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The Malden Chamber held its Annual Meeting & Awards Dinner recently at the Moose Lodge in Malden which included the induction of their 2016 Board of Director’s, naming of their new 2016/2017 Chamber President and the honoring of members and volunteers for their help with raising over $20,000 for local breast cancer patients.

Cheverus Middle School Students were Champions in the Malden Catholic 23rd Annual Quiz Bowl Competition! In the Lancer Division, Cheverus students took home a second place trophy as well.

Representatives of Malden Reads, Malden Librarian Dora St. Martin and Astronaut Ron Cox, MATV Director,  presented Council President Barbara Murphy and Council Members with copies of “The Martian” by Andy Weir, Malden’s 2016 “One City, One Book” reading selection.

Steve Kaloyanides, longtime devoted employee of New England Tea and Coffee Company recently turned 90 years young! Steve was first employed there in 1946 and has been a constant presence for more than 70 years. Mayor Christenson honored him with a citation at his birthday celebration.

Malden’s Promise, a Tri-Chair led coalition, recently partnered with YouthHarbors for a panel discussion on the topic of youth and family homelessness. YouthHarbors serves homeless, unaccompanied high school students who are statistically more likely to drop out of high school.

Two Fire Department officers were promoted: Lieutenant James Dockery was promoted to Captain and Firefighter Richard Smith was promoted to Lieutenant. City Clerk Karen Anderson took the oaths and swore in the officers.

Total Performance Sports recently held a grand opening to celebrate its new 10,000 square foot facility at 150 Charles Street. Mayor Gary Christenson toured the building and took part in the official ribbon cutting ceremony

Mayor Christenson recently participated in the opening tipoff at the start of the 2016 MNBL Winter League. The MNBL, now in its 31st season, assists our youth by teaching the importance of teamwork, promoting good sportsmanship, and instilling self-confidence.

Mayor Gary Christenson and the Malden City Council paid tribute to three Malden Firefighters who came to the rescue of a Saugus Firefighter involved in a recent three alarm blaze in Saugus.

Fresh Truck, a converted school bus that carries fresh and affordable fruits, vegetables, whole grain products and more will debut its “pop up” market on Thursday, January 14th from 3-5 PM at the Malden YMCA (Mountain Avenue side).Mayor Gary Christenson, Police Commissioner Salvatore “Butch” Gennetti, Police Chief Kevin Molis and Captain Glenn Cronin welcomed the City of Malden’s newest Student Police Officers and their families. Cameron DiCarlo, Kenneth Watkins and David Yung were recently sworn in as Student Officers.

Mayor Gary Christenson welcomed the United Conquerors Basketball Club who presented him with their “Zero Gravity Battle for the Belt” Championship trophy. The premier national AAU team remains undefeated after beating out 43 other teams.Malden Historical Commission held their 2015 Preservation Awards Ceremony at City Hall in the Mayor’s office foyer. The Preservation Awards are bestowed annually to honor outstanding achievements in historic preservation of buildings, including homes in Malden.

Malden Chamber names new 2016/2017 President and honors members for efforts in raising 20K for local breast cancer patients at Annual Meeting event. The Malden Chamber held its Annual Meeting & Awards Dinner recently at the Moose Lodge in Malden which included the induction of their 2016 Board ...
Cheverus Middle School Students were Champions in the Malden Catholic 23rd Annual Quiz Bowl Competition! In the Lancer Division, Cheverus students took home a second place trophy as well. The yearly event is a Malden Catholic student developed and run academic trivia competition between teams o...
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Congresswoman Katherine Clark joined Senator Joan Lovely, Representative Ellen Story and the Special Legislative Commission On Postpartum Depression Committee at the Mass State House. Clark was invited by Senator Lovely to update the Commission on the status of the bill she and Congressman Ryan Cost...
Malden’s Promise, a Tri-Chair led coalition, recently partnered with YouthHarbors for a panel discussion on the topic of youth and family homelessness. YouthHarbors serves homeless, unaccompanied high school students who are statistically more likely to drop out of high school. Mayor Gary Chri...
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The Malden Cultural Council recently awarded $2,000 to Housing Families’ GREAT Youth and Families Program. The grant will be used to engage homeless and formerly homeless children and youth in art therapy. Art therapy provides children and youth with a creative outlet to express complicated f...
Mayor Gary Christenson, Fire Chief Jack Colangeli, and City Council President Barbara Murphy joined family and friends at a recent ceremony to promote two Fire Department officers. Lieutenant James Dockery was promoted to Captain and Firefighter Richard Smith was promoted to Lieutenant. City Clerk...
Housing Families will be moving its main offices to 919 Eastern Avenue, Malden on February 1. Due to the recent expansion of programs to serve homeless families, Housing Families Inc. (HFI) is moving its main offices to 919 Eastern Avenue, Malden effective February 1, 2016. Housing Families CEO, J...
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Mayor Gary Christenson recently attended the LUVA Hair & Day Spa’s Art Gallery Opening which featured the colorful works of Malden artists Boriana Zaneva and Yudith Perez. To support and promote the work of local artists, LUVA hosts Art Gallery shows twice a year and invites the public. ...
The Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA), acting on behalf of the City of Malden, will receive the prestigious 2016 Audrey Nelson Community Development Achievement Award in recognition of its creative use of federal HOME and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) dollars to leverage private inve...
Total Performance Sports (TPS) recently held a grand opening to celebrate its new 10,000 square foot facility at 150 Charles Street. Mayor Gary Christenson toured the building and took part in the official ribbon cutting ceremony. A fitness destination in the area since 1999, with national recogniti...
Mayor Christenson recently participated in the opening tipoff at the start of the 2016 MNBL Winter League. The MNBL, now in its 31st season, assists our youth by teaching the importance of teamwork, promoting good sportsmanship, and instilling self-confidence. Continue Reading
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Malden City Councillor Neal Anderson will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the annual event and MATV’s Director of Operation Terlonzo Amos will be one of the six honorees at the 23rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Luncheon sponsored by the North Shore Black Women’s Association (NSBW...
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