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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- February 2, 2007

Progress goes on at the new school campus on the Fellsway, and the brand new Middle School should be ready to receive students for the fall semester of this year. The fifty million dollar project is being put together by P.J. Stella Construction Company of Wakefield: so far, so good, said Mayor Rob Dolan who led a group of parents, students and officials through the new building recently.

Photo by Don Norris


Publisher for this issue is Russ Priestley

Global warming
by Jerry Norton
... oh my!

Weather, weather everywhere
by Russ Priestley
... but no two snowflakes to compare

I found my diamond pin
by Ella Letterie
... what was lost is now found

The freshman
by Joe Sullivan
... back to school -- with anxiety and apprehension

A Luddite's lament
by Dorothy O'Connor
... email: anal, awful, imposing, mostly unwanted

Some memories of the B&M
by Donald F. Morrison
... railroading hobbyist speaks of early years

Those were the good old days
by J. Tierney
... or were they?

Notes on "East of Eden"
by Ed Boyd
... a psychological monster

On the road
by Shirley Rabb
... from Melrose to Montana and back to Melrose

Canine capers by Casa Feb-2007
by Casa
... the continuing trip

From Lord Baltimore to Camden Yards
by Jim Tierney
... from royal stuffed shirts to working blue collars

Backtalk from our readers ...
from Mirror fans
... About cats, dogs, passing, wreaths and ...

Letter to Editor
by Russ Priestley
... received late December

Remembering Melrose -- half a century ago
from Richard Demaris, MHS '49
... a native recalls growing up in the '30s

Radio days
by Jerry Norton
... more memories

More echoes from World War II
from Wally Burr in Los Angeles
... without incident, thanks to your ...

Let's have another cup o' coffee
by Eleanor Jenkins
... memories of a special brew

In need of perspective
by Freeman Frank
... and a whole lot more that he just didn't know

New computer lab open for business
by Director Jack Beckley of the Council on Aging
... "Looking Ahead" for February '07



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