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Cambridge Man Indicted for Medford Murder

Chris Toppi, 28, during his arraignment in Somerville District Court in August for the murder of a Weymouth man in Medford. Photo courtesy Medford Daily Mercury. – Allison Goldsberry A Cambridge man has been indicted on a charge of murder in connection with the death of a Weymouth man in Medford in August. Christopher Toppi, […]

Mustang Soccer Blanks Everett

Girls, Boys Shut Out Crimson Tide Wednesday The Mustang girls and boys soccer teams shut out Everett on Wednesday. The girls blanked the Crimson Tide, 6-0. Alisa Vita and Jamie deRosas each had one goal and Alessia LaRocco and Regine Jacques scored two goals for the Mustang. Next up for the Lady Mustangs is a […]

AC XC Defeats Archbishop Williams

The Arlington Catholic girls and boys cross country teams continued their winning ways by defeating Archbishop Williams of Braintree on Wednesday afternoon. The Cougar girls improved to 4-0 with the win. Freshman Kaitlin McCauley (Watertown) finished first for AC and second overall, followed by sophomore Janelle Solviletti (Woburn) in third, junior captain Brigid Kirkpatrick (Medford) […]

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Sen. Jehlen Shadows Elder Care Aide

State Senator Pat Jehlen shadowed an elder care worker in Somerville on Wednesday. Photo by Aaron Toleos. On Wednesday State Senator Pat Jehlen (D-Somerville, Medford), chair of the Elder Affairs Committee, shadowed a personal care attendant in Somerville to learn first-hand about elder care services. The event was part of Come Care with Me Day […]

Medford Farmers’ Market Holds Apple Bake Off

Come celebrate the end of the 2010 market season on October 7th by entering the Medford Square Market Apple Bake-off! Join your fellow neighbors for a friendly competition of baked goods to be judged by Medford’s Mayor McGlynn, Whole Foods Market, and the market vendors. Bring your favorite and most prized home-baked apple dessert (pie, […]

Local Cops Help Medford Child Cancer Victim

Cops for Kids with Cancer (CFKWC) recently donated a check to the Berenger family of Medford. The family’s youngest member, Jacob, is courageously battling cancer. “Times are tough for everyone, but to have to endure a battle against cancer in a young child is as tough as it gets. Hopefully, this donation from the Cops […]

‘Revolution’ Coming to Medford

Event manager Ryan Hayward in his colonial gear. Courtesy photo. Colonial Re-Enactment to Take Place October 2, 3 In October, 2010, Revolutionary War Re-enactors will bring history to life in Medford! This first-ever event will transform Mystic Riverbend Park into a Revolutionary War encampment to give the public a rare glimpse into 18th century life. […]

Green Line Extension Meeting September 29

Meeting to Focus on Station Design In September, MassDOT will host two educational public meetings to kick off the Preliminary Engineering phase of the Green Line Extension project. These meetings will also help inform the public Station Design Workshops, to be held later in the fall. Two educational meetings will be held, one each in […]

Crowd Turns Out for Tufts Community Day

Well over 1,000 people turned out for Tufts University’s eighth annual Community Day on Sunday afternoon. Tufts opened its campus to local residents, who enjoyed a free lunch, candy apples, hot cider, music, entertainment, pumpkin decorating, and face painting, among other activities. Local organizations such as the Rotary Club, Medford Historical Society, and Medford Family […]