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Malden Fire Dept won the American Cancer Society's “Pull for Hope” by pulling a JetBlue passenger plan 24 feet in the fastest time. The event raised more $88,000 for the American Cancer Society. Way to go Malden Fire!

Mayor Gary Christenson presented Chamber Executive Director Jenna Coccimiglio with a proclamation thanking the organization for 125 years of guiding the business growth of the city and taking it from a manufacturing community to what it is today.

Hundreds of residents from Malden and surrounding cities and towns attended Malden’s Second Annual Fairy House Festival last Saturday at Pine Banks Park.

The Memorial stone recognizing Torbert Hart Macdonald for serving his country with honor and distinction during World War II, has been placed along side the memorial stone of his late father, John G. “Jack” Macdonald, for whom Macdonald Stadium is named.

Mayor Christenson, Medford Mayor Muccini Burke, Middlesex County Sheriff Koutoujian, State Rep Donato and Paul Brodeur along with officials rolled out the red carpet for 75 All-Star Athletes who competed in the Medford Invitational Tournament’s 10th Annual Challenger Day.

Mayor Christenson and Interim Superintendent Dr. Grandson attended the final game of the Malden Neighborhood Basketball League (MNBL) Summer Jam. In a thrilling game the Bulls beat the Blazers to take the 2016 MBNL Summer Jam Championship! Congratulations Bulls!

Third time a charm for Angel Baseball Giants! Mayor Christenson cheered on the Giants as they challenged a tough Burlington team for the Lou Tompkins All-Star League Senior Division State Title. In a fast paced and exciting game that had all in attendance on the edge of their seats, the Giants took the championship.

Employees, friends and family of Idle Hands Craft Ales Brewery with (far left holding ribbon) Brett Bauer, Assistant Brewer; (fifth from left) Chamber of Commerce Director Jenna Coccimiglio; (holding scissors) Owner Grace Tkach, Mayor Gary Christenson, Owner Chris Tkach; and (holding ribbon far right) Dan McDonnell, Tap Room Manager

The Malden Historical Society is the proud new owner of the Malden Masonic Lodge Square and Compasses symbol which for years marked the entranceway to the northern portion of the building.

Johnny Earle, founder of Johnny Cupcakes “The World’s First T-Shirt Bakery” recently attended a fundraiser in Malden in support of Soccer Nights Malden.

MHS Internship Exhibit featured projects detailing internship duties, responsibilities and what they learned from the experience. Students also wrote papers describing their experiences. Seniors interned in a variety of places including K-8 Schools, retail establishments - including Vera Wang Boston, elder care facilities and City Hall offices - Mayor’s office.

 

YWCA held its first Fun and Fit 5K event on a sunny spring Saturday at Pine Banks Park. Runners turned out for what is hoped to be an annual event. Sponsors: Brookline Bank, Eastern Bank Foundation and Cruz Companies, Inc. with proceeds to support the YWCA Malden.

Mayor Christenson, Councillor Crowe, and DPW Director Knox joined Girl Scout Troop 78130, Leader Kerry Collins, and parents as they planted a tree in their ongoing mission to perform community service.

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Stand Up 8 Dance Studio recently celebrated the grand opening of its new studio at 665 Salem Street with a ribbon cutting. Mayor Gary Christenson welcomed and congratulated new owners Kristin Cruikshank, Meredith Murray and Mary Morani. The three young women are Malden natives and graduates of Mal...
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Linda Cousins was the lucky winner selected to enjoy a meal with the Mayor at last month’s Senior Citizen Cookout. Linda and her husband, Walter enjoyed a fantastic breakfast, courtesy of Mayor Christenson at Cornucopia.    
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Mayor Gary Christenson joined Cataldo Ambulance Owner Dennis Cataldo and members of the Malden Fire Department to commemorate the receipt of a vehicle donated by Cataldo Ambulance for use by Malden Fire Prevention. In the early 1980s the late Chief Fire Inspector Donald Boyce, Sr. and Police Detec...
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The North Shore Hispanic Association, Inc. (NSHA) recently held its first annual Hispanic Heritage Month Festival on City Hall Plaza. The Festival kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month and featured the rich Latino culture through traditional music, dance, and authentic foods. Mayor Gary Christenson, ...
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October 20th Doors open at 6;00 pm and show starts at 7:30pm   Over the last 2 years Malden Chamber of Commerce members, along with Malden High School’s Class of ’82, have raised $20,000 for Hallmark Health’s Comprehensive Breast Center! These dollars were used to est...
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Mayor Gary Christenson, Senator Edward Markey, State Senator Jason Lewis, State Representative Paul Donato, members of the City Council, School Committee and the Stadium Commission joined the Macdonald family for the rededication ceremony of the Torbert Hart Macdonald memorial stone last Friday ev...
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The Malden Fire Department will be holding open houses and events the week of October 10-14 in honor of National Fire Prevention Week, a time to recognize the dangers that can occur in the places we feel the safest. This year’s theme, “Don’t Wait, Check the Date” refers to ...
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With the ending of summer, it’s time to prepare for that time of year again! Although we hope, snow is a long way off, the City of Malden Removal of Snow and Ice from Sidewalks Ordinance requires every home and business owner to remove snow and ice from sidewalks abutting their property. To ...
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Mayor Gary Christenson and City Councillor John Matheson recently wished longtime Malden resident Ruth DaForno a very happy 100th birthday at a celebration hosted by her family and friends at her Malden home. Ruth was born in Somerville in 1916 and spent a short time living in Revere. When her par...
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Before you know it, it will be that time of year again! The City of Malden Department of Public Works is looking to hire Contractors to plow and/or sand this winter. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and must be fully equipped. Acceptable vehicles are pick-up trucks with an eight foot pl...
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On September 8th, as a continuation of the Community 'N Unity vigil held in July, the Malden community once again came together to engage in a dialogue about race relations. More than 100 Malden residents, including City leaders and elected officials participated in the first of three forums d...
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Mayor Gary Christenson recently welcomed members of The Giving Foundation as they presented checks to two Malden organizations. The Giving Foundation seeks out worthy causes that align with its core values of helping others. Each year the Foundation organizes a coed adult softball tournament ...
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