Fresh pasts and homemade sauces from Valicenti Organico are among the many delicious, locally produced offerings of the Medford Winter Farmers Market. The Medford Farmers Market proudly invites everyone to continue shopping for local fresh food in 2013—every Thursday in January and February at Hyatt Place in Medford Square. In addition to being open this [...]
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- Allison Goldsberry The Medford High School boys varsity basketball team closed 2012 with a 64-55 home win over Concord-Carlisle on New Year’s Eve. According to Head Coach Anthony Faradie, senior Jon Pires was the leading scorer with fifteen points. Jhems Lemene added thirteen points, James Hawkin added eleven, and Sean Doncaster and Billy Joseph [...]
Come join us in January and February for our House History Lecture series at the Medford Public Library! Designing Home: Domestic Architectural Styles, 17th to 19th Century Thursday, January 31, 2013, 7:00 PM Ever wonder why your home is a specific style? Puzzled as to why your house may have been constructed in a manner [...]
The inaugural IAABO 27 “Referees vs. Cancer” Holiday Basketball Tournament was played on December 29-30 at Malden Catholic’s newly-refurbished Gerard Doherty Gymnasium. Eight teams squared off in two divisions over the weekend. All proceeds will go the IAABO 27 “Referees for Cancer” initiative, which this past year raised nearly $13,000 for cancer research. In the [...]
Eleven Catholic grade schools in Arlington, Medford, Malden, Everett, Somerville, Cambridge, Chelsea, Revere and East Boston plan to host an informational showcase for interested families for the 2013-2014 school year. It is set for Thursday, Jan. 10, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of St. Joseph School in Medford, 132 High St. Families [...]
Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian announced a new tool for law enforcement entities throughout Middlesex County designed to enhance information sharing with police departments in an effort to increase public safety. The Massachusetts Inmate Data Network (MIDNet) is a web-based program that allows local police departments to access valuable information regarding incarcerated individuals including an [...]
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