Thursday, August 9, 2012
The Milton Police Department held its annual “National Night Out” open house on Wednesday evening.
Families from across Milton visited the Milton Police Station on Wednesday, August 8, for the local National Night Out event. The open house featured kid-friendly activities and police equipment from around area departments. National Night Out is a crime prevention initiative that was started 29 years ago by the National Association of Town Watch. This is the fifth consecutive year the Milton Police Department has held the National Night Out. Previously, the department hosted the open house from 1997 to the early 2000s. Classic and current Milton Police vehicles like a 1970s cruiser, a MPD horse-drawn sleigh and modern day cars were on display Wednesday. Other municipalities and police departments also brought vehicles and equipment. The …
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
The annual National Night Out community celebration and open house is set for August 8.
The Milton Police Department will open their doors to the public later this summer for the annual National Night Out event at the 40 Highland Street station. The free public event is scheduled for Wednesday, August 8 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. The open house and community celebration will feature a Police Vehicle Display, Milton Police Canine Demonstration, Bouncy Houses, Balloon Artists, Air Brush Tattoos, Giant Slide, Merry Go Round, Cookout, Ice Cream and more.
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Over 1,500 members of the Milton community attended the event at the Milton Police Department.
For the fourth consecutive year the Milton community and it's police department came together for an evening of free family fun on Wednesday, August 3. The National Night Out drew over 1,500 to the Milton Police Headquarters for demonstrations, vehicle tour and plenty of kids activities.
The National Night Out at the Milton Police Department featured a K9 Demonstration, which included a cameo from Milton Patch Editor Adam Roberts.
During the National Night Out event at the Milton Police Station on Wednesday, August 3, officers from Milton, Bellingham and the Norfolk County Sheriff's Office provided a K9 Unit demonstration. After volunteering to suit up and take a bite from two dogs last year, I was elated to get the chance again at Wednesday's event. Armed with the knowledge I would be safe in the large bite suit, I decided to add another element to my second round against the police canines, a helmet cam. Though I have participated in a pair of demonstrations, Milton Canine Officer Larry Lundrigan assured me I was not an expert until I took a live bite, sans suit. This is not a challenge I am – or will ever – be up for. The video features Norfolk County Sheriff …
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Today you should know about events sponsored by the Milton Police Department, Fuller Village and Sustainable Milton.
Today is Wednesday, August 3. Here are five things you need to know. 1. Sunny day, cloudy night: Today's high will be around 78, according to the National Weather Service. While the day will be mostly sunny, clouds will roll in overnight. The nighttime low will be 63. 2. National Night Out: The Milton Police Department will open its doors to the community tonight from 5 to 9 p.m. for the National Night Out. The open house event will feature free food, rides, games and police demonstrations. 3. Senior legal appointments: The Milton Council on Aging will offer free legal advise from Attorney Dagmar Pollex today from 1 to 3 p.m. For more information call 617-898-4893. 4. Concert on the Green: Fuller Village, 1372 Brush Hill Rd., will host …
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
The Milton Police Department's annual community event, the National Night Out, is scheduled for Wednesday, August 3.
Throughout the year there are hallmark community events in Milton. Celebrate Milton highlights the fall and the summer begins with the Memorial Day observance. For the past four consecutive years, and six years at the end of the 1990s, the National Night Out at the Milton Police Department has been an August staple. The National Night Out event will be held at the Milton Police Headquarters, 40 Highland St., from 5 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, August 3. The free, family-friendly festivities include food, rides and kids’ activities. There will also be police equipment, headquarters’ tours and a K9 demonstration. Last year’s event was very well attended and this year’s National Night Out promises to be another successful evening.