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Mayor, Council, School Committee Sworn in Sunday

Medford’s elected officials were sworn in during the city’s inaugural ceremony on Sunday, January 5. The Mayor and members of the School Committee and City Council were each sworn into new two-year terms. More photos are available on the city’s website. Mayor Michael McGlynn was sworn into his fourteenth consecutive term by former City Councilor […]

City’s Inaugural Ceremony January 5th

Medford’s elected officials will be sworn in on Sunday, January 5, 2014. A public inauguration ceremony is being held at 1:00PM at Medford City Hall. Mayor Michael McGlynn, pictured above at the inauguration of 2012, is being sworn into his fourteenth consecutive term. He is the state’s longest-serving mayor. Each member of the School Committee […]

Medford School Committee Member to Lead State Association

Medford’s Ann Marie Cugno, a four-term veteran of that city’s School Committee will become President of the Massachusetts Association of School Committees (MASC). She will succeed Somerville School Committee member Mary Jo Rossetti at the state convention of school committee members and superintendents in Hyannis, MA on Friday, November 8. Ms. Cugno, who was unanimously […]

Adam Knight New City Councilor

- Allison Goldsberry On Tuesday Medford voters went to the polls to vote for candidates for Mayor, School Committee and City Council. Newcomer Adam Knight won a seat on the Medford City Council that became open following the retirement of long-time City Councilor Robert Maiocco. Incumbent city councilors Michael Marks, Breanna Lungo-Koehn, Paul Camuso, Fred […]

Vote Tuesday, November 5

It’s once again time for Medford voters to choose their local leaders. On Tuesday, November 5 voters will select the Mayor, School Committee members, and City Council members. Find out more about who is running and how to vote below. Links have been provided to candidate websites where applicable. Where to Vote A listing of […]

City to Choose New Leaders Tuesday, Nov. 5

It’s once again time for Medford voters to choose their local leaders. On Tuesday, November 5 voters will select the Mayor, School Committee members, and City Council members. Find out more about who is running and how to vote below. Links have been provided to candidate websites where applicable. Where to Vote A listing of […]

Cugno Announces Re-election Bid for School Committee

My name is Ann Marie Cugno. I am officially announcing my candidacy for re-election to the Medford School Committee. I am serving my fourth term on the Medford School Committee and it has been a wonderful experience, which I am humble to continue fulfilling. I have been a life long resident in the city and […]

Skerry Announces Campaign for School Committee

Robert Emmett Skerry, Jr. has announced that he is a candidate for re-election Medford School Committee this November. Skerry stated that he wants to put his years of experience to work for you and the children of Medford. Medford has vastly improved its standing among public schools in the area by constructing state-of-the-state school buildings […]

Anti-bullying Forum Tuesday

Medford School Committee member Ann Marie Cugno and State Representative Paul Donato are hosting an anti-bullying forum. “Bullying??? What is it? How can we avoid it? How do we respond to it?” is taking place on Tuesday, October 15, from 6:30-8:00PM at Medford High School. The event will feature Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan, Deputy […]

Anti-bullying Forum October 15

Medford School Committee member Ann Marie Cugno and State Representative Paul Donato are hosting an anti-bullying forum. “Bullying??? What is it? How can we avoid it? How do we respond to it?” is taking place on Tuesday, October 15, from 6:30-8:00PM at Medford High School. The event will feature Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan, Deputy […]

Special School Committee Meeting Wednesday

The Medford School Committee is holding a special meeting on Wednesday, August 21, according to information released by School Superintendent Roy Belson. The meeting agenda includes an update on the Medford High School pool as well as a report on cleaning contracts. After being closed for five years, the Medford High School pool will someday […]

Candidates Seek Local Offices

Story Updated 2:48PM Friday, August 2, 2013 – Allison Goldsberry Several candidates, both new and familiar, have formally announced their intentions to run for local office in Medford. As of the nomination paper filing deadline, thirteen candidates are competing for seven City Council seats and every current School Committee member is running for re-election unopposed. […]