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Medford 2010: Year in Pictures

Medford’s biggest stories from 2010, from politics to sports to crime. Have your own pictures or is something missing? Email news@insidemedford.com or upload your pictures on our Facebook page.

Medford 8th Grader to Participate in Gov’s Inauguration

Students to Participate in Ambitious Youth Service Project January 8 as Part of Inauguration Governor Deval Patrick is pictured above during his recent visit to Medford High School. McGlynn Middle School 8th grader Matthew Beckshaw has been selected along with hundreds of other students across the state to participate in a special service project that […]

Gilchrist, Sullivan Lead Basketball Team in Tourney

Seniors Danny Gilchrist and Danny Sullivan led the Mustang basketball team in the Rockland Holiday tournament this week. Gilchrist, shown above firing off a shot despite some Lancer pressure during the Medford/MC game, earned ten points against Norwood and twenty-two points in the championship game against Rockland and was named to the all-tournament team. Sullivan, […]

Hangover Brunch at John Brewer’s on New Year’s Day

Party a little too hard on New Year’s Eve? The only cure just might be the Hangover Brunch at John Brewer’s Tavern. Stop in anytime between 11:30AM and 4:00PM on New Year’s Day for French toast, pancakes, eggs, omelets, and other traditional brunch fare. Enjoy a Bloody Mary, mimosa, or glass of champagne along with […]

City Official Passes Away

Photo courtesy Maureen Crowley Smith, sister of Richie Lee, and Susan Crowley, Lee’s niece. Richard Lee, Mayoral Aide, Loses Battle with Pancreatic Cancer Richard Lee, a long-time fixture at Medford City Hall, has passed away. Lee had been battling pancreatic cancer for several years. Lee served as an aide to Medford Mayor Michael McGlynn and […]

Medford by the Numbers

In addition to counting the US population every ten years, the US Census Bureau collects demographic data, among other information. The American Community Survey provides estimates, detailed below for Medford, that are based on data collected over a 5-year time period between January 2005 and December 2009. Average household size: 2.4 Average family size: 3 […]

Local Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve

Looking for a local place to ring in 2011? These local places are hosting New Year’s bashes. John Brewer’s Tavern 7 Highland Avenue, Malden Live music starting at 9PM with Wishful Thinking, playing popular hits. No cover, free party favors, and a champagne toast at midnight. Pizzeria Regina 44 Station Landing, Medford 8:30pm – 11:30pm. […]

Markey to Lead Dems on Natural Resources Committee

Longtime Environment and Energy Leader Will Fight for Jobs, Against Environmental Attacks as Ranking Member Rep. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) was recently selected by the House Democratic Caucus to be the top Democrat on the Natural Resources Committee for the 112th session of Congress. “In the next Congress, Republicans will attempt to short-circuit the laws […]

Digging Out

Post-Christmas Snow Storm Dumps Over Foot of Snow 2010 is going out with a bang, with a post-Christmas snow storm bringing over a foot of snow to Medford and even more snow to other parts of the state. A blizzard warning from the National Weather Service expires at noon on Monday but high winds and […]

Post-Christmas Blizzard to Bring Over Foot of Snow

Story Updated 6:36PM Sunday, December 26, 2010 – Allison Goldsberry The first major storm of the winter season is expected to dump a foot to a foot and a half of snow on Medford and the region, according to the National Weather Service. A blizzard warning is in effect until 6PM Monday. Heavy snow is […]

Merry Christmas!

The Nativity in front of the Immaculate Conception Church of Malden/Medford.