The Office of Veterans’ Services is currently collecting items to be sent to military personnel stationed in the Middle East or overseas for our annual “Operation Medford Cares.” These items would otherwise not be available to our service personnel. We are always looking for volunteers to donate requested items, help assemble packages, pick up donations, etc. Desired items include letters of encouragement and thanks, used or new DVD/CD’s, used or new soft covered books, new AA batteries, things that remind them of home, etc. Please click here to download a full list of authorized items (PDF). We can accept only
If your parents don’t drive and they are 60+ or adults living with a disability – or if you are in a similar situation – a free program from Mystic Valley Elder Services can help you stay active. TRIP gives riders mileage reimbursement money to pay friends, neighbors, and in some cases, certain relatives to take them anywhere they need or want to go, any day, any time. Riders get to doctors and stores. They visit friends and family. They dine out or enjoy other social activities. TRIP helps people expand their range of destinations, even if they use the
Circle the Square is returning for its second season, with music, art, activities and other free entertainment throughout Medford Square for people of all ages from 3-7 pm on the third Thursday of each month, June through September. Visit us at www.circlethesquare.org for more details on our scheduled activities and events. Our dates this season are June 20, July 18, August 15 and September 19.
On June 1st, 2013 the Medford Police Department and Beverly Police Department played a charity hockey game at the O’keefe Rink in Peabody, followed by a benefit fundraiser at the Spotlight Tavern in Beverly, to raise money for the Krystle Campbell Scholarship Fund. Medford PD prevailed in a thrilling overtime shootout victory in a hard fought and well played game by both teams. But the real winner was the Scholarship Fund. The Krystle Campbell Scholarship Fund was set up through the Medford Public Schools and was established to provide college scholarships to deserving students from the City of Medford on
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Public Meeting Want information about the Mystic River spill? Come to hear representatives from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, Mystic River Watershed Association, the City of Medford, and Town of Arlington Get your questions answered Saturday, June 8 9:00 am West Medford Community Center 111 Arlington Street, Medford
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Medford Farmers Market now in its seventh summer season! The Medford Farmers Market begins the summer season Thursday, June 6th! About twenty local farmers, growers, and other producers will be available to directly sell a wide variety of fresh and handmade goods. The Farmers Market is open every Thursday, 3-7 pm, on the lawn at 1 City Hall Mall, behind Medford City Hall. The Market will run through October 17th. Shoppers will be able to choose from produce vendors, hand-crafted pasta and cheeses, locally raised meats, Massachusetts wines, locally baked breads, fresh flowers, candies and desserts, sauces and dips, popsicles,
Friday night a tanker crashed at the intersection of Mystic Valley Parkway and Medford St in Arlington, spilling approximately 10,000 gallons of home heating fuel. The fuel ran into the storm drains which let out directly into the Mystic River. Medford officials have been coordinating directly with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP). “A major spill like this one falls under the jurisdiction of MassDEP and we are cooperating fully with them in their cleanup efforts. I am very concerned about the effects on the Mystic River and the health of the abutting neighbors and we want to ensure
3 affordable rental units available. Application deadline June 15, 2013. Download PDF