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Councilor Knight to Hold Office Hours April 1st

Medford City Councillor Adam Knight will be holding office hours on Wednesday April 1st 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,” […]

Council Considering Steps to Address Opiate Addiction

From left: City Councilor Paul Camuso, Medford Public Schools Nurse Supervisor Toni Vento, Lead Physical Education teacher Rachel Perry, and Mystic Valley Regional Public Health Coalition’s Brook Hoyt. – Allison Goldsberry The Medford City Council is considering creating a task force and an ordinance for a substance abuse prevention coordinator position to address opiate addiction. […]

City Council to Hold Meeting About Opiate Addiction

The Medford City Council is holding a Committee of the Whole meeting next week to address the rising concern of opiate addiction and its effect on the community. The meeting was planned following emotional testimony before the City Council on March 3 by members of Overcoming Addiction. Their stories of personal struggle resonated with the […]

City Raises Money for Maintenance of Krystle Campbell Peace Garden

Hundreds attended a special fundraiser on Thursday night to raise money for the Krystle Campbell Peace Garden. The Peace Garden will honor victims of the Boston Marathon bombings and will include commemorative plaques for Medford’s Krystle Campbell as well as Lingzi Lu, Martin Richard and MIT Police Officer Sean Collier. According to information released by […]

Snow Emergency Declared in Medford

A snow emergency has once again been declared in Medford; it’s the winter that just won’t quit. The snow emergency goes into effect as of 6:00PM Sunday until further notice, according to information released by Medford Police Captain Barry Clemente. During snow emergencies, there is no parking allowed on central arteries and parking on side […]

City Raises Over $1 Million for Krystle Campbell Peace Garden

Medford has raised over $1 million for the Krystle Campbell Peace Garden, according to information released Friday by Mayor Michael McGlynn. The money raised has included both state funding and private donations. The Peace Garden will honor all victims of the Boston Marathon bombings, including Campbell, Lingzi Lu, Martin Richard and Officer Sean Collier, as […]

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 […]