Fifty percent of Medford’s 33,605 registered voters turned out in the rain yesterday to cast their ballots in the presidential primary election. Here’s a look at some of the numbers from Super Tuesday: Voters: Registered voters in Medford- 33,605 Registered Democrats- 15,812 Registered Republicans- 2,539 Unenrolled voters- 15,074 Other parties (Green, Green-Rainbow, Libertarian, Working Families, [...]
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- Allison Goldsberry Story Updated 3:23PM Wednesday, February 6, 2008 An elderly woman was struck and killed by a commuter rail train late this morning in West Medford Square. The accident happened at 11:15AM when Lillian Silva, 83, of Methuen, was struck while trying to cross the tracks at the north end of the platform. [...]
The following obituary was published on the Dello Russo Funeral Service website for former Medford mayor Marilyn Porreca. Marilyn Ann Catino Porreca February 04, 2008 Adored wife and best friend of the late Gino F. Porreca. Daughter of the late Catherine (McGlynn) and the late State Representative Michael Catino. Mother of Nanci M. of Marshfield, [...]
A Green Line Train at Cleveland Circle. Photo by Alexander Svirsky. A meeting will be held at the South Medford Fire Station Community Room, located at 0 Medford Street, to discuss potential station locations for the Green Line in the Mystic Valley Parkway and Route 16 area. The meeting is open to the public and [...]
- Allison Goldsberry Twenty-two year-old Arlington School Committee member Sean Garballey beat the competition in a three-way race in Tuesday’s Democratic Primary for state representative. According to results compiled by Arlington-Mass.com, Garballey earned 5,741 votes, 420 more than Jeff Thielman’s 5,321 and 4,041 more than Andrew O’Brien’s 1,280. Garballey beat School Committee colleague Thielman despite [...]
At left, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a recent campaign event in New Hampshire. Photo by Alexander Svirsky. – Allison Goldsberry Story Updated 3:17PM, Wednesday, February 6, 2008 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton handily won her party’s primary in Medford as well as the state in yesterday’s Super Tuesday election. The New York Senator [...]