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The Malden Teen Enrichment Center recently hosted a cookout in the Malden High School courtyard to celebrate the end of the summer while connecting with friends both new and old. The Friends of MTEC have sponsored this event for the past two years.

Mayor Gary Christenson recently held his Annual Senior Cookout under the outdoor tent at Anthony’s of Malden. Nearly 475 seniors from around the City attended the event.

The Malden YMCA middle school students defeated Idaho’s top team in a Zero Robotics contest on board the International Space Station. The students watched a live video feed to MIT Stata Center as their robots - football sized self-propelled satellites - were suspended in zero-gravity inside the space station.

Dorothy Klasner turned 90 years young and Mayor Gary Christenson stopped by to deliver Dorothy a citation in recognition of her milestone birthday. Dorothy has lived on Davis and Arcadia Streets for the past 60 years where she raised her three children, Chris, Bud and Ellen.

McFadden Memorial Manor Nursing Home has been selected to receive $300,000 of Massachusetts Historical Rehabilitation Tax Credit Funds. The funding will be used to assist the Volunteers of America Massachusetts in redeveloping the former nursing home into Forestdale Park Assisted Living.

The 7th concert of the Mayor’s Summer Concerts featured youth performer, Sarah Viera and Soul Pilgrims & Howie Newman, who got the audience to their feet. The last concert is on Tuesday, August 25th from 6-8 PM - featuring the Vintage Vibe Band.

Mayor Christenson visits the Ferryway/Beebe Schools Summer Enrichment Program as they celebrated their writer’s showcase. Over the summer, students worked on writing skills, research skills, and wrote books on a variety of subjects. The students took turns reading their books to classmates.

Mayor Christenson congratulated Malden resident Emma Smith-Benzon who was recently crowned Miss Pre-Teen Massachusetts. Emma, who prior to this contest never before participated in a pageant, spent many hours practicing on her own after viewing YouTube videos. She won the competition that featured more than 40 girls.

A group of Malden High School freshman recently presented their Malden Adventures and Academics Program project to Mayor Christenson and Director of Public Works Bob Knox. The students were accompanied by MHS Counselor and MAAP Director Erin Craven.

Mayor Christenson and State Rep Ultrino wishes longtime Malden resident Antionette “Ann” Cesario a very happy 100th birthday at a celebration hosted by her family at Exchange Street Bistro. Ann was born July 22, 1915 on Hubbard Street, and is the oldest child of the late Giosue and Rose Verrengia.

Malden PD held a graduation ceremony for the Junior Police Academy summer camp where students in the fifth through eighth grades partake a week-long event. School Resource Officer Gustavo Kruschewsky put the “cadets” through their paces every day.

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Malden’s very first Fairy House Event was celebrated last Saturday turning Pine Banks Park into an enchanted forest garden. Hundreds of residents from Malden and surrounding cities and towns attended to participate in and visit the whimsical habitats built for fairies and nature’s othe...
Congresswoman Katherine Clark in collaboration with Malden High School will organize a College Affordability Workshop at Malden High School on the evening of Wednesday, October 14th from 6:30-8:30 PM in the auditorium of Malden High School, 77 Salem Street. Students and parents will learn about op...
The Malden Fire Department is pleased to announce that their recent FEMA Fire Grant award of $275,000 has funded the purchase of new, much needed state-of-the-art equipment. The grant written by Deputy Chief Kevin Finn and Lieutenant Steve Loverage is one of the largest grants awarded in Mas...
Mayor Gary Christenson and the Malden City Council will host a public meeting for residents on Thursday, September 10, 2015 from 6-8 PM in the City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, 200 Pleasant Street. At the meeting, Jefferson Apartment Group will present the proposed plans for the mixed-use re...
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Celebrating its 10th season, Window Arts Malden 2015, scheduled to take place September 20 through October 12, 2015. Window Arts Malden matches artists with Downtown Malden locations (storefronts and other appropriate sites) where they will exhibit their work. Artists are asked to consider the spec...
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Mayor Gary Christenson and Ward 1 City Councillor Peg Crowe recently dedicated the Green Street Basketball Court in honor of lifelong Malden resident Kenny Mazonson. State Representatives Paul Donato and Steve Ultrino along with School Committee member Adam Weldai also participated in the event. T...
Many turned out on a perfect summer evening for the last of Mayor Christenson’s Summer Concert series. Residents and City Hall employees gathered on City Hall Plaza for the performance which featured fan favorite “Vintage Vibe Band.” Many got to their feet and danced or sang alon...
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Mayor Gary Christenson recently held his Annual Senior Cookout under the outdoor tent at Anthony’s of Malden. Nearly 475 seniors from around the City attended the event and enjoyed a fun evening filled with delicious food, music, raffles and prizes. Mayor Christenson welcomed State Senator J...
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Longtime Malden business Garrick Santo has taken an initiative to put our youth to work! Rob Santo, President of Garrick-Santo Landscape Co. reached out to Mayor Gary Christenson early in the spring to explore hiring Malden youth transitioning out of high school or already in college who would be ...
The Mystic River Rugby Club recently held a successful river cleanup event where 25 volunteers helped to beautify the banks of the Malden River. They removed trash from areas along a portion of the Malden River Route off Canal Street from the Medford Street Bridge, past the Cambridge Health Allian...
Mayor Gary Christenson congratulated the Malden YMCA Team of 22 middle school students who defeated Idaho’s top team, from the North Idaho STEM Charter Academy in the Zero Robotics contest on board the International Space Station (ISS). The students watched a live video feed stream...
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The Department of Public Works (DPW) will hold a recycling day for a variety of items including tires, televisions, computer monitors and car batteries on Saturday, September 26, 2015. Residents of Malden will be able to bring recyclable items to the DPW, 356 Commercial Street from 9AM-2PM. Paint ...
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