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What to Know About the City’s New Parking Program

Medford is launching a new parking program in January. The program includes meters in city squares, increased enforcement, and an online hub, www.parkmedford.org, that has important information about the new system and allows online payments. When does the new program go into effect? According to the city website, the new parking program will “be live” […]

Black Lives Matter Vigil Sunday in Arlington

Arlington residents and town groups will stand in solidarity with all who feel that Black Lives during a vigil Sunday, Dec. 14, in Arlington Center. The sidewalk vigil will be held at the four corners of Mass. Ave. and Pleasant Street from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. This vigil is organized by the Arlington Vision 2020 […]

Medford Faith Communities to Join Nationwide Vigil to Remember Child Victims of Gun Violence Dec. 10th

In 2012 art students at Medford High School created a special art installation with twenty-six pairs of shoes donated by school staff to honor the victims of the Newtown, CT school shooting. Event Marks the Second Anniversary of Sandy Hook Elementary School Tragedy To mark the second anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy […]

‘Holiday Cookie Walk’ Dec. 13th

On Saturday December 13, 2014 there will be a “Holiday Cookie Walk” Fundraiser at Sanctuary UCC, 458 High Street in West Medford. Delicious homemade, decorative cookies will be on sale, by the pound, from 11am until all the cookies are gone! Patrons will be able to choose their preferred selection from a wide variety of […]

Councilor Raising Funds for Local Charity

Dear Friends, Each year as we enter the holiday season we all try to do something extra meaningful to help those in need. This year, my wife Jeanine and I have selected a project that we would like to share with you. In this season of giving instead of having our usual fundraiser, we are asking […]

‘Catmobile’ in Medford Dec. 16th

The Catmobile, which offers low cost spay/neuter for cats only, is coming to Pet Supplies Plus on 12/16. It is operated by the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society and staffed by a licensed veterinarian and one veterinary technician. The package consists of spay/neuter, rabies vaccinations, exam, nail trim, and treatment for fleas and ear mites. […]

Medford Historical Commission Seeking Members

The Medford Historical Commission seeks qualified individuals within the Medford community to serve on our board. The Medford Historical Commission, along with the Medford Historic District Commission, is entrusted with the preservation and protection of the City’s historic character and heritage. The Commission was established under Section 8d of Chapter 40 of the Massachusetts General […]

Medford Faith Communities to Join Nationwide Vigil to Remember Child Victims of Gun Violence Dec. 10th

Event Marks the Second Anniversary of Sandy Hook Elementary School Tragedy To mark the second anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy in Newtown, CT, and to remember the 23,000 Americans killed by guns since December 2012, Medford faith communities as well as individuals representing schools and other local groups, will hold a vigil […]

Annual City Holiday Celebration Dec. 3rd

Medford’s annual holiday celebration is taking place on Wednesday, December 3 from 4:30-6:30PM at Medford City Hall. The event is free and open to all. Highlights include the lighting of City Hall and the annual Jingle Bell Christmas tree festival. More details are available on the city’s website. – InsideMedford.com

‘Medford Night’ at John Brewers Tavern Nov. 28

Medford Night is back. On Friday, Nov 28th Tom Convery will be hosting Medford Night 3 at John Brewer’s Tavern on the Medford/Malden line. Dave McCourt (MHS ’75) will be spinning the tunes from 7 pm till 12. Tom Convery (MHS ’70) will do Trivia at 8pm and 10pm. Every 4th question will be Medford […]