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    Some Tips for Dealing with This Nasty Cold & Flu Season
    Editor's note: Track cold and flu activity by zip code on this map: https://symptoms.webmd.com/cold-flu-map/default.htm - Johnelle Whipple, HCP at Mucinex With disrupted sleep, throat irritation, body aches, a runny, stuffy nose and more, it's easy to see why cough and cold season is no fun. While there's a lot you can do to help manage...

Feb 14



    Thousands in Scholarships Available for Medford Residents
    The James and Thelma Connors Scholarship Fund is offering fifty $3,000 scholarships to Medford residents attending any high school. The Scholarship Fund is in memory of the Connors, former Medford residents. James, a Medford High School graduate and veteran, established the foundation after deciding he would like to make a difference in the lives of...

Feb 13



    Retired Medford Cop Seeking Living Kidney Donor
    Allison Goldsberry Retired Medford cop Bob Rockwell has been living with chronic kidney disease for thirty years, almost as long as he has served as a patrolman. The Medford resident, whose son will be joining the Marines, started his career in Stoneham before joining the Medford Police.

Feb 12

Nominate someone for Citizen of the Year and ...

Nominate someone for Citizen of the Year and other exciting news from the Medford Chamber of Commerce: http://www.medfordtop10.com/2018/02/11/latest-news-from-the-medford-chamber-of-commerce/

    Latest News from the Medford Chamber of Commerce
    Nominations Open for Citizen of the Year Award Do you know someone that goes above and beyond the call of duty? Do you know of someone that volunteers their time to contribute to the betterment of the community or welfare of its citizens? If so, consider nominating them for the Medford Chamber of Commerce Citizen...

Feb 11



    Former Tufts President Selected to Lead Harvard
    Allison Goldsberry Former Tufts University President Lawrence "Larry" Bacow has been named as Harvard University's next president, according to multiple published accounts. Bacow, Tufts' president for a decade, will become Harvard's twenty-ninth leader on July 1. He has been at Harvard since leaving the home of the Jumbos, teaching at the Graduate School of...

Feb 08



    TEDxTufts to Feature Talks by Local Community Members
    TEDxTufts, an event characterized by a series of short talks on a variety of subjects from carefully selected speakers from the greater Tufts community, will be occurring on March 11, from 12 pm to 4 pm in Tufts' Cohen Auditorium, and tickets will be on sale at TuftsTickets.com on February 23.

Feb 07



    'Guns n' Hoses' Charity Hockey Game Feb. 9th
    The Medford Police and Fire departments will hit the ice to fight cancer during the fourth annual "Guns n' Hoses" charity hockey game. The game is taking place at 7 pm at LoConte Rink, 97 Locust Street on Friday, February 9. Admission is free but donations will be accepted at the door.

Feb 07

Former Vice President Al Gore is speaking at ...

Former Vice President Al Gore is speaking at Tufts tonight; more details and a link to watch live online here: http://www.medfordtop10.com/2018/01/28/al-gore-coming-to-tufts-february-7th/

    Al Gore Coming to Tufts February 7th
    Event will kick off semester-long Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series for spring The Tisch College of Civic Life at Tufts University will host former Vice President Al Gore for an event focused on climate change, politics, and public service on Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 6:15 p.m.

Feb 07



    Wynn Resorts CEO Resigns
    Steve Wynn, CEO of Wynn Resorts, announced in a statement he is stepping down. Wynn has endured weeks of negative publicity following public allegations of years of sexual misconduct. The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is conducting a "regulatory review" of Wynn's license to construct a casino in Everett.

Feb 05



    WalkMedford Hosting Walk for Humans, Dogs Feb. 17th
    Humans and their furry companions are invited to attend a community dog walk hosted by WalkMedford. The event acknowledges the opening of Medford's first dog park and the Chinese New Year celebration for the "2018 Year of the Dog." The walk, taking place on Saturday, February 17, begins promptly at 10 am at the Krystle...

Feb 03



    Patriots legend Steve Grogan meets fans at Modell's ahead of Super Bowl
    MEDFORD, MA (WHDH) - Patriots legend Steve Grogan met with fans in Medford ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl match up between the Pats and Eagles. Grogan played quarterback for the Patriots from 1975 to 1990. He visited fans at the Modell's Sporting Goods store and signed autographs Friday evening.

