- Allison Goldsberry A Medford man who lost his wife and was seriously injured in a crash last year is blaming Toyota and suing the company. Gerald Murphy, 49, is one of many Toyota owners who says the company’s faulty cars caused a crash. Murphy said his Toyota Camry suddenly surged and accelerated rather than [...]
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Few Mustang Basketball Players Have Earned 1,000 Points Despite a close, tough-to-swallow loss for the boys basketball team against Acton-Boxborough in the state tournament, the story of the night was senior captain Andrew White’s entrance into the elite 1,000-point club. White had twenty-two points and eleven rebounds against Acton-Boxborough, earning his 1,000th point and finishing [...]
As St. Francis Girls’ Basketball prepares for the start of their playoffs, All-Star rosters have been announced (see below). This year’s game will be played at St. Clement High School on Sunday, March 21st, with the Junior game beginning at 2:15PM and the Senior game tipping off at 3:30PM. Senior League (Grades 6-8) North: Siobhan [...]
Medford parent Matt Haberstroh, a member of Advocating 4 Medford Public Schools, wrote the following viewpoint following a discussion about class size at Monday’s School Committee meeting. School Committee Hears from Parents About Class Sizes Class Sizes Growing Along with Parents Concern – Matthew Haberstroh 25, 26 27, 28 – student class sizes keep growing [...]