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At its Oct. 9 meeting, the City Council’s Finance Committee voted unanimously in favor of a $5 million bond that will be used to fund the build out of the new City Hall building

2nd Stage Productions performance of Urinetown at St. Paul’s Parish with several recent MHS graduates in leading roles in this satirical comedy musical!

The third annual Sunset, Storytelling and Stargazing event at Waitt's Mount was a blast!

Mayor Gary Christenson said it was a great turnout at the Bread of Life Annual Walk for Bread & 5K Run. He was impressed to see Jaime and Matthew covering for their Dad Ron Cochran in the race!

HUGE Thank You to long time supporters Bond Brothers for directing the proceeds of last Saturday’s Annual Golf Tournament to Housing families - this year raised $7,600 for our cause! Shout out to Team Housing Families

Mayor Christenson and the City Council are pleased to report that our City Charter is now available online at http://www.cityofmalden.org/citycharter and special thanks to former longtime city employees Karen Anderson and Sheila Fermano for helping us to achieve this goal

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!

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Malden Reads is pleased to announce its 2019 book selection: The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane, written by #1 New York Times best-selling author Lisa See. The Tea Girl is set in both China and the United States, where the story follows the lives of Li-yan, a member of the Akha ethnic minority in Chin...
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Against all odds, a beloved member of a Malden family is back home, after almost four months missing. Udon, a 10-year-old Maltese who disappeared from his owners’ fenced-in backyard in June, turned up on Oct. 14, and is now back with the people who never gave up on getting him back. “I c...
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Malden Police and Malden Board of Health are hosting the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) National Prescription Take-Back Day on Saturday October 27, 2018 from 10 AM-2PM at the Malden Police Station, 800 Eastern Avenue. Take-Back Day provides a safe, convenient, and responsible means of...
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More money is needed for the build out of the new Malden City Hall At its Oct. 9 meeting, the City Council’s Finance Committee voted unanimously in favor of a $5 million bond that will be used to fund the build out of the new building. The vote came after a brief presentation made by Ron Hoga...
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Dr. Kelly Chase is returning to Malden Public Schools as Assistant Superintendent. She has been in the education system for over 20 years and has been the assistant superintendent for the district before; now, she is back and reconnecting with the community. In June, she was appointed by the school ...
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Mayor Christenson says Let’s hope for no snow as we won’t begin Winter Parking restrictions until the first winter event of the year! Our goal is to ease the burden on residents during the early part of winter. More info to follow but for now thanks to Parking Director Ron Hogan for all ...
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In commemoration of Fire Prevention Week, the Malden Fire and Police Departments recently held their First Annual Public Safety Day at Linden Park and school. Fire Prevention Week is a time that all are encouraged to recognize the dangers that can occur in the places we feel the safest. ...
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The Malden Teen Enrichment Center (MTEC) was recently the beneficiary of a refurbished pool table donated by the Malden Disabled American Veterans (DAV). DAV Commander Joe Borbas and Adjutant Deb Olson reached out to MTEC Coordinator Cathy MacMullin to see if the students could benefit from the pool...
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AURA BEAUTY LOUNGE is a Full Service Lounge, located in Malden. We are a Full Service Lounge specializing in Facials, Eyelash Extensions, Eyebrows, Skin Care, Facial/Body Waxing, Body Contouring, Makeup and Spray Tan Services. Come spend the day with us and discover why we are truly the best!134 Ple...
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The City of Malden’s Annual Veterans Day Parade will kick off at 10 AM on Sunday, November 11, 2018 at the corner of Elm and Pleasant Streets (across from the former American Legion). This year’s parade route will be changed to accommodate the 11 AM dedication of the World War I Memorial...
A reception was held on September 27th to celebrate the accomplishments of Malden’s Promise, a city-school-community coalition. This annual celebration includes a “year in review” presentation that showcases the coalition’s achievements in its work to support Malden’s y...
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On October 25th, 7 PM at the Malden Public Library (Maccario Room), Matt Brennan, who is a resident of Malden, will be launching his new book titled The Darkness.This is his first book launch and would love to see as many  people there as possible. He will have also have limited number of signe...
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