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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- March 1, 2013
The February story of Saturday night and Sunday morning was designated as a blizzard. And yes, we did get some two feet of snow -- three feet up on the hill, up to five feet in drifts. But most of us can remember the storm of 1978 as being the worst in living history. One difference is that the city's snow-fighters were ready for this one.
Photo by Stringer Florence Shea
Publisher for this issue is Don Norris
Woe is February 8 and its blizzard
The Paperboys of Hinchey's
Let's do lunch on Plum Island
The second fall
Sweetie, you're my ONLY Valentine ...
Former Melrosian gloats from sunny Williamsburg
'Taint snowin' where Ann T was ...
No school snow days in February
Thoughts from Maine
Seniors get lowdown on brain-fade
Malden reader remembers Lennie's on the Pike
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Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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