Archives

Home » 2010 » March

Obama holds up arms to Israel, ships to Muslim countries

Obama holds up arms to Israel, ships to Muslim countries

VALLEY PATRIOT EXCLUSIVE   Valley Patriot Staff – March, 2010 According to a report last month by The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, the Obama Administration is blocking an…

Mayor Lantigua Spends Nearly $10K on Office Renovations

Mayor Lantigua Spends Nearly $10K on Office Renovations

PAYING ATTENTION! WITH TOM DUGGAN   By: Tom Duggan – March, 2010 When Willie Lantigua ran for mayor last year he promised “Lawrence jobs for Lawrence people.” Then he hired…

Outgoing senator Steve Panagiotakos says goodbye, a history of public service

  By: Richard Howe – March, 2010 Senator Steve Panagiotakos Says Goodbye Since announcing last month that he would not seek re-election to the State Senate, Steve Panagiotakos has repeatedly…

Are we out of the Woods yet?

Are we out of the Woods yet?

  By: Paul Murano – March, 2010 There have been two opposite reactions in the aftermath of Tiger Woods’ public apology, and each is an inappropriate extreme. One illustrates the…

VALLEY PATRIOT EXCLUSIVE   March, 2010 According to a report last month by The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, the Obama Administration is blocking an arms deal with Israel.…

2009 Law Enforcement fatalities: A tale of two trends

Total line-of-duty deaths drop to lowest level in 50 years; gun related killings up 23% with five multiple-fatality shootings   March, 2010 Washington, DC – Fewer U.S. law enforcement officers…

Playing the race card in 2010

Playing the race card in 2010

Is it time for City Councilor Grisel Silva to resign?     By: Robert O’Koniewski, Esq., – March, 2010   Just how far Lawrence can sink has yet to be seen.…

A total waste of taxpayers’ money

  By: Michael Sweeney – March, 2010 You have to wonder when taxpayers are simply going to have enough and demand wholesale change. It appears the limits of taxpayers tolerance…

From killing fields to candidate for US Congress

From killing fields to candidate for US Congress

By: JAMES O’TOOLE – March, 2010   Sam Meas, the first Cambodian-American to seek congressional office, talks about growing up in war-torn Cambodia. Sam Meas, a 36-year-old investment analyst from…

Dracut elections are stirring interest and controversy

  By: D.J. Deeb – March, 2010 Several candidates have taken out papers to run in the upcoming Dracut Town Elections scheduled for Monday, May 3rd. The positions that are…

GOP candidate Charlie Baker’s popularity surging in latest poll

Suffolk Poll shows voters favor casinos, cutting taxes   Riding the coattails of Scott Brown’s upset win for U.S. Senate, Republican Charlie Baker has jumped into second place and is…

‘Heroes always … celebrating an anniversary’

‘Heroes always … celebrating an anniversary’

GEORGETOWN TODAY By: Lonnie Brennan – March, 2010 Over the past years I’ve had the privilege to contribute a few words and reflect on a few thoughts regarding our fine…

Tsongas says new credit cards law will protect consumers

Congressman Tsongas   March, 2010 WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Niki Tsongas says that a series of landmark reforms to the way the credit card industry does business have now gone…

A Cause For Celebration… And a Somber Remembrance

Valley Patriot Editorial – March, 2010   This month, The Valley Patriot celebrates the 6th anniversary since our very first edition, published back in March of 2004. Since then, we…

Suffolk University Poll: Give the People what they WANT?

Valley Patriot Editorial – March, 2010   Suffolk University conducted a statewide survey of 500 Massachusetts registered voters during February 21-24, 2010. The voters were asked to comment on two…

Page 1 of 212