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Make it 3!

The 2004 and 2007 World Series made a visit to Medford in June 2008. They are pictured above at Hormel Stadium. The next trip to Medford (whenever that might be) will have to make room for three championship trophies, following the Red Sox’s historic World Series home victory on Wednesday! – InsideMedford.com

Medford to Add More Veterans to Honor Roll Park

This Sunday, November 3rd at 1:00 PM at Honor Roll Park (beside Temple Shalom), Mayor Michael J. McGlynn will be dedicating a plaque to Medford Veterans who have served in Operation Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. Their names, engraved on a bronze plaque, will be unveiled during this memorable ceremony directed […]

Mustang Football Team to Play 3 Games Before Thanksgiving

The Mustang football team will play three games prior to its 126th Thanksgiving Game with Malden. Medford’s games were assigned under the new football playoff system. The Mustangs didn’t qualify for the playoffs so they were matched with teams in the same division. The Mustangs host Boston Latin (2-5) on Friday. The game is taking […]

AC Girls Cross Country Team Remains Undefeated for 5th Straight Season

On Thursday, October 24, the Catholic Central League Championship Meet was held at Franklin Park. In the girls’ varsity race, senior Arianna Maida of Bishop Fenwick was the individual winner, finishing in 20:01. Senior Elizabeth Lombardo, the regular season CCL MVP, finished 2nd in 20:15. Junior Abby Hogan of Cardinal Spellman (20:34), senior Kaitlin McCauley […]

Former Mustang Hoops Star Named New Boys Basketball Coach

White, far right, standing, has been an assistant coach for years. Former Mustang hoops star David White has been selected as Medford High School’s new boys basketball coach, according to Athletic Director Robert Maloney. White replaces Anthony Faradie, who resigned to take a similar position at Methuen High School. White has been a hardworking assistant […]

Medford Family Network’s ‘Night of 10,000 Lights’ Saturday, November 2

The Friends of the Medford Family Network are preparing to once again transform the Council Chambers at Medford City Hall into a spectacular, sparkling setting for their largest annual fundraiser. “A Night of 10,000 Lights” is an adults-only night out that will feature tastings from top Medford restaurants, live music, a silent auction, a raffle […]

FitzPatrick: Why I’m Running for City Council

Right now is an exciting time for Medford. It is a time of tremendous opportunities and challenges. We have a unique chance to set our city on a course that will define the next decade and beyond – but this will not happen on its own. I believe that our city needs an active, engaged, […]

D’Antonio Announces Candidacy for Mayor

My name is Anthony D’Antonio. I am a candidate for Mayor for the city of Medford. I was born, raised and educated in Medford. I want to make it clear that this is not a partisan contest! Not Democrat v Republican or Independent…it is an election for a CEO to manage the city of Medford; […]

Camuso Receives Endorsements from Medford Police, Fire

Medford City Council member Paul A. Camuso recently received endorsements from the Medford Police Patrolman’s Association and the Medford Firefighters Local 1032. “I am so proud to be supported publicly by the men and women who put their lives on the line day in and day out to protect our community.” said Camuso. “The Medford […]

Penta: To be Taxed or not to be Taxed without Representation Forever

Repealing the “forever gas tax”. Earlier this summer, the State Legislature approved a law that increased the gas tax by 3 cents a gallon starting July 31, 2013. The same law also calls for adjusting the tax yearly to match growth in the consumer price index, starting in January of 2015 … now to be […]