The Columbus Elementary School is one of several places to receive grant money from Tufts. Photo courtesy Medford Public Schools. The Tufts Neighborhood Service Fund (TNSF) committee recently awarded grants to eight organizations in Medford. TNSF collects donations from university employees throughout the year and then awards grants to community-based, charitable organizations that serve Tufts’ [...]
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On Friday Governor Patrick signed Senate Bill 2557 An Act Further Regulating Debt Collection filed by Senator Patricia Jehlen (D) Somerville. A 2006 Boston Globe Spotlight series revealed that abusive debt collection practices in Massachusetts are a serious problem. The law is intended to protect debtors from losing assets that allow them to continue to [...]
LoConte Rink is open for free public skating at the following times: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 9AM-11AM Saturdays and Sundays 2PM-4PM The rink will be open for public skating for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday on Monday, January 17 from 9AM-11AM. – InsideMedford.com
A Medford man has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for shining a powerful green laser beam into a state police helicopter escorting a liquefied natural gas tanker through Boston Harbor. The U.S. District Attorney’s office in Boston says 52-year-old Gerard Sasso of Medford is the second person in the nation, and the [...]
The highest court in Massachusetts on Tuesday ordered a judge to review new DNA evidence in the case of two men convicted of murdering two alleged associates of the mob in the 1980s. Frank DiBenedetto, of Boston, and Louis Costa, of Medford, were convicted in the murders of Bostonian Frank Chiuchiolo and Medfordite Joseph Bottari [...]