Week in Review: Sandy Hits, Foodmaster to Close
A look at this week's top stories.
Johnnie's Foodmaster in Medford to Close: A week after Johnnie's Foodmaster officially announced that its store on Beacon Street would become a Whole Foods, Boston.com has reported the Chelsea-based supermarket chain is closing all its locations, including the one in Medford. Boston.com says an Illinois-based company, Hilco Merchant Resources, which specializes in liquidation services, has begun closing sales at all of the Johnnie's Foodmaster markets.
Teen Faces Assault to Murder Charge in Medford Square Stabbing: A Melrose teen faces a charge of assault to murder after allegedly stabbing a man in a fight in Medford Square. Derik DeAngelo, 19, and another man were allegedly in a fist fight about 9:30 p.m. Friday near 35 Riverside Ave. when DeAngelo pulled out a knife and stabbed the victim. He is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault to murder. Further information on the incident was not immediately available Monday.
Hurricane Sandy Hits Medford: Thousands remained without power for days after Medford felt the effects of Hurricane Sandy's high winds and heavy rain.
Your Medford Hurricane Sandy Photos: See your photos from around Medford after Sandy.