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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 […]

Medford Community Day Sunday, September 21

In honor of Wally Kountze and In memory of Ben Averbook Andrews Middle School 1:00 – 4:30 PM Over 100 Vendor Tables! National Flag Display – (10) flags (45 by 90 ft each) carried in procession! Kiddie rides, pony rides, snow cones, crafts, bake sales & spin art! “Passport” Trip to Ireland, Haiti, Brazil, Morocco, […]

D.A.R.E. Day September 28th

Medford Lodge of ELKS is sponsoring a D.A.R.E. Day event in the parking lot at 19 Washington Street on Sunday September 28 from 10 am – 2pm. All members of the community are invited to attend. This event will be informative and fun. There will be information about drug prevention and awareness. The Medford Fire […]

Girl Scout Registration Events

Discover your next adventure with Girl Scouts! Join today and get ready for the best year ever – make new friends, try new things, and make a difference in your community. From conquering an outdoor challenge course to mastering culinary creations or picking up 3-D printing, we’ve got programs to suit every girl’s interests. Girl […]

Tufts’ 12th Annual Community Day October 5th

Residents, neighbors and friends are invited to celebrate the 12th annual Community Day at Tufts University on Sunday, October 5, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will take place on Tufts’ Medford/Somerville campus and is co-sponsored with the two cities. All activities are free and open to the public. Highlights for the day […]

Residents Rally to Clean Up West Medford Station; Meeting Monday

State Rep. Sean Garballey and residents of West Medford will meet on Monday, September 8 at 7pm at the Medford Public Library to discuss how to initiate improvements to the poor condition of the West Medford commuter rail station. Broken lighting, a urine stained waiting area, and overgrown shrubbery are just some of what greets […]

‘Teammates for Trav’ September 13, 2014

Friends, MHS classmates, and Mustang teammates, our great friend Chris Traverse, MHS Class of 1972, is battling ALS. You’ve seen all the challenges online but this is the real deal and Chris needs our help. Please join us on Saturday, September 13th from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at Carroll’s Restaurant in Medford for “Teammates […]

Elderly Man Dies in Accident on South Street

The construction in front of 114 South Street on Monday afternoon. – Allison Goldsberry A well-known and beloved Medford resident died in a freak accident on Friday, according to local sources. George Boudreau, 81, former history teacher and hockey coach at Medford High School, died after falling into a construction site in front of 114 […]

Mr. George L. “Gigi” Boudreau, Sr., 81

Mr. George L. “Gigi” Boudreau, Sr., of Medford, died suddenly by accident on Friday, August 29, 2014 at the age of 81. He was the beloved husband of Gertrude F. ( O’Connell) Boudreau with whom he shared 53 years of marriage. Born in Cambridge on January 22, 1933, he was the son of the late […]

Library Seeking Beatles, MLK Stories

If you have a story about the Beatles or Martin Luther King Jr., you are invited to share it on September 11 as part of storyteller Sharon Kennedy’s program Heroes. Sharon will be telling the story of how she crashed the Beatles’ 1964 press conference at the old Madison Hotel in Boston at the age […]