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Ground breaking of the brand new “splash pad” is being installed at Lincoln Commons Park, located at Cross and Bryant Streets. A splash pad is a designated area most often in a park or public place that typically has ground nozzles that spray water upwards.

Malden resident and community activist Howard McGowan turns a happy 90th birthday, with a celebration at the Senior Center. Many seniors and members of the Mass Senior Action Committee gathered to honor him.

Governor Deval Patrick comes to observe students at the Salemwood School as they participate in the Governor's Gateway Cities Education Agenda: English Language Learners’ Enrichment Academy (“Academy”). The students were practicing and perfecting their program for their Creative Arts Performance Workshop.

Police Officers Promoted - Traffic Sergeant Jon Crannell was promoted to Lieutenant and is now in charge of a patrol platoon and Sergeant Mike Luongo has now been promoted to Sergeant in the Police Department's Patrol Division.

T&L Volleyball Team celebrate their recent national championship win at the First Annual Brooklyn 9-Man Volleyball Invitation Tournament.The 9-man volleyball, a traditional Chinese game is still played in Taishan, China’s Guangdong Province and in America’s Chinatowns.

Malden resident and community activist Howard McGowan turns a happy 90th birthday. A celebration was held at the Senior Center.

City Clerk Karen Anderson swears in new Officers - Former Deputy Chief Kevin Finn has been promoted to the Assistant Chief position. Captain Glynn Montgomery has been promoted to Deputy Chief, Lieutenant Steven O’Leary has been promoted to Captain and firefighter John McKinnon has been promoted to Lieutenant.

The Mayor and Chief Colangeli unveil a brand new “Engine 1” at the District One Fire Station on Sprague Street. Malden’s newest addition to the fleet of fire apparatus is equipped with state of the art technologies, including a multiplex computer system.

The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has been awarded to the City of Malden by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. This is the third consecutive year that the Financial Reporting Achievement has been presented to City Controller Charles Ranaghan.

Mayor Christenson attended the red carpet premiere of “27” at the Irish American Association of Malden. The short comedic film was written and directed by local resident Dino Brogna whose family resides in Malden.

Mayor Gary Christenson joined Ward 3 City Councillor John Matheson and area residents for an Arbor Day Ceremony at Fellsmere Pond. The event was organized by Councillor Matheson and Community Outreach Coordinator Karen Hayes from Mayor Christenson’s office.

Owners Joan Allen and Ann FitzGerald of Dance Centre of Malden celebrate 30 years of dedication to teaching dance to countless Malden children over the years, they have also been a great community partner with events at nursing homes, the Library, and in parades.

Chamber of Commerce brought back it’s popular “Luck at the Irish” 10K Dinner and hosted it at the Irish American Club. In addition to a chance to win $10,000, attendees also purchased raffle tickets for a chance to win 1 of over 20 prizes, donated by local Chamber businesses

Officials from Metro Area Planning Council, Depart of Housing and Community Development, realtors and property developers recently toured downtown Malden as part of the Metro North Land Use Priority Plan study (Plan). The Plan encompasses Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Revere, Somerville, Winthrop and Boston.

Former Malden resident Kurt Edwardson donated $2,500 to the Malden Teen Enrichment Center on behalf of his church, the Independent Church of the Free Spirit in Lexington.

 

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“Splash Pad” Breaks Ground at Lincoln Commons
Mayor Christenson joined Council President Neal Anderson for the ground breaking of the brand new “splash pad” being installed at Lincoln Commons Park, located at Cross and Bryant Streets. A splash pad is a designated area most often in a park or…
Longtime Malden Activist Celebrates 90 Years!
Mayor Christenson joined Council President Neal Anderson and Councillor Steve Ultrino to wish longtime Malden resident and community activist Howard McGowan a very happy 90th birthday on Tuesday, July 15th at a celebration held at the Senior Center…
Governor Patrick visits “Reach for the Stars” Academy at Salemwood School
Mayor Christenson joined Governor Patrick, Superintendent David DeRuosi, Assistant Superintendent Kelly Chase and elected officials to observe students at the Salemwood School participating in Governor Patrick's Gateway Cities Education Agenda…
Firefighters Promoted
Mayor Gary Christenson, Fire Chief Jack Colangeli, Fire Commissioner Tom Denehy and City Councillor Steve Ultrino joined family and friends at the recent ceremony to promote four Fire Department officers. City Clerk Karen Anderson took the oaths…
New Fire "Engine 1" in Service
Mayor Gary Christenson celebrated with Chief Jack Colangeli the official unveiling of a brand new “Engine 1” at the District One Fire Station on Sprague Street. Malden’s newest addition to the fleet of fire apparatus is equipped with state of the art…
Excellence in Financial Reporting – Three Years in a Row!
The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has been awarded to the City of Malden by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. This is the thir…
Free Disease Self Management Workshop
Cambridge Health Alliance’s Aging Wisely Everett is currently accepting registrations from adults - age 60+ who wish to participate in a six-week program to help them manage a chronic disease. Topics include reducing stress, dealing with difficult…
Malden’s Celebrates Arbor Day
Mayor Gary Christenson joined Ward 3 City Councillor John Matheson and area residents for an Arbor Day Ceremony at Fellsmere Pond. The event was organized by Councillor Matheson and Community Outreach Coordinator Karen Hayes from Mayor Christenson’s …
Chamber hosts successful “Luck at the Irish” 10K Dinner
The Malden Chamber of Commerce brought back it’s popular “Luck at the Irish” 10K Dinner and hosted it at the Irish American Club. In addition to a chance to win $10,000, attendees also purchased raffle tickets for a chance to win 1 of over 20 prizes…
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