Good morning. Here are five things to know today:
The wires were hung over two years ago, but Monday was the first day Verizon FiOS cable television is available in Medford. Verizon cable television services are now available to 71 percent of the city, according to a press release from the company.
Customers at the restaurant in Medford can get free food on Tuesday, if they don't mind a little PDA. The nationwide chain is bringing back a Valentine's Day promotion that, according to spokeswoman Ashley Cohen, tens of thousands of customers took advantage of in 2011. Anyone who buys an entree can get another for free—once they kiss a fellow customer at the cash register. It doesn't matter (to Qdoba) who it is.
3. Warmer, Snow Tonight Possible: It's expected to be mostly cloudy today with highs in the mid-40s, according to the National Weather Service. There's a 20 percent chance of snow tonight.
A Dudley Street man was arrested early Saturday morning and charged with taxi fare evasion and destruction of property. Check out this and other events in the .
5. City Council Meets: The council's subcommittee will meet at 6 p.m. to discuss the city's current liquor laws and mobil food cart regulations. That will be followed by the council's regular 7 p.m. meeting. On the agenda: A resolution from Councilor Breanna-Lungo Koehn to have the city hire an outside contractor to review its sidewalks.