Mayor Walsh, Superintendent Chang announce Boston launch of Becoming a Man (BAM)

BOSTON – Thursday, June 22, 2017 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Boston Public Schools (BPS) Superintendent Tommy Chang yesterday unveiled a new BPS partnership with Becoming a Man (BAM), a nationally-recognized program that successfully serves young men of color by providing school-based group counseling and mentoring services. BAM, founded in Chicago in 2001, teaches valuable life skills to young men of color in at-risk communities. Researchers have found that BAM programming has increased on-time high school graduation rates and decreased arrest rates for the students it serves. BPS is the first district outside Chicago where BAM will expand. “In … Continue reading

TITLE Boxing Club Boston announces grand opening of Assembly Row location

Boston, MA (June 22, 2017) – TITLE Boxing Club Boston is proud to announce the official grand opening of its third location at 381 Revolution Drive at Assembly Row in Somerville, providing residents and business professionals a transformative workout experience through invigorating and energizing total body boxing and kickboxing classes. TITLE Boxing Club Boston at Assembly Row is ready to offer its 5,000-square foot boutique boxing fitness studio to Somerville and neighboring towns north of Boston. It includes 61 heavy bags, a boxing ring, free weights and cardio machines all inside “Fit Row” within the Partners Healthcare building. Lead trainers include TITLE Boxing … Continue reading

Anna Tse of Malden receives Unsung Heroine Award, honored at State House

BOSTON – Anna Tse of Malden was honored as a member of the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women’s 2017 class of Unsung Heroines. Representative Steve Ultrino (D–Malden) recommended Ms. Tse for this recognition because of her outstanding service to the City of Malden. Ms. Tse was honored with the other Unsung Heroines for her outstanding contributions to her community in a ceremony on Wednesday, May 21, 2017 in the Great Hall at the State House in Boston. Anna Tse’s work has helped empower senior citizens, women, and the Chinese community in Malden. Tse has worked in political and … Continue reading

Candace Julyan running for Malden Ward 3 City Council seat

Today I am announcing my candidacy for Malden Ward 3 City Councillor. I want to be a new, responsive, community-building voice to help move our Ward and Malden forward. My husband David and I have lived in Ward 3 for over 30 years. Building relationships with our neighbors and getting involved with a wide range of community groups in Malden over the years has forged in me a deep commitment to this community. I see elected office as an extension of this lifelong responsibility. For most of my career, my focus has been on the environment. I managed a nature … Continue reading