Car Crashes Into Medford Music School

A car crashed into LB Music School early Friday morning, according to local reports. According to WCVB, a woman hit the accelerator instead of the brakes around 5AM, crashing into the front of the school, located on Central Avenue. A fire official told Channel 5 that the structural integrity of the building was compromised following […]

Farmers Market Apple Fest and Bakeoff October 9

Come celebrate the end of the 2014 Medford Farmers Market season at the Apple Fest on October 9th! Enter the apple bake-off, bob for apples, get your face painted, and decorate mini pumpkins. Event is free! Bake-Off Details: Join your fellow neighbors for a friendly competition judged by community members, Mayor McGlynn, our market manager, […]

Man with Medford Ties Pleads Guilty to Insurance Fraud Charges

- Allison Goldsberry A local man has pled guilty to insurance fraud charges that includes for billing thousands for services he didn’t provide, according to information released by Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan Yongshuo Qu, 45, who reportedly resides in both Medford and Hudson, NH, pled guilty to insurance fraud (12 counts) and attempted larceny […]

City: Don’t Empty Your Pool Onto the Streets

It is against the law in Medford to allow or cause anything other than stormwater to go down the stormdrains in Medford. This means that you may not empty your pool down your driveway and into the street in Medford. When you do so, you are polluting local waterways, like the Mystic River and Wright’s […]

Harvard Students Spruce Up Mystic River in Medford

Medford hosted a second year with “HKS Serves” — an annual community service orientation for incoming graduate students at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University (HKS) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This year, Medford welcomed 125 HKS graduate students (up from 75 in 2013) — including many international students newly arrived for advanced […]

Medford Little League Update

Fall Ball started with 18 games last weekend. We have over 240 players from ages 5-12 registered from Medford and neighboring communities playing, learning and sharpening their skills this fall. Annual Meeting Notice Medford Little League Annual Meeting and Elections will be Monday, September 29th, 7pm at the South Medford Fire Station, Zero Medford Street. […]

Everett Casino Receives Green Light

– Allison Goldsberry The Massachusetts Gaming Commission voted 3-1 Tuesday to approve a plan by Wynn Resorts for a casino in Everett. “We believe that a great deal of the resistance and energy that we experienced in some surrounding communities, and especially with Boston, was directly related to the fact that this was a competition. […]

Sheriff Koutoujian Warns of Continuing Scams

Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian is again seeking to warn county residents about ongoing telephone arrest scams. “Over the past several weeks we have received multiple reports from residents alleging callers are once again fraudulently using the name of the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office in attempts to scam them out of money,” said Sheriff Koutoujian. “While […]

Citizens Push for Clean Up of West Medford Rail Station

The West Medford commuter rail station’s problems are obvious. Who is responsible for fixing them is less clear. Resolving that question is job one for stakeholders interested in seeing station conditions improve. A group of about 35 interested citizens, business owners, elected officials and MBTA representatives began to map out a strategy at a community […]

RE/MAX Andrew Realty Services to Bring Hot Air Balloon to Community Day

RE/MAX Andrew Realty Services is proud to present a very special opportunity at Medford’s Community Day, held this Sunday, September 21 at the Andrew’s School. . .the ability to take a tethered ride in the RE/MAX of New England Hot Air Balloon. Sponsored by RE/MAX Andrew Realty Services, “Big Max,” the seven-story-tall red, white and […]