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Milltown FC notches first ever franchise victory

A capacity crowd at Bishop Reding Field in Milton, Ontario witnessed history Friday evening as Milltown FC, one of four new members of the Canadian Soccer League for 2010, registered the first goal and first victory in the club’s short history.

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Apple iPad

Is the iPad worth the iWait?

Between its much-hyped January unveiling to record U.S. sales announced last month (a million units in just 28 days), one question is on many a Canadian gadget lover’s

Chicago Blackhawks

2010 Stanley Cup Finals Preview

A Tale of Two Captains It's sunny and 30 degrees outside as Summer has almost officially arrived here in Milton and the GTA. And yet, NHL hockey is still being

Deer hit on Thompson Rd.

MiltonSearch.com would like to extend thanks to one of our readers for alerting us to this minor Milton news story -- but an interesting one nonetheless. Between 6 –

5 Reasons to Move in the Summer

Home buying and selling activity is typically hottest during the summer months. Here are five top reasons you should take advantage of the season and make the move

Apple passes Microsoft in Market Cap

Back in March, Microsoft was over $50 billion ahead of Apple in market cap. That gap was still huge, but it was the closest the two had been

How to green clean the mold in your shower

From Re-nest.com: What you Need: Materials Any green cleaner, our recommendations would be one of the following: water & vinegar, Bon Ami, baking soda & water, hydrogen peroxide, tea tree

The grout chore, part two

From Re-nest.com: At this point, you've used our Part I post to assess the state of your grout. Today's post is for those of you with grout in basically good

Green cleaning: the grout chore, part one

From Re-nest.com: Grout is what turns tile into a relatively waterproof surface for the walls of your bathroom or shower. Note that we said "relatively": most grout is actually designed

Poll: Who will win the Stanley Cup?

LOST: It only ends once

 Email This Post Print This Post A bloodied Jack Shephard from this Sunday's series finale 'The End' (from ABC). Well, it’s here. For those who have given six years of their TV-watching

Loved and LOST

The National Post posted a fantastic interactive ‘Lost’ graphic in their Arts section today. It’s a six-part image containing fun illustrations of all of ‘Lost’s’ characters based on the

Pac-Man 30th anniversary marked by Google Doodle

From the Daily Telegraph: Google's first ever interactive doodle allows people to play Pac-Man on the search engine's home page, to mark the game's 30th birthday Google has transformed the

LOST: ‘The End’ Sneak Peeks

After six entertaining and sometimes confusing years, the epic network serial ‘Lost’ concludes this weekend with the airing of the series finale, ‘The End.’ Going into the episode, we

NHL Playoffs: Conference Finals predictions

From the Milton Sports Guy: Top seeds in West, bottom feeders in the East left standing (1) San Jose vs. (2) Chicago Out west, things have progressed as we suspected --

Silicon Halton Meetup at Ned Devine's May 18

From Silicon Halton: The Next Silicon Halton event (Meetup #7) is Tuesday May 18, 7pm, at Ned Devine’s, located at the old southerly-most end of Milton, about a 10

Step 2 toy buggies recalled for faulty pins

From ParentCentral.ca: About 2.5 million toy buggies have been recalled by Health Canada and the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission because of reports the handle can become detached. The

Top 10 Ontario wines so far this year

From the Toronto Star: Wine critic Gord Stimmell's sampler of the best Ontario wines encountered in 2010 so far. Simply the top 10, no matter what the pricetag, and

A new kind of housing for the Baby Boomers

It’s set amidst breathtaking scenery, close to countless lakes, home to a championship 18-hole golf course – and even has a ski hill in the middle of town.

Bringing healthcare right to your door in Milton

A knock on the door can be a cause of concern for many elderly people living alone. But in Milton, it can be the welcome signal that Julie

Milton GO Line most reliable in GTA

From the Toronto Star: The mild winter helped make the GO trains run on time. From January to the end of March, the trains were on schedule 94.5 per cent

Some fresh ideas for welcoming new neighbours

“If strangers move into a neighbourhood, it is not only unfriendly but uncivil for their neighbours not to call on them.” — Emily Post, Etiquette: The Blue Book

Study shows that lack of sleep leads to early death

From Healthzone.ca: People who get less than six hours of sleep a night are at risk for premature death, according to a wide-ranging new U.K. study. Before you chuck the

Children's Tylenol, Motrin recalled

From the Associated Press: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Saturday it was investigating a health-care company for possible other problems following its recall of more than 40

Emerald Ash Borer Beetle update: Niagara trees under quarantine

From the Ridgeway Herald: Stashing a few pieces of wood in your trunk for a camping trip outside the Region could net you a fine as a quarantine has

Halton 2010-2011 school year calendar approved

At the April 21, 2010 Board Meeting, trustees of the Halton District School Board approved the School Year Calendar for 2010-2011. These dates have been provided to schools

Poll: Where do Milton residents work?

The issues facing Milton commuters have been well-documented. As a follow-up to the article "You can't build your way out of traffic congestion", we'd like to ask Milton

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