July is “Hot” with networking opportunities through the Malden Chamber of Commerce!
Local business representatives are encouraged to join the Chamber for both of their July networking opportunities happening on July 13th and July 20th.
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Ann McCrea from “Clay-Works,” will visit the Shute Memorial Library on July 12, 2017. The program begins at 2 PM and will end by 3:15 PM. First she will tell a story from the book, “Mole Music,” by David McPhail. Continue reading SCULPT A CLAY MOLE WITH ANN MCCREA AT THE SHUTE LIBRARY
On June 23rd, Boston Magazine released its Best of Boston 2017 magazine and named Night Shift Brewery the best brewery in Massachusetts.
Continue reading NIGHT SHIFT BREWERY NAMED BEST BREWERY BY BOSTON MAGAZINE
Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce that the Attorney General’s Office has chosen the City of Everett as a recipient for the Healthy Summer Youth Jobs Grant Program. The City will receive a grant up to $3,520.
Continue reading CITY OF EVERETT RECEIVES HEALTHY SUMMER YOUTH JOBS GRANT
Mayor Stephanie M. Burke is currently seeking a resident to fill a vacant position on the 7-person Medford Brooks Estate Land Trust (M-BELT) board.
Continue reading Medford Mayor Burke Seeks Brooks Estate Board Member
WOBURN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan has announced that Thomas Benjamin, 50, was sentenced to four to five years in State Prison today by Middlesex Superior Court Judge Bruce Henry in connection with a 2015 Framingham assault that left a victim in critical condition. Continue reading Framingham Assault Suspect Sentenced to Four to Five Years in State Prison
Mayor Martin J. Walsh is alerting Boston’s green thumbs that they have until Wednesday, July 12, to register for the 2017 Mayor’s Garden Contest presented by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department with a grand prize provided by JetBlue and media support provided by the Boston Herald.
Continue reading MAYOR’S GARDEN CONTEST DEADLINE JULY 12
WOBURN- Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan has announced that Beryl Porter, 61, of Waltham, pled guilty to larceny over $250 from a person over the age of 60, six counts of larceny over $250, four counts of uttering forged checks, two counts of failure to appear in court, one count of securities fraud and one count of being a common and notorious thief. Continue reading Waltham Man Pleads Guilty to $82,000 Larceny Scheme
Read Without Walls This Summer!
As part of our Adult Summer Reading Program – Build a Better World – we will have a two-part book discussion series called Reading Without Walls. Continue reading Reading Adult Summer Reading Book Group at RPL
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent is pleased to announce that the Burlington Police Department has launched its Opiate Outreach Program to help those beginning the process of recovering from addiction. Continue reading Burlington Police Department Launches Opiate Outreach Program
MALDEN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Malden Chief of Police Kevin Molis are investigating the death of a 31-year-old woman at a Lebanon Street residence. This death is considered suspicious.
Continue reading Middlesex District Attorney and Malden Police Investigating Suspicious Death
Council members to serve as leaders who will empower and support Boston’s young adults
BOSTON – Friday, June 16, 2017 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced applications for the 2017-2018 SPARK Boston Council are now available. The SPARK Boston Council is a group of volunteers charged with leading the City’s efforts to engage Boston’s young adult population. Continue reading MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR 2017-2018 SPARK BOSTON COUNCIL
Twenty flotillas of tall ships will arrive in Boston Harbor on June 17th for the magnificent Parade of Sail at the Sail Boston Festival. Featuring the largest fleet of tall ships since 2000, this regatta and waterfront celebration honors the city’s rich maritime history and heritage. Continue reading Sail Boston 2017: Tall Ships Regatta and Waterfront Festival
Dangerous Substance Identified in Samples by State Police for the First Time in Massachusetts
WHITMAN — Police Chief Scott D. Benton and Fire Chief Timothy J. Grenno are warning residents about the dangers of carfentanil after three drug samples recently seized in Massachusetts tested positive for the deadly synthetic opioid. Continue reading Whitman Police and Fire Warn Residents of the Dangers of Carfentanil
Gregory Coffey, age 32, of Warwick, R.I. (Police Courtesy Photo)
CHELMSFORD — Police Chief James M. Spinney reports that the Chelmsford Police Department arrested a fugitive from justice after a pursuit that involved multiple agencies. Continue reading Chelmsford Police Arrest Rhode Island Man Wanted in Vermont after Pursuit from New Hampshire into Massachusetts
The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has announced that registration is now open for the 2017 Boston Neighborhood Soccer League (BNSL). Continue reading REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR BOSTON NEIGHBORHOOD SOCCER LEAGUE
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(Photos courtesy of Joanne McKay)
This past week at the Roberts Elementary School, Medford, State and Malden Police K-9 Officers gave a demonstration to the 3rd grade classes. Continue reading Medford:K-9 Officers Visit Roberts 3rd Graders
On June 6, 2017 the Tewksbury Police Department arrested Joseph Boidi, 29 of 168 Main Street, Wilmington for armed assault with intent to murder, carrying a firearm without a license, possession of ammunition without a license and discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling. Continue reading Tewksbury Police Arrest Made in Shooting at Motel 6
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Medford Volleyball Camp
Come join the Medford High School Volleyball team and Head Coach Taylor Dyer for a week of skills, drills, and game play. Boys and Girls, grades 6-9, are welcome to come and learn all about the sport of volleyball. Continue reading Volleyball Summer Camp Offered At Medford High School
We are pleased to announce that beginning this summer, all 2016-2017 academic school year Student Charlie cards will remain active through August 31, 2017. Continue reading NEW MBTA CHARLIE CARD PROCESS FOR THE SUMMER
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The First Annual Underground Student Film Festival will be held next Wednesday, June 14, 2017 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM, in the new Medford Community Access / Media Technology Studio located at the Medford Technical High School. Continue reading COMMUNITY OUTREACH, MEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL, MEDFORD VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL1st Annual Underground Student Film Festival!
