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Busy Weekend in Medford

Covelle Commits to Franklin Pierce Ravens

Malden Catholic fireballing righthander from Medford will be part of winningest team in East – Justin McAllister, Medford Daily Mercury There’s a lot to be said for being crafty on the mound. And usually when they speak of how an excellent pitcher “mixes it up” well, they are giving him a big compliment. Then there […]

Golf Team in Hunt for Uncontested League Title

The Mustang golf team, 5-2, is currently undefeated in the GBL with a 5-0 league record. “We have three matches left and we could go undefeated in the league,” said Head Coach Ray Dyer. “The kids have been great.” The team picked up its closest victory of the season with a narrow 38-34 victory over […]

Cremens Sworn in as Associate Justice

Medford resident J. Elizabeth Cremens, a former Medford Human Rights Commissioner, was sworn in Tuesday by Governor Deval Patrick as Associate Justice of the Woburn District Court. “These nominees will bring to the bench and to the Clerk-Magistrate’s Office a wealth of legal experience and expertise,” Governor Patrick said. “I am proud to nominate them […]

Boys Soccer Team 6-0

Head Coach Mike Petrides and the boys varsity soccer team pulled out a nice 5-2 home victory over East Boston on Wednesday. The victory was an all-out team effort with everyone pitching in to close out the win. Jean Joseph, Erik Baptista, Matheus Anastacio, captain John Dumbuya, and Tenzin Choepak all netted goals for the […]

Medford on the Mystic Arts Festival in October

Medford on the Mystic Arts Festival is coming to our community beginning Saturday, October 1 offering exciting programs throughout the month. CACHE in Medford, a coalition of nineteen art-based organizations plus local businesses has organized an innovative month-long program to celebrate local talented artists, our history, culture and the Mystic River. Come with your family, […]

Brooks School Electronics Recycling Day Oct. 1

Wondering what to do with those old appliances and electronics? Bring them to our Recycle Day! Saturday, October 1 9am-1pm Brooks Elementary School driveway Drop off your used and/or broken electronics and appliances. All items will be unloaded from your car/truck and sent to a facility for proper recycling. Fees $5- unlimited amount of small […]

Mini-Grants Available for Youth Services Projects

Green Medford has been awarded $750 from the Wolfe-Rita Climate Action Projects fund of the Massachusetts Climate Action Network. Green Medford will use this funding to award three $250 mini-grants to youth addressing climate change in Medford. The deadline for the application will be October 31. Grantees will be notified on December 1, and projects […]

Rep. Markey Concerned with ‘Facebook Tracking’

Markey, Barton to FTC: Investigate Facebook Tracking Congressmen introduced ‘Do Not Track Kids’ legislation to protect online privacy of children and teens After recently published findings that Facebook had been gathering information about the websites its users visited even after users logged out of Facebook, Congressmen Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) and Joe Barton (R-Texas) today […]

Free Substance Abuse Prevention Workshops

Team Medford Academy presents APPLAUDD: A Prevention Program Learning About Underage Drinking & Drugs. Prevention Workshop for Parents, Teachers and Professionals who care for children in grades 5-12: – Learn About Effects of Drugs and Alcohol on Academic Potential – Improve Parent-Teen Communication Skills – Use Prevention Strategies to Reduce Risk of Youth Substance Abuse […]