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Lawrence Fire Department to Receive $1.1M in Federal Assistance for New Hires, Equipment & Training

Lawrence Fire Department to Receive $1.1M in Federal Assistance for New Hires, Equipment & Training

LAWRENCE – The Lawrence Fire Department will receive $1,181,222.00 from the federal government to be used to hire new firefighters and purchase new equipment and training. The grant comes to the city…

Four of Six School Committee Seats Go Empty on September Primary Ballot, Few Run for City Council

Four of Six School Committee Seats Go Empty on September Primary Ballot, Few Run for City Council

WHO’S IN AND WHO’S OUT IN CITY COUNCIL AND SCHOOL COMMITTEE RACES Candidates wishing to have their names appear on the September ballot for municipal elections had until close of…

Methuen Candidates for City Office Turn in Nomination Papers

Methuen Candidates for City Office Turn in Nomination Papers

By: Tom Duggan – August 4, 2015 In order for any candidate for public office to have their name appear on the ballot at election time, they must get nomination…

Friends of Merrimack Valley Hospice Bring Comfort to Patients

Friends of Merrimack Valley  Hospice Bring Comfort to Patients

July, 2015 Friends of Merrimack Valley Hospice is supporting the patients and families served by Merrimack Valley Hospice House with their recent purchase of recliners for each of the private…

Dog Summer Camp at Woof Woof Doggie Daycare & Boarding

Dog Summer Camp at Woof Woof Doggie Daycare & Boarding

  Windham, NH – Summer camp for dogs? If you had to read that twice, don’t be fooled. Summer camps have been proven to be beneficial for children, yet dogs…

Sheriff Cousins Needs A New Approach to Opiod Addiction

Sheriff Cousins Needs A New  Approach to Opiod Addiction

By: Jerry Robito – July, 2015 Working in corrections for over thirty-four years, I have seen countless inmates return to jail for opiate addiction related crimes. The problem today is…

Gloucester’s Angels Program

Gloucester’s Angels Program

By: Joe D’Amore – July, 2015 Angels are descending on the city of Gloucester through an innovative program proposed by Police Chief Leonard Campanello to help people battling opiate addiction.…

An Interview with Gov. Jim Gilmore Homeland Security in the Hometown of a Flying Ace PART II

An Interview with Gov. Jim Gilmore Homeland Security in the Hometown of a Flying Ace PART II

By: Alex Talcott – July, 2015 READ PART I I’ve heard you allude to the possibility that Edward Snowden had an above-top-secret security clearance. Any comments on the theory or…

HEROES IN OUR MIDST – Lawrence Cogswell, Valley Patriot of the Month Pt. III

HEROES IN OUR MIDST – Lawrence Cogswell, Valley Patriot of the Month Pt. III

READ PART I HERE   READ PART II HERE By: Sid Smith – July, 2015 Before each individual squadron takeoff, it required the efforts of thousands of people involved in intelligence,…

Paying Attention! with Tom Duggan: Corruption in Salisbury (8-1-15)

Paying Attention! with Tom Duggan: Corruption in Salisbury (8-1-15)

CLICK TO LISTEN TO OR DOWNLOAD HOUR 1 Tom and Paul chat with famous weatherman “HIGH PRESSHA” Al Kaprielian, then the guys interviewed Rev. Bob Gallagher, former member of the Salisbury…

Volunteers Leave American Training Homes With New Deck, New Yard, and Many Smiles

Volunteers Leave American Training Homes With New Deck, New Yard, and Many Smiles

Rain or shine took on a whole new meaning late last month when Catholic HEART Workcamp volunteers arrived at American Training. The volunteers, aged 8th grade through college, arrived Monday,…

July, 2015 Valley Patriot Edition #141, Remembering Michelle

July, 2015 Valley Patriot Edition #141, Remembering Michelle

Flip page PDF viewer of the JULY, 2015 Valley Patriot  PDF OF THE JULY, 2015 VALLEY PATRIOT  NOW AVAILABLE ON KINDLE!! Tom DugganTom Duggan is president and publisher of The Valley…

Valley Patriot Publisher Speaks Out on Public Records in MA -with Ryan Johnston

Valley Patriot Publisher Speaks Out on Public Records in MA -with Ryan Johnston

July 29, 2015 LISTEN TO RYAN AND TOM 980WCAP’s Ryan Johnston interviewed Valley Patriot publisher Tom Duggan about his Public Records Bill H3665 on Beacon Hill and why the full…

Ethics Commission Issues Enforcement Letter to State Trooper Seth Peterson for Improperly Using His Official Position

Ethics Commission Issues Enforcement Letter to State Trooper Seth Peterson for Improperly Using His Official Position

Intervened with a tow company operator in an effort to have a tow charge reduced for a family member, then retaliated against the tow company On May 21, 2015, the…

Will Lawrence Treat Illegals Better Than People From Lowell?

Will Lawrence Treat Illegals Better Than People From Lowell?

By: Kathy Runge, July, 2015 The City Council, led by Council President Maldonado, a.k.a. Lawrence’s Ambassador to the UN, has been busy in the last month. The FY16 budget got…