The Girls Volleyball team beat Arlington 3 games to 2 at Tufts University on Wednesday, writing themselves a ticket into the state tournament. Check out highlights from JD Sports Video:
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Saturday, October 27, 2007: Cheer on the Mustang Football team as they face Newton South High School at 11AM in Newton. The Mustangs have a 1-6 record heading into tomorrow’s game. The Boys’ and Girls’ Cross-country teams will compete in the Greater Boston League meet at Fresh Pond. Grapevine Travelers hosts a Cabernet wine-tasting at [...]
The Medford Chamber of Commerce is organizing a Trick or Treat Day for Medford children at local businesses in Medford Square, West Medford, and Salem Street from 3PM-4:30PM Friday, October 26. The event is open to children twelve and under. Children must be in costume and accompanied by an adult before loading up on goodies.
This is the first in a series of occasional recipes from Medford’s Frankie Imbergamo, a cookbook author whose “gravy and meatballs” recipe won a national contest and was featured on chef Emeril Lagasse’s TV show. Pork chops Marsala over mashed potatoes with broccoli rabe. Photo courtesy Frankie Imbergamo. Pork Chops Marsala over Mashed Potatoes with [...]
Going Green Can Save Some Green The Medford Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring Walk/Ride Days as part of a Green Streets Initiative to encourage Medfordites to walk, pedal, or take public transportation. The Walk/Ride Days are on the last Thursday and Friday of each month. Several Medford businesses are offering discounts and raffle prizes for [...]
Teen’s Medford “Townie Tune” Bests 80 Others in WROR Contest Medford’s Michael Maloney, center with WROR’s Loren Owens, Wally Brine, and Hank Morse, also a Medford resident. Photo courtesy WROR. – Allison Goldsberry Medford High School student Michael Maloney beat out eighty other entries in WROR’s Write Your Own Townie Tune contest with his “The [...]
Medford High School recently opened up its gym last week after months of renovations. Students now enjoy improved flooring ideal for gym class, sports practice, and competition. New bleachers are also just in time for the school’s annual Thanksgiving game pep rally and the upcoming basketball and indoor track seasons. – Allison Goldsberry
Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area to Include Medford, Neighboring Communities Medford is one of the local historic communities that will be featured in the new national heritage area. – Allison Goldsberry Congressman Ed Markey (D-Malden) announced today that the House of Representatives has passed a bill to create the “Freedom’s Way” National Heritage Area in [...]
This renovated West Street 2-family was recently available in an affordable housing lottery in Medford. Photo courtesy Erica Schwarz, Affordable Housing Specialist. The newly-formed non-profit Medford Community Housing is holding its Annual Meeting on Wednesday, October 24 from 6PM-7:30PM at the South Medford Fire Station, Zero Medford Street. Contact Kelly Catallo at 781-844-5457 or firstname.lastname@example.org [...]
Voting Ends Today at 5PM in WROR’s Townie Tune Contest – Allison Goldsberry Medford High School senior Michael Maloney has bested the competition with his “The Long and Winding Road to Medford,” making it into the top ten for WROR’s Best Townie Tune Contest. The winner will be determined by a vote, which is taking [...]