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3 hrs ago | The Ashland Daily Tidings
An alleged serial arsonist accused of setting at least five fires in empty West Medford homes was seen videotaping flames at some of the fires and posted some of them on the Internet, arousing police suspicion since last summer, authorities said.
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12 hrs ago | Medford Mail Tribune
Recognizing that most people don't know what Ash Wednesday is - let alone have time to come to church for it - three pastors took their ashes to the streets of Medford Wednesday, painting the cross on the foreheads of willing passersby.
Today I saw a large photo of downtown Medford taken in the early 1900s. In it are a number of automobiles, as well as horse-drawn carriages.
Guitarist Robbie DaCosta and drummer Tom Stamper will host an open mic session Thursday, March 6, at Havana Republic in downtown Medford.
This is a still image from one of the Cover Oregon television ads running on local TV stations.
Ashland will pay $2.6 million to help cover Medford water system infrastructure costs as part of a deal to bring emergency water from Medford to Ashland this summer via the Talent-Ashland-Phoenix water line.
JOE KNOWLES, THE NATURE MAN: Former Mail Tribune reporter Paul Fattig will talk about Joe Knowles, who went into the Siskiyou Mountains in the summer of 1914 to prove that a man could survive in the wilderness on wits alone.
Kristin Marie Hals, 33, no known address. Eagle Point police Monday arrested Hals on a charges of felony fourth-degree assault and harassment.
Harry Boussum was bound over to the grand jury under $1,000 bond this morning by Justice of the Peace Taylor, upon the allegations that he was the accomplice of "J.
Long-time Troon winemaker Herb Quady and Troon associate Brian Gruber are setting off in a new direction, but not leaving their wine-making roots behind.
You've had quite a few stories on the new police headquarters, which is pretty expensive.
A Medford doctor is accused of gross negligence, dishonorable conduct and violation of the federal Controlled Substances Act after he repeatedly overprescribed painkillers to high-risk patients, one of whom died from an overdose, according to the Oregon Medical Board.
The new gambling ordinance, the retention of Chief Amann and the resignations of the eighteen volunteer firemen because of the city denying nine of their number free telephones will be the principal matters coming before the city council at the regular monthly meeting tonight.
Medford police are looking for an 81-year-old man with dementia who left his home in west Medford Sunday morning and was last seen driving north on Highway 99. The missing person, George Watters, has Alzheimer's disease and does not have his medication with him, his family told police.
MEDFORD, Ore. >> The lithium batteries that power the vaporizers in electronic cigarettes have caused two recent fires in Medford, and fire officials say users should be careful with the newly popular devices.