Reforms Will Increase Board Access, Transparency and Effectiveness
BOSTON- Wednesday, June 7, 2017 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced today improvements to the Community Ombudsman Oversight Panel (CO-OP) and Complaint Mediation Program that will provide a neutral location for the public to file complaints, increase the number of cases reviewed and automatically refer cases for immediate review that involve allegations of discrimination or use of force resulting in serious bodily injury. Continue reading MAYOR WALSH EXPANDS POLICE REVIEW BOARD, ESTABLISHES NEUTRAL LOCATION FOR PUBLIC TO FILE COMPLAINTS
325 CAMBRIDGE STREET, CAMBRIDGE, MA
FEAST DAY MASS IN HONOR OF ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA Continue reading 100th St. Anthony of Padua Feast
BOSTON — Tuesday, May 30, 2017 — Thirty-eight high school valedictorians from the Boston Public Schools (BPS) hailing from 11 different countries were honored today at the 19th Annual BPS Valedictorians Luncheon at the Boston Harbor Hotel. Continue reading Mayor Walsh, Superintendent Chang Honor 38 Valedictorians from the Boston Public Schools Class of 2017
Lupus is not only twice as common in Latina women than Caucasian women, but Latinas with lupus tend to develop the disease earlier in their lives and have more complications. Continue reading LUPUS WALK THIS WEEKEND – Malden Resident Ms. Alvarez Overcomes Challenges and Aims To Educate
The City of Medford Traffic Commission will hold a third and final public workshop on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at 6:00PM to discuss proposed changes to the Resident Parking Program. The meeting will take place at the Medford Senior Center at 101 Riverside Avenue.
Continue reading Medford Resident Parking Program Discussion on June 8 at 6pm
Three-month series brings free classes to parks across the city starting in June, increasing access to physical activity
Continue reading BOSTON KICKS OFF FREE SUMMER FITNESS SERIES
The City of Medford presents ‘Medford Day’ on Sunday, June 4 from 1-4pm behind the Andrews Middle School. This outdoor spring festival will celebrate the diversity of Medford and the businesses, organizations, neighborhoods, and citizens that call it home. Continue reading Medford Day’ Community Festival on June 4
Mayor Stephanie M. Burke is excited to announce the 2017 Summer Recreation Program. Registration is now open for over 20 athletic and hands-on programs. Athletic clinics include soccer, flag football, softball, Continue reading City of Medford Summer Recreation Program Registration Now Open
WOBURN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan has announced that Steven Edwards, 36, of Wakefield, was arraigned yesterday in Woburn Superior Court and charged with two counts of rape, assault and battery and two counts of violating a restraining order in connection Continue reading Wakefield Man Arraigned in Connection with Alleged Sexual Assault
Aims to Increase Fresh Food in Boston Public Schools
Pictured above are Chef Ken Oringer, Jill Shah of the Shah Family Foundation, Deb Ventircelli, deputy director of BPS Food and Nutrition, Lawrence Parks of Welbilt, Jennie Hall, kitchen manager of East Boston High School, Continue reading Boston:Chef Ken Oringer launches Hub and Spoke Fresh Food Pilot Program
(Pictured L to R: Jenna Coccimiglio of the Malden Chamber, Debbie Murphy of Dockside Restaurants, Andrea Bezemes of Brookline Bank & MCC Board Member, Lisa O’Loughlin of Intercity Home Care & MCC Board Member, Patty Kelly of Housing Families & MCC President, Mayor Gary Christenson, Shane Smyth of Hugh O’Neill’s, Gregg Ellenberg of the YMCA & MCC Board Member, Cristina Sadler of New England Coffee, Debbie Amaral of the YMCA of Malden and Nicole Frattura of Hoff’s Bakery)
Chamber donates $1,000 from recent Taste of Malden event to YMCA of Malden’s Summer Youth Food Programs.
