Need help with snow removal?

Jan 18, 2019 by

Posted on: Friday, January 18, 2019 MELROSE — Looking for someone to shovel your snow? Here is a list from Melrose High School of students who are willing to shovel, and the neighborhoods where they prefer to work: Catelyn Keegan, 781-799-2573 Cate.keegan1@gmail.com Horace Mann neighborhood, Roosevelt neighborhood Nathan Tasker, 781-307-8908 Ntasker5@gmail.com Horace Mann neighborhood, Lincoln neighborhood Luke Maher, 857-234-4115 luke.maher@melroseschools.com Roosevelt neighborhood Matt Dussault, 781-307-5420 mdussaullt43@gmail.com Winthrop neighborhood Alssely Pimentel, 857-222-9917 Alsselypimentel@gmail.com Hoover neighborhood, Horace Mann neighborhood, Roosevelt neighborhood Anabelle Lauzon, 781-462-5541 anabellelauzon@gmail.com Hoover neighborhood, Horace Mann neighborhood, Roosevelt neighborhood, Lincoln neighborhood, Winthrop neighborhood Rachel Brooks, 781-600-5055 rachel.brooks@melroseschools.com Horace Mann neighborhood Ethan Peet, 339-927-7933 Ethan.peet@melroseschools.com Horace Mann neighborhood, Roosevelt neighborhood Drew Harrington, 978-758-5184 drew.harrington@melroseschools.com Horace Mann neighborhood Peter Lewis, 857-919-1281 peterlewis1222@gmail.com Hoover neighborhood, Horace Mann neighborhood, Roosevelt neighborhood, Lincoln neighborhood, Winthrop neighborhood Randi Sullivan,...

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Dire times outlined in address

Jan 17, 2019 by

Published January 18, 2019 MELROSE — In her only State of the City address Tuesday, Mayor Gail Infurna told municipal officials and others that Melrose needs more money to run its schools, to keep up its infrastructure, to make sure the public is safe and, in short, to provide a level of services matching the community’s values. Speaking in Memorial Hall, the mayor drew a picture of the city at a precipice, with the only thing able to save it a $5.18 million override of Proposition 2 1/2. Following is Infurna’s 2019 State of the City address: President Lemmerman, members of the Board of Aldermen, Chairman O’Connell and members of the School Committee, Superintendent Taymore, Senator Lewis, Representative Brodeur, Mayor Dolan, fellow Melrosians, Good evening and thank you for being here tonight. Before I begin, I...

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Community celebrates MLK Day Jan. 21...

Jan 17, 2019 by

Published January 18, 2019 MELROSE — On Monday, January 21, join the City of Melrose and the Melrose Human Rights Commission as we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The Annual Day of Service will begin at the Melrose Unitarian Universalist Church, 70 West Emerson Street at 9:30 a.m. You will have an opportunity to sign up for a project and enjoy a light breakfast generously provided by the Melrose YMCA. Activities at different locations in the city will be from 10 a.m. – noon. When you sign up, please let us know if you will be returning to the Melrose Unitarian Universalist Church for pizza at 12:15 p.m. provided by the Melrose Human Rights Commission from Gabriella’s Pizza in Melrose. The Day of Service Activities include, but are not limited...

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‘Hamiltunes: An American Sing-Along’ presented Jan. 25...

Jan 17, 2019 by

Published January 18, 2019 MELROSE — The Melrose Education Foundation and the Friends of Melrose Drama proudly present “Hamiltunes: An American Sing-Along” on Friday January 25 at 7 p.m. at Memorial Hall, 590 Main St, Melrose Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Hamiltunes is a sing-along event developed to celebrate and enjoy the songs of the hit Broadway musical, Hamilton. The lyrics of the songs will be projected on a screen, and audience members will sing along. Events like these have been taking place all over the country and now Melrose gets added to the list. Here is some additional information about the event: Who is putting this on? Hamiltunes is being organized by the Melrose Education Foundation (www.melroseedfoundation.org) and the Friends of Melrose Drama (https://www.facebook.com/friendsofmelrosedrama/) as a community event – it’s open to...

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PHOTO: Won’t back down

Jan 17, 2019 by

Published January 18, 2019

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