Melrose Police’s normal business line is not operating, but through the 911 dispatch center, residents with non emergencies can call this business number: 781-662-3852.
As of 8 a.m. Saturday, approximately 1,000 Melrose residents remain without power. Chief Michael Lyle asks that any resident who has concerns or may have concerns about their friends, family, or neighbors to call the Melrose Police Department at 781-665-1212. Of course, anyone experiencing an emergency should always call 911 anytime.
The Melrose Police Department reports that Glendower Road is cleared of debris and is safe for through traffic.
All Hoover School traffic should proceed with normal drop-off and pick-up procedures.
Motorists are urged to avoid traveling on Grove Street, from Main Street to Lebanon Street, as there is a working fire at the corner of Walnut Street and Grove Street and the road is impassable.
The Melrose Police Department is releasing a recent photo of JOHN C. FERREIRA who is wanted for attempted muder. FERREIRA, AGE 54, OF MELROSE is wanted for arrest for Assault with Intent to Murder after he allegedly broke into the Vinton Street home of two women he is acquainted with and violently attacked them late […]
JOHN C. FERREIRA, AGE 54, OF MELROSE is wanted for Attempted Murder after he allegedly broke into the home of two women he knows and violently attacked them
Reminder: The 25 MPH speed limit for the City of Melrose will go into effect tomorrow at 12:01 a.m.
The ride begins in Revere at 1 p.m. and should be in Melrose from approximately 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Melrose Police and Fire units are on scene after a car crashed into the East Boston Savings Bank on Main Street in Melrose. The crash has caused a gas leak, and units are working to secure the scene at this time. Motorists are strongly urged to AVOID 108 Main St. and the intersections of Main […]
Over the last hour or so, the Melrose Police Department has responded to approximately two dozen car crashes throughout the city due to slippery road conditions.