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Rep. Lyons Demand to Know How Much State Money is Spent on Illegal Aliens

Rep. Lyons Demand to Know How Much State Money is Spent on Illegal Aliens

LYONS’ AMENDMENT CLEARS THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES   October 5, 2011    BOSTON – State Representative Jim Lyons (R-Andover), joined by his Republican House colleagues, introduced a “transparency in spending”…

Massachusetts Legislators Unveil Comprehensive Illegal Immigration Package

Emphasis on Public Safety and Taxpayer Dollars   September, 2011 BOSTON – With the recent tragic death of Milford resident Matthew Denice, Sen. Richard T. Moore, D-Uxbridge, and Rep. John…

More Trouble in the Lawrence Voter Lists

  By: Jamison Tomasek – September, 2011 Last month’s article detailed irregularities in the list of Lawrence registered voters. On the official voter list hundreds of voters were registered two…

McCann Files Lawsuit Against Former Mayor

McCann Files Lawsuit Against Former Mayor

Sullivan says same suit filed twice before, expects dismissal again   By: Tom Duggan – September, 2011 LAWRENCE – On February 9, 2007 (then) Public Works Director Frank McCann was…

What Essex County Sheriff Frank Cousins Doesn’t Want You To Know

What Essex County Sheriff Frank  Cousins Doesn’t Want You To Know

ANOTHER VALLEY PATRIOT EXCLUSIVE! Public not being notified of escapes, pretrial detainees being held at CAC BY:TOM DUGGAN, SEPT. 04, 2011 Meet James Walsh. According to documents obtained by the Valley Patriot,…

Our Economic Decrepitude: What Would The Doctor Do?

Our Economic Decrepitude: What Would The Doctor Do?

How to Achieve a 4% to 5% Unemployment Rate Within 12 Months THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX   By: Dr. Charles Ormsby – September, 2011   Pretend you were a doctor…

The Violence Continues in Lawrence

The Violence Continues in Lawrence

 Short Handed and Under Siege Cops Get Little Support At City Hall    By: Tom Duggan – August, 2011 It was a busy Saturday night in Lawrence as the men…

Recall Begins Against Lawrence Mayor Willie Lantigua

Recall Begins Against Lawrence Mayor Willie Lantigua

  By: Tom Duggan – July, 2011   During the late 80’s, former Lawrence Mayor Kevin Sullivan tried to orchestrate a recall election against two members of the Lawrence School Committee who opposed his…

Votes, Taxes, Enemies and Reputations

Votes, Taxes, Enemies and Reputations

By: Lonnie Brennan – June, 2011 So, what did the spring Georgetown elections and the approved $1.2 million school override cost you? If you’re the average homeowner (half of whom…

Town Manager Rees Takes Job in Maine Selectmen say they have big shoes to fill

Town Manager Rees Takes Job in Maine Selectmen say they have big shoes to fill

By: Tom Duggan – June, 2011 After ten years of managing the Town of North Andover, Mark Rees has taken a job as the city manager of Portland Maine, leaving…

Valley Students Attend Pre-boot Camp Training

Valley Students Attend Pre-boot Camp Training

By: Tom Duggan – June, 2011 Local U.S. Marine recruiters in The Valley got their first look at the latest batch of recruits last month at Ft. Devans Army Base…

Raw Sewage Still flowing into Shawsheen

Raw Sewage Still flowing into Shawsheen

By: Tom Duggan – May, 2011 A Full year ago, in May of 2010, The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sent a letter to Lawrence DPW Director Frank McCann informing the…

Reyes Demands Lantgua Pay Back School Funds

Reyes Demands Lantgua Pay Back School Funds

  By; Tom Duggan – May, 2011   Lawrence School Committeeman Sammy Reyes (District D) has written a scathing letter to the city council demanding that education funds (which were…

Shawn Hansen’s Comedy Corner: Stand Up For Kids

Shawn Hansen’s Comedy Corner: Stand Up For Kids

  By: Shawn Hansen – April, 2011 Working as a full time real estate agent at Century 21 in the North Shore for the past eight years, Domenica Beraldi-Giordano is…

Mayor’s Plan to Use Energy Savings to Pay for Capital Improvements

Mayor James J. Fiorentini has laid out an ambitious plan to use energy savings to pay for capital improvements to city and school buildings. Fiorentini said the city received approval…