...
Last week, two doctors with the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) Fellowship in Disaster Medicine spent a few days - and nights - with the Milton ...
The Milton Fire-Rescue Department recently upgraded their fire stations and Alpharetta-Milton dispatch with the PURVIS Fire Station Alerting System, which helps save valuable time on response, and is safer for firefighters by reducing stress
Jen Hartwig of Hunter Army Airfield Public Affairs reports on a search-and-rescue team with the Royal Canadian Air Force taking advantage of the mild Georgia weather to do winter water training out of Hunter Army Airfield; The 3rd Infantry Division's Sgt. Audie Murphy Club collected "gently worn" uniforms for those in need.
The 1/75 Rangers honored two of their fallen brothers, killed during their most recent deployment to Afghanistan, in a memorial ceremony.
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