Week In Review: Residents Safe After Two-Alarm Fire; Malden Ranks 74th Most Walkable City
A look back at this week's top Malden news.
No need to worry if you haven't been able to keep up with all the local news this week. In this weekly feature, Malden Patch recaps the most top news for you in a quick, convenient package.
Below are excerpts from the news in Malden this week.
UPDATE: Residents Safe
All of the inhabitants were away from the building when it sparked into flames just after noon Monday.
Update: Mayor Howard Candidate Finalist for Winchester Town Manager
The four-term mayor announced he would not be seeking re-election last November.
Malden Resident Helps Local Jobseekers Get Back On Their Feet
Ten years ago, Elizabeth Hart left a well-paying paralegal job in downtown Boston to pursue what she called the “perfect marriage” of her two life-long ambitions: to start a business, and give back to her community.
The Malden resident started “Tailored for Success,” a downtown-based non-profit organization helping economically disadvantaged women return to the workforce. Due to high demand, the group expanded to include men in 2008.
Malden Named 74th Most Walkable City in the Country
Based on data compiled by Walkscore.com, Malden ranks as the 74th most walkable city in the nation, nestled between Lawerence, Massachusetts and Peekskill, New York.
That rating includes all US cities with a population of at least 10,000 people. When excluding those with populations smaller than Malden's, the city jumps up to 31st place.
Malden Woman Injured in Medford Rollover Expected to Recover
A Malden woman who was injured in a rollover accident on Governors Avenue Thursday afternoon was discharged from the hospital later that night.
Youdelyne Simon, 21, was behind the wheel when her 1998 tan Toyota Avalon flipped onto the center median on Governors Avenue near Porter Road about 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
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