One of the questions that people have asked me since we sent the override question to the Board of Aldermen is what our plans are for the... more ››
Over the past 10 years, Melrose has seen a building boom that has been greater than any in recent decades, with four new multi-family... more ››
The iRaiders are hosting their seventh Raiders Rumble! We are excited to host this event on Saturday December 8th from 8:30 am until 4:00... more ››
Looking for someone to shovel your snow? Here is the list we received from Melrose High School of students who are willing to shovel, and... more ››
Water main upgrades will take place on West Wyoming Avenue at the intersection of Florence Street, starting on Wednesday and running... more ››
Given the record rainfall that we have had this fall and the lack of rain-free Saturdays in November, the DPW has added an additional... more ››
Brought to you by the Melrose Chamber of Commerce and Presenting Sponsors Edward Jones Investments and The Kim Perrotti Team Leading Edge,... more ››
Come join Melrose Drama as we proudly present Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Our Town.” Performances will be on November... more ››
I met with National Grid representatives on Tuesday about the manhole covers that exploded on Essex Street last weekend. I asked them... more ››
Melrose and Wakefield have decided to move the Thanksgiving Day Game to Wednesday November 21st at 5:30 pm due to the weather.
Tickets for the 59th Annual Thanksgiving Day Classic are now available at the Mayor's Office. Tickets are $5 for students and senior... more ››
Here is the latest news from National Grid:
Here is a statement we received today from National Grid.
An explosion on Essex Street last night blew off two manhole covers and shattered windows, but National Grid does not believe gas was the... more ››
At the Harvest Market on November 18 at Memorial Hall, Melrose residents will be able to drop off food scrap generated in their homes in a... more ››