Tuesday, June 5, 2012
The ceremony honors those who commit a high level of service to the city.
The following individuals will be recognized for their service to the Malden Community on June 14th at the Chamber of Commerce Shining Stars Awards Banquet, Anthony’s of Malden (from left to right): Kevin Duffy, City of Malden; President’s Award Arthur Kahn, Gemologist; Executive Director’s Award Diane Portnoy, Immigrant Learning Center; Community Service Award Dr. George Holland; Diamond Award Albert Sparks, Sparks Department Stores; Lifetime Achievement Award Philip Bronder-Giroux, Tri-City Community Action Program; Human Service Award
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Tuesday presentation set for Tuesday.
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Tuesday, June 28, 2011
[Editor's note: The following was submitted by the Malden Restaurant Owner/Operators Association and Chamber of Commerce.] On May 23, the Malden Restaurant Owner/Operators Association (MROA) held “Go Out for Gus Night” in support of Gus Carbo, a young Malden resident stricken with a debilitating form of Multiple Sclerosis. The following restaurants donated a portion of their proceeds from that evening to the Carbo family to help them purchase a specialty van. Please join us Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m. at Pisa Pizza Restaurant, 133 Pearl Street when Joe Crowley, the President of the MROA will present a check to the Carbo family.
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Five things to make Thursday a success.
Today is Thursday, June 16. Here are five things you need to know: Now this is more like it: Sunny again today, according to the National Weather Service, but today’s high will be in the low 80’s. Brown bag a lunch and eat outside today. Hooray Bruins! There are a lot of bleary-eyes but happy Maldonians today, the day after the Boston Bruins dominated the Vancouver Canucks to win the Stanley Cup Champions. Congratulations to the team and especially to the die-hard fans who have waited 39 years and suffered through all of us prodigal fans and Johnnys-come-lately. Ten large goes a long way: What could you do with $10,000? The Chamber of Commerce gives you a chance to find out. The big money raffle happens at the Chamber’s Luck at the Irish …
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Citizens of Malden gather for a chance to see Santa, sing carols, and remember loved ones.
Scores of people braved the bracing cold Tuesday night to watch the lighting of Malden's Remembrance Tree. The tree lighting ceremony was punctuated by musical performances by school groups, a visit from Santa Claus, and, of course, the lighting of the tree. The remembrance tree was decorated with lights representing a loved one living or dead. Residents paid $10 to sponsor a light. City officials, and representatives from the Chamber of Commerce and Oak Grove Improvement Association read the names of those recalled before the tree lighting.