February's Top Stories: Missing Teenager, Video From Skateshop Slaying

Not to mention the blizzard! February was a busy news month - here were our top five stories.

1. PICS AND VIDEO: Malden Captures Blizzard '13: Wow! Readers contributed over 70 pieces of media to our community gallery. Which one is your favorite?

2. /PHOTOS: Slain Skateboarder Takes One Last Ride: The Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, Malden Police and State Police are asking for the public's help in identifying suspects seen in surveillance footage during a fatal shooting at the Patriot Skateboards shop last month. Shawn Clark, the store's owner, was found fatally wounded there on January 29.

3. Missing Malden Girl Safe and Sound/Malden Teen Missing for Nearly A Week: A Malden High School student missing for over a week was reunited with her father February. 

4. : Salemwood School's policy of not celebrating holidays or birthdays during school hours isn't new, but has some residents fuming Valentines Day.

5. Two Arrested After Attempted Armed Robbery on Beach StreetMalden police arrested two suspects after a quick response to an attempted armed robbery on Beach Street around 10:45 p.m. Monday night. 

J.longbow March 04, 2013 at 07:19 PM
Shouldnt that be "runaway teenager" not missing Chris?
Matthew March 05, 2013 at 05:32 PM
Yeah seeing as she ran away again the same night she was supposedly found. Her Father reported her missing again on a Wednesday, but reported to officers that she ran away on the Saturday night before, the same day they reported her found. You get your supposed "missing" teen back after week gone and she takes off again the same night she's found, yet you wait four days to report her missing again?


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