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Sergeant Steve Noble was promoted to Lieutenant and Officer J.P. Kelly was promoted to Sergeant following the retirement of Lieutenant George Grimes. The oath was administered by City Clerk Karen Anderson. Many retired members of the Police Department and Malden Fire Department were present to congratulate their newly promoted brothers in public safety.

Mayor Talks City Government with Students - Mayor Christenson was invited by Beebe First Grade Teacher Teri Malone to discuss the workings of city government with her first grade class. The students are learning about communities, elected officials and the workers who help to make a city prosperous.

The YWCA TASK (Teen Advocates Sharing Knowledge) teens and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council won a Social Advocacy award by The American Planning Association - MA Chapter. The project “Placemaking/Photovoice Project in Malden” was recognized for its high level of advocacy planning on behalf of Malden residents.

Army E4-SPC Specialist Ted Louis-Jacques was recently home on leave after graduating from Basic Combat Training from the First Platoon "NightStalkers" in the Alpha Company "Titans" Third Battalion Tenth Infantry Brigade at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. A Malden High School alum holds a Criminal Justice degree from Mt. Ida College and is Advance Individual Training at Fort Leonard Wood. He plans to enroll in Officer Candidate School to become an Officer.

Mayor on the Move - Mayor Christenson invites residents to join him for informal office hours at Dunkin Donuts at 155 Beach Street on Thursday, January 15th from 8:00-9:30 AM. “I’m looking forward to my first Mayor on the Move in 2015! I’m grateful to Dunkin Donuts owner Salvi Couto for welcoming me to set up shop in his business – this will allow me to catch up with residents on their way to work.” said Mayor Christenson

The Mass Association of Public Health Nurses presented Maria Tamagna, RN, of Operation Stand Down with this year’s Local Civilian Hero. The organization was presented with the award from the Boston Chapter of Volunteers of America for their work with an intervention program designed to help the nation’s homeless veterans.

Forestdale School students collected over 1,500 cans of food for the Bread of Life for holiday meals. Principal Don Concannon encouraged the effort with a $200 Staples gift card to the teacher whose class brought in the most cans.

Malden has a new home for adults with developmental disabilities at the Cedar House. It is a converted former rooming house at 116-118 Cedar Street that houses 12 adults and two live-in staff members.

The Malden Girl Scouts stared their annual Girl Scout Cookie Season with Mayor Christensen's box of his favorites - Thin Mints. The sale runs from Dec 12 through March 10. Cookies may be purchased online at girlscoutsofmalden@gmail.com or visit www.girlscoutseasternmass.org

Housing and Economic Development Secretary Greg Bialecki announced additional $6 million funding for the development plan of Malden Center. The grant will help replace municipal buildings with mixed use, reconnect Pleasant Street, relocate City Hall within the new development and build a new police headquarters.

Mayor Christenson welcomes Cha Shu Bubble Tea to 62 Summer St with a ribbon cutting. Cha Shu serves coffee, bubble tea, light sandwiches and pastries and has a breakfast menu consisting of bagels, breakfast sandwiches, and French toast. Chinese baked specialty items such as buns and egg tarts are available on weekends.

For  the 5th time that the Malden High School Choral Arts Society was invited to perform on the Grand Staircase at the State House. Mayor Christenson, Secretary of State Galvin, State Representative Fallon, Principal Brown, Choral Arts Director Cole and School Committee members Iovino and Froio attended this festive event.

Jean Jose opens Malden’s newest restaurant and bakery with a Caribbean theme at 188 Salem Street. The restaurant features authentic Haitian cuisine, tropical soft drinks and serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and baked goods.

The LUVA Hair & Day Spa’s has created an art gallery featuring the works of Malden artists Ed Porzio and Bonnie Blanchard. Mr. Porzio’s oil paintings have an interpretive and abstract style using bold color, and a light, playful theme. Ms. Blanchard, from the Window Arts Program, creates whimsical fascinators. The Gallery will be on display for six months and the public is welcome.

Polar Express on track as Mayor Christenson joins children for his annual reading of “The Polar Express” at the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church. The children presented the Mayor with a framed “round-trip ticket” on the Express for his continued participation in the annual event. “I very much enjoy reading this timeless story which for me promotes the spirit of the holiday season,” said Mayor Christenson.

