School officials broke bread with Medford High School students in the cafeteria during lunch time on Monday. School Superintendent Roy Belson, Headmaster Dr. Paul Krueger, Elementary Education Director Diane Caldwell (all pictured above eating lunch with students), Food Services Director Jeanne Irwin, and Guidance Director Frank Howard, among other staff, shared lunch with students and […]
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Medford Jingle Bell Festival Wednesday, December 2, 2009 Medford’s 21st Annual Holiday Celebration 4:30 p.m. at City Hall Plaza, Medford Square Lighting of City Hall, kids’ activities, 2008 Celtics championship trophy, free food, and more! Click here for more information Wednesday, December 2 – Sunday, December 6, 2009 Holiday Tree Display Medford City Hall Thursday, […]
The following is a statement from newly elected candidate George Scarpelli, who will join the Medford School Committee in January 2010: Dear Citizens of Medford, I would like to thank you for your support and for your vote in electing me to the Medford School Committee. Having worked in Medford for over 20 years as […]
All photos by Paul Rapatano.
Malden Takes 122nd Turkey Day Classic, 13-7 Medford Head Coach Rico Dello Iacono watches his team in action. Photo by Paul Rapatano. – Allison Goldsberry Despite a valiant effort, the Mustangs could not pull out a victory against Malden on the 122 Thanksgiving Day match-up of the two long-time rivals. Medford had several opportunities to […]
Players, coaches, and the administration from both Medford and Malden continued the tradition of getting together for lunch before the Thanksgiving Game. Head Coach Rico Dello Iacono, Headmaster Dr. Krueger, Athletic Director Bob Maloney, and captains Giovani Sanders, Tony Louis, Pat Barry, Alex Krasco, Jimmy Richardson, and Ryan Athridge broke bread with their Malden counterparts […]
St. Francis Girls Basketball kicked off another season on November 22nd. This year, the K-8 program consists of over 120 girls making up an Instructional, Junior and Senior divisions in the in-house program and two travel teams that compete against other parish teams from the North Shore. The in-house program consists of 12 regular season […]
The Medford Chamber of Commerce and Medford TV and Electronics are sponsoring a free holiday concert at Chevalier Theatre. The concert, “Our Holiday Gift to You: Holiday Pops Concert 2009,” is planned for 7PM on Friday, December 4 and will be part of a week of holiday activities in Medford. The Navy Band Northeast Wind […]
At right: A Medford firetruck during the war memorial dedication ceremony in October 2007. Photo by Alexander Svirsky. Story Updated 4:54PM, Tuesday, November 24, 2009 Mayor Asks Council to Approve $800,000 Loan for Ladder Truck The city is planning to purchase a new fire engine. The Mayor has requested the City Council to approve an […]
These recipes are part of 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. Wondering what to stuff that turkey with? The following stuffing is an Italian twist on the classic Thanksgiving side dish, […]
Think you know your stuff when it comes to Medford football? Put your knowledge to the test with a Thanksgiving Game Challenge! Name the game and score of the five games in the video below and you could win a $25 gift certificate to John Brewer’s Tavern. We give you the years- 1993, 1997, 1999, […]
Attorney General, Medford Resident Makes Run for US Senate Attorney General and US Senate candidate Martha Coakley announced today that her campaign has raised $4.1 million from over 11,800 people. According to information provided by Coakley’s campaign, 8,000 of those donors contributed $100 or less. “I am truly humbled by this incredible show of support […]