- Allison Goldsberry The girls varsity basketball team upset undefeated Lynn English 52-50 on Wednesday night. Senior captain Tania Holmes scored an incredible, career-high thirty seven points in the Mustangs’ home victory. Junior forward Aleah McAusland-Ace added eight points while senior captain Emily Welch had ten rebounds for Medford. “I told them they were coming [...]
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- Allison Goldsberry After losing their first two track meets to perennial powerhouses Cambridge and Somerville, the Mustang girls indoor track team cruised to a 57-29 victory over Everett on Wednesday. The Lady Mustangs were led by junior Lauren Walsh, who ran away with the 600 yard run with a time of 1:48, won the [...]
Medford is celebrating Walk/Ride Days—a program that encourages walking and biking, while helping local retailers bring in more customers—on Friday, January 27th. This month we are delighted to welcome a number of new local, independent businesses to the program: Century Bank, Xtreme Ninja Martial Arts, Oliver Deli, Awakened Warrior Yoga, and Medford Optical. Each partner [...]
On Tuesday, January 24 both the boys and girls basketball teams held “Pink Out” games against GBL rival Malden to raise money for breast cancer research. Players and fans wore pink to support the cause and proceeds from the game will be donated toward breast cancer research. John Brewer’s Tavern, located in Malden and owned [...]
Tufts University Earns Top Spot on the 2012 Peace Corps Top Colleges Rankings Tufts University ranks No. 15 on the 2012 top Peace Corps volunteer-producing colleges and universities in the medium size category. There are currently 31 undergraduate alumni serving overseas. Last year, Tufts University had 20 alumni volunteers and was not included in the [...]
State Representative Paul Donato has received the highest honor for a state legislator from the Massachusetts Association of School Committees. Rep. Donato was presented with the “Legislator of the Year” award before the Medford School Committee at its Monday night meeting. The award recognizes elected officials for their contributions to education. Pictured above, from left: [...]