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State to Develop New Food System Plan; 1st in 30+ Years

The state has established a committee to create its first Food System Plan in more than three decades, according to a press release issued by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC). The MAPC is collaborating with the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC), the Franklin Region Council of Governments (FRCOG) and the Massachusetts Workforce Alliance (MWA) […]

Cummings Foundation to Donate $100K to Krystle Campbell Memorial Peace Garden

Mr. William Campbell and Mayor Michael J. McGlynn will be attending an award presentation ceremony tonight as the Cummings Foundation makes a $100,000 donation for the Krystle Campbell Memorial Peace Garden that is being built near the Senior Center in Medford. “On behalf of the Campbell Family, we appreciate the Cummings Foundation support of the […]

Andre Chiefs Win Home Opener

The Chiefs broke up a scoreless tie when they scored four times in the bottom of the fifth inning, then held on for dear life when they beat the Watertown Reds 4-3 in the season opener on Sunday afternoon at Tufts University. Nothing new from Chiefs’ ace Jared Freni who was on an early season […]

Free Real Estate Class June 11th

An educational real estate class is being offered to the Medford community at the Medford Vocational Technical High school on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the auditorium. The class is being hosted by Laura Sheedy of Homeowners Assistance Program, LLC, Sonya Kammel of Sage Bank, and Patrick K. Sullivan of […]

DiBenedetto Pledges to Fight for Addiction Recovery & Community Support

Candidate for State Representative Pledges Support for those battling with Substance Abuse and Addiction and Recovery as a major priority on Beacon Hill The substance abuse epidemic has hit the communities of Somerville and Medford hard and no one knows more than the families left to deal with the aftermath of that addiction, including Erin […]

Williams Earns Skating Scholarship

Medford High School senior Marissa Williams was recently named as the recipient of the Doreen Carrabino McNulty Fund 2014 Skaters Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to one female and one male skater (figure or hockey) who demonstrates personal excellence on and off the ice. To be eligible the applicant must be pursuing a career that […]