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MALDEN
Massachusetts, U.S.A.
A TOWN OF SQUARES
Welcome to Malden, Massachusetts. This city is located in Middlesex County and is home to around 60,000 people.
Bloomberg Businessweek named Malden the Best Place to Raise Your Kids in 2009. The rolling woodland of Malden was settled by Puritans in 1640, and was called the Mistick Side when it was still part of Charlestown. In 1649, the town emancipated itself and was incorporated as its own municipality. One of the earliest settlers and landholders, Joseph Hills, named the city after Maldon, England. Malden is a very diverse place, and in 2010, 37% of residents were born outside of the United States a number that has since increased rapidly. In fact, Malden's percentage of immigrants is the second largest in the state, after Chelsea. Many of the recent immigrants come form Brazil, China, Haiti, India, Morocco and Pakistan, and there is also a large Italian-American, Jewish-American and Irish-American population in Malden. Malden is organized around squares located at the crossroads and town commons, and the neighborhoods include Faulkner, West End, Edgeworth, Linden, Ferryway, Forestdale, Maplewood, Bellrock and Belmont Hill. Bellrock is situated in the south central section of the city and features the Bell Rock Memorial Park, a historical landmark containing marked graves from 1670. The neighborhood also houses the headquarters for New England Coffee, which is said to make the entire city of Malden smell like roasted coffee. Edgeworth is located in the southwest area, and features a number of parks like the David Park, Pearl St. Park and Callahan Park. This is also where the city's football stadium, MacDonald Stadium is located. The Maplewood neighborhood is situated around one mile east of Malden Square, and is a very populous neighborhood featuring a plethora of stores, service centers, fitness centers and restaurants. Maplewood also has a jewish temple and several great schools.
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