The Year of the Dragon went out with a bang. U.S. President Barack Obama was reelected. The state’s economy returned to pre-recession levels. And Boston’s Celtics came within a hair of winning the NBA championship.
Civil rights leader Martin Luther King was honored with poems, dances and live music at the 26th memorial luncheon Jan. 11 at the Massachusetts Statehouse.
Gov. Deval Patrick unveiled an ambitious $550 million education plan on Jan. 15. The investments would infuse money into public education for students at all levels, from early education to college.
Mass. taxes will undergo changes if Gov. Deval Patrick’s plan goes through.
Time flies! It’s been nearly one year since I was sworn in as Mayor of Malden and over the past year there have been many exciting changes and improvements. If I had to pick one I am most proud of it would be the advances we have made in communicating directly with our residents.
The Ninth Annual Parade of Holiday Traditions will kick off from Maplewood Street, go left onto Salem Street, and end at the corner of Salem, Main, and Ferry Streets. There will be free parking located at the Central Business District (CBD) Garage, 170 Centre Street (Across from Walgreens on Route 60). The reviewing stand will be located in front of Salem, Main and Ferry Streets.