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Good Luck to all the competitors of the District 12 Challenger Little Leauge team who are on their way to Williamsport PA to compete in the Little League World Series . Congratulations on your amazing year and all your accomplishments We will all be rooting for you!

Team picture time for the District 12 Challenger League as they get set to head to Pennsylvania to represent us in the Little League World Series!

Textile Recycling

Congrats to all the award recipients at the Girls Youth Softball Banquet. Mayor Christenson says  "I look forward to hosting the Diamond Divas in the Mayor’s Office to celebrate their winning of this year’s Intercity Championship"

The US Army helecopter and it's crew with the Junior Police Academy recruits from Malden PD & Everett PD

School Committee Member Tara Murphy Beardsley welcomed Mayor Gary Christenson, Superintendent of Schools John Oteri, students, families and the public at a recent ribbon cutting for the brand-new Little Free Library at Malden’s Linden STEAM Academy.

Mayor Gary Christenson (center) with artists, elected officials and members of ARTLine

Kathern Clark visits Malden's South Cove Community Health Center as House Democrats work to protect and expand affordable health care coverage. Democrats have passed 10 bills to protect ACA and lower prescription drug costs.

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So excited to share news about a fun event for Bread of Life. “JUST DESSERTS” (yes, you read that right!). Join us Wednesday September 18th at Malden Irish American Club and enjoy desserts, coffee, tea, music, raffles and silent auction. And check out this line-up: Dessert tastings confi...
Play Ball !!!. Featured in this year’s Little League Challenger Division Exhibition Game at the Little League Baseball World Series game will be Massachusetts very own District 12 Challenger Little League and Peterborough (Ontario) Challenger Baseball League. The 2019 Little League Challenge...
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What a fantastic night! Thanks to the generosity of all of YOU, a whopping 36K was raised at the Yankee Pest Control Jamboree! And donations are still coming in! Thank you Galvin and Barbara Murphy, the staff and business associates at Yankee Pest Control, Malden city leaders, food, drink,...
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As of August 28 the new address for the Malden Chamber of Commerce will be 6 Pleasant St unit #510   Please update your records to reflect this change. Of course you can always reach us through our email: info@maldenchamber.org and our phone number will stay the same at 781-322-4500 We look for...
Registration for the Before/After School programs  Pre K through grade 8 is now re-opened. Registration closes August 23. Please visit before and after school programs    or call 781-810-7684
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It was 85 and sunny outside but 30 Malden High School Educators working toward better teaching and learning for our students.  Just another reason why MHS is such a special place!
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Shout out to MaldenArts as it continues its ArtLine mural project on the Exchange Street side of 110 Pleasant St. This latest mural has a “Spirit in the Sky” theme reflecting on the song with the same name written and recorded in 1969 by former Maldonian Norman Greenbaum.
Mayor Gary Christenson has proposed the elimination of the PAYT trash program and dual-stream recycling system. The new proposal calls for city issued barrels for both trash and recycling.  “I’m pleased that we were able to come up with a proposal that is acceptable to our trash pro...
Free Curbside Textile Recycling Service Coming to Malden Beginning August 19, 2019 Malden residents will be able to recycle unwanted textiles and small household items simply by bagging them and leaving them at the curb on their regular trash/recycling collection day. Malden is providing the free ne...
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In support of “National Night Out” (August 6th, 2019), we’re asking Maldonians to turn on a light, particularly a blue light, on August 6th. It will serve at least two purposes: 1) Research has shown that lighting reduces crime and/or fear of crime, and 2) The men and women that w...
Three Malden friends with an extra Red Sox ticket were off to the ballgame on July 16 when they spotted a homeless man named John. Sean Wetzonis, Pedro Lugo and Francisco Rios ended up giving the ticket to John, then treated him to a beer and a fun evening. The story then went viral as news outlets...
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Mayor Gary Christenson recently attended the Ribbon Cutting celebration of Mr. Suazo’s Barbershop located at 16 Lebanon Street. The newly renovated full-service barbershop features a billiards table for clients to come in and relax while waiting for their appointment. Salon owner, Juan Carlos ...
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