• Air Force Veteran Robert Taylor Shares His Story

    by  • June 16, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Malden veterans, mayor Gary Christenson, along with other members in the Malden community walking in the Memorial Day Parade.Photo by Chaimae Eladlouni.

    Robert Taylor, born in Malden, MA, was just eighteen years old when he joined the Air Force in the fifties. He joined because he wanted to “see some of the world” that he “might not otherwise see.” Although, as expected, he remembers that his family was not, “overjoyed with the idea.” One of the...

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    Friday Updates

    by  • June 12, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Here are updates for the week of June 15 on current events in Malden. This is information pulled from morning announcements and the Tornado Times.   Final Exams begin on Friday, June 19 for periods six and seven. Karinaval will be hosted at the Linden School Field on Saturday, June 13.   The Blue...

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    What’s All That Racket?

    by  • June 12, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Sophomore Zanta Ephrem serving. Photo by Samuel Martinez.

    Malden High School’s girls tennis team has had great years, but this past season has been exceptional. Lead by  senior captains, Tammy Nguyen and Mandy Cheng; and, instead of Coach Diaz coaching alone, Patrice Duggan has joined the team to help coach. This year, Duggan started off her first year at MHS as a...

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    CVS v. MHS: Is Parking Really a Right?

    by  • June 11, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Much to the dismay of every driving Malden High School student, it has been decided that the empty building on the southwest side of the school (formerly a furniture store) is to become a CVS. This decision has caused a flurry of criticism, mainly from students who struggle to find a place to park...

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