No new medical clinic in near future

There is little likelihood of a new community built medical clinic being constructed in the City of Melville, which means the Aurora Ross Clinic...

Bangor celebrates Heritage Day with parade, supper

Perfect weather greeted folks at Bangor Heritage Day on July 16, as people returned to their hometown to visit, see some old friends and...

Input sought on traffic plan

With the City of Melville’s population predicted to reach 5,850 people by 2041, administration is looking for public input to help shape its transportation...

St. Henry’s Father Mitch on the road again with new posting

After three years of serving the Catholic community in Melville, Father Mieczyslaw (Mitch) Burdzy, OMI, is transferring to Edmonton as part of a new...

Art project brings people together

Red, white, blue, black and green might not be Melville’s official colours, but they contributed to a community art project created by a Montreal...

Former principal loses certificate for one year

Former Melville principal Trent Senger is unable to apply for a new teaching certificate until next year and will have to pay $5,000 in...

Daycare closes due to few clients, malicious gossip

After less than a year in operation, L’il Angels Fun and Play Daycare has closed its doors due to “absolutely no support” from the...

Sakimay won’t renew cabin leases

The legal battle over leased land continues between cabin owners at Grenfell Beach and Sakimay First Nation. On Sept. 23, 2016, a ruling was made...

Late fees for hall rentals to be reviewed

City council held its regular committee meeting on June 19 and discussed a variety of issues. HCUC hall rental The Melville Rail Station Heritage Association has...

New doctor excited to be working in Melville

Two things Dr. Amir Gomeshi noticed when he moved to Melville were how friendly people are and how easy it is to get around...