State Representative Carl Sciortino, a Medford Democrat, is one of seven Democrats seeking their party’s nomination for Congress. Following Tuesday’s primary, only one candidate will advance. Sciortino, originally from Connecticut, graduated from Tufts University in 2000 and has been a state representative since 2004. He is pictured above with Medford Mayor Michael McGlynn, who formally […]
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The Kiwanis Club of Medford will be producing A Taste of Italy from 6-9pm on Monday, October 21, 2013 at John Accardi & Sons 85 Commercial St, Medford, MA. Our host for the evening will be Billy Costa of TV Diner. This charity event is being held to support the many local charities which Medford […]
The 2nd annual L.L.Bean Wintervention College Tour is heading back to school this fall, inspiring students to get excited and prepared for a winter full of outdoor fun. The Bootmobile, a larger than life version of L.L.Bean’s iconic Bean Boot, is making its second stop on the Wintervention College Tour at Tufts University on Wednesday, […]
Join Tri-CAP this fall at the third annual Oktoberfest Gala on Thursday, October 17! The Gala begins at 5:30pm at the Irish-American Club, 177 West Street, Malden. Ticket are $30 dollars and include beer tastings from all over the state as well as German food, raffles and other surprises! Please contact Loretta Kemp at firstname.lastname@example.org […]
Medford has been named one of the best places for job seekers in Massachusetts, according to NerdWallet. NerdWallet, a consumer advocacy site, said the study factored in median income, monthly homeowner costs, population growth, and unemployment rates. Medford ranked eighth on the list. Newton was first while nearby Everett, Revere, and Malden were second, third, […]
Medford artist John Everdell is featured in the Fuller Craft Museum’s exhibition “Made in Massachusetts: Studio Furniture of the Bay State.” The museum, located in Brockton, is running the exhibition from October 12, 2013 through February 9, 2014. “After majoring in history with a minor in theater practicum at the University of Denver, John Everdell […]