If you could open one kind of business in the city, what would you do?
Assume money was no object and the only limit your imagination: what kind of business would you love to run in Medford? It could be a store you feel would perform well in the city, or a business that would provide a much-needed service. Would you love to have your own bar? A coffee shop? Maybe there's something off-the-wall you've seen work really well in another community. Whatever it is, share your ideas with your neighbors in our comment section below.
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 …