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City Holiday Celebration Draws Crowd

For the twenty-fourth straight year, Medford City Hall has decked its halls with trees, lights, and other seasonal glitter for its annual holiday celebration.  The event featured free food, music, ice sculptures, pony rides, and other family-oriented activities. The 13th annual Jingle Bell Festival is also taking place and decorated trees will be on display […]

Daniel J. Horgan, 85

Atty. Daniel J. Horgan, Jr., age 85, of Lynn, died on Monday after a period of declining health. He was the husband of the late Jacqueline T. (O’Neil) Horgan for 46 years, until her death in 2000. A lifelong resident of Lynn, he was the son of the late Ellen T. (Hannon) Horgan and Daniel […]

Maiocco, Dello Russo Selected to Lead City Council

– Allison Goldsberry The Medford City Council has selected its leadership for the 2012 term and has opted to stay with a veteran and a relatively new councilor. Long-time City Councilor Robert Maiocco has been re-elected President and City Councilor Fred Dello Russo, elected to the Council in 2005, was selected to serve as Vice-President. […]

Columbus School Winter Festival Saturday, December 3

Come join us for a first annual winter festival filled with music, family friendly activities, yummy eats and treats and amazing raffles. The event is fun for ALL ages! The event is 10AM-3PM, Columbus Elementary School, 37 Hicks Avenue, Medford. The event will feature: – Climb aboard a Medford Fire Truck – Performances by Medford’s […]

Open House at Springstep for Caterers, Other Vendors

On Tuesday, December 6th, at 4:00pm, Springstep will be giving an Open House Tour to special event vendors interested in catering private events at Springstep’s facility in Medford Square. The tour will focus on the logistics of catering an event at Springstep, address common questions, and provide an introduction to the eligibility requirements for being […]

Is Massachusetts Prepared to Care?

Last year, I had the opportunity to spend part of the day visiting with an elder resident in my community and the home care worker who helps her to remain in her home. My constituent is 102 years old, and with the help of Philomena Ahern, she lives independently in an apartment below her daughter. […]

St. Clement’s Earns 4th Straight Thanksgiving Win

Anchormen Feast on Falcons Medford Mayor Michael McGlynn and his father and former mayor John McGlynn, St. Clement Class of 1939, performed the coin toss for the St. Clement vs Trinity Thanksgiving Day Game. For the fourth straight year the St. Clement Anchormen feasted on the Trinity Catholic Falcons of Newton during the annual Thanksgiving […]

Find Unique Gifts at Royall House Museum Shop

Royall House Shop Open Saturday, December 3 It’s that time of year, once again! The Royall House museum gift shop, located in the Slave Quarters at 15 George Street in Medford, will be open for holiday shopping on Saturday, December 3rd from 12 noon till 2 p.m. Please stop by to say hello, browse our […]

City Holiday Celebration Wednesday, November 30

To kick off the holiday season in style, Mayor Michael J. McGlynn cordially invites you and your family to Medford’s 24th Annual Holiday Celebration! Wednesday, November 30, 2011 4:30-6:30pm Medford City Hall This FREE event will feature: – The Lighting of City Hall – The Lighting of the Hanukkah Menorah, the Christmas Tree & the […]

December Events at Whole Foods Market Medford

Local Night Thursday, December 1 4-7PM This event repeats every 1st Thursday of the month. The store will be packed with some of our favorites- Acme Smoked Fish, Cherrybrook gluten-free baking mixes, Grandy Oats Granola, Cedars, Cabot Cheeses, Highlawn Dairy, Wantums, Trudies Treats, Five Acre Farm, Dahlicious, Bonneville Cookies, and #9 Chips & Salsa. Meet […]