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Community Input Requested on Open Space and Recreation

Thursday February 23, 2017

The Malden community is asked to take part in a public forum on March 9th to learn more about the City’s Open Space and Recreation Plan and to provide input on the plan moving forward. A thirteen (13) member committee will be...

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White Ribbon Day Invites Men to Help End Violence

Thursday February 23, 2017

Malden will be participating in the Massachusetts White Ribbon Day Campaign on Wednesday, March 1st at 2:30 PM at the Malden High School courtyard. A flag will be raised as part of the “Raise a Flag to Raise Awareness” initiative by men and boys...

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You Are Not Alone: An Afternoon of Solidarity

Wednesday February 15, 2017

Mayor Gary Christenson recently participated in an event co-sponsored by the American Association for Arab Women (AAAW) and the Malden High School Multicultural Club. “You Are Not Alone: An Afternoon of Solidarity” was organized in response to...

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“In Plain Sight”

Tuesday February 14, 2017

Malden Overcoming Addiction collaborated with the Malden Police, Rx4Prevention, South Bay Mental Health, Tewksbury Police, Reading Coalition against Substance Abuse and Hallmark Health to host “In Plain Sight” at the Salvation Army. This...

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Grand Opening of Café de Lulu

Thursday February 9, 2017

Mayor Gary Christenson recently celebrated the Grand Opening of Café de Lulu, a new take out restaurant located at 64 Summer Street. Owner and Malden resident Sui Ling Lam brings more than 40 years of ownership and operational experience to Café...

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Muevelo Dance Studio Grand Opening

Wednesday February 8, 2017

Muevelo Dance Studio recently celebrated the grand opening of its new studio at 525 Main Street with a ribbon cutting. Mayor Gary Christenson welcomed and congratulated new owner Leah Calitri, who has been dancing since she was three years old!...

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Malden Receives Green Community Designation

Thursday February 2, 2017

Mayor Gary Christenson is pleased to announce that the City of Malden has been designated a Green Community by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Department of Energy Resources. Through the...

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Malden Resident Graduates from Marine Corps Boot Camp

Thursday February 2, 2017

Mayor Gary Christenson attended a celebration with family and friends at John Brewer’s Tavern in honor of longtime Malden resident Private First Class Pardeep Bola who recently graduated from Marine Corps Boot Camp. Pardeep was inspired to join...

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Ferryway School Student Wins Easter Seals Award

Thursday February 2, 2017

Ferryway School is very proud of third grade student Jacob Fuentes for being awarded the Easter Seals 2017 Richard A. LaPierre Pioneer Award! The award is named for former Easter Seals Massachusetts President & CEO Richard A. LaPierre who was...

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Malden Land Use Survey

Source: Cultural Council Wednesday February 1, 2017

The City of Malden’s City Council, as part of the current building moratorium, is conducting a study to determine the priorities of the Citizens of Malden, particularly in regard to future development.  In conjunction with the current study and...

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Police Chief Interviewed on Haitian Radio Show

Monday January 30, 2017

Police Chief Kevin Molis participated in this month’s Haitian American Radio Show “The Way of Salvation” with Communications and Radio Director Jean Sabin of the Philadelphie Seventh Day Adventist Haitian American Church. Hosted by Communications...

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2017 Lunar New Year Celebration

Thursday January 26, 2017

Mayor Gary Christenson, State Representative Steve Ultrino and City Councillor-At-Large Debbie DeMaria recently participated in a Lunar New Year Celebration at Malden High School. The Chinese Culture Connection collaborated with the Malden High...

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“Grab ‘n Go” Breakfast served at the Salemwood School

Tuesday January 24, 2017

Officials at the Salemwood School and the Child Nutrition Outreach Program recently introduced a new breakfast program to encourage more students to start their day with a healthy meal. Children are encouraged to select breakfast at a “grab ‘n go...

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Malden Welcomes Tomophase, Inc.

Tuesday January 24, 2017

Mayor Gary Christenson recently attended a ribbon cutting ceremony at Tomophase, Inc., a private company founded in 2003 whose goal it is to provide innovative solutions for unmet medical needs through the use of light-based imaging and therapy....

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Dunkin Donuts, 980 Eastern Ave. Supports Housing Families

Tuesday January 24, 2017

Dunkin Donuts located at 980 Eastern Avenue is giving back to the community! From now through February 28th, Dunkin Donuts will host a “cleaning supplies drive” to benefit Housing Families. Items that are being collected include cleaning products...

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Honey Honey Dessert Café Opens in Malden

Wednesday January 18, 2017

Mayor Gary Christenson recently helped to welcome Malden’s newest sweet shop, Honey Honey Dessert Café located at 480 Main Street. Business owners Stacey Zhang and Karen Lei have long dreamed of opening a dessert shop and spent nearly $350,000...

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Open Space and Recreation Committee

Friday January 13, 2017

Mayor Gary Christenson has announced an 11 member committee to assist the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) in updating the City of Malden Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP) which was last updated in 2009 and covered the period of 2009...

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Forestdale Students Hold Food Drive for Bread of Life

Monday January 9, 2017

Mayor Christenson recently congratulated Forestdale School 7th and 8th grade Student Council members for their commitment to collecting more than 1,200 food items. The project was coordinated by Social Studies teacher Matt Patrie. The food will...

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Police Station Time Capsule

Wednesday January 4, 2017

Malden’s newest time capsule was recently interred in a cornerstone of the brand new police station building located at 800 Eastern Avenue. The watertight, airproof container is roughly the size of a cement cinderblock and will stay buried for at...

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