MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle reports that two Melrose High School students will be canvassing the city assessing damages to street and stop signs as part of their internships with the Melrose Police Department.
Power has been restored at the Melrose Police Department and phones are operating normally.
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.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle and the Melrose Police Department have received several reports of storm-related damage, and first responders along with city officials are working to ensure residents remain safe during the ongoing nor’easter.
The Melrose Police Department is investigating after a bank was robbed at gunpoint Friday afternoon.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle is pleased to announce that the Melrose Police Department’s community golf tournament brought in $7,000 to sup
Following last night’s storm, the Melrose Police Department responded to several reports of downed trees and power lines throughout the city.
MELROSE — With Halloween right around the corner, Police 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 this year.
MELROSE — Police Chief Michael L. Lyle reports that the Melrose Police Department charged a student following an incident at Melrose High School this morning.
MELROSE — Superintendent Cyndy Taymore and Police Chief Michael L. Lyle report that Melrose High School briefly sheltered in place following a threat this morning. A student was then detained by police, injuring an officer in the process.