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Halloween in Medford

Mackenzie and Joseph trick-or-treating in Medford Square on Friday. The family of former Medford Police Officer Pat Fahey handed out candy from the Medford Police table on Friday during the annual business trick-or-treat organized by the Medford Chamber of Commerce. Pictured from left to right are Teresa Fahey, Marykate Little, Tom Fahey, and Linda Fahey.  […]

Mustang Football Takes on Everett Friday Night

Story Updated 10:16AM. Saturday, October 31, 2009 The Mustangs lost to Everett, the former home turf of Head Coach Rico Dello Iacono, 42-14 on Friday night. Dello Iacono is a former Everett High football player and helped lead the Crimson Tide to a Greater Boston League championship as team captain in 1995. He was an […]

History of Temple Shalom Sunday, November 8

The following announcement is from the Medford Historical Society: Photo courtesy Medford Historical Society The Medford Historical Society and Temple Shalom invite you and your friends to attend an introduction to the history of Temple Shalom and its congregation on Sunday, November 8 at 2:00 p.m. Among the people taking part in this event will […]

George Scarpelli for School Committee

We strongly support George Scarpelli as a candidate for the School Committee. With four children who attend the Medford Schools and are involved in youth sports programs, we have witnessed on many occasions George’s commitment to the youth of the city. We have found him to be a great role model, coach, teacher, mentor and […]

Medford, Neighbors to Receive State Highway Funds

Medford and several other communities will receive state funding for a variety of road projects, Governor Deval Patrick and the state Executive Office of Transportation announced this week. Governor Patrick has dedicated $165 million in stimulus funds for road projects in the Greater Boston area, including millions for Medford and a few other nearby communities. […]

Medford Company Receives $4.5 Mil Federal Grant

Department of Energy Awards Research Grant to Agrivida US Representative Edward Markey, chair of twin energy and environment panels in the House of Representatives, announced that Medford agricultural biotechnology company Agrivida will receive $4,565,800 from the Department of Energy. “We have long known that Massachusetts is the Hub of the clean energy universe and this […]

Scarpelli Supports Girls Hockey Team

School Committee candidate George Scarpelli donated T-shirts for the Medford Girls Hockey U12A and U14A teams and their parents to wear to the Fight Like a Girl Breast Cancer Hockey Tournament in Warwick, Rhode Island on a recent weekend. The team is pictured above with their shirts and some Scarpelli signs. Courtesy photo.

John Falco for School Committee

I am writing to you regarding John Falco who is running for Medford School Committee. I have known John for the past 22 years and know him to be a wonderful husband, father, friend. His dedication to the City of Medford and the children of Medford will make him an excellent member of the School […]

SEIU NAGE Endorses Murphy for School Committee

The following was provided to for publication by School Committee candidate Chris Murphy: Medford School Committee candidate Chris Murphy has received the endorsement of the SEIU NAGE National Association of Government Employees) today. The National Association of Government Employees (NAGE) is an organization of members united by the belief in the dignity and worth […]

Parent Group Endorses Candidates

The following announcement was submitted to by Advocating for Medford Public Schools: Advocating For Medford Public Schools Announces School Committee Slate The sole purpose of Advocating For Medford Public Schools (a4mps) is to assist in the improvement of Medford Public Schools. The group was formed in the summer of 2008; the initial concerns were […]