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City Council Passes FY2016 Budget

On Tuesday, June 30 the Medford City Council voted 5-2, with Councilors Robert Penta and Breanna Lungo-Koehn dissenting, to pass the city’s budget for fiscal year 2016, which began July 1. The $155,634,445 includes $52,933,000 for the schools, an amount that was unanimously approved by the School Committee in June, and a $252,325 increase in […]

Van der Kloot Endorses Burke

To the Citizens of Medford, It is with great respect that I endorse Stephanie Muccini Burke to be the next Mayor of Medford. As a member of the Medford school committee I have had many opportunities to interact with Stephanie over the years.  She is always professional, insightful, smart and respectful. Stephanie brought these qualities […]

Cugno Endorses Burke for Mayor

It is with pleasure and pride I endorse Stephanie Muccini Burke for Mayor of the City of Medford. I honestly can say my relationship with Stephanie is encompassed in a wide spectrum. From childhood friends, kindergarten through adulthood, we have lived right here in the City of Medford. As mother’s raising our children, to professional […]

City Council Announces Summer Meeting Schedule

The Medford City Council will meet at the following times over the summer, according to City Clerk Ed Finn: Tuesday, June 30, 2015 @7:00 PM Tuesday July 21, 2015 @7:00 PM Tuesday, August 11, 2015 @7:00 PM Tuesday September 22, 2015 @7:00 PM Tuesday, September 29, 2015 @7:00 PM Council meetings are broadcast live on […]

Kreatz Seeks School Committee Seat

I am Kathy Miles Kreatz I would like to ask you to take a few moments of your time to let you know I am announcing my candidacy for Medford School Committee. As a member of the Medford School Committee: I shall work hard to ensure that our wonderful public schools continue to improve and […]

Mustone Running for School Committee

My name is Mea Quinn Mustone; my husband Tim and I are the parents of six children, ages 12-2 (Quinn, Teagan, Cullen, Nevin, Rowan and Declan). I am a life-long resident of Medford and I proudly and humbly announce my candidacy for the Medford School Committee. For the past five years, I have been actively […]

Cummings Foundation Supports New Academic Building for Tufts

Tufts University today announced plans for a new academic building to be constructed at the MBTA’s GLX College Avenue station in Medford with generous support from William and Joyce Cummings through Cummings Foundation, Inc. The building will support Tufts’ mission of teaching and research. Bill Cummings, founder of Cummings Properties and co-founder of Cummings Foundation, […]

Murphy Announces Campaign for School Committee

Hello my name is Chris Murphy and it is with great pleasure that I announce to the great citizens of this city my candidacy for the Medford School Committee. I will bring a unique perspective to decision-making due to my experiences taking the MCAS, utilizing special education services, participating in various community organizations and having […]

Dello Russo Endorses Burke for Mayor

– Frederick Dello Russo, Jr. It is with pride and confidence that I endorse the candidacy of Stephanie Muccini Burke for the office of Mayor of Medford. I have had the privilege of serving with Stephanie on the Medford City Council for several terms as well as working with her in her more recent role […]

Mayor McGlynn’s Final MHS/MVTHS Graduation Remarks

Superintendent Belson, Headmaster Dr. Perella, Vocational Director Riccion, fellow School Committee members, faculty, family members and the class of 2015. It is with great pleasure that I bring to you the congratulations and best wishes of all the citizens of Medford upon the occasion of your high school graduation! As a class, you have accomplished […]