Monday, March 5, 2012
Workers were out early Monday morning hoisting insulation material up onto the Malden Library roof.
Large pallets of roofing material were hoisted up onto the Malden Library roof early Monday morning. Workers delivering the material shortly after 7 a.m. said it was insulation material.
Thursday, February 23, 2012
If you're planning on heading to the library Thursday morning beware: Park Street is closed for tree trimming.
Park Street was expected to be closed for most of the morning Thursday as crews worked to trim tree branches away from power lines.
Monday, January 9, 2012
Malden Public Library gave 94-year-old Constance Allingham Niland and her family a Christmas they'll treasure forever before her sudden stroke last week.
Editor's note: Over the holiday season, we ran a letter from reader Bill Niland, who shared his story about scanning copies of a 1935 Malden High School yearbook as a Christmas gift for his 94 year old mother, Constance Allingham Niland, who graduated from the school that year. The following is a letter he addressed to the library's reference and systems librarian Stephen C. Nedell, who assisted him in the effort. A copy of the letter was forwarded to Malden Patch for publication. Dear Stephen: Happy New Year. I thought you would be interested to hear the rest of the story. I wrapped the memory stick you gave me in Christmas colored paper, and took it, along with other gifts, to Ma in Vermont. We only had a few minutes (she had doctor's …
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Five Things to try before everything melts in the heat.
Today is Tuesday, July 12. Here are five things you need to know: Today’s the worst of it: Expect a very humid day, with high temperatures reaching the mid-90’s, according to the National Weather Service. There’s a 30 percent chance of showers during the day. A passport to Malden: What do you love about Malden? What’s the hidden gem in your neighborhood? Or your favorite place you went to as a kid, and take your own children? We want to gather your ideas and opinions for a special week of articles highlighting the best Malden has to offer. Click here for more information and be sure to contact us with your suggestions. Different strokes: Arts and crafts is an annoying squishy term: It can mean a million different things, and things …
Monday, July 11, 2011
Looking to cool off? There are plenty of ways to chill and enjoy your day in the city this week.
It’s going to be a hazy, hot and humid week in Malden. Here are five places and events you can check out to have fun, learn something, but most of all beat the heat. Check out our Events section for more ideas on ways to stay cool as the temperature rises.
Sunday, July 3, 2011
A look at the coming week in Malden.
Fourth of July celebrations Monday: Looking to celebrate the Fourth in Malden? You've got plenty of options, as each ward has its own events scheduled. Most wards have events scheduled for Monday. Click the link for exact locations and times. Crafts on Tuesday: The Malden Public Library is hosting a Star Wars themed craft time for kids on at 2:00pm. Teen movie on Thursday: The Malden Public Library is inviting teens to come watch Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I at 2:00pm. Magic show on Friday: The Small Word Magic Show will be performed at the Malden Public Library from 10:30am to 11:30am. Join award-winning magician Debbie O'Connell on her magical quest around the globe. Full of delightful physical comedy, enchanting stage…
Friday, July 1, 2011
The library celebrated the start of summer reading with ice cream and games.
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
This weekend, take full advantage of vacation with the family.
Celebrate Independence Day weekend with these in-town and nearby events and activities. Ice Cream Summer Reading Kickoff Free Fun Friday: Buttonwood Park Zoo Free Fun Friday: Museum of Fine Arts Malden Independence Day Celebrations Fourth of July Concert at Mt. Hood Golf Course
Five things to start your day.
Today is Wednesday, June 29. Here are five things you need to know: Rain to start, Sun to end: The morning’s showers and thunderstorms will push off, leading to a pretty nice afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. Youth Soccer champions! Malden’s seasons of championships continued last week when Malden Youth Soccer’s Under-12 Boys team won the Commissioner’s Cup. Congratulations to the Rockers for a terrific season and for defeating Wilmington and Somerville for the cup. In case you missed it: No one was hurt yesterday when a dump truck tipped over on Mount Washington Avenue, but it led to a logistical nightmare for the crews trying to clear the scene. The truck fell over with its bed extended, pulling down wires and …
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Five things to get your Tuesday cooking.
Today is Tuesday, June 7. Here are five things you need to know: One more time: Today is the last complaint-free weather day for a while, so enjoy it. It’ll be sunny with high temperatures in the upper 70’s. Tomorrow brings heat and humidity. New school honcho named: After delaying their process to accommodate Lowell Superintendent Chris Scott, the School Committee moved quickly Monday night and offered David DiRousi the top job in the department. Scott had withdrawn her name from consideration late Sunday night, leaving Revere’s DiRousi and Malden school system’s Robert McCarthy as the last two finalists standing. Expect more on this story later this morning. Malden’s best slice? It seems nothing ignites passion like pizza. We asked …