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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 […]

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 […]

City Council to Hold Budget Hearings

The Medford City Council is in the process of reviewing the final budget of Mayor Michael McGlynn’s long career. The $155 million budget is more than $5 million more than this year’s budget. The schools are receiving nearly $53 million, an amount that is $1.8 million more than the current budget. The Council’s first budget […]

Crowley Running for Medford City Council

Medford resident and business leader Mark Crowley recently announced his candidacy for Medford City Council.  “We have an incredible opportunity for a fresh start in Medford. We need to start addressing the issues that affect each of us and our families every day. But, we can’t keep electing the same people and somehow expect different […]

Marks Seeking Re-Election to City Council

Let me begin by saying what I hope all of you already know about me: I love this city! It has been my passion for as long as I can remember, and it is why I have devoted the better half of my adult life to public service here in Medford. We are poised on […]

D’Aveta Announces Council Candidacy

As a homeowner, a taxpayer, a parent of school children and a concerned resident of this city, I have decided to seek one of seven seats on the Medford City Council. This decision does not come lightly, as I believe Medford is at a critical juncture in its history. Over the last decade, we have […]

Penta to Run for Mayor

On Wednesday long-time City Councilor Robert Penta announced his candidacy for Mayor of Medford. So far his former Council colleague, Stephanie Muccini Burke, is the only other formerly declared candidate. Burke recently resigned as Medford’s budget director to pursue her mayoral candidacy. The following statement and photo was submitted by Councilor Penta for publication: Hello […]

McGlynn Submits Final Budget as Mayor

The Medford City Council will review the final budget of Mayor Michael McGlynn’s career this week. The $155 million budget is more than $5 million more than this year’s budget. The schools are receiving nearly $53 million, an amount that is $1.8 million more than the current budget. The School Committee have been hearing from […]

Falco Seeking Council Seat

On Sunday, May 3rd John C. Falco, Jr. officially announced his candidacy for the Medford City Council. Falco is currently serving in his third term on the Medford School Committee and is currently Vice Chair. During his tenure on the School Committee, Falco has played a key role in the ongoing transformation of the Medford […]

Osborne Announces City Council Campaign

Local Civil Rights Attorney and Community Leader Neil Osborne is running for Medford City Council. In a move that surprised no one in Medford, the highly engaged community leader’s campaign announced today that he is again a candidate for Medford City Council. In the video release, the candidate talks about his appreciation for the people […]