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Thanks to Bay State Textiles for their donations to Malden PTOs of $675.  Kathryn Larsen presents the big check to PTO member Dawn O’Toole, Principals and School Committee

The Malden Catholic School for Girls joined forces with Malden Arts and Zonta Intl Club of Malden to host an Art Gallery with Watercolor Women by Faith Rice!

Thank you to Agero Services for their VERY generous donation of 100 backpacks filled with school supplies!! This will make a huge difference for our students

Ed Emberley touching up the fantastic mural on Exchange Street

Successful first road trip! Getting better every day. Girls volleyball finished the day with 5 wins and 2 losses at the GLTS Pre-season jamboree!

Welcome to the Malden High School class of 2022

Ribbon cutting ceremony for Station Bistro & KTV, a fun and modern karaoke bar located at 76 Exchange Street in the heart of Malden.

Rose Means, 9 years old, won first place in the Youth catagory at the 2018 Fairy Festival held at Pine Banks Park

The Annual Senior BBQ was a great success thanks to Kathleen Manning Hall who led a stellar cast of volunteers including a large contingent of youth.

Congrats to everyone involved on a great kickoff to the 89th St Rocco feast and thanks for continuing this annual community tradition - Viva San Rocco!

MaldenPublicLibrary says A big thank you to everyone who attended our 18+ Harry Potter Party on Tuesday night and an equally big thank you to everyone who helped make it happen! You all help make libraries great! Congratulations to Ravenclaw for winning the House Cup!

Mayor Christenson says Thank you to Luva Hair Day Spa for once again promoting the arts by hosting Carl Ristaino and Joe Saro’s Gallery Opening!

Congresswoman Katherine Clark was treated to a belated surprise birthday celebration by local youth at the Malden Teen Enrichment Center. The Congresswoman shared cake and conversation with students and staff, discussing issues pertinent to the community and the youth center.

Mayor Christenson says "As I continue to recover from my first ever 10K Road Race, I want to thank organizers Ed O'Connor and Brittany Trimble for putting on a great event for our city as well as the 1,500 runners who helped raise $10,000 for our new World War I Memorial"

Mayor Gary Christenson welcomes MHS's incoming ninth graders as part of the Malden Adventures and Academics Program led by Ms. Craven and funded by the Bayrd Foundation!

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City Councillor Ryan O’Malley, Ward 4, in collaboration with Malden Reads, recently announced the third annual Sunset, Storytelling and Stargazing on Waitt’s Mount to be from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Oct. 13 at the summit in Malden.   Patrons will have the opportunity to watch the sunse...
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Attention Malden youth. We invite you to a fun event at Macdonald Stadium that will put your fitness to the test! The Malden Police Department in collaboration with the Malden Recreation Department and the local U.S. Army office put together an obstacle course this Saturday, September 29th from 10...
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Mayor Gary Christenson recently participated in a Grand Re-opening of District Kitchen located at 2 Florence Street. The newly updated menu emphasizes authentic Chinese and Szechuan Cuisine with a focus on homemade noodles and handmade dumplings. All food is made from scratch using fresh and locally...
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A reception was held on September 12th to celebrate the opening of the new Malden Catholic School for Girls Art Gallery. The school collaborated with Malden Arts and the Zonta Club of Malden to bring an inaugural gallery exhibit featuring Watercolor Women by Faith Rice. The organizations share a uni...
In the latest City Council meeting, the council took up a paper calling for the voting age in city elections to be lowered to 16. While the item was only referred to committee, it garnered much debate prior to that action. The matter was put forth by Councilor Stephen Winslow, who said that it was t...
The Malden City Council officially wants the National Grid lockout to end.At its first meeting back from summer break, the City Council unanimously voted in favor of a resolve that urges National Grid its current lockout of union gas workers through a “fair and equitable contract that provides...
On Tuesday, September 25th National Voter Registration Day activities will take place in various locations around the City of Malden. The annual effort is held on the fourth Tuesday in September each year and its goal is to ensure everyone has the opportunity to vote. The campaign strives to create ...
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Malden Boys high school soccer improve to 4-0 defeating Everett 1-0. Great game guys.
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Girls soccer improve to 4-0 with a 2-1 victory over Winthrop! Nice job girls!!!  Goals by senior captain Salma Bezatt and sophomore Niely Aristil
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Mayor Gary Christenson and State Senator Jason Lewis attended Boy Scout Troop 603’s Eagle Scout Court of Honor for Malden resident Paul Albright. Over the course of his scouting career, Paul has earned many merit badges. For his Eagle Scout service project, Paul brought the community together ...
In honor of National Fire Prevention Week, the Malden Fire and Police Departments will be holding the City’s First Annual Public Safety Day on Sunday, October 7th from 10 AM – 2 PM at Linden Park, 29 Wescott Street. Fire Prevention Week is a time that all are encouraged to recognize the ...
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 Marking National Suicide Prevention Week, Congresswoman Katherine Clark (MA-05) and Oregon’s Senator Jeff Merkley today introduced the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Act, new bicameral legislation that would help fill the critical unmet need for school-based mental health ser...
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