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Former Lawrence Public School Dept. Graphic Designer, John Laurenza Cited for Accepting Bribes

Former Lawrence Public School Dept. Graphic Designer, John Laurenza Cited for Accepting Bribes

The Massachusetts State Ethics Commission approved a Disposition Agreement in with former Lawrence Public School Department Graphic Designer John Laurenza today. Laurenza admitted to violating conflict of interest laws, (specifically…

The Candidates for State Rep. And Where They Stand

The Candidates for State Rep. And Where They Stand

By: Tom Duggan – July, 2012 The race to fill the 2d Essex House District being left vacant by Harriet Stanley has three Republicans vying for the nomination in the…

Feds Pump $750,000 more into Lawrence

Feds Pump $750,000 more into Lawrence

Lawrence Receives Federal Funds to Hire 6 Police Officers Lawrence Must Pay $125,000 and pick up full tab after 3 years. “This year all new officers hired under the grant must…

Haverhill Mayor Receives Bequest for City’s Law Enforcement

  May – 2012 Mayor James J. Fiorentini is pleased to announce that the City of Haverhill has received a bequest from the Elmo D’Alessandro 1996 Trust in the amount…

Moran Answers Tough Questions in Bid for State Rep.

Moran Answers Tough Questions in Bid for State Rep.

Will not commit to quitting council or stepping down as council President if he wins   By: Valley Patriot Staff – May, 2012 Lawrence City Council President Frank Moran is…

RIP Axel – Chelmsford K-9

RIP Axel – Chelmsford K-9

By: Tracey Zysk – April 2012 On March 23, 2012 Chelmsford Police K-9 Axel took his final ride in his police cruiser. Axel, a 5yr old Czechoslovakian shepherd passed away from…

Standing up for Victims of Murder

April, 2012 The Merrimack Valley Chapter of Parents of Murdered Children, (POMC) invites you to the 4th Annual Candlelight Vigil on April 23, 2012, in recognition of National Crime Victim’s…

Who Really Cares About the Environment?

Who Really Cares About the Environment?

Just Look Locally at Lawrence and Listen Carefully for the Crickets By: Tom Duggan – March, 2012 In July of 2009 the Valley Patriot wrote an explosive story, publishing Documents…

Identity Theft Crackdown Sweeps Across the Nation

Identity Theft Crackdown Sweeps Across the Nation

More than 200 Actions Taken in 23 States   (Boston) The Internal Revenue Service and the Justice Department today announced the results of a massive national sweep cracking down on…

N.E. Police Chiefs Association Endorses EZ-ID Bill

N.E. Police Chiefs Association Endorses EZ-ID Bill

February, 2012 BOSTON – The New England Association of Chiefs of Police (NEACOP) has unanimously endorsed the EZ-ID bill filed by Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr (R-Gloucester) and co-sponsored by…

The Family of Firefighters: Honoring Hero Robert George

  Diana Fay Dizoglio – January, 2012 With heavy hearts people from all across Massachusetts honored four firefighters who lost their lives this holiday season. Among these brave fathers, husbands,…

“Sober House” on Crack Corner

“Sober House” on Crack Corner

Prisoners in “Sober House” on Crack Corner Have  No Supervision, Escapes Continue with No Accountability Paying Attention! with Tom Duggan Tom Duggan  – January 2012 LAWRENCE, MA – The intersection of…

Occupy Movement endorsed by Nazi Party

Occupy Movement endorsed by Nazi Party

  By: Jeff Katz – November, 2011 We’re now more than a month in to the “occupy” movement and there does not seem to be any end in sight. The…

Massachusetts’ 209A Restraining Order Law Should Go

VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL   November, 2011 The Fatherhood coalition of Massachusetts is trying to get signatures to place a measure on the ballot to abolish the state’s restraining order law often referred…

Major Scientific Breakthrough! New Human Subspecies Identified: Homo Occupaduses

Major Scientific Breakthrough! New Human Subspecies Identified: Homo Occupaduses

THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX     By: Dr. Charles Ormsby For years they have lived among us. We thought they were one of us. Certainly we share a remarkably similar…