The following is a statement from Melrose Police Chief Michael L. Lyle regarding the wording of a roadway electronic message sign in Melrose:
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle and the Melrose Police Department wish to warn residents of ongoing home improvement scams, including costly driveway paving scams, that occur around the region during this time of year.
MELROSE — Chief Michael Lyle regrets to announce that the Melrose Police Department’s Annual Junior Police Academy will be postponed indefinitely in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chief Michael Lyle and the Melrose Police Department wish to warn residents of a scam reported today involving people claiming to work for Amazon.
With Halloween right around the corner, Chief Michael L. Lyle and the Melrose Police Department wish to remind families of several important safety tips as they prepare to take their children trick-or-treating.
Chief Michael Lyle announces that the Melrose Police Department will be increasing the number of patrols on local roads as part of the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign.
MELROSE — Chief Michael Lyle is pleased to announce that the Melrose Police Department will host a Bicycle Safety Rodeo this summer.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle is pleased to announce that registration for the Melrose Police Department’s sixth annual Junior Police Academy is now open and students are encouraged to sign up.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle and Superintendent of Schools Cyndy S. Taymore report that Melrose Police officers and school officials worked together today to conduct an orderly and smooth “controlled entrance” at the Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School on Friday morning after rumors last evening of a violent threat against the school community.
Last evening National Grid’s electric and gas crews responded to reports of an incident involving two manholes at Essex Street in Melrose.