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New DPW Yard to be Dedicated to Former Mayor Pompeo May 3rd

The opening of the new state-of-the-art Department of Public Works facility will be dedicated to former Mayor Alfred P. Pompeo in a special ceremony on Sunday, May 3 at 1:00PM at 21 James Street. The dedication ceremony will feature Medford’s Alumni Band, under the direction of Mrs. Marsha Caron, representatives from the United States Army, […]

Councilor Knight to Hold Office Hours May 6th

Medford City Councillor Adam Knight will be holding office hours on Wednesday May 6th at 4:30pm in Room 207 at City Hall. “Office hours is an opportunity for us to sit down and discuss your questions, concerns and ideas on how we can keep Medford moving forward – so please do not hesitate to attend,” […]

Burke Resigns from City Position to Pursue Mayoral Candidacy

Medford’s Director of Budget and Personnel, Stephanie Muccini Burke, publicly announced on Thursday she is resigning from her position to pursue her candidacy for Mayor. Her resignation is effective on May 15. The following is her April 21 resignation letter to outgoing Mayor Michael McGlynn; Burke formally announced on that day her intention to run […]

Camuso Not Running for Mayor

Over the last week I have been so humbled by the encouragement and support that I have received to run for Mayor in the city that I proudly call my hometown. I owe each and every person a sincere thank you. To those of you who have reached out to me in one form or […]

Amirault Seeking School Committee Seat

Dear Fellow Medford Citizens, My name is John Amirault, and I am a first-time candidate for the Medford School Committee; I respectfully ask for one of your six votes for School Committee on November 3rd, 2015. I am a public school teacher and coach at Arlington High School and a lifelong resident of Medford. I […]

Burke Announces Candidacy for Mayor

As I reflect on the future of this great city, I couldn’t help but look at the impact Medford has had on my life and how it molded me into the person I am today. I grew up in Wellington and graduated Medford High School; my husband Brian and I started our family on Belle […]

Paul Revere Coming to Medford Monday

Medford will hold its annual Patriot’s Day events on Monday to mark the anniversary of the first battles of the American Revolution. The morning always includes a visit from Paul Revere, who rides through Medford on his infamous ride to warn colonists of the coming of the “regulars.” Festivities begin at 10AM at City Hall. […]

New DPW Yard to be Dedicated to Former Mayor Pompeo May 3rd

The opening of the new state-of-the-art Department of Public Works facility will be dedicated to former Mayor Alfred P. Pompeo in a special ceremony on Sunday, May 3 at 1:00PM at 21 James Street. The dedication ceremony will feature Medford’s Alumni Band, under the direction of Mrs. Marsha Caron, representatives from the United States Army, […]

Mayor McGlynn Not Seeking Re-Election

McGlynn is pictured at what’s now his last inauguration ceremony in January 2014. His current term is over at the end of 2015. On Monday Mayor Michael McGlynn, the state’s longest serving Mayor currently in his twenty-eighth year, announced he is not seeking re-election in the fall. He released the following statement: “Mayor Michael J. […]

City Seeking Public Comments on Dog Park Location

Mayor Michael J. McGlynn and the Paws4Medford Committee are seeking residents’ comments on a proposed site for Medford’s dog park. The Committee is a group of volunteers who have identified the Stanton Foundation as a possible funding source. “Public comment is a critical step in the process,” said Mayor McGlynn. “It will be followed by […]