- Allison Goldsberry The MBTA is considering fare hikes and service cuts to address an anticipated $185 million budget deficit for fiscal year 2013, according to an announcement from the agency on January 3. For Medford that could mean the elimination of the 325, 326, 95, and 96 bus routes. The 134 bus route could [...]
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A traffic light switch box in Somerville was transformed into public art. Photo courtesy Somerville Arts Council. Turn Traffic Light Switch boxes into Art! Medford Health Matters (MHM), in coordination with the City of Medford, is embarking on an exciting switch box beautification project. Over the next few months we will be matching local artists [...]
The Medford Historical Commission seeks letters of interest from qualified individuals within the Medford community to serve on our board. The Medford Historical Commission and the Medford Historic District Commission share the common goals of preserving and protecting the City’s historic character and heritage. The Medford Historical Commission was established under Section 8d of Chapter [...]
Mustang Softball Winter Clinic The clinic will be run by MHS Head Varsity Coach Jack Dempsey and other MHS coaching staff. It will incorporate the fundamentals of hitting and fielding. The clinic is open to all girls in grades 7 to 12. It will be held on the following Thursday nights from 7-9pm: 1/19,1/26, 2/2, [...]
St. Joseph School of Medford will hold an Open House on Sunday, January 22 fro 1-3PM. The school is located at 132 High Street. St. Joseph’s offers the following: – Contemporary curriculum – Pre-K to Grade 8 – Strong middle school ethic – Full enrichment program – Updated facility includes tech and science labs as [...]