Weekend Bridge Replacement and Lane Restrictions Friday, June 10-Monday, June 13 Work crews will undertake the second of a series of rapid bridge superstructure replacements on I-93 in Medford beginning on Friday, June 10th at 8:00 PM and continuing through Monday, June 13th at 5:00 AM. This weekend’s location involves the bridges on I-93 north [...]
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Golden Rule Honey, pictured above, is returning for another season. The fifth season of the Medford Farmers Market will officially kick off on Thursday, June 16. Twenty-three vendors are already confirmed for the market and will provide local fruit, vegetables, beef, pork, eggs, honey, wine, coffee, fresh flowers, baked goods, and more. There will also [...]
MHS 2011 graduates and baseball league all-stars Chris Salvati (batting) and Danny Gilchrist (on deck) are on the American Legion roster. The Medford Post 45 American Legion baseball team will begin a season-opening four game homestand on Friday June 10th at Playstead Park against Watertown. First pitch is scheduled for 5:45 pm. The team will [...]
House Passes Legislation to Combat Human Trafficking State Representatives Paul J. Donato (D-Medford), Carl M. Sciortino, Jr., (D-Medford) and Sean Garballey (D-Arlington, Medford) joined their colleagues in the Massachusetts House of Representatives in unanimously passing legislation aimed at fighting human trafficking in the Commonwealth. The bill creates crimes for human trafficking offenses such as trafficking [...]
In honor of the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy, students from Ms. Romano’s fourth grade class compiled a booklet showcasing important Italians of the past 150 years. The class was helped by Rosetta Romagnoli, Italian teacher at the McGlynn Elementary School. The booklet was submitted to a contest organized by Giuseppe Pastorelli, Consul [...]
On Saturday, May 21, Grace Episcopal Church, Medford, kicked off its Capital Campaign to restore its historical church building. The Rt. Rev. M. Thomas Shaw, SSJE, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts was the evening’s keynote speaker. It was revealed during the evening that the Campaign had already raised over $409,000 towards its $625,000 [...]