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Doctors Are Not Airline Pilots

Doctors Are Not Airline Pilots

By: Bharani Padmanabhan – April, 2019 When Lucian Leape abandoned the profession of medicine and set out to make it subservient to corporate monopolies he began by claiming doctors are…

Fats: The Good vs. The Bad ~ YOUR HEALTH with RICK BELLANTI

Fats: The Good vs. The Bad ~ YOUR HEALTH with RICK BELLANTI

By: Rick Bellanti – April, 2019 When it comes to healthy eating, fats most always get a bad rap. Fats are not one size fits all and are not created…

‘After Life’ Uses Humor to Deal with Grief and Depression ~ TV TALK with BILL CUSHING

‘After Life’ Uses Humor to Deal with Grief and Depression ~ TV TALK with BILL CUSHING

  By: Bill Cushing – April, 2019 ‘After Life’ is a new Netflix series written, directed, and starring Ricky Gervais. I’m not even sure you could classify ‘After Life’ as…

MA Caucus of Women Legislators Ushers in a New Session

MA Caucus of Women Legislators Ushers in a New Session

By: Tram Nguyen, April, 2019 The 191st legislative session of the Massachusetts General Court is well underway on Beacon Hill with a record number of women represented in the first-year…

Welcome Home, Vietnam Veterans

Welcome Home, Vietnam Veterans

By: Rep. Linda Dean Campbell, April, 2019 As a Veteran, I am honored to have been appointed as House Chair of the Joint Committee on Veterans and Federal Affairs for…

North Andover Veteran Publishes D-Day Guidebook for 75th Anniversary

North Andover Veteran Publishes D-Day Guidebook for 75th Anniversary

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass.—To commemorate the June 6, 1944, Normandy landings, North Andover author Kevin Dennehy has written a guidebook that helps tourists find monuments and other sites near the epic…

Scout Makes Rocking Chairs for Hospice Eagle Service Project

Scout Makes Rocking Chairs for Hospice Eagle Service Project

Haverhill, Mass- Among the beautiful elements inside High Pointe House, the hospice and palliative care residence of Merrimack Valley Hospice, now includes six new rocking chairs, handcrafted by Boy Scout…

North Andover Festival Committee presents the 47th Annual North Andover Sheep Shearing Festival

North Andover Festival Committee presents the 47th Annual North Andover Sheep Shearing Festival

Crafts, Food, Fun and Sheep Return to North Andover for the Town’s Traditional Spring Celebration North Andover, MA – The 47th annual North Andover Sheep Shearing Festival, sponsored in part…

A Generator for Pump Station at GLSD ~ IN YOUR CORER with SENATOR DIZOGLIO

A Generator for Pump Station at GLSD ~ IN YOUR CORER with SENATOR DIZOGLIO

Hello Valley Patriot Readers, The snow is just about gone, it’s now light out at 7 p.m., and the temperatures are getting warmer by the day. Spring is here, and…

Methuen Police Arrest Two Men Suspected of ATM Thefts

Methuen Police Arrest Two Men Suspected of ATM Thefts

Methuen Police arrested two men suspected of stealing cash from ATMs after serving a search warrant Saturday. METHUEN —  Methuen Police arrested two men Saturday suspected of stealing money from…

Valley Patriot Readers Donate $2,100 for Tech Scholarships

Valley Patriot Readers Donate $2,100 for Tech Scholarships

Valley Patriot readers and advertisers stepped up to the plate again this year donating a total of $2,100 for our Valley Patriot, Gr. Lawrence Tech Scholarships at the 15th Anniversary…

Readers and Advertisers Donate $3,450 to Dan Coady Memorial Scholarship

Readers and Advertisers Donate $3,450 to Dan Coady Memorial Scholarship

    April, 2019 Last year Dan Coady of Coady’s Towing and Garage Service in Lawrence was struck and killed on Rt. 495. Within two days, one of our readers,…

Chelmsford’s Mike Miskell, Another Local Member of Patton’s 3rd Army – VALLEY PATRIOT OF THE MONTH

Chelmsford’s Mike Miskell, Another Local Member of Patton’s 3rd Army – VALLEY PATRIOT OF THE MONTH

By: John Cuddy – April, 2019 Chelmsford’s Mike Miskell, like many of the men and women who served during World War II, formed a lifelong friendship with another soldier they…

First Amendment Leaves Dracut Officials Mostly Speechless

First Amendment Leaves Dracut Officials Mostly Speechless

By: Brian Genest – April, 2019 Free speech can be hard to swallow, especially in Dracut. You’d think that a letter from Judicial Watch challenging the constitutionality of the political…

Lawrence High, JrROTC Student Rachel Hiraldo Gets $2,175 Scholarship

Lawrence High, JrROTC Student Rachel Hiraldo Gets $2,175 Scholarship

Valley Patriot readers donated a total of $2,175 for a scholarship to Lawrence High School senior Rachel Hiraldo at the Valley Patriot’s 15th Anniversary Bash at the Firefighters Relief’s In…

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