Mayor Gary Christenson recently wished longtime Malden resident Marie Teresa Nania a very happy 100th birthday at her Ward 6 home. When the Mayor asked Ms. Nania what her secret was for such a long and healthy life, she responded that “hard work” has kept her busy and young at heart.

Malden High School, Malden Catholic and the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School each painted a mural on the back side of Murphy’s building at 20 Waite Court along the Bike Path.Malden Catholic High School won  first place and a $1,000 with a Comic Book theme about Yankee Pest Control.

The 5th annual fundraising concert performance by “Children for Children” was held at the Dexter Street home of the Kruckenberg Family. It featured talented local children who sang, recited poems and played the harp, ukulele, violin, and cello. More than 20 children participated and $1,522.93 was raised for “Care for Life.”

Mayor Christenson attended the Haitian American Pastor’s Association Inaugural Ceremony. The revival ceremony at the Holiness Church of God in Medford welcomed a new association of leaders.

Angel Baseball Giants and members of the community received exciting news from "The BASE" founder and President Robert Lewis, Jr.  who announced that Angel Baseball players will be receiving as much as $1 million dollars in scholarship funding.

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YWCA TASK Teens Win Social Advocacy Award for Placemaking Photovoice Project
Mayor Gary Christenson welcomed the YWCA TASK (Teen Advocates Sharing Knowledge) teens and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council to congratulate the teens for winning a Social Advocacy award by The American Planning Association - MA Chapter Awards…
Malden Board of Health Nurse Maria Tamagna named Local Hero
The Mass Association of Public Health Nurses (MAPHN) was named this year’s Local Civilian Hero. The organization was presented with the award from the Boston Chapter of Volunteers of America for their work with Operation Stand Down, an intervention…
Celebrating a New Home for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Mayor Christenson presided over a ribbon cutting at Cedar House, a converted former rooming house at 116-118 Cedar Street that now houses 12 adults with developmental disabilities and two live-in staff members. The event was also attended by State …
$6 Million Massworks Grant for Malden Center
At a press conference at Malden City Hall, Housing and Economic Development Secretary Greg Bialecki announced an additional $6 million in funding for a transformative development plan in Malden Center. The grant will enable the City to replace its …
Grand Opening of Cha Shu Bubble Tea
Mayor Gary Christenson welcomes Cha Shu Bubble Tea to 62 Summer Street with a ribbon cutting. Cha Shu serves coffee, bubble tea, light sandwiches and pastries and has a breakfast menu consisting of bagels, breakfast sandwiches, and French toast.…
J&R Restaurant and Bakery offers Authentic Caribbean Fare
Jean Jose opens Malden’s newest restaurant and bakery with a Caribbean theme at 188 Salem Street. The restaurant features authentic Haitian cuisine, tropical soft drinks and serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and baked goods.…
Malden Saves Energy in Pursuit of $45,000 Award
The City of Malden is one of a few cities eligible for an Award from National Grid and could win $45,000. Schools, faith organizations, community groups, volunteers and City employees in Malden are working together to help secure the award. …
And the Winner Is…
Malden High Schools Collaborate with Yankee Pest Control in Mural Contest. Mayor Gary Christenson joined Proprietor of Yankee Pest Control, Galvin Murphy to announce the winner of the Art Mural Contest which transformed the back side of Murphy’s …
Angel Baseball - Expectations are Giant
The Angel Baseball Giants and members of the Malden community received exciting news from "The BASE" founder and President Robert Lewis, Jr. Mr. Lewis announced that Angel Baseball players will be receiving as much as $1 million dollars in scholarsh…
Holiday Season begins with a Parade and Christmas Tree Lighting
Malden’s 11th Annual Parade of Holiday Traditions was held to crowds of excited spectators lined the route and cheered parade participants as they marched from Maplewood Square, along Main Street and ending at the reviewing stand at the Malden Teen…
Historical Commission Preservation Awards
As has been tradition in the City for many years, the Malden Historical Commission held their 2014 Preservation Awards Ceremony at City Hall in the Mayor’s office foyer. The Preservation awards are bestowed to honor outstanding achievements…
Wynn Delivers!
Three weeks after Massachusetts voters rejected the effort to repeal the state’s 2011 casino law, Robert DeSalvio, President of Wynn Resorts presented Mayor Gary Christenson and members of the City Council with a $1,000,000 check…
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