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Magazine calls Malden state's best place to raise children

BusinessWeek lauds progress

JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBEMalden residents Ravinder Kainth (left) and Amarjit Kainth pushed Harsh Kainth down Pleasant Street in the town BusinessWeek called the state's best place to raise children. JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBEMalden residents Ravinder Kainth (left) and Amarjit Kainth pushed Harsh Kainth down Pleasant Street in the town BusinessWeek called the state's best place to raise children. (JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By David Abel
Globe Staff / November 13, 2008

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MALDEN - Despite its bounty of strip malls and a downtown full of auto repair shops and fast-food restaurants, this working-class city of 56,000 ranks as the state's top community to raise children, according to a report in the latest edition of BusinessWeek magazine . (Full article: 700 words)

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