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June 1 National Donut Day

Free Donut with Beverage Purchase at Dunkin’ Donuts Friday Friday, June 1 is National Donut Day and Dunkin’ Donuts is offering customers a free donut with the purchase of any beverage. Medford is the land of Dunkin’ Donuts (one count puts them at eleven total in the city), so if your one of choice has […]

MHS Boys, Girls Tennis Qualify for State Tournament

The Medford High School boys and girls tennis teams will open the state tournament on Friday, June 1. The girls, 12-5, are seeded 8th out of fifteen teams in North Division 2. They host #9 seed Cambridge (12-6) at Dugger Park in Medford at 4pm on Friday. This is the fourth straight season the Lady […]

Mustang Stampede Saturday, June 9

This event was postponed from Saturday, June 2 to Saturday, June 9 due to weather The Senior Football Associates of Medford, along with Mustang Head Coach Rico Dello Iacono, the Coaching Staff and the Medford Mustang football team, have invited the community to a special event to get pumped for the upcoming season. The Mustang […]

See Springstep’s Teachers, Students in Action

Springstep, a nonprofit organization that fosters active community participation in dance, movement, and music, is presenting a Student Showcase on Saturday, June 2, 2012. A great chance to meet Springstep’s teachers and students and see some of our classes in action, the Showcase begins at 2:00 pm and will feature performances by students from Flamenco, […]

Medford Council on Aging June 2012 News

InsideMedford.com regularly features Medford Council on Aging news by publishing its monthly newsletter, which is available by by scrolling through the embedded document or on the City of Medford website.

Mustang Softball Team Begins State Tourney Thursday

Medford Mustang senior pitcher Rayanne Staude tossed a no-hitter against Somerville last week. – Allison Goldsberry Rain and injuries challenged the Medford High softball team this season, but the Lady Mustangs still managed to earn their way into the state tournament by tying Everett for second place in the GBL. Both teams finished with five […]

Rep. Donato Supports Bill to Improve Veterans’ Services

State Representative Paul J. Donato (D-Medford, Malden) joined his colleagues in the Massachusetts House of Representatives in passing a comprehensive piece of legislation that improves the overall quality of life of our veterans. The legislation expands the services offered through the Massachusetts Military Family Relief Fund, assists military families in transitioning in and out of […]

MHS Seniors Receive M-Club Honors

The M-Club, the varsity student athlete club at Medford High School, held its annual banquet on Thursday, May 24 at the Irish American. All senior varsity athletes were recognized. The following students won the major scholarship awards. Helen V. Ellard Award Jaime deRosas $1000 Clorinda Saragosa Award Jackie Pellechia Richard J. Phelan Award Larry Keating […]

City Council to Hold Budget Hearing May 30

The Medford City Council will kick off the FY2013 budget process with the first hearing on Wednesday, May 30. The Council will meet in a Committee of the Whole at 5:30PM in Room 207 at Medford City Hall. Proposed budgets for the following departments will be reviewed: Law, Retirement, Weights and Measures, Human Diversity, Information […]

1st Annual Health and Fitness Expo June 10

Updated 8:20PM Wednesday, May 30, 2012 The Medford Chamber of Commerce and Whole Foods Market in Medford invite you to attend our first annual Health and Fitness Expo, an event for the whole family to enjoy! There will be interactive and complimentary health screenings as well as fitness classes and sports clinics throughout the day. […]

Carpentry Students Win Contest

Cabinet-Making/Carpentry students from the Medford Vocational Technical High School won a contest sponsored by The Furniture Trust. The “Excellence in Recycling through Creative Carpentry” contest challenges students to produce something innovative from used furniture. The students transformed old, damaged furniture made out of particle board into something new and different. Students designed, constructed, and painted […]