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By adamg - 3/15/19 - 11:39 am

A Medfield man faces a federal charge for his alleged role in a hacking plot to suck out money from companies whose e-mail systems had been breached - including a Russian manufacturer and its American supplier of equipment to make tubes and pipes. Read more.

By Anonymous - 9/10/10 - 5:32 pm

This is the mailing that has Stephen Lynch in a tizzy.

By Anonymous - 9/6/10 - 3:04 pm

Lynch plays his cards close to the vest in what seems like a defensive style of politics. It certainly is not leadership-driven.

Take his process on the health care bill debate last summer. From March through August we heard Rep.Lynch say he didn't know how he'd vote on the bill. At the same time, he did not take a leadership role in shaping it. In August at Curry, Rep. Lynch held a town hall meeting and said he had read the bill but still didn't know how he was going to vote. Once again, his constituents could not get a bead on where he stood.

Perhaps even more stunningly at that town hall meeting, Rep. Lynch was given the chance to answer a question about death panels (after all he had read the bill) and refudiate (sic) ;-) the meme that right wing Republican liars and Fox News had made popular. Lynch equivocated! He would not take a stand!

By adamg - 3/28/09 - 10:41 pm

It's the first night of the spring peepers in Medfield.

By adamg - 3/25/09 - 2:30 pm

The good news: He's reduced the price of his Medfield estate by 37.5%, so it's priced to moooove. The bad news: That means it's still going to set you back $5 million.

By adamg - 12/25/08 - 11:17 pm
coffee lady

Paul Keleher, who took the above photo, reports that Donut Express on Rte. 109 in Medfield was open today:

... Their coffee is always great but it was particularly good this morning, Christmas Day, and it was great of her to open her shop today. ...

By WDavidStephenson - 9/11/06 - 12:49 pm

Sunday was rather typical in Medfield, which is normally not the scene of major news (scratch that: a crew from "Chronicle" was here on Friday for 4 hrs. of taping at Lords' Department Store, our local institution, which is open 365 days a year: "if Lords doesn't have it, you don't need it". But I digress).

So we were sitting in the car in the Shaw's parking lot while my wife picked up some taco fixings, when one of the kids happened to notice A FREAKIN' STEALTH BOMBER FLYING OVER MEDFIELD.

By adamg - 8/16/06 - 9:13 am

The Herald's Jay Fitzgerald reports that AOL may turn to golddigging to make some money:

America Online is prepared to take a backhoe to a Medfield couple's yard in a search for as much as $500,000 in hidden gold and platinum bars it believes may have been buried there by their neo-Nazi son who made millions off of Internet spam scams.

AOL, the giant Internet provider, said it's only trying to collect ill-gotten assets from Davis Wolfgang Hawke, a former Westwood High School graduate-turned-neo-Nazi cyber con artist. ...

By adamg - 11/21/05 - 9:19 am

In case you missed it, last night's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" involved a young Medfield boy with a disease that has left him unable to walk. David, who lives in Medfield, discusses:

By adamg - 9/12/05 - 10:32 pm

If you'd e-mailed David recently, could you write him again?

Aaagh -- somehow, my entire backlog of 39,000 emails vanished: can't for the life of me figure out what happened, and I haven't backed up that file for a month (your prayers to Norton Volume Recovery would be appreciated).

By adamg - 7/19/05 - 11:46 pm

David uses an online FBI anti-terrorism form to complain about how bad online FBI anti-terrorism forms are. Now he's a bit concerned:

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