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Medford Little Leagues Talk Merger; Meeting August 2

To recap, the recent meeting that was held on Thursday, July 26, 2012 at Columbus Park and the American Legion Hall in Medford involving the three (3) Little League boards and many parents was strong. The consensus from this exercise was simple. Medford should move forward with the merger of Little League for the youth […]

St. Clement School Offering Basketball Clinic

Saint Clement School announced it is offering a skills and drills basketball clinic for boys and girls ages 9 through 14 from August 6th-August 30th at Saint School Gymnasium, 579 Boston Avenue, Medford. Area coaches will teach kids the proper skills on how to ball handle, shoot, pass and play defense. Cost for the program […]

Medford Man Found Guilty on Perjury Charges

The scene of the crime on Salem Street in August 2010. – Allison Goldsberry A Medford man has been found guilty on charges of perjury in connection with lying under oath during a grand jury investigation into a 2010 murder, according to Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone. Roger Beattie, 33, of Medford, was found guilty […]

New Youth Football, Cheer League Starts Season

On Monday, July 30 Medford Youth Football and Cheer, a newly established youth league in Medford, officially kicked off its first season. Parents and kids gathered at Memorial Park for opening ceremonies and the first practice for young football players and cheerleaders. The Junior Mustangs are a member of the Northeast Conference Youth Football league […]

News from State Senator Pat Jehlen

Senate, House Agree on Legislation Preventing Mortgage Foreclosures The Legislature has approved a bill that establishes greater protections for homeowners.  The legislation aims to prevent unnecessary and unlawful foreclosures, reduce the number of abandoned properties across the Commonwealth, and help remove one of the biggest remaining barriers to our economic recovery. “This bill will help […]

Local Kids Graduate from Sheriff’s Public Safety Camp

Medford Fire Chief Frank Giliberti (left) and Police Chief Leo Sacco (right) are pictured with Middlesex Sheriff Peter Koutoujian. Courtesy photo. Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian proudly recognized the Arlington, Belmont, Medford and Somerville graduates of the 2012 Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Youth Public Safety Academy (YPSA) on Friday, July 27, 2012. The ceremony, which recognized […]

Mustang Fall Sports Tryouts Schedule Released

Crew Information session at Hormel Stadium August 22- click for details Girls Volleyball Medford High School, Cooper Gymnasium August 23-25 Thursday and Friday 8:30-11:30am & 1:30-4:00pm Saturday 9:00-11:30am & 1:30-4:00pm Golf Unicorn Golf Course in Stoneham August 30-31, 6:00am Football Medford High School August 20-August 24 at 9:00am-12:00pm & 2:00-5:00pm Cross Country Edgerly Field, behind […]

Fitness Together Committed to a Healthy Medford

Medford’s Peter Petrella bought his own Fitness Together franchise after benefiting from its emphasis on personal training and individual results. – Allison Goldsberry Fitness Together Medford has a vision of a healthy community and has no shortage of creative ways to motivate people to lead more active lifestyles. Fitness Together has partnered with Kiss 108, […]

Team Medford Hosts Jobs Academy for Teens in August

Calling all teens! It can often be difficult to get a great community service placement in high school or a great first job if you have never had a job before. In this program you will have an opportunity to get training that is often overlooked yet usually required. In addition you will also have […]

Legion Baseball Team Advances in Playoffs

Story Updated 8:47PM Sunday, July 29, 2012 MC grad Paul Covelle earned the victory on the mound for the Medford Legion team Sunday. – Allison Goldsberry The Medford American Legion Post 45 baseball team opened the playoffs with a 5-1 road win over Tyngsboro on Sunday. The team, seeded sixth in the District 5 Chairman’s […]