Feb 03



    Frisco, Jazzy, Kathy, & Tig Seeking Homes
    Frisco My name is Frisco and I'm a very friendly five-year-old male cat. My foster mom says that I'm a very special cat. I am quite a character and I keep her laughing because my personality is very "dog-like". I love to be with my humans and follow them around, especially if they have food....

Feb 02



    Zonta Club Hosting Annual Chocolate Auction
    Buy a gift for someone special or satisfy your own chocolate cravings just in time for Valentine's Day. Zonta Club of Medford is holding its annual fundraising event on Sunday, February 11 at 2:00 pm. The Chocolate Auction takes place in the lobby of Lawrence Memorial Hospital, 170 Governor's Ave., in Medford.

Feb 02



    'Pre-Construction Activity' Beginning for Green Line Extension
    The new Green Line extension project contractors, selected in November, are beginning "pre-construction" activities, according to a public notice from MassDOT. "Field work in the coming days will include land survey activities to be followed by soil drilling/boring, limited tree & vegetation removal, and pre-construction property surveys for abutting homes and businesses along the existing...

Feb 01



    Medford Native Participating in World Marathon Challenge
    Dave McGillivray, Boston Marathon race director and renowned endurance athlete, headed to Dubai as part of globetrotting team running seven marathons in seven days across all seven continents Dave McGillivray, race director of the B.A.A. Boston Marathon and owner of DMSE Sports, is headed to Dubai, having just completed the third leg of the World...

Feb 01



    February Arts and Cultural Events in Medford
    February is for lovers . . . especially lovers of art and culture in Medford. The month offers a wide variety of nearly 50 events in the city, including: - Chevalier Theatre welcomes former Vice President Joe Biden (Feb. 1), comedian Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias (Feb. 9-11), David Bowie band mates (Feb.

Jan 29



    Medford Target's Opening Pushed from March to Summer
    Allison Goldsberry Target's plans to open a "small format" store in Medford have been pushed back from March until the summer. "When we announce that a new Target store is coming to a community, we typically share the projected timing for opening," said a statement from Target.

Jan 28



    Medford Travel Agency Continues to Provide Value in Internet Era
    Medford's Mystic Valley Travel is the subject of a recent Boston Globe feature story that describes how the business has figured out how to provide value to customers despite changes in air travel and the popular use of flight search sites. Read more on The Globe's website. - InsideMedford.com

Jan 23



    Report: Renting in Medford More Expensive than Somerville
    A new report shows Medford's rents have surpassed those of the notoriously expensive neighboring city of Somerville. The Zumper Boston Metro Report checked out December rents for one bedrooms in several Boston area communities. The median rent was $1,805. Only Boston, Brookline, and Cambridge were more expensive than Medford and all were far above the...

Jan 22



    Medford Restaurant Week Jan. 22 through Jan. 28
    Back by popular demand! The Medford Chamber of Commerce is once again hosting Medford's own Restaurant Week. The event, taking place from Monday, January 22 through Sunday, January 28, is intended to bring awareness to Medford's "many fine restaurants, coffee shops, bars and sweet shops." Restaurant Week will provide local eateries an opportunity to showcase...

Jan 22

InsideMedford.com shared Medford Police Patro...


    Medford Police Patrolmen's Association
    Medford Police Patrolmen's Association, Medford, Massachusetts. 2,176 likes · 196 talking about this · 1 was here. The Medford Police Patrolmen's Association represents all sworn Patrol Officers...

Jan 18



    Tufts Neighborhood Service Fund Seeks Local Applications
    Non-profit organizations in Medford are invited to apply for grants from the Tufts Neighborhood Service Fund (TNSF). The TNSF collects donations from faculty and staff at Tufts University throughout the year and then awards small grants to community-based, charitable organizations that serve Tufts' host communities. All of the TNSF funds go to nonprofit organizations.

Jan 18



    Walgreens Plans to Convert Rite Aid Stores
    Walgreens plans on converting some of the Rite Aid stores it owns, according to information on the company's website. While specific stores weren't named, Walgreens said its Rite Aid stores in the Northeast will be among the first to be converted to Walgreens. Medford has two Rite Aids that could potentially be affected, one in...

Jan 16



    New Japanese Restaurant Coming to Medford
    A popular ramen restaurant has hinted at opening its doors in Medford, according to Eater Boston. Pikaichi operated in Allston for seven years and recently closed down due to rising rent costs. A photo shared on Facebook seemed to indicate the restaurant took over the Boston Avenue location formerly occupied by Mexican restaurant Emiliano'z, which...

