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Named after Medford Massachusetts the city began with a group of railroad surveyors in 1883. The city's economy was originally focused on agriculture though today it deals primarily with the health care industry. Alba Park, the oldest city park, hosts the Pear Blossom Run every year along with an all day fair. The city's Bear Park is also very popular due to its ground containing not only tennis courts but a skate park and a BMX track but a dog park and amphitheater as well.
Local Newspapers: The Mail Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Sothern Oregon Spartans
Local Colleges: Southern Oregon University
Zip Codes associated with medford, oregon:
97501 97503 97504
Towns/Cities near medford, oregon : Ashland Talent Phoenix Jacksonville Central Point White City Eagle Point Rogue River Grant Pass
Free tax service for those who qualify
Medford, Ore.- United Way is partnering with the Teresa McCormick Center to help those who qualify file their taxes for free. The company is inviting anyone making $55,000 a year or less to schedule an appointment with one of its IRS certified preparers to help them go over their taxes.Toys a oeRa Us restructuring, Medford store may stay open
Toys "R" Us is closing a number of stores across the country. The company began an effort to restructure the business last Fall.H&M may be making its way to Medford
Medford shoppers may have a new clothing retailer to choose from; H&M could be coming to the Rogue Valley. Medford is now listed on the company's website for store locations.Man arrested for sexual, physical assault
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office said on March 9, 26-year-old Jamal William Claybourne traveled to Agate Lake with the female, held her against her will and physically and sexually assaulted her. She reportedly suffered burns and other injuries.Walden meets with a smoke committee,a discusses wildfire legislation
MEDFORD, Ore.- Congressman Greg Walden met with leaders and local lawmakers today in what he called "The Smoke Committee," to address where legislation is today and to find out where progress can be made on wildfire preparation. Congressman Walden says things are still being worked out in the senate however, he says opportunities are rising for forest management reform to be included in the next federal spending bill.Jackson County Library District approves SOHS partnership
Jackson County residents now have free access to archives inside the Southern Oregon Historical Society research library in downtown Medford, and more resources will make their way online in coming months. Thanks to a new partnership between the Jackson County Library District and the Historical Society, library cardholders no longer will have to pay the $5 usage fee to access the hundreds of thousands of indexed and cataloged historical archives at the downtown Medford research facility, according to SOHS archivist Pat Harper.Growers Market season underway
The Growers Market is open from March to November and offers a variety of locally sourced goods, including produce, baked goods and crafts. The local Growers Markets have a list of more than 120 vendors who participate in one or more of the markets.Trees come down in windy weather
Windy weather on Thursday is being blamed for two downed trees in Medford. The first one fell around noon, across a sidewalk and into a parking lot near South Grape street.Ashland on Uber, Lyft: 'More complicated than expected'
The City Council moved forward Tuesday on opening up possibilities of allowing Uber and Lyft services, proceeding with a real estate deal to make possible an affordable housing project, and choosing a new council member. All four councilors picked Jackie Bachman and George Kramer as finalists to replace Councilor Greg Lemhouse who resigned in February.A 20-year-old is suing Dick's and Walmart over new gun policies, alleging age discrimination
Tyler Watson, 20, alleges he encountered age discrimination when he tried to purchase a .22-caliber Ruger rifle on Feb. 24 - four days before the companies announced their new policies - at Field & Stream, an outdoors sports store in Medford, Oregon, owned by Dick's. In Oregon, state law allows residents to purchase firearms at age 18. About a week later, on Saturday, Watson went to Walmart to again try to purchase the gun.Medford Area sees highest gas prices in Oregon
Medford, Ore.- After three weeks of steady or even declining gas prices, Oregon is one of half of the states to see an increase at the pump. The national average for regular gas rose about a penny to $2.53 a gallon.New Oregon legislation makes it easier to save for a home
Medford, Ore.-One of the biggest takeaways from Oregon's recent legislative session is the efforts to combat the state-wide housing crisis. Perhaps most notable is a new program that aims to boost the amount of homeowners in the state by creating a savings account for first-time homebuyers.Orw Architecture
As ORW Architecture celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, the firm's recent People Choice Awards for its design of the Medford Police Station and the Jackson County Justice Court illustrate how it continues to add to Southern Oregon's roster of landmarks. The firm is led by David Wilkerson and Jim Roemer, principals; Andy Owen, principal architect and project manager; Jeff Bender, principal and director of design; and Dana Ing Crawford, principal architect and project manager.Common Block May Be Oregon's Only Brewery to Make All Its Beer in California
There's a conspicuously empty corner in the dining room at Common Block Brewing that garners plenty of attention from curious customers. The servers have heard it all when it comes to ideas for what might occupy that space.Multi-vehicle collision caused by driver eluding police
MEDFORD, Ore.- A multi-vehicle crash near downtown Medford caused road closures for several blocks and results in criminal charges for one driver. Medford Police say 24-year-old Adrian Alex Enriquez eluded police during a routine traffic stop and his car collided with a van while running a red light at South Riverside Avenue and Fourth Street.Accused robber had a very, very bad month
Three days after he was choked into unconsciousness during an alleged attempt to rob people in a Medford motel room for drugs and cash, Weathers was shot in what police say was another robbery gone wrong. To top it off, the drugs he allegedly was trying to steal in the second incident were fake.Busy North Medford intersection could see changes
Medford, Ore.- Every year the Medford Public Works department makes a list of the 50 most dangerous intersections in the city and sees what they can do to improve them. "It has a relatively high accident rate for the volume that occurs there," Cory Crebbin, public works director for the city of Medford said."Police: two men arrested for trying to rob drug dealers
Investigators said they determined 33-year-old Justin Dale Weathers worked with 32-year-old Cody Chance Hanson to set up a drug transaction in Ashland with the intent of robbing the dealer. Weathers, armed with a handgun and stun gun, tried to stun the dealer when they met up.Medford elder abuse case includes attempted murder and property fraud
Neither victim in a convoluted elder abuse case knew the other one, Medford police say, but property and court records show that the two seniors Karin Franziska Boldt allegedly tried to kill had been roped into convoluted real estate dealings with her. Boldt, 55, has been arraigned on 30 felony charges that include attempted murder for accelerating two Medford seniors' medical declines in March 2017, along with aggravated theft counts over financial and real estate dealings well into the six figures since at least 2013, according to court records.Mariposa Townhome tenants speak out against rent increase
Medford, ORE-Demonstrators were clad with signs and chanting loudly outside of the Mariposa Townhomes apartment complex Wednesday, just one day before tenants are expected to pay what they say is a major rent increase. Tenants learned back in November that their rents would increase starting March 1, 2018 as the result of new property owners.
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