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Salemwood School 7th Graders were recently surprised by a visit from Channel 7 News upon learning about the students’ diligent efforts to raise funds to help a boy across the world suffering from a rare eye cancer. The young boy, David, is from Ghana and became known to the students through teacher Ms. Jennifer Hedrington

Mayor Gary Christenson in opening the 2017 ceremony of the Malden School Day Special Olympics Games on Thursday, May 4th at Macdonald Stadium

The Malden Youth Baseball Opening Day Celebration began with a parade that began at the Beebe School and marched to Bruce Field at Devir Park. The festivities continued with lively baseball games played by the Minor and Major League division teams.

The 2017 Taste of Malden was a great success this year. It was sold out and everyone went home happy. Exchange St Bistro took home the big award of the night for the  'Tastiest Sample' for their Seafood Chowder! Congrats! Also  Ferry Street Malden took home this years 'Best Display' trophy  Congrats , well deserved!

Mayor Gary Christenson once again enjoyed the brilliant artwork of Malden High School students at the Opening Reception of the Annual Blue and Gold Gallery hosted by John Preotle at 350 Main Street.

Malden Catholic celebrates new solar array. On Thursday, the all-boys preparatory high school celebrated the installation of 1,512 solar panels on its roof

He may only be in kindergarten, but Timothy Reid is gaining a serious reputation as a Bruins buzz-cutter. The Malden 5-year-old turned Bruins barber for the day shaving forward Brad Marchand’s head at the team’s 10th annual “Cuts for a Cause” event, March 27 at the House of Blues in Boston.

Malden Chamber of Commerce Networking event was held at the Stoneham Theater. A great tour of the theater, including backstage, made for a unique and interesting event.

City workers bid farewell to the old City hall

Wynn Boston Harbor Construction Area and Facility

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Malden Chamber donates $1,000 from recent Taste of Malden event to YMCA of Malden’s Summer Youth Food Programs. “Summer isn’t fun when you’re hungry” is the tag line the YMCA in Malden uses when promoting their Summer Food Service Program to potential sponsors and the M...
Memorial Day 2017 City Services Open/Closed Please take notice that municipal offices in City Hall will close Monday, May 29th, for the Memorial Day holiday. List of City Services Open/Closed for the Holiday Department/Service    Monday, May 29th Fire Department   &n...
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Mayor Gary Christenson recently participated in the Friends of Oak Grove’s (FOOGI) annual Pawrade - a one-mile pageant walk on the Bike Path from Roosevelt Park to the Dockside showcasing people of all ages with their pets in costume. Participants received a goody bag containing pet supplies...
Last fall, the City of Malden’s Complete Streets Policy went into effect which is designed to enhance safety and accessibility for all the users of our streets, including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, motorists, and people of all ages and abilities. A Task Force was formed to assi...
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Malden native and NFL Super Bowl Champion Breno Giacomini held yet another successful American Football Without Barriers Camp (AFWB) at Macdonald Stadium last weekend. Mayor Gary Christenson joined Recreation Coordinator Joe Levine for the free camp that was open to youth in grades 1 through 12 wh...
The Department of Public Works will be applying fertilizer and a weed control application to the parks on Saturday May 27th (weather permitting).  Upon completion, flags will be placed at the entrance to the park and along the field.  Areas of treatment will also be marked off with yello...
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Mayor Gary Christenson, State Representative Steve Ultrino, and members of the community participated in the Malden YWCA’s second annual Fun and Fit 5K event on a sunny spring Sunday at Pine Banks Park. The race was sponsored in part by Brookline Bank, Eastern Bank, John B. Cruz Construction...
Please take notice that municipal offices in City Hall will close Monday, May 29th, for the Memorial Day holiday. Continue Reading
Malden has long been committed to embracing its diversity. I have been concerned to hear about allegations of discrimination at the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School. Although I have no authority over the school’s policies, I do hope that the administration will resolve this issue in a w...
Nomination Papers Available June 20th Nomination papers will be available for the November 17 City Election on Tuesday, June 20th and may be obtained at the City Clerk’s office, 110 Pleasant Street, only by a candidate or a person presenting the signed authorization for a candidate. The las...
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A celebratory “Demolition Event” was recently held at 200 Pleasant Street to commemorate the tearing down of the Police Station and City Hall buildings. Sandi Silk, Senior Vice President of Jefferson Apartment Group (JAG) coordinated the event which included Mayor Gary Christenson, Sec...
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Backpack Drive 5/15/2017 to 08/04/2017       Our children need your help to succeed in school! Housing Families' Annual Backpack Drive is back! May 15th through August 4th, we will collect new backpacks and school supplies. Your generous support will provide a filled ...
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