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MaldenPublicSchools at work preparing Chromebooks for distribution this week!

Great celebration of Black History. Some Malden High School students dressed in cultural dress for the fashion show!

Future Leaders Visit Malden PD. Girl Scout Troop 82224 earned their “detective badges” by participating in a variety of tasks during their visit to our H.Q.  Troop 82224, fantastic job today on your introduction into investigations. The Troop learned a little about, locating and lifting fingerprints, interviewing, and preparation and planning before an investigation  - Stay Safe and Keep Learning.

Mayor Christenson says Wow! That’s all I can say after eating at Malden’s newest restaurant, El MexSal, which serves authentic Latin food. For more info, visit http://elmexsalmalden.com

Great to see the first Soofa signs go up in Malden Center! It has Community events, wayfinding maps, & real-time Orange Line times, it's all on display!

Malden students on complet a first-ever Disability History Class: “From Institutions to Independence” which was made possible thanks to a grant from the Bayrd Foundation and through the partnership of the Disability Policy Consortium and MHS’s Ms. Collomb!

Mayor Christenson is honored to be on hand to welcome high school students from Beijing which was made possible thanks to organizations like Malden’s Chinese Culture Connection!

Idlehands Beer and Mayor Christenson know how to start the New Year off right with the addition of an indoor mural being painted by longtime Malden resident Allison Bamcat

 Malden’s Warming Center with Police Chief and Mayor spending time with those availing themselves of this important resource and thanking Pastor Whetstone and all the volunteers for making this happen for a second straight year.

Malden Chamber of Commerce says we are thrilled to be able to donate a portion of our proceeds from SuperBowl IV to the Chinese Culture Connection. Along with representatives from their organization are also Lisa O'Loughlin and Gregg Ellenberg, Chamber Board members and Chamber Director, Joan Ford Mongeau.

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Reflections from the Director. I am in awe of our volunteers and contributors. We keep marveling at the great outpouring of support that's been enabling us to make sure families, senior citizens and the newly out-of-work have the food they need during this crisis. As many of our older volunteers se...
The COVID-19 pandemic is creating new challenges each day for our residents, families, small businesses, and non-profit organizations. My office is regularly updating these resource guides, and we hope they'll serve as helpful tools for you as you navigate the coming weeks. Resource Guide for Indi...
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Encore Boston Harbor Donates $25K to Bread of Life’s COVID-19 Relief Efforts.   Bread of Life, a Malden-based based non-profit food distribution organization, is the recipient of a $25,000 donation from Encore Boston Harbor. This donation is to assist Bread of Life with on-going COVID-19 ...
I’m Mayor Gary Christenson with an important update. As of today, March 30th, Malden has 59 confirmed COVID-19 cases. Our Health Department has been in contact with each affected resident and all isolation protocols are being followed.   We ask everyone to continue to take responsibility ...
Have you or someone you know lost their job due to COVID-19? Sign up for a virtual town hall on unemployment benefits. Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) Virtual Town Halls. Click here for the  virtual-town-halls          
The City of Malden has made the difficult decision to close our city parks until further notice, effective immediately. We truly understand the benefits of being outside during a time like this for fresh air and exercise, however we must do all we can to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The health an...
Dear Chamber friend, As we enter week two of social distancing, we continue to try to bring you up to date resources from the Chamber, the City, the State and the Federal government. There is a lot of information out there, and we at the Malden Chamber of Commerce are doing our ...
Malden Public Health Director Chris Webb recently reported on the latest numbers with respect to known cases of COVID-19. As of this morning, Monday, March 23rd, the City of Malden has nine (9) tested and confirmed cases. At this point, exposure is more than likely from interpersonal contact.  ...
March 23, 2020 11:32 AM Today, Governor Charlie Baker issued an emergency order requiring all businesses and organizations that do not provide “COVID-19 Essential Services” to close.  Read it here  
With an increase of Coronavirus cases recently reported state-wide combined with members being a part of a susceptible age group, and out of an abundance of caution, our Senior Center is ceasing all activities for its members until further notice.  3/11/2020
Malden Updates Concerning Coronavirus In an attempt to consolidate an increasing amount of new information that is developing on a daily basis, we will begin posting updates in this thread that pertain to Coronavirus.  We continue to take direction from our local Health Department and by extens...
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The Malden Chamber says We are all going to need to celebrate when the Coronavirus has finally left! Here are a few things you can do to plan a future celebration while supporting Malden businesses now.    Buy a gift certificate for you or a friend to: Eat at your favorite Malden restauran...
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