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Columnists Honored with Valley Patriot Editor’s Choice Awards

Columnists Honored with Valley Patriot Editor’s Choice Awards

Valley Patriot columnists John MacDonald of Lowell and Kathy Runge from Lawrence were honored with The Valley Patriot’s Editor’s Choice Award. John MacDonald was presented his award by Lowell Mayor…

Paying Attention with Tom Duggan – April 4, 2015

Paying Attention with Tom Duggan – April 4, 2015

DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 1 DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 2 In the first hour Tom and Paul started the show talking about BAD customer service at #Travelocity, The…

BREAKING… Haverhill Police Looking for Your Help Identifying, Finding Bank Robbery Suspect

BREAKING… Haverhill Police Looking for Your Help Identifying, Finding Bank Robbery Suspect

Haverhill Police are searching for a bank robbery suspect who held up the Pentucket Bank located at 395 Lowell Ave at approx 11:45am today. Police say the suspect fled into a…

Haverhill Mayor Fiorentini’s State of the City Address 2015

Haverhill Mayor Fiorentini’s State of the City Address 2015

The State of the City of Haverhill 2015 The Haverhill of Tomorrow   Good evening and welcome.  I would like to welcome and introduce members of our legislative delegation, school committee…

Fund Raiser to Save the Puppies

Fund Raiser to Save the Puppies

It’s that time again and One Tail at a Time Dog Rescue is holding its third annual comedy fundraiser to raise money for our organization. The show is slated for…

Legislation Needed to Hold Landfill Owners, Operators Responsible -IN YOUR CORNER WITH SENATOR KATY IVES

Legislation Needed to Hold Landfill Owners, Operators Responsible -IN YOUR CORNER WITH SENATOR KATY IVES

By: Kathleen O’Connor Ives – March, 2015 The Crow Lane Landfill in Newburyport has long been the source of environmental and public safety concerns since the process of closing and…

Internet Sales Tax in New Hampshire

Internet Sales Tax in New Hampshire

By: DJ Bettencourt – March, 2015 It is unsurprising that in a state with no general sales tax, the topic of Internet sales taxes has become a key issue for…

10 Things to do With Your Kids in Manchester, NH

10 Things to do With Your Kids in Manchester, NH

By: Justess Jacobson March, 2015 Uh-oh! It’s that time of year… The dreaded “summer vacation”. You know, where things go all haywire and your children walk around like mindless zombies…

 $200K to Lawrence for Abandoned Rail Redevelopment Promise of Future Jobs and Rail Trail

 $200K to Lawrence for Abandoned Rail Redevelopment Promise of Future Jobs and Rail Trail

March 27, 2015, Lawrence, MA – Today Nancy Barmakian of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Congresswoman Niki Tsongas join Mayor Daniel Rivera to announce a $200,000 grant to plan…

Representative Update: Legislation That I Am Filing

Representative Update:  Legislation That I Am Filing

By: Linda Dean Campbell – March , 2015 This session I am sponsoring and co-sponsoring approximately fifty pieces of Legislation targeting substance abuse prevention in the Merrimack Valley. Perhaps the most…

When Teachers are Bullied, Do Teachers Unions Care? ~Paying Attention with Tom Duggan

When Teachers are Bullied, Do Teachers Unions Care? ~Paying Attention with Tom Duggan

Do teachers’ unions really care about the teachers they are responsible for protecting and defending? It seems like every time I see a story about teachers unions they are always…

Newspaper Grants Awards to Cops, Vets, Firefighters, 1st Amendment Defenders at Annual BASH

Newspaper Grants Awards to Cops, Vets, Firefighters, 1st Amendment Defenders at Annual BASH

2015 VALLEY PATRIOT AWARD WINNERS From the Valley Patriots 11th Anniversary BASH 3-20-15 The Valley Patriot newspaper held it’s 11th Anniversary BASH on Friday to a more than sold out…

Newspaper Bestows 1st Amendment Award to 980WCAP Radio Station Owner Colonel Sam Poulten

Newspaper Bestows 1st Amendment Award to 980WCAP Radio Station Owner Colonel Sam Poulten

1st Amendment award Winner Colonel Sam Poulten (Ret.) The Valley Patriot newspaper honored Ret. Army Colonel, Sam Poulten, owner of 980WCAP radio in Lowell with the 1st Amendment Award lat…

State Rep. Jim Lyons Receives Newspapers 1st Amendment Award

State Rep. Jim Lyons Receives Newspapers 1st Amendment Award

  FIRST AMENDMENT AWARD WINNER JIM LYONS The Valley Patriot newspaper bestowed its’ highest honor Friday to Andover State Rep. Jim Lyons (R) of Andover. Lyons received the Valley Patriot newspaper’s…

Newspaper Bestows 1st Amendment Lifetime Achievement Award to Michael Sweeney

Newspaper Bestows 1st Amendment Lifetime Achievement Award to Michael Sweeney

Valley Patriot 1st Amendment Lifetime Achievement Award The Valley Patriot bestowed its highest honor Friday to Michael R. Sweeney with the 1st Amendment Lifetime Achievement Award. The Award ceremony was…