Kathy McCabe

McCabe is a staff reporter at Globe North. She joined the staff in 2002, after working as a Globe correspondent. She writes on a variety of subjects, including local government, community development, religion, and small businesses.

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14-year-old makes mark in history

By Kathy McCabe , Globe Staff

Brendan Reynolds landed among the stars of the National History Bee, where he placed fourth out of 600 participants last month.

Online public school wins pupils, parents

By Kathy McCabe and John Laidler , Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent

TECCA, an acronym for the TEC Connections Academy, is scheduled to begin Aug. 27.


Library dedicated to Helen Lenox McGlynn

By Kathy McCabe , Globe Staff

The library at McGlynn Elementary and Middle School has been dedicated to the late Helen Lenox McGlynn, wife of former Medford mayor John J. McGlynn, for whom the school is named. She died last November. Mayor Michael J. McGlynn, her son, officially dedicated the library to his late mother during a public ceremony on June 22, five days before the former first lady of Medford would have turned 93.


Zoning board to discuss variances

By Kathy McCabe , Globe Staff

The Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing Wednesday on a request for multiple variances, including relief from parking and setback requirements, for a commercial property at 146-152 Green St. Developer Mark Carroll proposes to convert the building to six one-bedroom residential units. The board will meet at 7:45 p.m. in the aldermen’s chamber at City Hall.