Oct 31

Election 2017: What to expect next Tuesday

St. Francis Parish Center; 441 Fellsway West (St. Clare Road and Fulton Street entrance)

Roberts Elementary School; 35 Court St. (Park Street entrance)

Lawrence Memorial Hospital; 170 Governors Avenue

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Andrews Middle School; 3000 Mystic Valley Parkway (near Hormel Stadium) – Cafeteria

Fire Fighter’s Club; 340 Salem St.

Temple Shalom; 475 Winthrop St.

Tufts University; Gantcher Center Rear, 161 College Avenue

Walkling Court, Fondacaro Center, 22 Walkling Court, off Auburn and North Streets

Columbus Elementary School; 37 Hicks Avenue (off Main Street) – Cafeteria

West Medford Fire Station, 26 Harvard Avenue, (parking limited)

Brooks Elementary School, 388 High St. (Allston Street entrance by playground)

Mystic Valley Towers, Mystic Place, 3600 Mystic Valley Parkway, North Building (by Hormel Stadium), North Building Entrance

McGlynn K-8 Public School; 3004 Mystic Valley Parkway (by Hormel Stadium) – Cafeteria

Senior Center; 101 Riverside Avenue

VFW; 114 Mystic Avenue

    Election 2017: What to expect next Tuesday
    Medford residents will have the opportunity to vote on Nov. 7 for candidates for City Council, School Committee and Mayor.Candidates for MayorThis year, Mayor Stephanie M. Burke is running for reelection. A former city councilor and budget and personnel director under former mayor Michael J.
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Oct 20

Fairs and Festivals in eastern Mass.

STOW — Carver Hill Orchard, 101 Brookside Ave., 978-897-6117, www.carverhillorchard.com.

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Connors Farm — 30 Valley Road, Danvers, 978-777-1245; https://www.connorsfarm.com/. Through Oct. 31, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Maze Hotline: 978-777-1245.

ASHLAND — Federated Church of Ashland, 118 Main St., daily from 2-5 p.m.

LEXINGTON — Pilgrim Church, 55 Coolidge Ave., through Oct. 31. Pumpkins are available in many different sizes and shapes from petite sugar pumpkins to classic orange beauties weighing up to 50 pounds.

NEWTON — United Parish of Auburndale, 64 Hancock St., Auburndale (patch will along the Woodland Road side of the church), daily through Oct. 31 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Bake sale, too. Proceeds benefit church programs.

KING RICHARD’S FAIRE — Weekends, Sept. 2-Oct. 22, including Columbus Day. Gates open at 10:30 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. New England’s greatest Renaissance fair returns to the grounds at 235 Main St., Carver. Information: https://kingrichardsfaire.net/

FALL CRAFT AND VENDOR FAIR — at Framingham Eagles Club, 55 Park St., Framingham, on Oct. 21, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. To benefit local Framingham charities...

HARVEST FEST 2017 — Grace Chapel, 525 Main Street, Watertown, on Oct. 21, 1-6 p.m. Free. A free, family event featuring inflatables...

TALES FROM THE CRYPT — Andover Historical Society, 97 Main St., Andover, on Oct. 21, 4:30 p.m. Free. Participants will gather in the old...

GOTHIC HALLOWEEN — Oct. 22, 5 p.m. Second Church in Newton, 60 Highland St., West Newton. A concert fundraiser for Puerto Rico. Features news anchor and sportscaster Josh Brogadir...

SHEEP PASTURE SPOOKTACULAR — NRT Sheep Pasture, 307 Main St, North Easton, on Oct. 28, 4-7 p.m. A great family-friendly event that...

...ROCKY HORROR” SCREENING — The Center for Arts in Natick 14 Summer St., Natick. Do you remember going to midnight showings of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” when...

TRUNK O’ TREAT — Middleton Congregational Church, 66 Maple St., Middleton, on Oct. 29, 4-5:30 p.m. Free. A celebration of the season...

JACK O’LANTERN CONTEST — Eliot Church, 45 Eliot St., South Natick, Oct. 30 from 5-9 p.m. Pumpkin-carvers are invited to bring their creations the day before, have them on display, then bring them home in time for the big night. Information: email info@theeliotchurch.org.

