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 Mayor Christenson‏ @MayorOfMalden Oct 5 Always happy to support @CheverusSchool Pumpkin Sale especially when it’s accompanied by one of my favorites, fresh apple cider donuts!

The Salemwood School held a Hats for Hurricanes event with over $1,500 being raised to benefit the people of Houston.

Senior living is an ever-changing industry, as the clientele it caters to expands, and remains active and inquisitive later and later in life. Local seniors will soon have another option offering some innovative features, with the impending opening of Forestdale Park in Malden.

Music students with (from left) Music Teacher Brian Sheehan, Salemwood Principal Rebecca Gordon, “Music Drives Us” Foundation Founder Ernie Boch, Jr. (center), Mayor Gary Christenson and School Superintendent John Oteri (far right)

The Fairy House Festival was a great success with Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy at Pine Banks Park

Mayor Gary Christenson recently held his Annual Senior Citizens Cookout under the outdoor tent at Anthony’s of Malden. More than 430 seniors from around the City attended the event and enjoyed a fun evening filled with delicious food, music, raffles and prizes

In a city as radically diverse as Malden, shared interests are hard to come by. Musical preferences and culinary tastes are wildly different depending on who you’re with. But for five nights during the first week of August, hundreds of people share one thing in common: the universal language of soccer.

Malden City Hall is almost gone.....

Change may be coming to the area around the Malden River

Mayor Christenson getting his first glimpse of daylight from the other side of City Hall onto Commercial Street

Fourth of July Parade

Mayor enjoys July 4th in Ward 7

Mayor Gary Christenson recently attended the Malden Public Library’s Summer Reading Program and Ice Cream Social Kickoff Party. Over 700 children and adults attended the annual event on the Library lawn which was generously sponsored by Dairy Delight.

Malden Police Officer Conor Cloherty took time out of a recent shift to toss a football with the Malden Dolphins of the North Shore Flag Football league, who were finishing up their first flag football practice of the spring at Lincoln Commons.

Salemwood School 7th Graders were recently surprised by a visit from Channel 7 News upon learning about the students’ diligent efforts to raise funds to help a boy across the world suffering from a rare eye cancer. The young boy, David, is from Ghana and became known to the students through teacher Ms. Jennifer Hedrington

The Malden Youth Baseball Opening Day Celebration began with a parade that began at the Beebe School and marched to Bruce Field at Devir Park. The festivities continued with lively baseball games played by the Minor and Major League division teams.

Malden Catholic celebrates new solar array. On Thursday, the all-boys preparatory high school celebrated the installation of 1,512 solar panels on its roof

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Malden Public LibraryYoung Adults in the 6th through 12th grade are invited to the YA Movie Afternoon on Thursday, October, 26th from 3:00 – 5:00 PM in the Maccario Room.Drinks and Snacks will be provided, as we watch one of the biggest Comic Book Films of the year from Marvel Studios. Watch a...
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There will be more disruption in Orange Line train service this weekend, as the local portion of the line gives way to shuttle buses.The buses will replace train service in both directions at Oak Grove, Malden Center, and Wellington Stations. It starts with the beginning of service Saturday, Oct. 21...
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 Mayor Christenson‏ Congratulates Town Line Wallpaper and Paint on 50 years of business in Malden and thank you for making a big difference in our city!
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Mayor Gary Christenson, State Senator Jason Lewis, and Councillor-At-Large David D’Arcangelo recently participated in the ribbon cutting ceremony of Commonwealth Office Supply, LLC (COS), located at 40 Eastern Avenue, No. 222. COS is proud to be a minority and Veteran owned small business se...
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Members, guests and dignitaries gathered at Anthony’s in Malden on Oct. 1 to install officers and board members for the 2017-18 Kiwanis year. Tana Tselepis, who was born and raised in Malden and is an alumna of Malden High School, was in installed as president by John Maihos. Maihos is current...
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The City of Malden Annual Veterans Day Parade will take place on Saturday, November 11, 2017 with kickoff at the corner of Elm and Pleasant Streets (across from the American Legion). Continue Reading
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Superintendent of Schools John Oteri participated in last month’s Haitian American Radio Show “The Way of Salvation” at the Philadelphie Seventh Day Adventist Haitian American Church. Hosted by Communication and Radio Assistant Director Evenns Semerzier, the show broadcasts locally...
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Long time Ward 5 residents Charles and Christine DiStefano recently celebrated 50 years of marriage at a party organized in their honor by their family and friends. Mayor Gary Christenson and Ward 5 City Councillor Barbara Murphy provided citations to the couple in commemoration of their milestone...
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The North Shore Hispanic Association, Inc. (NSHA) recently held its second annual Hispanic Heritage Month Festival at the Malden High School Courtyard. The Festival kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month and featured the rich Latino culture through traditional music, dance, and authentic foods. Mayor ...
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Malden Reads announces Top 8 finalist book choices for 2018The Malden Reads Book Selection Committee has been busy reading all summer! Made up of almost 20 diverse members of the community, the committee has been considering a list of book choices that originally numbered 35 but has been whittled do...
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The Malden Fire Department will be holding open houses and events the week of October 8-14 in honor of National Fire Prevention Week, a time to recognize the dangers that can occur in the places we feel the safest. This year’s theme, “Every Second Counts – Plan 2 Ways Out!”...
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Mayor Gary Christenson was pleased to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony recently at Massachusetts Eye and Ear’s new ophthalmology practice at 578 Main Street. The Malden location is Mass. Eye and Ear’s 19th location and advances the effort to bring the expertise of Mass. Eye and Ear spe...
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