Monday, March 11, 2013
The most-read stories on Milton Patch for the past week, with links to the articles in case you missed any of them.
Most-read on Milton Patch this past week: 1. New Lifetime movie based on Milton Academy Scandal. 2. Milton named as one of the Best Places to Live 2013 by Boston Magazine. 3. Residents start online petition to stop new flight path over Milton. 4. Identity thefts, suspicious parties in cars. 5. When do we change the clocks for Daylight Saving Time?
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Boston Magazine Senior Editor Casey Lyons will discuss legalizing medical marijuana on Tuesday as a guest of the Curry College Society of Professional Journalists.
The Curry College Society of Professional Journalists will host a special presentation on marijuana and the media tonight, October 30, at 7 p.m. Casey Lyons, senior editor for Boston Magazine, will be the keynote speaker on the timely topic as Massachusetts faces a ballot initiative to legalize medical marijuana in the November 6 election. Lyons authored a piece entitled Lost in the Weeds, about Question 3 in the October issue of Boston Magazine. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place in the Curry College Student Center, Large Meeting Room.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
The Chairman and CEO of Suffolk Construction, John Fish, was named the "Most Powerful Bostonian" on Boston Magazine's annual list of 50.
Milton resident John Fish, the Chairman and CEO of Suffolk Construction, was recently named No. 1 on Boston Magazine’s “Most Powerful Bostonians” list. The annual issue was released on Wednesday and was celebrated the night before at McGladrey in Charlestown. According to Suffolk Construction’s website, Fish has built the company into one of the most successful privately-held building contractors in the U.S., with $1.7 billion in annual revenue. In the “Power List” article, Boston Magazine points to Suffolk’s major projects around the city like the cardiovascular center at Brigham and Women’s, the cancer research center at MIT and the convention center. “Power, in the traditional sense of the word, means ‘influence,’ and that is exactly …