    Fairs and Festivals in eastern Mass.
    Have some Halloween fun. CORN MAZES Here's a "short list" of corn mazes in the area. Connors Farm - 30 Valley Road, Danvers, 978-777-1245; https://www.connorsfarm.com/. Through Oct. 31, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Maze Hotline: 978-777-1245. Davis Farm - 142 Redstone Hill, Sterling, 978-422-8888; http://davismegamaze.com/. The Mega Farm Festival, including the Mega Maze, is now open.
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Oct 17

Medford Police Logs, Oct. 6 - 16

2:12 p.m.; Forest Street and Webster Street – A motor vehicle accident was reported.

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4:28 p.m.; Medford Street and Winter Hill Road – A motor vehicle accident was reported.

5:13 p.m.; High Street and Winthrop Street – A motor vehicle accident was reported.

8:17 a.m.; Boston Avenue and Winthrop Street – A pedestrian accident was reported.

5:19 p.m.; Riverside Avenue and Sycamore Avenue – A motor vehicle accident was reported.

10:49 a.m.; Main Street and Golden Avenue – A motor vehicle accident was reported.

8:36 a.m.; Lawrence Road and Winthrop Street – A motor vehicle accident was reported.

    Medford Police Logs, Oct. 6 - 16
    The following is a selection from the Medford Police Department logs from Oct. 6-15.Oct. 64:54 p.m.; High Street - A pedestrian accident was reported.7:14 p.m.; Emerald Street - A suspicious person was arrested.7:25 p.m.; Rock Glen Road - A missing person was reported.8:15 p.m.; Medford Street - A hit and run was reported.
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Oct 13

Fairs and Festivals in eastern Mass.

STOW — Carver Hill Orchard, 101 Brookside Ave., 978-897-6117, www.carverhillorchard.com.

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Connors Farm — 30 Valley Road, Danvers, 978-777-1245; https://www.connorsfarm.com/. Through Oct. 31, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Maze Hotline: 978-777-1245.

NEWTON — United Parish of Auburndale, 64 Hancock St., Auburndale (patch will along the Woodland Road side of the church), daily through Oct. 31 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Bake sale, too. Proceeds benefit church programs.

KING RICHARD’S FAIRE — Weekends, Sept. 2-Oct. 22, including Columbus Day. Gates open at 10:30 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. New England’s greatest Renaissance fair returns to the grounds at 235 Main St., Carver. Information: https://kingrichardsfaire.net/

PUMPKIN FESTIVAL — Horace Mann School, 40 Damon Ave, Melrose, on Oct. 14, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Featuring a haunted house, pony rides, face painting, crafts, games and more. For information: http://horacemann.melroseschools.com/#sthash.QjyHS3ef.dpbs.

ANNUAL FALL FAIR & PUMPKIN FEST — Dedham Community House, 671 High St., Dedham, on Oct. 15, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. DCH, Dedham Parent Time and...

    Fairs and Festivals in eastern Mass.
    Have some Halloween fun. CORN MAZES Here's a "short list" of corn mazes in the area. Connors Farm - 30 Valley Road, Danvers, 978-777-1245; https://www.connorsfarm.com/. Through Oct. 31, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Maze Hotline: 978-777-1245. Davis Farm - 142 Redstone Hill, Sterling, 978-422-8888; http://davismegamaze.com/. The Mega Farm Festival, including the Mega Maze, is now open.
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Sep 27

5 Things to do this week: Sept. 29-Oct. 6

...Reservation: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 30, Christopher P. Dunne Visitor Center, 177 Forest St., Saugus. The community is invited to the annual Fall Festival for a variety of activities...

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3 Children�s Concert: 2 p.m. Oct. 1, Americal Civic Center, 467 Main St., Wakefield. The Middlesex Concert Band will continue the annual tradition of a free concert to...

    5 Things to do this week: Sept. 29-Oct. 6
    1 Fall Festival at Breakheart Reservation: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 30, Christopher P. Dunne Visitor Center, 177 Forest St., Saugus. The community is invited to the annual Fall Festival for a variety of activities for kids and adults. The event will feature field games, a petting zoo, cider press demo, pumpkin decorating, arts and crafts and more.
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