Continue reading Chamber donates $1,000 from recent Taste of Malden event to YMCA of Malden’s Summer Youth Food Programs
Provides Funding for Sporting Equipment
BOSTON — Wednesday, May 24, 2017 — New England Patriots player Rob Gronkowski presented a check for $70,000 toward athletic equipment for female athletes to the Boston Public Schools (BPS) and five other New England school districts in a ceremony today at White Stadium in Jamaica Plain. Continue reading Gronk Nation Youth Foundation Makes Donation to Boston Public Schools Athletics
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(From the desk of Rita DiCarlo, Director, Foreign Language)
At the end of the mini-course on Arduino, students pose with Italian teacher Armando Zona; Professor Domenico Teker from the Italian Consulate; Foreign Language Director, Ms. Rita DiCarlo; Arduino instructor, Andrea Centurrino; and Science Director, Rocco Cieri Continue reading Italian Students at Medford High School Learn Lessons In Electronics Using Arduino
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Pictured Left to Right: Martha McCarthy, Advisor, Shawn Driscoll-Gomez, Michaela Maunsell, Alana Manning, Anna Caroline De Araujo Retich, Lisa Berube, Advisor/Cooperative Education Director, and Dr. Heidi T. Riccio, Principal/Director, MTHS Continue reading Medford Tech Students Inducted Into National Technical Honor Society
Boston Red Sox Invite Vietnam Veterans On Field At Fenway Park!
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Calling Veterans of the Vietnam War
The Boston Red Sox and Home Base invite you on the field at Fenway Park!
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Poems located in Back Bay, Copley, Dorchester, Downtown Crossing, Jamaica Plain, Mattapan and Roxbury
BOSTON – Wednesday, May 24, 2017 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that the City of Boston’s Office of Arts and Culture, in partnership with the Mayor’s Mural Crew, the Boston Art Commission and Mass Poetry recently installed a new round of Raining Poetry in neighborhoods around Boston. Continue reading MAYOR’S OFFICE OF ARTS AND CULTURE & MASS POETRY ANNOUNCE 2017 RAINING POETRY INSTALLATIONS
On Saturday, May 20th from 9AM-5PM the City of Everett will be holding the first ever City-Wide Yard Sale. This year, as part of the City’s 125th Anniversary, Mayor DeMaria and the Chamber of Commerce have coordinated the event, Continue reading CITY OF EVERETT TO HOLD FIRST EVER CITY WIDE YARD SALE ON MAY 20TH
On Thursday, May 11th Mayor Carlo DeMaria toured the training facility for the New England Center for Arts & Technology (NECAT). Continue reading EVERETT MAYOR DEMARIA VISITS NEW ENGLAND CENTER FOR ARTS & TECHNOLOGY
On Thursday, May 11th Mayor Carlo DeMaria joined YouthBuild Boston Executive Director, Ken Smith, regional officials from the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration, representatives from Suffolk Construction, and many others at an in-progress affordable housing building site in Roxbury. Continue reading EVERETT MAYOR DEMARIA VISITS WITH YOUTHBUILD BOSTON
Now You See: A Celebration of Courageous Kids, on display in the Mayor’s Neighborhood Gallery on the second floor of City Hall
BOSTON – Tuesday, May 16, 2017 – As part of the Guest Curator Initiative at City Hall, Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture will host two photography exhibitions during the month of May and into June curated by professionals from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Institute for Contemporary Art. Continue reading Boston:MAYOR’S OFFICE OF ARTS AND CULTURE ANNOUNCES NEW EXHIBITIONS IN THE CITY HALL GALLERIES
Nomination papers will be available for the November 17 City Election on Tuesday, June 20
Nomination papers may be obtained at the City Clerk’s office, 110 Pleasant Street, only by a candidate or a person presenting the signed authorization for a candidate. The last day to obtain nomination papers for all candidates will be Friday, July 28. The last day to submit nomination papers will be no later than 5:00 P.M on Tuesday, August 1 for all candidates.
Prior to obtaining nomination papers, each candidate must file with the Clerk’s Office, a statement containing his/her name and address and the office for which he/she intends to run.
Before any voter may be permitted to sign a nomination paper, paperwork must be completely filled out with the candidate’s name and address as they appear on the 2017 voting list, and the office to which he or she seeks nomination.
In order to run for public office, a resident must be at least 18-years old, an American citizen a registered voter in the ward they are running for.
The minimum number of signatures to be certified on nomination papers to place candidates on ballot is as follows:
•Ward Councillor: Signatures required 50; Term 2 years, one Councilor per ward
•Councillor At-Large: Signatures required 200; term 2 year; 3 elected
•School Committee: Signatures required 50; term 2 years’ one per ward
For more information please contact the City Clerk’s office 781-397 7116
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