Voters of Melrose like what Mayor Rob Dolanl has been doing and re-elected him to a second term on November 4, by a landslide. It was supposed to be a tight race with former MDC Chairperson David Balfour, but the spread was 75/25 percent for Dolan.
"I don't look
"Night ... "
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- November 7, 2003
SilverStringers present a $540 check to the Melrose Friends of the Aging for the Milano Senior Center Basement Renovation, plans for which include and eight or ten-station computer lab, lounge, coffee bar and game area. Seated (L-R) are Stringers Kay McCarte, Jim Driscoll, Rita Quinn Dietrich, President of the Melrose Friends of the Aging, Ella Letterie, Marianne Cerretani, and Marjorie Carter. Standing (L-R) are Jack Driscoll, MIT Media Lab Advisor, Irving Smolens, John Averell, Elizabeth Sunkees, Louise Fennell, Natalie Thomson, John Cerretani, and Don Norris.
Publisher for this issue is Jim Driscoll
Inside view: One soldier's journey to war
Hey, listen, we are the super power
Chaos? Mayhem? No, just a flea market ...
Ice fishing on Lake Winnisquam
Bad day at the brewery
Waving in the breeze
The doctor knows best -- or does he?
It was fun to fly -- Part 5, the private license
I love Meat Loaf
Who has been giving dangerous advice to our President?
Geologist needs help in Melrose
Picture Concord, as Autumn arrives
Looking Ahead -- November 2003
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Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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