Medford Babe Ruth Baseball Sign Up for New and Returning Players 13-15 Fee: $125 (check made payable to Medford Babe Ruth League) Deadline: March 5, 2010 How to Sign Up: By Mail: Mail your completed registration form, $125 fee, (and for new players only, copy of birth certificate) to Medford Babe Ruth c/o Pompeo & […]
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The city of Medford received an award for municipal creativity and innovation for its wind turbine, which is located at the McGlynn School. It’s the fifth time the city has received the Kenneth Pickard Award from the Massachusetts Municipal Association (MMA). Below is an announcement from the MMA: Wind turbine marks progress in sustainability campaign […]
The following announcement is from State Representative Paul Donato (D-Medford, Malden): Municipal Relief Bill Released from Committee Will help cities and towns save money, operate more effectively Representative Paul Donato and Senator Jamie Eldridge, chairs’ of the Joint Committee on Municipalities & Regional Government, have announced that the Committee has favorably reported the 2010 Municipal […]
The following Medford High School athletes were named Greater Boston League All-Stars for the 2009-2010 winter season: Boys Basketball League Co-MVP- Andrew White Tevin Moore Girls Basketball League Co-MVP- Tania Holmes Nicole Lopilato Gymnastics Desiree Savoia Stephanie Falasca Anne Steele Swimming Robin Carpenter Roger Zurawicki Jaquison Xavier Girls Ice Hockey Brittani Lanzilli Chelsea Hanson Kristina […]
Italian Restaurant Coming to Medford Square in Spring Story Updated 1:17PM Thursday, February 25, 2010 Italian restaurant Salvatore’s will be opening in Medford Square in three months. The restaurant will be taking over the former spaces of Century Bank and the Medford Transcript at 55 High Street. According to the website, Salvatore’s is an upscale […]
School Committee Secretary Ann Marie Cugno recently represented the Medford School Committee at the National School Board Association Conference in Washington, DC. Cugno wrote a report for the School Committee about her trip. Below are some excerpts: “I would like to thank my colleagues for their support for me to attend the NSBA Conference. It […]
Medford Falls to Acton-Boxborough, 52-49 Story Updated 2:25PM, Wednesday, February 24, 2010 Senior captain Andrew White (right) joined an elite group of Mustangs who have earned over 1,000 points in their careers. – Allison Goldsberry The varsity boys basketball team’s state tournament bid came to end on Tuesday after a tough 3-point loss to Acton-Boxborough. […]
March 7th shoe drive for Haiti: For countless Haitians, the shoes they put on their feet on the day of the earthquake are the only pair of shoes they have. Imagine the dangers of navigating broken glass, mangled metal and raw sewage in tattered shoes, sandals, or worse – barefoot. On Sunday, March 7th, St. […]
Planning Meeting Wednesday, February 24 The Jingle Bell Festival Committee is planning a fall dog show that will benefit everybody’s favorite four-legged friend. Event organizer Judy Lonergan said funds from the dog show will go towards building a dog park in Medford. Lonergan said the Committee, along with Medford Animal Control Officer Patrick Hogan and […]
The Medford High School boys basketball team recently recognized their eleven graduating seniors. The seniors are pictured below with their families. Photo courtesy Bob McCarthy. Video of Senior Night was prepared by MHS seniors Heidi Walsh and Pete Ricci. Click here to view it.
This recipe is 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. Whether you’re looking for a hearty meatless recipe to serve during Lent or simply looking to enjoy a delicious Italian […]
There’s something fishy going on with the Medford School Committee- literally. The Committee recently posed with a cod to promote the upcoming Community Read. The 2010 Community Read, organized by the Medford Public Library, focuses on the history of New England fishing as well as the challenges facing marine ecology, and books featuring cod have […]