WEEK IN REVIEW: City Responds to More Crime, Man Struck by Train & More
Here are our top stories this week.
City Provides Update on Shootings, Robberies, Arrests: A number of serious crimes hit Malden over the weekend. Here is an update from the city on major incidents, including a number of arrests.
Man Struck, Injured by Orange Line Train: Both MBTA and Malden Police responded to a reported trespasser struck by a train in the city around 8:40 p.m. Tuesday night, hospitalizing a victim with non-life threatening injuries. Police received a report that an inbound Orange Line train had struck a trespasser right before the Mountain Ave. bridge near the Malden Center stop.
Chronicling Hurricane Sandy’s Destruction Along the Northeast: Portions of the Northeast are still picking up the pieces after Hurricane Sandy ravaged the East Coast earlier this week. Patch sites up and down the coast reported the unfolding story and aftermath. Local editors and Patch users uploaded photos of the destruction. Here are just some of the Hurricane Sandy photos that ran on Patch sites from New Jersey to New Hampshire this week.
City Winter Parking Rules In Effect: As of November 1st, the City’s Winter Parking Rules are in effect. It is the Mayor’s hope that the newly designed Winter Parking Flyer, which incorporates the suggestions of our residents, makes it easier for folks to understand where they can and cannot park between November 1st and April 1st.