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Markey Meets Pope Francis, Vatican Leaders to Discuss Climate Change

Senator Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) met with Pope Francis and high-level Vatican leaders to discuss the importance to act on climate change and to encourage the Catholic Church to continue to use their moral authority to elevate the issue. At the Vatican yesterday, Senator Markey and five other legislators from around the world met with […]

Homeless Man Arrested for Stabbing

– Allison Goldsberry A homeless teen has been arrested for stabbing another teen on Sunday afternoon, according to Medford Police. Aidan Rollins, 18, is accused of stabbing his 19-year-old victim following a verbal dispute. Police say Rollins went to a house on Harvard Street where the victim had been hanging with friends and allegedly stabbed […]

Medford Babe Ruth Summer League Registration Now Open

The Medford Babe Ruth Summer Baseball League is the perfect solution for players age 13-15 who want to continue playing baseball, but want their weekends free. Games are played Monday through Thursday with 2-3 games played per week. There are no tryouts. The Summer League season will start the first week of July and run […]

Quiet Communities Hosts ‘Innovative Landscape Maintenance’ Events

Quiet Communities is hosting two educational conferences on innovations in landscape maintenance in association with Tufts University’s Office of Sustainability and Wellesley College. The conferences will feature expert presentations on the health, environmental, and community impacts of gas-powered maintenance practices, worker issues, sustainable landscaping and maintenance, green campuses, and the promise of new technologies. A […]