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Kannan Press Release Calling on Perry to Release Work Records

Kannan Press Release Calling on Perry to Release Work Records

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 29, 2019 Contact: Megan Costello, 617 653 3781  WOMEN OF METHUEN STAND WITH JENNIFER KANNAN AND CALL ON PERRY TO RELEASE HIS PERSONNEL FILES FROM RAYTHEON…

Methuen Central District Candidates – 2 to Be Elected

Methuen Central District Candidates – 2 to Be Elected

  The race for Central District City Council is the campaign to watch on November 5th. Methuen residents will elect TWO city councilors in the Central District. Incumbent James McCarty…

WHO WILL LEAD METHUEN? Kannan vs. Perry in November Mayoral Race

WHO WILL LEAD METHUEN? Kannan vs. Perry in November Mayoral Race

Every two years, Methuen voters elect a mayor to represent the city’s municipal government as it’s CEO. The mayor is in charge of all hiring, firing, promotions and demotions for…

If You Really Care About Your Family, VOTE! ~ VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL (Oct. 2019)

If You Really Care About Your Family, VOTE! ~ VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL (Oct. 2019)

Last month, less than 5,000 people voted in the Methuen preliminary election for city council. Methuen has approximately 57,000 people residing in the city limits. That means less than 10%…

Candidate Cries Foul on Absentee Ballots – Daughter’s Ballot May Not Count

Candidate Cries Foul on Absentee Ballots – Daughter’s Ballot May Not Count

9-16-19 METHUEN – Central District City Council Candidate Joel Faretra is crying foul on absentee ballots one day before the Methuen municipal election after his daughter, Hanna – registered at…

Ethics and Reason – the Forgotten Bridge Between Politics & Religion ~ BENEATH THE SURFACE with PAUL MURANO

Ethics and Reason – the Forgotten Bridge Between Politics & Religion ~ BENEATH THE SURFACE with PAUL MURANO

By: Paul Murano – August, 2019 The following two questions are related – the first was priority in premodern philosophy, the second is in modern philosophy: 1. How should people…

Latino Underrepresentation in Methuen’s Municipal Govt.

Latino Underrepresentation in Methuen’s Municipal Govt.

By: Tomas Michel – August, 2019 Municipal governments should embody the view of its constituency and promote inclusion of the different segments of its residents. Ensure that policies and procedures…

Jennifer Kannan Announces Opening of Campaign Office

Jennifer Kannan Announces Opening of Campaign Office

Jennifer Kannan, announced candidate for Mayor of Methuen, has opened her campaign office at 36 Hampshire St. Methuen. “With the help of my large and dedicated band of volunteers I…

Methuen Voters Just Don’t Care ~ PAYING ATTENTION with TOM DUGAN

Methuen Voters Just Don’t Care ~ PAYING ATTENTION with TOM DUGAN

 Given the enormous conflicts and controversies that have gone on in Methuen over the last two years, you might think that the people of Methuen have had enough. But a…

Why I’m Running for Methuen City Council At-Large

Why I’m Running for Methuen City Council At-Large

My name is D.J. Beauregard, and I am running to serve as one of three at-large members of the Methuen City Council. I was born and raised in Methuen, and…

Massachusetts Ballot Questions 2018

Massachusetts Ballot Questions 2018

QUESTION #1 LIMITING THE NUMBER OF PATIENTS NURSES ARE RESPONSIBLE TO CARE FOR * The Committee to Ensure Safe Patient Care (Yes on 1), is leading the campaign in support…

Why the Midterm Elections Matter ~ TEEN CORNER

Why the Midterm Elections Matter ~ TEEN CORNER

  By: Casey Pratt – Oct. 2018 According to the Pew Research Center, since 1948 voter turnout during presidential elections has been around 10% higher than the turnout at midterm elections.…

The Choice is Crystal Clear in Dracut

The Choice is Crystal Clear in Dracut

By: Brian Genest – Oct 21018 If you love the culture of corruption on Beacon Hill… If you love record-high state spending and tax increases… If you love a state…

Tom Duggan’s Notebook ~ August, 2018

Tom Duggan’s Notebook ~ August, 2018

VOTE SEPT. 4TH, DAY AFTER LABOR DAY… IT’S IMPORTANT! Secretary of State Bill Galvin has scheduled this year’s state primary elections for the day after Labor Day when a lot…

Town vs. City Government: The Governing Pros and Cons

Town vs. City Government:  The Governing Pros and Cons

  By: Casey Pratt – August, 2018 Groveland and Boston are two vastly different communities in Massachusetts, which have vastly different governing bodies. From a distance, local government simply seems like…