- Allison Goldsberry Both the boys and girls soccer teams have earned GBL titles and are beginning state tournament competition this week. The boys, 10-4-1, are league co-champs with Somerville. They are the tenth seed out of twenty-two teams in North Division 1. The Mustangs earned a bye in the preliminary round of the state [...]
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Mark your calendars now! Medford’s annual Holiday Celebration is scheduled for Wednesday, November 30, 4:30-6:30pm at Medford City Hall. The free event includes music, kids activities, food, and the lighting of City Hall, among other activities. The city is once again collecting new, unwrapped toys for the United States Marine Corps Toys for Tots Campaign [...]
Dr. Paul Krueger, headmaster at Medford High School, announced the names of Steering Committee members who will direct the school’s efforts during its self-study and accreditation by the Commission on Public Secondary Schools of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The committee will be co-chaired by teachers Candace Van Aken and Nick Tucci. [...]
My name is John Falco and as a candidate for re-election to the Medford School Committee, I respectfully ask for your vote on Tuesday, November 8th. My first term as a member of the Medford School Committee, and my involvement in my own children’s education, convinces me that Medford has a good school system. However, [...]
In the closing days of the campaign, Medford School Committee Candidate Christopher Murphy today outlined his top three priorities for the next year: As I’ve campaigned around this great city for the last eight months, I have been asked many questions and heard many opinions about the Medford public schools and I have been encouraged [...]
Camuso Endorsed by Carpenters Local 218 and Carmens Union 589 Medford City Council member Paul A. Camuso recently received endorsements from the Carpenters Local 218 and the Boston Carmen’s Union. Combined these unions represent well beyond five hundred members and families that live in Medford. “I am thankful to be supported publicly by the men [...]
My name is Anthony D’Antonio and I am a candidate for Mayor of the historical city of Medford. I was born and raised in Medford and grew up on Yale Street. After graduating from the Medford Public School system, I attended the University of Massachusetts at Boston State College and graduated with a degree in [...]