Know the cannabis laws

Even though recreational use of cannabis has now been legalized, there are still many restrictions in place designed to protect young people and ensure...

Stats increase due to proactive policing

There was a 15-per-cent increase in crime numbers in Melville from the second quarter to third quarter of 2018, but much of that is...

Club builds self-esteem and confidence in young girls

Adolescence can be difficult for youths, since they face issues such as puberty and bullying, but a group at Davison School aims to empower...

Post office could receive handicap stalls

A new traffic bylaw for the City of Melville could see the addition of handicap parking spaces near the post office. The lack of parking...

New fire truck to cost more due to U.S. politics

Politics between the United States and Canada is having an effect on the type of new fire truck the City of Melville is able...

Speaker uses humour to disarm audience

Physical limitations have never stopped motivational speaker Chris Koch from participating in some amazing adventures, such as climbing the mountains of Nepal, bungee jumping...

Fire instructor sees program grow from the start

When Curtis Brooks began working at Parkland College as a firefighting instructor in 2008, the students were sent to Vermilion, Alta., to train since...

New water plant to meet growth

More than 6,000 people in the area will receive good quality drinking water once Melville’s water treatment plant is fully operational. To celebrate the construction...

Yellow water affects some homes in west Melville

You might have noticed your water was somewhat yellow for a few days recently if you live on the west side of Melville near...

Roof over offices at city hall to be replaced

Employees at city hall won’t have to deal with mould, excessive humidity and leaky roofs for much longer, as the roof over the offices...

Fire Prevention Week 2018