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Tom Duggan’s Notebook – 13th Anniversary BASH! Edition

Tom Duggan’s Notebook – 13th Anniversary BASH! Edition

HELP WANTED: Sr. Electrical Eng’r to support product development for development, design & manufacture of renal care medical equipment & devices. Send resume to HR, NxStage Medical, Inc., 350 Merrimack…

Public Safety Related Legislation I am Filing ~ By: Rep. Linda Dean Campbell

Public Safety Related Legislation I am Filing ~ By: Rep. Linda Dean Campbell

By: State Rep. Linda Dean Campbell – April, 2017 My prior service in the U. S. Army has influenced my public service in many ways, very significantly in my understanding…

Valley Patriot/Gr. Lawrence Tech. School, $1K Scholarship Winner Daniela Marroquin

Valley Patriot/Gr. Lawrence Tech. School, $1K Scholarship Winner Daniela Marroquin

Jessica Finnocchiaro of the Greater Lawrence Technical School in Andover has been working with The Valley Patriot BASH committee for the past three years. Finnocchiaro interviews students who apply for…

Valley Patriot, Team Zingales Partner for $2,000 in Scholarships

Valley Patriot, Team Zingales Partner for $2,000 in Scholarships

Each year The Valley Patriot holds its annual charity BASH. This year seven students attending the BASH walked away with $1,000 in scholarship money for college.  “Six years ago The…

Early Voting Can Be a FUNDED Mandate – IN YOUR CORNER WITH SENATOR KATY IVES

Early Voting Can Be a FUNDED Mandate – IN YOUR CORNER WITH SENATOR KATY IVES

By: State Senator Katy Ives – April, 2017 Early Voting passed into law in 2014 and this past presidential election was the first in which residents were allowed to vote…

Four Charged in Connection With Organized Illegal Gaming and Money Laundering Scheme

Four Charged in Connection With Organized Illegal Gaming and Money Laundering Scheme

Illegal Gaming Company Allegedly Laundered More than $1 Million in Proceeds SALEM – Four individuals have been charged in connection with operating an illegal gaming and money laundering scheme through…

Will the Lowell Mayor be Allowed to Snub His Veterans?

Will the Lowell Mayor be Allowed to Snub His Veterans?

By: John MacDonald – April, 2017 Several months ago, the Lowell Veterans Commission was tasked by the Lowell City Council to find a way to recognize Walter Bayliss. Mr. Bayliss…

Unfunded Mandates Hurt Methuen Taxpayers

Unfunded Mandates Hurt Methuen Taxpayers

By: DJ Deeb – April, 2017 There have been many noteworthy stories about the City of Methuen this past month. New contracts have been approved by city officials, the Marijuana…

Defending Immigrants from Perceived “Racism”

Defending Immigrants from Perceived “Racism”

By: Teresa Giuffre – April, 2017 I’ve read with interest, the onslaught of negative comments on the pages of the Valley Patriot, and on your Facebook feed, regarding the treatment…

She Still Does Not Get It

She Still Does Not Get It

By: Jeff Katz – April, 2019 Every so often you run into someone who just does not get it. You know the type, the guy who keeps telling you how…

WEATHER 101 with Al Kaprielian – Looking at the Weather from March

WEATHER 101 with Al Kaprielian – Looking at the Weather from March

This year March proved to be a chilly month. We saw many days where the temperatures averaged below normal. Also we had some winter weather with a blizzard on Tuesday…

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