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Stewart Tops Ticket , Incumbents Reelected to North Andover Board of Selectmen

Stewart Tops Ticket , Incumbents Reelected to North Andover Board of Selectmen

By: Tom Duggan|March 25, 2014 Long time North Andover Selectman Don Stewart topped the ticket in Tuesday’s race to fill two seats on the Board of Selectmen. Stewart placed first…

Ironworkers PAC Pays $20,000 for Campaign Finance Violations

Ironworkers PAC Pays $20,000 for Campaign Finance Violations

  The Ironworkers Union Local 7 PAC has made a $20,000 payment to the state’s general fund to resolve several campaign finance violations, including the failure to disclose more than…

Lawrence Teachers Union Releases Statement: Tentative Agreement Reached

Lawrence Teachers Union Releases Statement: Tentative Agreement Reached

Lawrence Teachers Union Reaches Contract Accord with City Collective Bargaining Agreement Awaits Member Ratification LAWRENCE – The negotiating committee of the Lawrence Teachers Union and Receiver Jeffrey C. Riley announced today…

FOUR Welcome Additions to our Stacked Lineup of Writing Talent

FOUR Welcome Additions to our Stacked Lineup of Writing Talent

Valley Patriot Editorial March, 2014 – As we celebrate our tenth anniversary, we are happy to announce some exciting additions to our Valley Patriot lineup, starting with former Eagle Tribune…

Sicilian Project to Announce Winners of Trip for Two to Sicily

Sicilian Project to Announce Winners of Trip for Two to Sicily

The Sicilian Project will be announcing the winner of its trip for two to Sicily drawing Wednesday, March 19th at Borelli’s Deli in Methuen. The Sicilian Project is the brain…

Roofing Company Agrees to Pay $45,000 for Trying to Conceal Contributions To Boston Mayor Marty Walsh

Roofing Company Agrees to Pay $45,000 for Trying to Conceal Contributions To Boston Mayor Marty Walsh

Reliable Roofing and Sheet Metal, a Framingham-based company, made a $45,000 payment to the state’s general fund to settle campaign finance matters concerning prohibited corporate campaign contributions to Martin Walsh’s…

Methuen Councilor Pens Letter of Endorsement for Sheriff Candidate Jerry Robito against Frank Cousins

Methuen Councilor Pens Letter of Endorsement for Sheriff Candidate Jerry Robito against Frank Cousins

Methuen City Councilor Sean Fountain has submitted a letter to the editor asking for your support of his candidate for Essex County Sheriff Jerry Robito. Fountain is a member of…

The Tenth Anniversary Edition of The Valley Patriot (March 2014)

The Tenth Anniversary Edition of The Valley Patriot (March 2014)

CLICK FOR OUR NEW TURN PAGE VIEWER WITH NO WAITING! CLICK HERE TO DIRECTLY VIEW OR DOWNLOAD PDF  Tom DugganTom Duggan is president and publisher of The Valley Patriot Newspaper…

Former Tribune Publisher Al Getler to Headline Valley Patriot’s 10TH Anniversary BASH – Fri., March 21, 2014 at 7pm

Former Tribune Publisher Al Getler to Headline Valley Patriot’s 10TH Anniversary BASH – Fri., March 21, 2014 at 7pm

Come Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of The Valley Patriot  Tickets:  $30 ea. Tables of ten are $250 BUY YOUR TICKETS USING PAYPAL BELOW RESERVE YOUR SEAT ON OUR EVENT PAGE…

The Paying Attention! Radio Program with Tom Duggan, March 8, 2014

The Paying Attention! Radio Program with Tom Duggan, March 8, 2014

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD HOUR 1  (right click to save to your IPOD or desktop) CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD HOUR 2 Today Tom and Paul talked about the Valley Patriot’s…

Mass. Ethics Commission’s Enforcement Division Alleges that Former State Representative Demetrius Atsalis Violated Financial Disclosure Law

Mass. Ethics Commission’s Enforcement Division Alleges that Former State Representative Demetrius Atsalis Violated Financial Disclosure Law

Atsalis Failed to timely file his 2012 financial disclosure statement The Enforcement Division of the State Ethics Commission today issued an Order to Show Cause (“OTSC”) alleging that former State Representative…

Mayor Rivera Announces that Lawrence General Hospital to Provide Emergency Ambulance Services to the City

Mayor Rivera Announces that Lawrence General Hospital to Provide Emergency Ambulance Services to the City

Mayor Dan Rivera announced today that Lawrence General Hospital, the City’s leading health care provider, will expand its ambulance service for residents of the City of Lawrence from advanced life…

Joint Committee Supports Reforming State Public Records Law, Add Penalties for Officials Who Refuse to Release Public Records

Joint Committee Supports Reforming State Public Records Law, Add Penalties for Officials Who Refuse to Release Public Records

The days of public officials refusing to comply with the state’s public records law are almost over. So says State Senator Kathleen O’Connor Ives (D), Newburyport who told the Valley…

The Paying Attention! Radio Program with Tom Duggan, March 1, 2014

The Paying Attention! Radio Program with Tom Duggan, March 1, 2014

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD HOUR 1 (right click to save to your IPOD or desktop) CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD HOUR 2  CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD HOUR 3 Today Tom and…

Lawrence Exchange Club’s 2014 Firefighter of the Year Award, Lawrence

Lawrence Exchange Club’s 2014 Firefighter of the Year Award, Lawrence

The Lawrence Exchange Club honored EMT’s, firefighters and police officers from Andover, North Andover and Lawrence for their contribution to public safety in the Merrimack Valley. The annual award ceremonies were…