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Bike to the Sea event. SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 2021 AT 9 AM Trail Cleanup starting behind Salemwood School 529 Salem St, Malden

Employees at the Department of Public Works were delivered a sweet surprise. Individually prepared packages of chocolate chip cookies were provided by Cookies for Caregivers Boston in appreciation of the DPW employees’ continued work during the pandemic. From snow and trash removal, to maintenance and upkeep of street and sidewalk repairs, the DPW is 24/7 & Cookies for Caregivers Boston acknowledged and personally thanked employees for their service and commitment to the community.

Bread of Life thanks Cambridge Savings Bank for donating$10,000 for food assistance during the COVID pandemic. Thank you Louie Soares from CSB’s Melrose branch for visiting and brightening our day.

You have to like Fall in New England.  This is sunrise in the White Mountains

Mayor Christenson said I 'racked' my brain on how to announce this new business so I took my 'cue' from Biao Ge Pool Hall because it 'felt' right. Don't 'chalk' it up to mere hype but make a 'breakand ride the 'rails' to 77 Exchange Street to see this pool hall!

Mayor Gary Christenson recently attended the grand opening ceremony of Beca Shoes located at 242 Main Street. Beca Shoes prides itself on providing customers with quality service, care and respect along with the style, comfort and fair pricing of shoes coming straight from Brazil. Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 10AM-7PM. For more information please visit www.bekashoes.com

Mayor Gary Christenson recently attended a ribbon cutting for a new office of Triangle, Inc. at 157 Pleasant Street. This new location will serve as Triangle’s hub for individual job seekers and referrals from the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission and the Department of Transitional Assistance along with a new Testing Center that will provide a wide variety of tests for job seekers in the region.

Mayor Christenson got a chance to meet with the instructors, job coaches, and staff trainees of our Summer Youth Employment Program and it reminded him that although it may not seem it right now, our future does remain bright

 Mayor Christenson says Not only do I want to congratulate Faces Brewing on it’s ribbon cutting ceremony but I also want to thank them for creating a place that is classy, fun and full of history from the former First National Bank!

MATV/UMA and the City of Malden invite you to participate in a community media project that is documenting, showcasing, and archiving our collective experience during this time of social distancing

Where did Malden's Coytemore Lea Park get its name?  In 1647, Governor John Winthrop ("City on a Hill') married, as his fourth wife Martha (Rainsborough) Coytemore, a widow.  Martha's first husband Thomas Coytemore, a ship captain, was lost at sea of the coast of Spain in 1644.

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!

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When the Melrose Unitarian Universalist Church halted in-person services last spring, it figured rough times might be ahead.  The church applied for and received a federal Paycheck Protection Program loan to help cover payroll — which it did. But the funds soon became unnecessary as the c...
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Several challenges regarding the COVID-19 vaccine have emerged in the last few weeks. These developments have increased frustration and anxiety for everyone. We are hoping to clarify some of the misconceptions. The Board of Health will announce a vaccine clinic for seniors to receive their second d...
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  Housing Families will open a new shelter for homeless individuals at the OYO Hotel in Malden in early February, the result of close collaboration between the City of Malden, Malden Redevelopment Authority, Malden’s legislative delegation, and several nonprofit partners. Housing Families...
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Reflections from the Director. Bread of Life's Under One Roof Capital Campaign is Moving Forward to a Brighter Future, thanks to our tremendous supporters. We are in the final stretch of our campaign to begin construction for our new facility, bringing all programs “under one roof” and a...
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UMA (Urban Media Arts) – formerly known as MATV, Malden’s Media Center 145 Pleasant Street info@urbanmediaarts.org 781 321-6400 UMA is an interconnected hub of creativity, dialog and evolving community, centering around media, arts and culture, and proudly based in Malden, MA. Formerly ...
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Effective immediately, the City of Malden will begin to implement the new “Drive 25” ordinance which was sponsored by City Councillors Peg Crowe and Barbara Murphy and voted favorably by the entire City Council. This means that the default speed limit city wide on Malden streets will be ...
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Bread of Life needs people to help and Distribute Food to Neighbors.  Despite the economy opening up more and more, Bread of Life saw the highest number of families ever accessing its Malden food pantry on June 19th: 186 families served in two hours. Prior to that, the need for the pantry had p...
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Housing Families, Inc is one of 30 local nonprofits to share in $10 million in funding from Cummings Foundation. The Malden-based organization will receive $250,000 over 10 years. Housing Families Inc. (HFI) works to end family homelessness by providing safe, temporary shelter and quality affordable...
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We are Officially Open!   Hours will be Sunday-Thursday 12PM-10PM Friday & Saturday 12PM-11PM We will be open for indoor dining (limited seating) takeout & delivery. Our delivery hours are 4PM-9PM. We recommend reservations and tables will be limited to 6 people max. Our phone line...
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For the present time, City Hall will be open to the public by appointment only.   Please continue to conduct business online to the greatest extent possible so as to limit the in-person business to that which must be conducted in person. Meetings will be scheduled only if there is city business...
COVID19 had dealt a devastating blow to the restaurant industry. After being closed completely for months, restaurants began to reopen, faced with the reality of reduced capacity and a public reluctant to dine out even with strict protocols in place. As soon as the opportunity presented itself, the ...
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Social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID can also cause isolation & loneliness for our seniors. Mystic Valley Elder Services is launching a new Social Engagement Program & needs you to volunteer. Call 781-388-2375 to learn more!
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