Four to Eight Inches of Snow Expected in Medford, Area Four to eight inches of light, fluffy snow are expected to fall in Medford and the area between 8AM and 8PM Wednesday. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the area. Snow is expected to fall the most heavily between 11AM […]
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Green Line station locations, including the end of the line, are expected to be announced in early 2009. At right, a Green Line train at Cleveland Circle. Photo by Alexander Svirsky. What Will be the Big Stories in Medford? Tough Times Forecast for City’s Budget A slumping economy and a warning from the governor that […]
Politics Tops the List of Most-Read Stories Nearly 63,000 people visited InsideMedford.com in 2008. The site experienced its most visitors to date- 6,801- in December. Thank you to everyone who has visited InsideMedford.com, commented on stories, told friends about the site, submitted story ideas, and advertised on the site. Your support is very much appreciated […]
This is the third in a series of several pieces that will look back at the most notable events and people in 2008 in Medford. Today’s focus is people. Click here to see the other features. State Senator Jim Marzilli is pictured at left in court recently with his lawyer, Terrence Kennedy. Photo courtesy Gatehouse […]
This is the second in a series of several pieces that will look back at the most notable events and people in 2008 in Medford. Today’s focus is politics. Click here see the other features. Newly-elected State Representative Sean Garballey (D-Arlington, Medford) is pictured at left with Governor Deval Patrick. Garballey Wins Decisively A 22-year-old […]
This is the second in a series of occasional pieces by Medford Realtor Dan Tucci. Tucci lives in Medford. Click on “Real Estate” to see Tucci’s other reports. Medford currently has 50 Single Family Listings for sale through the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). The average asking price is $361,983, and the average days on the […]
Medford Community Housing president Cheryl Middleton, guest speaker Roberta Rubin, outgoing president Kelly Catallo, and Laura Glynn of the City of Medford Office of Community Development at the Medford Community Housing annual meeting November 12. Courtesy photo. Medford Community Housing Seeks to Increase Affordable Housing in Medford With a slumping economy, home foreclosures on the […]
State Senator Jim Marzilli is pictured at left in court recently with his lawyer, Terrence Kennedy. Photo courtesy Gatehouse Media. Disgraced State Senator Asks to Double Pension – Allison Goldsberry Former State Senator and State Representative for Arlington and Medford James Marzilli, who is facing criminal charges for attempted sexual assault, is invoking a little-known […]
This is the first in a series of several pieces that will look back at the most notable events and people in 2008 in Medford. Today’s focus is sports. Former MHS track star Arantxa King is pictured at right executing a jump in a recent track meet. Photo courtesy Bermuda Olympic Association. Former Medford Track […]
This Allston Street home has definitely gotten into the holiday spirit! Looking for more lights in Medford? Check out this online map created by Medford resident Margaret Weigel. Send your Christmas lights pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo by Margaret Weigel.
Weekend Storms Bring Foot of Snow; School Closed Monday Updated 10:22PM, Sunday, December 21, 2008 Two storm systems dumped about a foot of snow on Medford this weekend. A change from snow to rain on Sunday is expected to create icy conditions for the start of the work week. Schools are closed in Medford on […]
Tufts Says Investment Made with “Due Diligence” Story Updated 9:39PM, Sunday, December 21, 2008 – Allison Goldsberry Tufts University is the latest victim to fall prey to an enormous so-called Ponzi scheme orchestrated by disgraced Wall Street financier Bernard Madoff. According to an email sent out Friday by Tufts President Lawrence Bacow, the school lost […]