Thoughts while shaving
Spear Street and the world around us ...
I told you, it's a black squirrel ...
Today's hot spots
a sneak peak
at what's in this issue ...
... great, great, great grandpa?
... a regal place
... Melrose, about 1903
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- December 2, 2011
The massive screen on the stage of the Middle School auditorium brought an up-close meeting of several Melrose soldiers in Afghanistan -- and some 900 students and their veteran guests. It all happened on November 10, at the annual Middle School Veterens' breakfast.
by publisher Don Norris
Publisher for this issue is Donald R. Norris
A World War II vet re-visits long-gone buddies
Thanksgiving is over
A letter to Santa
‘Tis the season
Sixty-four rainy days cut Mount Hood's golf revenue by $200,000
A Stringer replies to "What a crew!"
This is Ell Pond
My name is Opie and I live with Philip and Mugzy
Public invited to songfest at Milano Center
A Visit to the Franklin Park Zoo
MFA: Boston's Gem
Science can be tricky
Photo Essay: Women's Championship Volleyball team
Home remedies that we remember
Century-old collection of post cards uncovered
French and British battle continues -- in New Hampshire
Share the memory of your Valentine
Our waning time
In my foster parent's garden
"All Men are Created Equal!"
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