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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 […]

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,” […]

Knight Boosts Alumni Scholarship Fund With Another Donation

Medford High School graduate and City Councilor Adam Knight has once again made a generous contribution to the Medford High School Alumni Association (MHSAA). The 1996 MHS alum has committed to donating $250 annually, which will allow the MHSAA to offer larger scholarships to graduating seniors. The MHSAA is extremely grateful for Knight’s thoughtful gifts. […]

Scarpelli Seeks Council Seat

George Scarpelli, a three-term Medford School Committee Member and experienced municipal director, announced his candidacy for Medford City Council today. “I have had the privilege of serving the children and families of Medford for the past twenty years as an educator, coach, and as a member of the Medford School Committee,” Scarpelli said. “My time […]

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 […]

Councilor Camuso Not Seeking Re-Election in 2015

Long-time Medford City Councilor Paul Camuso announced today he will not seek re-election in 2015. The following is an announcement Camuso released on Thursday afternoon: Dear Friends and Colleagues: As the New Year approaches and after consulting with my family, I have decided that I will not seek reelection to the Medford City Council in […]