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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…

Vaccination and the Politics of Fear – THE DOCTOR IS IN!

Vaccination and the  Politics of Fear – THE DOCTOR IS IN!

By: Dr. Frank MacMillan – March, 2015 Something as important as the health of the nation should be based on good science and not influenced by manufactured fear or be…

Hero Police and Firefighter Receive Valley Patriot Officer Tom Duggan Memorial Award at Annual BASH

Hero Police and Firefighter Receive Valley Patriot Officer Tom Duggan Memorial Award at Annual BASH

OFFICER TOM DUGGAN SR. LAW ENFORCEMENT AWARD Each year, The Valley Patriot newspaper gives awards at the annual BASH to members of the community and members of The Valley Patriot…

Newspaper Honors Woburn Police Officer Bob DiNapoli with Officer Tom Duggan Sr. Law Enforcement Award

Newspaper Honors Woburn Police Officer Bob DiNapoli with Officer Tom Duggan Sr. Law Enforcement Award

  Retired Woburn Police Officer Bob DiNapoli was given the Valley Patriot newspaper’s highest awards Friday night during the newspaper’s 11th Anniversary BASH where he was honored with the Officer…

Podcast of Paying Attention (2-14-15)

Podcast of Paying Attention (2-14-15)

DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 1 DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 2 Today Tom and Paul talked about BASH, A new Muslim School in North Andover, why the Massachusetts GOP…

Salisbury Selectman Henry Richenburg Fined $2,500 for Conflict of Interest Law Violations 

Salisbury Selectman Henry Richenburg Fined $2,500 for Conflict of Interest Law Violations 

The State Ethics Commission has fined Salisbury Selectman Henry Richenburg, who admitted violating G.L. c. 268A, the conflict of interest law, by his actions as Selectman in connection with the Board of Selectman’s…

New Legislative Session Opportunities for Positive Change

New Legislative Session Opportunities for Positive Change

By Senator Katy Ives – February, 2015 As I begin my second term as State Senator and a new two-year legislative session, I have filed a cross section of bills…

February, 2015 Valley Patriot (Edition #136), Headline: Public Rallies for Police

February, 2015 Valley Patriot (Edition #136), Headline: Public Rallies for Police

  Click HERE for TURN PAGE VIEW of Edition #136 –February, 2015 Click here to download normal PDF of Valley Patriot     Tom DugganTom Duggan is president and publisher…

VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL – Mayor Fiorentini Must Act Now on Police Station Mold (2-15)

VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL – Mayor Fiorentini Must Act Now on Police Station Mold (2-15)

It seems hard to believe. Since before the Haverhill Police Station was even occupied, concerns were raised about mold and mildew due to substandard construction work. That was in 1999.…

Download or View The January, 2015 Valley Patriot (Edition #135), Headline: $6.6M Police Station Fraud

Download or View The January, 2015 Valley Patriot (Edition #135), Headline: $6.6M Police Station Fraud

Click HERE for TURN PAGE VIEW of Edition #135 –January, 2015 Click here to download normal PDF of Valley Patriot Tom DugganTom Duggan is president and publisher of The Valley…

$6.6M. Haverhill Police Station Fraud – Unhealthy Work Conditions

$6.6M. Haverhill Police Station Fraud – Unhealthy Work Conditions

By: Tom Duggan – January, 2014 Haverhill Police Officers say they are not only putting their safety at risk while out doing their jobs protecting the public, but also while…

Lawrence City Council Power Trip Censors Rebroadcast of Meetings

Lawrence City Council Power Trip  Censors Rebroadcast of Meetings

By: Katy Runge – January, 2015  Happy New Year to all of The Valley Patriot readers! If you missed the City Council meeting of December 16 you should watch it…

Reflecting Back and Moving Massachusetts Forward ~ IN YOUR CORNER WITH SENATOR IVES

Reflecting Back and Moving Massachusetts Forward ~ IN YOUR CORNER WITH SENATOR IVES

By: Kathleen O’Connor Ives – January, 2015 In my first legislative session we passed a number of significant laws, including requiring nursing homes, rest homes, or other long term care…

Lawrence Council Puts off Vote vs. Mayor Rivera, Admits They Routinely Violate Open Meeting Law

Lawrence Council Puts off Vote vs. Mayor Rivera, Admits They Routinely Violate Open Meeting Law

NO CONFIDENCE It was a night of dysfunction and shocking revelations Tuesday night as the Lawrence City Council was set to take a vote of “No Confidence” in Lawrence Mayor Dan…

Podcast of Paying Attetention with Tom Duggan (1-10-14) – Guest: MA Sec. of Veterans Affairs Francisco Urena

Podcast of Paying Attetention with Tom Duggan (1-10-14) – Guest: MA Sec. of Veterans Affairs Francisco Urena

DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 1 DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 2 Today Tom and Paul talked with Francisco Urena, newly appointed Secretary of Veterans’Affairs. Other topics: Pro-Police rally on…