WEEK IN REVIEW: JRM Responds to Complaints & More
PLUS: Malden Teen Center to open next week, a new tech company downtown and more.
JRM Responds to Trash Collection Complaints Before City Council:Officials from JRM Hauling and Recycling and the city's Department of Public Works were on-hand to field concerns about trash collection during Tuesday night's council meeting.
Malden Teen Center to Open Next Week: With all preparations nearly complete, the Malden Teen Enrichment Center will finally open it's doors next week. The opening ceremony is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12 at the Center's 1 Salem St. location.
Tech Company Opens Chic Downtown Office: Malden entrepreneur Michael Kruckenberg could have opened shop in any number of Greater Boston area tech hubs when he decided to expand his homegrown business earlier this year. Instead, the Malden High graduate opted to keep the innovations in the family - six years after his humble beginnings selling hand-made adapters on eBay, Kruckenberg and his employees were joined by Mayor Gary Christenson for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at their new 350 Main St. office Tuesday.
City Lights Remembrance Tree in Malden CenterThe tree is annually dedicated outside of city hall. Who are you remembering this holiday season?
Northern Strand Community Trail Opens near Linden SquarePart of the Bike to the Sea project, the Northern Strand Community Trail will be a 9-mile community pathway stretching from near Route 16 in Everett through Malden, Revere and Saugus toward the Lynn waterfront.
Malden Catholic Students Raise Over $7500: Since school began three months ago, Malden Catholic students have raised more than $7500 to assist various charities. Service activities at the school address many concerns, both local and international.