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Medford Teen Captures Scenes from Boston Calling Music Festival

Medford High School senior Marcus Howard took the following photos of the Boston Calling music festival, which took place on City Hall Plaza during Memorial Day weekend. The three day event featured an eclectic mix of bands and will be returning in September with a new line up. More photos are available on Howard’s photography […]

Medford Community Day to Return May 31st

Medford’s second annual Community Day will take place on Sunday, May 31, according to an announcement released by Mayor Michael McGlynn. The event will take place once again behind the Andrews Middle School at Mystic Riverbend Park. Anyone interested in hosting an informational table should contact the Mayor’s office. Community Day will feature family-friendly activities, […]

MHS Band to Host ‘A Night At The Movies’ May 23rd

The Medford High School Band, in association with the Chevalier Theater, proudly presents A Night At The Movies on Saturday, May 23 at 7pm. The evening will feature the award winning Medford Mustang Marching Band playing your favorite music from Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Wizard of Oz, How to Train Your Dragon andFrozen. Tickets are […]

Royall House Opens for Tours May 23

Medford’s Royall House Museum, a colonial-era structure that was home to the largest slaveholding family in Massachusetts, re-opens for regular tours on May 23, according to an announcement. The museum will be open to visitors every Saturday and Sunday afternoon through October 25. Guided tours are offered on the hour at 1, 2, and 3 […]

West Medford Open Studios Returns May 16 & 17

Medford High School student Marcus Howard with his artwork at last year’s West Medford Open Studios. In this Medford neighborhood signs of spring are popping up everywhere lately. Tulips are poking up in the yards, trees are budding, and on the third weekend in May, bright blue balloons will be dotted around the West Medford […]

Medford Community Day to Return May 31st

Medford’s second annual Community Day will take place on Sunday, May 31, according to an announcement released by Mayor Michael McGlynn. The event will take place once again behind the Andrews Middle School at Mystic Riverbend Park. Anyone interested in hosting an informational table should contact the Mayor’s office. Community Day will feature family-friendly activities, […]

Local PSA Nominated for Award

A PSA produced by the Mystic Valley Area NAACP and McGoldrick Marketing has been selected as a finalist for the prestigious Rosoff Award. This eye-opening video has had people talking since it appeared online. First reported in the Medford Transcript, “Statistic” has been the subject of thought-provoking articles in The Boston Globe and CNN.com among […]

“Trashed – No Place For Waste” Film Screening April 29th at Grace Church

“Trashed – No Place for Waste” looks at the risks to the food chain and the environment through pollution of our air, land and sea by waste. The film reveals surprising truths about very immediate and potent dangers to our health, a global conversation from Iceland to Indonesia between the film star Jeremy Irons and […]

Chevalier Theater Ready for its Close Up

Story Updated 9:20AM Thursday, April 23, 2015 Medford’s Chevalier Theater is in the process of being transformed for Hollywood. According to a source, the theater is being used for scenes in the movie Joy, another movie by David O’Russell with Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper, according to IMDb. O’Russell filmed scenes in Medford and the […]

Carnival Returning to Medford

The carnival returns to Medford this week. The event is taking place from Wednesday, April 22 through Sunday, April 26 in the Medford City Hall parking lot. A special discount is being offered of $25 for unlimited rides during certain times. The carnival opens at 2PM on Wednesday. More details are available on Fiesta Show’s […]