Friday, April 5, 2013
87th annual banquet held at Stoneham's Montvale Plaza.
Local business leaders were honored at Thursday night's 87th annual Medford Chamber of Commerce banquet at Montvale Plaza in Stoneham. Andrea Bates McGrath, the president of Bates Insurance Agency, was honored as the 2013 Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year. Peter Petrella, a principal in McCracken, Cooper & Petrella, was given the honor of the Executive Director's Award by the chamber. Bates McGrath and Petrella were awarded Keys to the City of Medford by Mayor Michael McGlynn. McGlynn also thanked Charlotte Scuderi of ERA Andrew Realty for her service as president of the chamber with a Key to the City. New president John Costas of Medford Electronics was also introduced.
Monday, March 25, 2013
Stephen Crosby will address Medford Chamber at Tuesday's March luncheon at Carroll's.
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Monday, March 4, 2013
Wednesday form will be held at Century Bank in Medford.
Medford's state legislators and chamber of commerce will hold a forum this week on the state's transportation system and future. State Sen. Patricia Jehlen, the city's House delegation and the Medford Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the forum Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Century Bank on 400 Mystic Ave. in Medford. Massachusetts Transportation Secretary Richard Davey will be presenting "The Way Forward: A 21st Century Transportation Plan" and that will be followed by a panel discussion. The forum "aims to inform the community of current proposals for how to bring Massachusetts’ transportation system into a state of good repair. It will focus on the importance of transportation to residents and businesses alike, as a part of the …
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Mayor Mike McGlynn and other city officials welcomed downtown Medford's newest business, Elements Massage, on Tuesday morning.
In mid-October, downtown Medford got a little bit more relaxing with the opening of Elements Massage. Tuesday, Dec. 11 marked the ribbon cutting ceremony that brought Mayor Mike McGlynn, state Rep. Paul Donato, City Councillor Richard Caraviello and others from the Chamber of Commerce to welcome owner and operator Isabelle Wiryo and Elements to the city. "Our [Massachusetts] unemployment rate is lower than the nationwide average and Medford specifically is doing well and the downtown area is very important to us specifically," McGlynn said, commenting on the significance of the new establishment. The 40 High St. location for Elements is the 19th studio the chain operates in Massachusetts, having just opened its 21st studio last week in …
Monday, May 21, 2012
Event takes place at City Hall.
The Medford Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Salute the Military luncheon at noon Wednesday at City Hall. Tickets are $25, available from the Medford Chamber of Commerce, with admission free for veterans. The luncheon will be held in city council chambers.
Saturday, April 7, 2012
Jack Dempsey was honored as Citizen of the Year, and Richard Caraviello took home the Director's Award.
The Medford Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet Friday, with Jack Dempsey being recognized as citizen of the year, and RC Limo and Rick Caraviello receiving the director's award. Do you have a photo from the event you'd like to share? Upload it directly to this photo gallery or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org to be included.
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Some Medford community organizations have come together to create the initiative, a "rallying cry" to "make Medford the best it can be," and there's still room on the Advisory Board for interested individuals.
Article and info provided by Susan Altman of Green Medford: Medford is a great community. Medford has so many “hidden gems:” our abundant natural spaces, our long and fascinating history, a downtown area rich with possibilities, diverse neighborhoods with unique appeal, a wealth of people and groups doing things that turn a place into a community. The “Medford Starts with Me” campaign is being launched to increase awareness of the greatness of Medford and to inspire people in our community to make it even greater. "Medford Starts With Me" is a message of community and pride. It's also a rallying cry and a call to action—motivating people from all parts of the Medford community to do their unique part to make Medford the best it can be. It …
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
The Medford Chamber of Commerce has invited a special guest for a February luncheon.
[CORRECTION: This post previously attributed the information below to Lt. Governor Murray's office. It came from the Medford Chamber of Commerce.] The Medford Chamber of Commerce is hosting Lt. Governor Tim Murray for a Febraury 9 Luncheon at the VFW on 114 Mystic Avenue at 12 p.m. Registration is required for this event. The cost is $30 for non-chamber members and $25 for members. Please contact the Medford Chamber of Commerce at email@example.com or call 781-396-1277 to register by February 6.