Conflicts in Syria briefly loosen as a new crisis is resolved in Damascus, Syria. After the capture of 48 Iranians by Syrian rebels, the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, has agreed to exchange these hostages for the freedom of 2,130 imprisoned Syrian civilians.
“This is the largest prisoner exchange to date,” Umit Somnez, of [...]Continue Reading →
JESSICA LYNN DEPAULA
Republican House Speaker John Boehner has made the move to delay a proposed $60 billion bill that would benefit the victims of October’s Hurricane Sandy. Thousands of Americans in the Northeast, New York and New Jersey in particular, are still suffering the aftereffects of the storm, including the loss of their homes [...]Continue Reading →
It was the beginning of January and things were heating up. A week of warmer temperatures proved to be quite the treat, during the winter. However, it was not a treat in all areas of the world. The same heat we on the east coast felt, was the same heat felt in [...]Continue Reading →
By PHILLIP MONTEZUMA
The Malden High School boys basketball team started off their season with a bang, winning their first game against Winthrop on Dec. 11, 2012, 98-48. Sophomore Anthony Gilardi dropped 45 points in the game to surpass senior teammate Terrance Massineuve’s 43 points in last season’s opening game [...]Continue Reading →
March 2013** Correction: Page 12 should say "Class of 2014 Presents..."**