Natalie Fallano, Amanda Moraes
Once a year, the Malden community joins together at Malden High School for the “oldest high school variety show in the country,” and what is known to us Maldonians as the annual Junior Varieties show. This year was the 72nd annual show, the tradition having begun in 1940.
What would [...]Continue Reading →
As I near the completion of my first three months in office, I am asked repeatedly why I would want the position of Mayor during one of the most challenging economic times in our Nation’s history.
After last week in particular, I am reminded of all that is good in Malden and why [...]Continue Reading →
This is a photo essay by Lauren Benoit explaining the impact that immigrants have on our everyday lives as well as in our communities.Continue Reading →
Paying for college is one of a senior’s, and their parent’s, hardest dilemmas towards the end of their high school career. Scholarships take away a bit of that pain for every student seeking all kinds of careers and types of higher education. Unique scholarships can hone in on unique [...]Continue Reading →
March 2013** Correction: Page 12 should say "Class of 2014 Presents..."**