MBTA Melrose Highlands Station 497 Franklin St, Melrose, MA02176 The Melrose Highlands Station on the MBTA's Haverhill commuter rail line has 77 parking spaces that cost $2 each but no…More bike spaces. Melrose is responsible for snow removal, maintenance and fee collection.
MBTA Wyoming Hill Station 40 W Wyoming Ave, Melrose, MA02176 The Wyoming Hill Station on the MBTA's Haverhill commuter rail line, which runs between Haverhill and Boston, has 28…More parking spaces that cost $2 each, one accessible space and no bike spaces. Melrose is responsible for snow removal, maintenance and fee collection.
MBTA Cedar Park Station Cedar Park & W Emerson St, Melrose, MA02176 The Cedar Park Station on the MBTA's Haverhill commuter rail line has 87 parking spaces that cost $2 each but no bike…More parking spaces. Melrose is responsible for snow removal, maintenance and fee collection.
Busy Bee Bakery 1 Hurd St, Melrose, MA02176 This 40s-style Melrose bakery has the community all abuzz. Located just across from the Wyoming Hill commuter rail…More station, Busy Bee Bakery is a great place to grab a tasty pastry on the way to work or a delicious dinner-to-go before heading home for the evening. Offering a varied assortment of fresh muffins, sandwiches, wraps, salads, Paninis and desserts—Busy Bee has a little something for everyone. Owner Elin Agustsson runs the establishment with help from her husband, George Peterson, and between them, they have nearly 40 years of combined baking and restaurant experience. With daily and unique fresh-baked specials that cater to every meal of the day, Busy Bee Bakery is a fantastic recent addition to the Melrose restaurant scene.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2394, named after Sgt. Harold O. Young Post, has been in Melrose for over 75 years.…More The main entrance is on Chipman Ave., but additional parking and entrances are available behind the Post on Marvin Rd., across from the MBTA Melrose Highlands commuter rail stop.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, with its auxiliaries, include 2.2 million members in approximately 8,100 posts worldwide. Its mission is to "honor the dead by helping the living" through veterans service, community service, national security and a strong national defense.
The VFW traces its roots back to 1899 when veterans of the Spanish-American War (1898) and the Philippine Insurrection (1899-1902) founded local organizations to secure rights and benefits for their service, as many soldiers arrived home wounded or sick, and there was no medical care or veterans pension for them.