The Melrose Police Department reports that Railroad Bridge on Melrose Street is now reopen to through traffic.
The Melrose Police Department reports that Railroad Bridge on Melrose Street is closed from Tremont Street to Belmont Street due to potential flooding from the forecasted storm.
MELROSE— Chief Michael L. Lyle is pleased to announce that the Melrose Police Department will host Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) courses for women this winter and spring.
MELROSE — Chief Michael Lyle announces that the Melrose Police Department will host its January community meeting on opioids and overcoming addiction.
Chief Michael Lyle and the Melrose Police Department report that a parking ban will go into effect toady, Saturday, Jan. 7, due to the snow storm.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle and Superintendent Cyndy Taymore are pleased to announce that Police Officer William (Bill) Higgins began as the School Resource Officer (SRO) at the Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School (MVMMS) this week.
MELROSE — The Melrose Police Department is pleased to announce that Chief Michael Lyle received the Hector J. Pelletier Award from the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association last week.
Melrose Police Department Michael L. Lyle, Chief 56 W. Foster St. Melrose, MA 02176 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, Dec. 19, 2016 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Melrose Police Offer Guidance on Marijuana Legalization MELROSE — With the legalization of recreational and commercial marijuana now in effect in Massachusetts, Chief Michael L. Lyle and […]
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle reports that the Melrose Police Department is partaking in the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign to reduce the number of impaired operators on the roads this season.
WOBURN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Melrose Chief of Police Michael Lyle have announced that John Hughes, 70, of Melrose, was arraigned today in Middlesex Superior Court on larceny charges in connection with an alleged scheme to sell unused cemetery burial plots, owned by the City of Melrose, to unsuspecting buyers. Hughes was charged with five counts of larceny over $250 and receiving outside compensation by a municipal employee.