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Located a few miles northwest of Boston, Medford was home to Fannie Farmer, author of one of the world's most famous cookbooks—as well as James Plimpton, the man credited with the 1863 invention of the first practical four-wheeled roller skate, which set off a roller craze that quickly spread across the United States and Europe. Amelia Earhart lived in Medford, while working as a social worker in 1925.

Population: 55765
Local Newspapers: Boston Globe Boston Herald
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) New England Patriots (NFL) Boston Celtics (NBA) Boston Bruins (NHL)
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Towns/Cities near medford, massachusetts : Malden Somerville Everett Winchester

Medford News
Bianco Sausage Leaving After 57 Years in Revere:Doors Set to Close Thursday April 27

When Joseph Bianco Sr opened Bianco Sausage at 375 Revere St. he began a Revere institution with a product that now reaches across the country. Bianco's Sausage is moving its home to Medford .

Catherine E. Dunn, 84

She was born on July 3, 1932 to Warren and Catherine Meehan. Sissy was raised in Melrose and graduated from St. Mary's High School.

Modest Medford resident leaves multi-million-dollar legacy for city students

A child of the Depression, James H. Connors lived frugally with his sister, Thelma, in a rented apartment in a vinyl-sided house. He ran a lock and key service; she worked for the telephone company.

Ten hospitalized in E. coli outbreak at Chicken & Rice Guys

An E. coli outbreak at the Chicken & Rice Guys restaurant chain has sickened 14 people, including 10 who required hospitalization, Boston public health officials said Wednesday. The chain, which temporarily closed its four restaurants in Boston and Medford and grounded its fleet of food trucks on Tuesday, likely will not reopen until at least the middle of next week while health officials search for the cause of the the outbreak.

MA: MBTA Will Absorb $23M Annual Subsidy for Green Line Extension

The Green Line Extension project will have a net operating cost of about $23 million per year, according to state officials, who announced on Monday that the MBTA would cover those costs rather than tasking the state with paying for the service. Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack said under the prior administration the Massachusetts Department of Transportation had planned not only to finance construction of the extension but also to provide the subsidy required to operate new trolley service to Medford and Somerville.

Editorial: No runaway train

News last year that the MBTA's Green Line expansion project was running $1 billion over budget forced state transportation planners back to the drawing board, to remove some of the bells and whistles that had been tacked on unwisely by the Patrick administration. So local politicians and transportation advocates should think long and hard before they try to restore the project to its expensive, outsized glory.

One person killed when vehicle crashes into Medford store

Seth Moulton on Syria strikes: Trump does not care enough to 'let the victims of Assad find refuge & freedom here' Authorities are on the scene of a fatal crash in Medford where a vehicle smashed into a store near Wellington Circle, State Police said Friday.

Arthur T. Wolfe, 85

Arthur was born at home in Everett on March 4, 1932, one of seven children of the late Earl F. and Jennie M. Wolfe. He was raised in Everett, graduated from Everett High School and proudly served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War.

Charlie Baker's pitch to Elaine Chao possibly sealed Green Line extension

The crucial backing the MBTA's Green Line extension project got this week from the feds may have been helped by one state employee's personal pitch to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao. It helps, of course, that the employee was Gov. Charlie Baker.

Feds OK Green Line extension costs, securing project's future

The Federal Transit Administration has approved the MBTA's new cost estimate for a scaled-down version of the Green Line extension into Somerville and Medford, a critical milestone that effectively ensures the $2.3 billion project will move forward. The federal government had previously awarded the MBTA a $1 billion grant for the 4.7-mile light rail project, but the long-planned project was put on hold for nearly a year when cost estimates ballooned.

Parking Madness Elite Eight: Medford vs. Hartford

We have our first member of this year's Parking Madness Final Four, as readers vote to determine which North American transit station is drowning in the most shameful sea of parking. Poughkeepsie's commuter rail station knocked out the stadium parking lots by the 7 train in Willets Point, Queens earlier this week.

State pursuing upgraded charge in police chase that led to fatal crash in Groton

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Valery Labossiere of Medford, Mass. is arraigned in Superior Court in New London Friday, March 31, 2017, on charges stemming from a police pursuit and resulting fatal motor vehicle crash.

Police: Driver of stolen truck, strikes car, kills passenger

Connecticut police have arrested a Massachusetts man they say ran a red light in a stolen pickup truck during a police pursuit and killed the passenger in another vehicle. Police say 27-year-old Valery Labossiere, of Medford, Massachusetts, faces charges including motor vehicle theft and reckless driving in connection with the crash in Groton at about 10 p.m. Thursday.

"America First's" First Crack-Up

In April 1917, Woodrow Wilson cast off the political yoke of neutrality and took the United States into World War I. But this is no ordinary centenary: Wilson's vision of a US-led international order raised many of the same questions then that the realization of his vision is raising today. MEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS - The questions surrounding events between April 1917 and April 1919 - from America's entry into World War I until the proclamation of the Covenant of the League of Nations - are much the same questions we face today, as we begin to mark those events' centenaries.

Tadpoles learn to see with new eyes transplanted on their tails

Blind tadpoles have learned to see again, using eyes implanted on their tails. With help from a migraine drug, these eyes were able to grow new connections to the tadpole's nervous system.

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