Every year, Melrose Avenue gets together on National Night Out for a neighborhood block party with the Ambridge Crime Watch group.
Normally held in an empty parking lot , this year the event took place in a span of a few neighbor's yards. Several neighbors expressed how it felt better to be in the new location.
One of the guests was District Attorney Anothony J. Berosh, who attends the Melrose block party every year. This year, Berosh brought pamphlets and spoke about the new Pennsylvania Yellow Dot Program.
The Pennsylvania Yellow Dot Program encourages drivers to fill out a medical information form included in the pamphlet, and to leave the information in the glove compartment of your vehicle. Vehicle owners then attach the yellow sticker provided in the pamphlet to their rear window.
Berosh also brought emergency information cards that go on to the refrigerator for easy access to household members and emergency personnel.
Anyone interested in receiving either emergency information cards or a Pennsylvania Yellow Dot Program pamphlet contact District Attorney's office at 724-773-8550.