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2 new restaurants are opening in Medford Square in 2018- here's what we know so far: http://www.medfordtop10.com/2018/03/13/tequila-bar-opening-in-medford-square/
From our local partner CambridgeDay.com http://www.medfordtop10.com/2018/03/05/communities-enduring-logan-flight-noise-see-cause-for-optimism-in-mit-center-study/
From the Medford Politics page... MAYOR STEPHANIE M. BURKE ANNOUNCES PRESS CONFERENCE MAYOR STEPHANIE MUCCINI BURKE·WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2018 For Immediate Release Press Contact: Lauren Feltch, email@example.com; 781-393-2405 Wednesday, February 21, 2018 MEDFORD: The series of events that have arisen since the discovery of a magazine clip at the McGlynn Middle School on December 29, 2017, including the clear failure to promptly report this discovery are equally horrifying and concerning. As Mayor of the City it is my job to address this matter deliberately and comprehensively. The paramount task of every Mayor is to protect all residents and first among them are our children. In this effort, there is no room for error. To that end, I will have a press conference tomorrow morning at 12 p.m. in Room 202, Medford City Hall 85 George P. Hassett Drive, Medford, MA., to describe the steps that have and will be implemented to ascertain what occurred and to insure, that every child, teacher and employee will enter a safe educational environment on Monday, February 26, 2018. Nothing else will suffice.
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...little TOO interesting.As that confab approaches (March 2, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education Center at 10 Winter Place in Boston), it’s gotten hard to keep track of the rapid, alarming, enormous developments...
...m.; Sunnyside Terrace – An intoxicated person was advised by an officer.9:59 a.m.; Brookings Street and George Street – A motor vehicle accident was reported.1:13 p.m.; Ninth Street – Larceny was reported...
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/
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/
...of interest and/or resume to Linda Coletti, Secretary to Mayor Burke, Medford City Hall, 85 George P. Hassett Drive...
...Mayor@medford-ma.gov or via mail to Mayor Stephanie Burke, Room 202, City Hall, 85 George P. Hassett Drive, Medford, MA 02155. Applications will also be available at the Mayor’s...
School Superintendent Search Process Mayor Stephanie Muccini Burke convened the Medford School Committee to begin the official process of searching for the next Superintendent for the Medford Public Schools. After appropriate discussion, it was decided that the search will seek individuals both from within as well as outside the district, in order to provide multiple options for the selection of a new Superintendent. The School Committee, at the Mayor’s direction, has produced a brochure, a citywide survey for community input, and an application form for potential candidates. Mayor Burke will be appointing an (11) member search committee, who will work with the Massachusetts Association of School Committees and the Medford School Committee, to screen eligible applicants. Their goal is to provide a group of highly qualified finalists for public interviews. “The Superintendent search will be an open and transparent process. We urge the community to get involved and participate. We want to know what you would like to see in our next Superintendent of Schools. The search committee will conduct a thorough screening to identify candidates both inside, as well as, outside the school district. The Search Committee will represent a cross section of the schools and the community. It is my intent that a diversified group of professional educators, parents, community leaders, and citizens will apply for appointment to this committee,” said Mayor Burke. Interested parties should complete the below application and return it to Mayor Burke’s Office, no later than January 29, 2018, via email to Mayor@medford-ma.gov or via mail to Mayor Stephanie Burke, Room 202, City Hall, 85 George P. Hassett Drive, Medford, MA 02155. Applications will also be available at the Mayor’s Office, the Medford Public Library and the Parent Information Center at Medford High School. Download application (PDF): https://drive.google.com/file/d/195X9PvDFHIYyBQw4ujH4bA7X6ajcEa5u/view?usp=sharing
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