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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
3D-printed underwater vortex sensor mimics whiskers of sea animal

A new study has shown that a fully 3D-printed whisker sensor made of polyurethane, graphene, and copper tape can detect underwater vortexes with very high sensitivity. The simple design, mechanical reliability, and low-cost fabrication method contribute to the important commercial implications of this versatile new sensor, as described in an article in Soft Robotics, a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers .

CVS expands drug take-back units in pharmacies

Getting rid of leftover, expired or unused medication will be easier with the expansion of CVS Health's take-back units in 42 more pharmacies around the state, state and local officials announced Friday at a program in Medford. The new units will supplement the nearly 40 units CVS Health has donated to police departments and will be available for drug disposal during regular pharmacy hours.

CVS to add sites for discarding unwanted opioids

CVS Health Corp. plans to install medication disposal units in dozens of pharmacies around Massachusetts as part of the state's effort to fight opioid abuse. Republican Gov. Charlie Baker and Democratic Attorney General Maura Healey joined in Friday's announcement at a CVS in Medford, the first in the state to offer the medication disposal service.

Forty-two CVS pharmacies to accept expired medications

Forty-two new disposal units are planned at CVS pharmacies in Massachusetts to make it easier for people to safely get rid of unwanted, unused or expired medications, a development that state officials say will help address opioid abuse. "Addiction can often start at home in our own medication cabinets, and today we are pleased to partner with CVS Health and build on efforts to address this public health crisis across the Commonwealth," Gov. Charlie Baker, who visited a CVS pharmacy in Medford on Friday, said in a statement.

Greater Boston author readings Jan. 7-13

Hallgrmur Helgason and Fiona Mozley read at 7 p.m. at Harvard Book Store Art Levine reads at 7 p.m. at Brookline Booksmith ... Glenn Koenig reads at 7 p.m. at Porter Square Books.

Anthony F. Lucia, 70

Tony was raised in Medford and was a graduate of Medford High School, Class of 1966. He graduated from Bentley University in 1971 and was a tax accountant who ran his own successful business.

SideTrack: Rachel Platten, Maria Menounos, Angela Bilkic

MASS CLASS: Nothing to see here - just a couple of Massachusetts gals causing a scene. Newton-raised singer Rachel Platten and Medford-made TV star Maria Menounos showed off their shoddy chopstick skills while eating together at Sushi Sasabune in Los Angeles.

Ray E. Gleason, 86

Ray E. Gleason, 86, longtime resident of Medford, died peacefully at his home surrounded by his family on Sunday, December 24, 2017. Ray was born in Burlington Vermont, one of two sons of the late Burr Roswell and Marion Alice Gleason.

A brief oral history of that - Bread and Milk' video

When Elvis Presley performed at venues, fans would rush the stage to touch his hands or snag a scarf worn by the music legend. When comedian Vic DiBitetto takes the stage, his devout followers sometimes hand him loaves of white bread and milk.

What is a bomb cyclone?

Wind blown snow swirls around a man shovelling snow following a winter storm in Medford, Massachusetts February 15, 2015. The U.S. Northeast struggled to dig out on Sunday from the latest in a series of winter storms that made February the snowiest month in Boston's history, where wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour were predicted.

Baker's move on earmarks sure to please legislators

Gov. Charlie Baker is starting the new, election year off on a note that will please members of the Legislature. The News Service confirmed Tuesday that Baker has lifted his hold on funds that lawmakers earmarked in this year's $39.4 billion state budget for district priorities.

Federal funds issued for MBTA Green Line extension project

The Federal Transit Administration today informed the MBTA Green Line Extension Project Team that it has released the first $100 million installment of the total approved $1 billion in federal funding for the 4.7-mile light rail line from Cambridge to Medford, marking another milestone for the project. With federal funding in place, the MBTA issued the Notice to Proceed to GLX Design-Build team, GLX Constructors.

New college for conservative Christians planned in Boston

In a city full of colleges and in an economy increasingly perilous for small schools, one wealthy businessman is making an unlikely investment. Next fall he will open a college in Boston geared toward conservative Christian students, using an innovative model that incorporates online learning.

"Jingle Bells" Has a Racist History, According to a Boston University Paper

One of them, it turns out, is the song "Jingle Bells," according to a . In it, Boston University professor Kyna Hamill traces the history of the song back to minstrel shows, performances in which white people wore After a dispute between Medford, Massachusetts and Savannah, Georgia over where the song originated, Hamill did some research into its history, discovering that it debuted in a minstrel show in Boston's Ordway Hall in 1857.

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