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Mayor Gary Christenson recently attended a ribbon cutting for a new office of Triangle, Inc. at 157 Pleasant Street. This new location will serve as Triangle’s hub for individual job seekers and referrals from the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission and the Department of Transitional Assistance along with a new Testing Center that will provide a wide variety of tests for job seekers in the region.

Mayor Christenson got a chance to meet with the instructors, job coaches, and staff trainees of our Summer Youth Employment Program and it reminded him that although it may not seem it right now, our future does remain bright

 Mayor Christenson says Not only do I want to congratulate Faces Brewing on it’s ribbon cutting ceremony but I also want to thank them for creating a place that is classy, fun and full of history from the former First National Bank!

After 38 years of educating the students of MHS, Ron Janowicz is heading home for the last time, at 4:20 on his last day. Best wishes for a happy retirement. You will be missed.

The Immigrant Learning Center is one of 130 nonprofits to receive grants of $100,000 to $500,000 through Cummings Foundation’s $20 million Grant Program

MATV/UMA and the City of Malden invite you to participate in a community media project that is documenting, showcasing, and archiving our collective experience during this time of social distancing

Where did Malden's Coytemore Lea Park get its name?  In 1647, Governor John Winthrop ("City on a Hill') married, as his fourth wife Martha (Rainsborough) Coytemore, a widow.  Martha's first husband Thomas Coytemore, a ship captain, was lost at sea of the coast of Spain in 1644.

With school being closed for the rest of the year it’s more important than ever to support our seniors so with the help of  Jadeane Sica-Bernbaum and the City Council and School Committee we will be purchasing customized signs for all our graduates to have on their lawn and in their windows!

MaldenPublicSchools at work preparing Chromebooks for distribution this week!

Great celebration of Black History. Some Malden High School students dressed in cultural dress for the fashion show!

Future Leaders Visit Malden PD. Girl Scout Troop 82224 earned their “detective badges” by participating in a variety of tasks during their visit to our H.Q.  Troop 82224, fantastic job today on your introduction into investigations. The Troop learned a little about, locating and lifting fingerprints, interviewing, and preparation and planning before an investigation  - Stay Safe and Keep Learning.

Mayor Christenson says Wow! That’s all I can say after eating at Malden’s newest restaurant, El MexSal, which serves authentic Latin food. For more info, visit http://elmexsalmalden.com

Great to see the first Soofa signs go up in Malden Center! It has Community events, wayfinding maps, & real-time Orange Line times, it's all on display!

Malden students on complet a first-ever Disability History Class: “From Institutions to Independence” which was made possible thanks to a grant from the Bayrd Foundation and through the partnership of the Disability Policy Consortium and MHS’s Ms. Collomb!

Mayor Christenson is honored to be on hand to welcome high school students from Beijing which was made possible thanks to organizations like Malden’s Chinese Culture Connection!

Idlehands Beer and Mayor Christenson know how to start the New Year off right with the addition of an indoor mural being painted by longtime Malden resident Allison Bamcat

 Malden’s Warming Center with Police Chief and Mayor spending time with those availing themselves of this important resource and thanking Pastor Whetstone and all the volunteers for making this happen for a second straight year.

Malden Chamber of Commerce says we are thrilled to be able to donate a portion of our proceeds from SuperBowl IV to the Chinese Culture Connection. Along with representatives from their organization are also Lisa O'Loughlin and Gregg Ellenberg, Chamber Board members and Chamber Director, Joan Ford Mongeau.

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Win 52 Weeks of Dining to Malden Area Eateries sponsered by Malden Chamber of Commerce. Purchase and enter to win 52 Gift Cards to Malden Area Eateries for dine in or take out. If you win, you will be able to eat out every week for a year! By purchasing tickets, you are supporting our local establis...
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Social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID can also cause isolation & loneliness for our seniors. Mystic Valley Elder Services is launching a new Social Engagement Program & needs you to volunteer. Call 781-388-2375 to learn more!
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The Malden Public Library is now open for curbside holds pickup. Curbside hold pickup means you will be asking for items either from our website or via phone. This will be available Mondays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.    Library staff will collect and check out materials, and co...
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The City of Malden recently received an Urban and Community Forestry Challenge Grant in the amount of $30,000. This grant is funded in part by the USDA Forest Service through the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation Urban and Community Forestry Program and is available to municipa...
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Summer Reading Celebration & Parade on July 15 Summer Reading is about to begin at the Malden Public Library! To kick things off we are hosting a ‘parade’ style event and you are our guest of honor! On Wednesday, July 15 (2 PM – 3 PM), drive (or walk) along our parade route a...
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Hosted by Malden Chamber of Commerce. Even if you can’t meet in person, that doesn’t mean business — or the need to build relationships — stops. In fact, without the natural interactions that go along with in-person work and events, it’s even more important to be proact...
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Fire Chief Bill Sullivan’s Statement on Illegal Fire Works As the Chief of the Malden Fire Department, and a Malden resident, I certainly share the concerns of all Malden’s residents, with respect to the use of illegal fireworks in our City.   Many surrounding communities, a...
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  East Cambridge Savings Bank today announced their participation in the Federal Reserve Main Street Lending Program. Part of the CARES Act, this loan program is intended to assist small to medium size businesses that are in sound financial condition but have been negatively impacted by the COV...
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  Mystic Valley Elder Services (MVES) is seeking volunteers for its new Social Engagement Program to help improve the health and well-being of isolated older adults in the community by providing meaningful social connection—whether it be through regular visits, telephone calls, or email. ...
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The Malden Public Library is open for curbside holds pickup starting June 15, 2020. Curbside hold pickup means you will be asking for items either from our website or via phone. This will be available Mondays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Library staff will collect and check out mater...
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Bread of Life needs people to help and Distribute Food to Neighbors.  Despite the economy opening up more and more, Bread of Life saw the highest number of families ever accessing its Malden food pantry on June 19th: 186 families served in two hours. Prior to that, the need for the pantry had p...
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Announcing Malden Arts Mondays! Curious? Every Monday in July and August, Malden Arts will post a short bio of a Maldonian, a walking tour related to that person’s life, and a choice of fun activities. All ages can explore our amazing city through the lens of art, literature, music, architectu...
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