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Students Play Role in City Inauguration Ceremony

MHS senior and football captain Chris Bucknam is one of several students participating in the 2012 inaugural ceremony. – Allison Goldsberry Several Medford students will be participating in the city’s 2012 inaugural ceremony taking place on Monday, January 2. On this day- the last official day of the holiday break from school- students will play […]

Boys Basketball Team Defeats Burlington in Florida

Senior guard Maurice Magras led his team with twenty-three points in a victory over Burlington in Florida on Friday. After playing a team from Virginia and a team from Ohio in a Florida tournament this week, the boys varsity basketball team finished up the tourney by drawing Burlington. The Mustangs defeated Burlington 58-53 on Friday. […]

Hunting, Fishing Licenses No Longer at City Hall

Effective January 1, 2012, The City of Medford’s City Clerk’s Office will no longer be offering Massachusetts Hunting and Fishing Licenses for the upcoming year and future years to come. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Division of Fisheries and Wildlife has made a shift to selling all Hunting and Fishing Licenses to an all electronic system […]

Tufts Employees Give Grants to Local Groups

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 five organizations in Medford. TNSF collects donations from university employees throughout the year and then awards grants to community-based, charitable organizations that serve Tufts […]

Hangover Brunch at John Brewer’s on New Year’s Day

Party a little too hard on New Year’s Eve? The only cure just might be the Hangover Brunch at John Brewer’s Tavern. Stop in anytime between 11:00AM and 2:00PM on New Year’s Day for French toast, pancakes, eggs, omelets, and other traditional brunch fare. Enjoy a Bloody Mary, mimosa, or glass of champagne along with […]

Boys Basketball Team Competes in FL Tournament

Junior guard Sean Doncaster (in a photo from last season) led his team with twenty-nine points on Wednesday. On Wednesday afternoon in sunny Florida the boys varsity basketball team defeated a team from Castlewood, VA 64-41. The Mustangs are competing in a tournament this week. Despite defeating Castlewood by almost twenty points, at half time […]

Mustang Football Banquet January 15

The Medford Mustang football team will hold its end-of-season banquet on Sunday, January 15, 2012. The banquet is taking place at 12:30PM at the Irish-American Club of Malden. The event will feature a season highlight film, individual awards, and presentations to each of the team’s seniors: Nick Olivier (captain), Chris Bucknam (captain), Steve Center (captain), […]

Medford Council on Aging January 2012 News regularly features Medford Council on Aging News by publishing its monthly newsletter, which is available by clicking on the link below or by scrolling through the embedded document. –

Work Begins on Turf Field at Hormel Stadium

Work has begun in recent weeks on a project to create an artificial turf field at Hormel Stadium. The project is possible due to a grant program from the Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs aimed at improving open space and recreational facilities in the state. Richard Sullivan, Secretary of the Executive Office of Energy […]

Top Medford Stories of 2011

Voters Choose New City Council; School Committee The Medford voters have spoken and come January 2012 three new faces will join the city’s elected bodies. Erin DiBenedetto and Robert E. Skerry, Jr. will join the School Committee while Rick Caraviello will take a seat on the City Council. Mayor Michael McGlynn was re-elected to his […]