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Wynn Boston Harbor Construction Area and Facility

Malden square circa 1907

Officials from Malden, Medford and Everett agreed Tuesday to help fund a health risk assessment of the Malden River, but declined to provide additional funding toward a greenway vision plan for the area.

Hoff’s Bakerys Vinny Frattura with daughter Nicole and son David who help run the business

Malden resident Eva Marshall will be 94 years young on December 25th! A celebration organized by her family was recently held in her honor. A citation from the City was presented to Eva in recognition of her milestone birthday. Eva, a former dance instructor has five daughters, Janet, Shirley, Karen, Lenore and Laurie.

Joe Piantedosi recently welcomed Mayor Gary Christenson along with elected officials and local celebrities to a celebration in honor of Piantedosi Bakery’s 100th anniversary.

Mayor Christenson joined New England Coffee as they celebrated their 100th anniversary with employees, family members and friends. New England Coffee, a multi-generational family operated business, is New England’s largest independent coffee roaster.

 

President's Day City Services Closed     In observance of the President's Day Holiday, Malden City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 20th, 2017.     Trash/Recycling is not collected on Monday and will be pushed forward 1 day for the rest of the week (T...
Smoking Cause of Malden Fatal Fire - No Working Smoke Alarms Wednesday, February 15, 2017 State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey and Malden Fire Chief Kevin P. Finn announced the cause of last night’s fatal fire at 30 Perkins Avenue in Malden was the improper disposal of smoking materials...
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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 interactive presentation displays a fully furnis...
Please take notice that municipal offices in City Hall will close Monday, February 20th for the President's Day holiday. Continue Reading
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 de Lulu. She first brought the flair and authe...
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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! Leah has directed many performance teams, often sever...
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The Zonta Club of Malden Celebrates Amelia Earhart... Each year in January, Zonta International, a worldwide organization that empowers women and girls through service and advocacy, celebrates the spirit of the famous aviatrix Amelia Earhart for her contributions to aerospace and the empowerment of...
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Ferryway School Student Wins Easter Seals Award. The 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 ...
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 tireless efforts of City Councillor Craig Spadafora, who a...
Seventeen streets that were originally planned to be repaved this year in Malden may take a bit longer than expected. At its Tuesday, Jan. 31 meeting, the Finance Committee met with Stephen O'Neill of the civil engineering firm HSI to discuss the timeframe for roadwork to be done this upcoming c...
The Moratorium Committee met to discuss an upcoming survey on construction projects, which will move forward despite a lack of support from a hired consulting firm. The firm, Community Opportunities Group, apparently objected to the City Council's desire to have residents include their address o...
The former director of food services for the Malden Public Schools has filed a lawsuit against the City of Malden, claiming that she was mistreated and wrongfully fired by former Superintendent of Schools Dr. David DeRuosi and that she was discriminated against based on her gender and age.Cheryl Mag...
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