Jan 13



    Gov. Baker to Join Medford CVS for Announcement
    Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker will swing by Medford on Friday to join CVS for its announcement about expanding its Health Medication Disposal Program in Massachusetts. Gov. Baker will join Secretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders, Attorney General Maura Healey and CVS Health Executive Vice President Tom Moriarty at the CVS located at the...

Jan 12



    Medford, Somerville Basketball Teams to Play at Tufts
    The Medford High School Mustangs and Somerville High School Highlanders girls and boys basketball teams will continue their rivalry at the 2nd Annual Tufts Classic on Sunday, Jan. 14, at the Cousens Gymnasium on Tufts' Medford/Somerville campus. The girls' game will tip off at 2:30 p.m., and the boys' game will tip off at 4...

Jan 11



    Gov. Baker to Join Medford CVS for Announcement
    Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker will swing by Medford on Friday to join CVS for its announcement about expanding its Health Medication Disposal Program in Massachusetts. Gov. Baker will join Secretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders, Attorney General Maura Healey and CVS Health Executive Vice President Tom Moriarty at the CVS located at the...

Jan 11



    Local Restaurant Closes; Chamber to Host Restaurant Week
    Emiliano'z Mexican Grill Closes On December 29 Emiliano'z Mexican Grill closed its doors after nine years in business on Boston Avenue. "We are so grateful for all of our fans over the years," said a statement posted to Facebook. "We are really proud of what we have accomplished...and hope that we have helped in some...

Jan 07



    Long-time Owner of Popular Ice Cream Shop Passes Away
    Colleen Hallisey, the long-time owner of Colleen's ice cream shop in Medford Square, passed away January 4 after battling an illness. Colleen's released the following statement on Facebook: "As many of you may have heard, Colleen Hallisey passed away. Colleen had been ill and in the hospital but, never forgot about her customers and those...

Jan 05

Medford’s snow emergency will be lifted as of...

Medford’s snow emergency will be lifted as of 6 pm Friday, which means the parking ban is no longer in place on city roads.


Jan 04

InsideMedford.com shared Medford Firefighters...


    Medford Firefighters Local 1032
    When shoveling today make sure to keep snow clear from your home's dryer vent and heating exhaust vent, as well as your vehicle's tailpipe. If any of these get obstructed by snow it could cause a...

Jan 04

The latest weather forecast and important lin...

The latest weather forecast and important links to keep informed: http://www.medfordtop10.com/2018/01/04/schools-closed-for-2-straight-days-snow-emergency-in-place/

    Schools Closed for 2 Straight Days; Snow Emergency in Place
    Allison Goldsberry The area's first big snow storm could bring a foot or more of snow on Thursday, according to the latest local forecast from the National Weather Service. The Medford Public Schools are closed Thursday and Friday due to the storm and the bitter cold expected to follow.

Jan 01



    January Arts & Cultural Events in Medford
    Happy New Year from CACHE, the Coalition for Arts, Culture and a Healthy Economy in Medford! Thank you to everyone who presented, sponsored, attended, publicized or covered any of the 605 arts and culture events that appeared on the Medford Arts and Cultural Event Calendar in 2017.

Dec 30



    Medford Resident, Arlington Teacher Leads, then Loses 'Jeopardy!'
    With a slim lead right up to the final round, Arlington High English teacher Justin Bourassa lost in the end at "Jeopardy!"" on Wednesday, Dec. 20. The question about which country's last three queens abdicated in favor of their children -- the Netherlands -- stumped all but the winner, Kate O'Connor of Florence, N.J.

Dec 29



    MA Gov., US Senator to Attend Medford's Inauguration
    Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and US Senator Edward Markey will attend Medford's inaugural ceremony on New Year's Eve. The event is taking place at 10 am at Medford High School's Caron Theater. A light brunch will follow in Bistro 489, the new student-run restaurant that's part of the Culinary Arts program.

Dec 29



    'City on a Hill' TV Show to Film in Medford
    Allison Goldsberry A Boston-based crime drama created by no other than hometown heroes Matt Damon and Ben Affleck will soon film some scenes in Medford. "City on a Hill" will debut on Showtime and is a series about the "Boston Miracle," an effort during the 90s to crack down on crime.


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