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PUPPYGIRL – Paw if Forward

PUPPYGIRL – Paw if Forward

PUPPY LOVE WITH KATE WHITNEY   By: PuppyGirl Kate Whitney – January 2013 Happy New Year!  With 2013 fresh upon us, I want to wish all of you good health…

Winter Wonderland and your Doggies

Winter Wonderland and your Doggies

  By: Tracey Zysk – January 2013 As the season changes and the snow and cold approaches us, we must consider how this affects our dogs. Like humans, dogs can…

A New Year’s Climate Resolution: Let’s Address Global Warming in 2013

  By: Danielle Falzone – January 2013 In 2012 the impacts of global warming hit us and it hit us hard. Massachusetts began last year with some of the least…

The Case for Secession

By: John LaHoud – January 2013 NOTE: What follows is an intellectual exercise, designed to stimulate the thinking of my fellow freedom-loving citizens. Anyone wishing to participate may e-mail lahoudjp@gmail.com.…

YE GAY OL’ VALLEY – Are You Up for The Challenge?

YE GAY OL’ VALLEY – Are You Up for The Challenge?

  By: Dani Langevin – January 2013 I challenge you, America! I t is the same challenge I have already offered up to my students and a new challenge that…

The City of Lawrence The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

The City of Lawrence The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

  By: Peter Larocque – January 2013 First, let me say Happy New Year to all the Valley Patriot readers and let’s expect the absolute best in 2013 for everyone.…

Unwanted Meds Disposal Kiosk Now At Dracut PD

Through grant funding received by the City of Lowell Health Department, the Town of Dracut has been provided with a kiosk specifically designed for the disposal of unwanted medications. A…

Reps. Lombardo, Lyons Call for Fair and Just Legal Benefits

Reps. Lombardo, Lyons Call for Fair and Just Legal Benefits

    BOSTON – “Should every innocent, law-abiding, taxpaying citizen of Massachusetts receive legal benefits similar to those being bestowed on a vicious wife killer?” That is precisely the question…

Why Banning Guns Just Doesn’t Work

  By: Lonnie Brennan – January 2013 “Free men own guns. Slaves don’t,” Tim gruffed as he shuffled egg bits around on his plate, speaking to no one, but speaking…

Chief Solomon: Search Your Children’s Rooms, Read Their Diaries

Chief Solomon: Search Your Children’s Rooms, Read Their Diaries

  “Not only do you go through their rooms, in my opinion, but they’re driving, you look in their cars. You look in their glove box. And for me, I…

An Open Letter To The Community of Pentucket Regional Schools

An Open Letter To The Community of Pentucket Regional Schools

By: Joe D’Amore  I want to remind everyone that this week the Superintendent will meet with the Chief of Police in an important meeting to review school security measures. Coming…

Valley Patriot of the Month – Lawrence Native Fred Pietrowski, U.S. Navy

Valley Patriot of the Month – Lawrence Native Fred Pietrowski, U.S. Navy

  By: Helen Mooradkanian – January 2013 LAWRENCE – It was early 1961 during the Cold War. The United States had just closed its embassy in Havana, Cuba. The Cuban…

Murder Suspect Worked for Lantigua under Anti Violence Grant

Murder Suspect Worked for Lantigua under Anti Violence Grant

By: Tom Duggan – January 21, 2013 Lawrence City workers confirmed for the Valley Patriot this morning that murder suspect Ismael Calixto of Lawrence was also working for the City…

Armed Robbery Suspects are Lantigua Employees in Lawrence DPW

Armed Robbery Suspects are Lantigua Employees in Lawrence DPW

  By: Tom Duggan – January 19, 2013 The Valley Patriot has learned that three armed robbery suspects arrested last Friday for invading a convenience store on Boxford and South…

Nanci Milone Hill is new Director of Dracut Public Library

Nanci Milone Hill is new Director  of Dracut Public Library

John Dyer, Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Dracut M. G. Parker Memorial Library is pleased to announce that Nanci Milone Hill will join the Dracut M. G.…

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