Medford Snow

Check out some of these photos captured by local photographer Doug Shoop following a blizzard that brought over two feet of snow to Medford. A couple from Argentina make snow angels in their first snow storm. A lone swan on the Mystic River. High Street in Medford Square was eerily quiet. Plows clean up during […]

Bill Monbouquette, 78

Story Updated 4:24PM Tuesday, January 27, 2015 Local baseball legend Bill Monbouquette has passed away at the age of 78. Below are some photos of Monbouquette, a former Mustang who continued to be actively involved with Mustang sports and was often seen at baseball games and other events. The Red Sox posted a video tribute […]

Impending Blizzard Closes Schools for 2 Days

Updated 10:18AM Tuesday, January 27, 2015 The Medford Public Schools and Medford City Hall are both closed on Tuesday, January 27. On Tuesday School Superintendent Roy Belson announced the schools will also be closed on Wednesday, January 28. A snow emergency is in effect in Medford as of 5PM Monday until further notice. That means […]

Mystic Valley NAACP Debuts PSA

TV commercial titled “Statistic” aims to open eyes and minds with positive message An eye-opening TV commercial is about to break, and nearly 20 Medford, MA High School students will become the collective face of a powerful message. The black & white commercial called “Statistic” begins with an unexpected opening line. While three African-American young […]

Blizzard Watch in Effect for Medford, Area

Story Updated 3:03PM Monday, January 26, 2015 School Closed in Medford Tuesday, Snow Emergency in Place as of 5PM Monday Photo of the Fellsway last winter by Keree-Ann Waite. – Allison Goldsberry A Blizzard Watch is in effect from Monday night through early Wednesday morning, according to the National Weather Service. Heavy snow and strong […]

Bestsellers Cafe to Close Wednesday

Beloved Medford Square bookstore Bestsellers Cafe is closing its doors for good on Wednesday, according to a statement posted on Facebook last week. Bestsellers was a part of the community for seventeen years; the store re-opened in August 2012 following a five year hiatus due to renovations. The store is asking for volunteers to assist […]

Latest News from the Medford High Alumni Association

The recently launched Medford High School Alumni Association continues to grow. The organization recently hosted its second annual Medford Night fundraiser with Tom Convery at John Brewer’s Tavern, which helped raise funds for senior scholarships. The MHSAA is currently offering two $500 scholarships for graduating seniors. Scholarship applications, open nominations for local awards, upcoming events, […]

Launch of New Book on Interpreting Slavery

On Thursday, February 5, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. at the Royall House and Slave Quarters in Medford, Kristin Gallas and James DeWolf Perry will explore why the history of slavery in America is important and relevant to our communities, and how historic sites and museums can facilitate the sharing of these stories. Following a discussion […]

Mustang Alumni Hockey Game Jan. 31st

A hockey game for Medford High School alumni is being held on Saturday, January 31. The game is taking place at 4PM on Mustang home ice at LoConte Rink. A reception and food will immediately follow the game at the Medford Lodge of Elks. Tickets are $60 per person. All proceeds will benefit the MHS […]

Catallo to Host 1st Time Homebuyer Class Jan. 27th

Considering buying a home in 2015? Don’t get lost in the real estate maze without a flashlight! Join a 23 year veteran Realtor and Presenter, Kelly Catallo, Broker/Owner of Cosmopolitan Real Estate Inc. on January 27th @ 7pm at 121 Riverside Avenue, Medford for MCHC Homebuyer Workshop. “Entertaining and informative”, “humourous peek into the real […]