Malden, MAMalden


White House Chief of Staff under George W. Bush and Michael Sullivan, former United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, both reside in Holbrook.


MBTA: Malden can be accessed through the MBTA Orange Line with stops at Malden Center and Oak Grove. The city also has a Commuter Rail stop in Malden Center.

The city of Malden, Massachusetts was incorporated as a separate town from Charlestown in 1649. A monumental city to the American Revolution, Malden was the first town to petition the colonial government to withdraw from the British Empire. More recently, Malden was home to the first same-sex marriage in Massachusetts in 2004 at Cambridge City Hall. Many notable people have called Malden home, including musician Norman Greenbaum and former Governor of Massachusetts and United States Ambassador to Italy John A. Volpe.