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Medford comes to the aid of adults with disabilities

John Mahoney, board president, white shirt, Ray Hardy, black shirt, an adult with disabilities, Medford Mayor Stephanie Muccini Burke, Carolyne Guffey, CEO of Walnut Street Center, and John Wheeler, president of care board, at the ribbon cutting at Walnut Street Center to announce the opening of their new space. (Owen O'Rourke)
MEDFORD — A hub for adults with disabilities has reopened in Medford after the MBTA seized its former building for the green line extension project. The Walnut Street Center, which was located in Union Square in Somerville, reopened with more services and offerings. Carolyne Guffey, the center’s CEO, said the agency “faced a hardship with…

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