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President Trump was Right About Lawrence ~ VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL (4-18)

President Trump was Right About Lawrence ~ VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL (4-18)

Last month, President Trump accurately pointed out that because the City of Lawrence is considered a “sanctuary city” it attracts criminals who are here illegally, because they know they won’t…

Phil Thibault Can’t Just Walk Away Now ~ DRACUT TODAY

Phil Thibault Can’t  Just Walk Away Now ~ DRACUT TODAY

By: Brian Genest – April, 2018 There’s nothing more swamp-like than Dracut politics. Our town keeps living up to its reputation for local politics that is personal and putrid. The current…

Kidnapping, Two Stabbings, Keep Cops Busy as Violent Crime Continues to Plummet in Lawrence

Kidnapping, Two Stabbings, Keep Cops Busy as Violent Crime Continues to Plummet in Lawrence

4-21-18 TWO STABBED Lawrence, Police were unusually busy Friday night with a kidnapping, several accidents, brawling at last call on Essex Street and a double stabbing on Amesbury and Methuen…

Clean River Project Invites Community to “Earth Day Awareness Rally” Launch of the Merrimack Riverkeepers Coalition

Clean River Project Invites Community to “Earth Day Awareness Rally”  Launch of the Merrimack Riverkeepers Coalition

RALLY TO TAKE PLACE April 22nd, 11 am to 2 pm G.A.R. Park in Haverhill, MA On Sunday, April 22nd from 11 am to 2 pm at the G.A.R Park in…

Amesbury Building Inspector Denis Nadeau Pays $3,500 Fine for Violating Conflict of Interest Law

Amesbury Building Inspector Denis Nadeau Pays $3,500 Fine for Violating Conflict of Interest Law

Nadeau intervened as Building Inspector in work performed at his neighbors’ home  Amesbury Building Inspector Denis Nadeau paid a $3,500 civil penalty after admitting to violating the conflict of interest…

DEA Raids Several Lawrence Locations, Make Arrests Early Monday

DEA Raids Several Lawrence Locations, Make Arrests Early Monday

April 9, 2018 The Federal Drug Enforcement Agency made several arrests in Lawrence Monday morning on Morton St., Parker Street, and several other locations throughout the city. Valley Patriot news…

Lawrence Mayor Announces Police Chief Applicant Review Committee

Lawrence Mayor Announces Police Chief Applicant Review Committee

LAWRENCE – Mayor Dan Rivera has named the members of the Police Chief Applicant Review Committee to replace Chief James Fitzpatrick who stepped down two months ago. Mayor Rivera has…

Troopers Catch Hit and Run Driver in Lawrence

Troopers Catch Hit and Run Driver in Lawrence

The Lawrence Police Department received a call shortly after 1AM Saturday morning for report of a Massachusetts State Trooper on the scene of a hit and run at the intersection…

MassDEP Fines NASDI, LLC $140,910 for Asbestos, Hazardous Waste Management Violations in Lawrence, Elsewhere

MassDEP Fines NASDI, LLC $140,910 for Asbestos, Hazardous Waste Management Violations in Lawrence, Elsewhere

Violations Found at Work Site in South Boston, Rental Property in Lawrence, and the company’s facilities in Woburn and Stoughton  BOSTON – The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) penalized a…

Whittier Tech Students Design New Allied Health Center

Whittier Tech Students Design New Allied Health Center

Project Led by Seniors from Georgetown, Haverhill and Merrimac with Assistance from Newburyport Junior HAVERHILL — After several months of hard work, final design plans for Whittier Tech’s new Allied…

Sen. Donoghue – A Showcase of Solutions Looking for a Problem

Sen. Donoghue – A Showcase of Solutions Looking for a Problem

By: John MacDonald – March, 2018 When will Senator Donoghue work on and support bills that really matter to the people of the 1st Middlesex? Donoghue’s latest proposed bill that…

Sam Cooke PART I ~ IN THE GROOVE with CINDY ANNIS

Sam Cooke PART I ~ IN THE GROOVE with CINDY ANNIS

By: Cindy Annis – March, 2018 I hope you enjoyed Buddy Holly last month. Now that he is done I can start thinking about “The Day the Music Died!” This…

Groveland Fire Chief Robert Lay Retires After 44 Years

Groveland Fire Chief Robert Lay Retires After 44 Years

GROVELAND — Fire Chief Robert B. Lay has retired from the Groveland Fire Department after a long career. Lay has served as a firefighter for 44 years, and has spent…

2018 OUTSTANDING WOMEN OF FAMILY BUSINESS NAMED!

2018 OUTSTANDING WOMEN OF FAMILY BUSINESS NAMED!

BOSTON –  Twelve Massachusetts family business leaders have been named an Outstanding Woman of Family Business by The Warren Group editorial board. The Outstanding Women Award is an annual award that honors…

Lawrence Carjack Suspect Rams 3 Police Cars, Injures Two Officers

Lawrence Carjack Suspect Rams 3 Police Cars, Injures Two Officers

Two Lawrence Police officers were injured last night after a man rammed three police cars before crashing into a tree. (VIDEO 1) (VIDEO 2) Witnesses say that Lawrence police officer…

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