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City Lifts Snow Emergency; Some Parking Restrictions Remain in Place

On Monday afternoon Medford DPW Commissioner Paul Gere lifted the snow emergency, which had been in effect for several weeks following historic snow fall. Due to conditions, parking is only allowed on the even side of the street until further notice, according to information from the Medford Police. “We ask that all residents and motorists […]

State Pitches in Equipment, Personnel to Help Medford With Snow Removal

Following record-breaking snow fall, the state is helping Medford clean up by providing much-needed equipment and personnel. According to information released by Mayor Michael McGlynn on Sunday, the state is loaning three Bobcats, two front end loaders, four dump trucks, and crews to Medford for the next couple of days. The help came shortly after […]

Mayor, School Superintendent Provide Snow Removal Update

Mayor Michael McGlynn and School Superintendent Roy Belson discussed snow removal during a City Hall press conference on Friday that covered a variety of topics. As the city braces for yet another significant storm, the Mayor said there is plenty of ice and salt to last through this stormy season. He also said the state […]

New Lt. Gov. Makes Stop in Medford

On Thursday Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito met with Medford Mayor Michael McGlynn during the Baker/Polito administration’s “Building Stronger Communities” tour. According to details released by Mayor McGlynn’s office, the Mayor thanked Polito for the city’s nearly half million increase in Chapter 90 aid, which will be used for infrastructure. They also discussed a request for […]

Stay Informed During Latest Snow Storm

Updated 2:39PM Monday, February 9, 2015 Medford Public Schools Closed Monday, Tuesday; Snow Emergency and Parking Ban Remain in Place Until at Least Tuesday The stormy forecast is causing more weather-related complications. All public buildings, including the Medford Public Schools, are closed Monday. Tufts University is closed. Medford’s snow emergency from last week’s storm was […]

Medford Police to Hold Public Meetings About New Parking Program

On Tuesday the Medford Police announced they will hold a series of public meetings to answer questions about the city’s new parking enforcement program. The meetings are scheduled to take place over the next three Wednesdays, according to a recorded message from Captain Barry Clemente. Chief Sacco and a representative from Republic Parking will be […]

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Lunch Monday

The Mystic Valley Area Branch NAACP and Medford’s Human Rights Commission are hosting the third annual Martin Luther King, Jr. event in Medford on Monday, January 19. “Where is the ‘Beloved Community’ in Medford? A Conversation with our High School Youth” is taking place from 12-2PM at the West Medford Community Center (111 Arlington Street, […]

Parking Enforcement Under New Program to Begin January 15th

According to information released by the city, enforcement of the new parking program will begin this month. Enforcement of the paid parking in the business districts will begin January 15. The business districts include Medford Square, Haines Square, West Medford Square, South Medford, the Hillside, Playstead Road, and Boston Avenue near Tufts. Payment for spots […]

‘World Cafe’ Event Thursday, Jan. 15th

Team Medford in collaboration with the Medford High School Gay Straight Alliance Club, INTERACT Club and Amnesty International Club will be holding a World Café event on Thursday January 15th 2015, starting at 6:30pm in the Medford High School Lobby. The World Café is a safe space where youth and adults can have conversations about […]

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,, 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” […]