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News From John Lenotte and The American Legion

News From John Lenotte and The American Legion

By: John Lenotte – American Legion – March, 2013 Recently I had the opportunity to travel as part of a group from Massachusetts to attend the annual American Legion Washington…

Councilor LaPlante Calls for Marijuana Dispensary Moratorium Vote in Lawrence

Councilor LaPlante Calls for Marijuana Dispensary Moratorium Vote in Lawrence

  LAWRENCE, MA: The Lawrence City Council will hold a public hearing, followed by a vote at its Chambers on April 2, 2013, to determine whether the city will place…

D’Agostino Asks Methuen Councilors to Evaluate Candidates for Solicitor Using Criteria They Set

D’Agostino Asks Methuen Councilors to Evaluate Candidates for Solicitor Using Criteria They Set

(Posted March 31, 2013) As one of two final applicants for the city solicitor’s position in Methuen, Richard D’Agostino has written a letter to the Methuen City Council asking them…

Paying Attention with Tom Duggan, A Review of the BASH and Methuen Politics (March 29, 2013) 980WCAP

Paying Attention with Tom Duggan, A Review of the BASH and Methuen Politics (March 29, 2013) 980WCAP

    CLICK TO DOWNLOAD OR PLAY HOUR 1   CLICK TO DOWNLOAD OR PLAY HOUR 2   Today’s discussions: A review with audio clips of the 9th Anniversary BASH and the…

Lantigua Weighs in on D’Agostino in Methuen, Tries to Sink His Chances for Solicitor Job

Lantigua Weighs in on D’Agostino in Methuen, Tries to Sink His Chances for Solicitor Job

By: Tom Duggan – March 29, 2013 Lawrence Mayor Willie Lantigua has written a scathing letter to members of the Methuen City Councilor in an effort to sink Attorney Richard…

Methuen Councilor Calls for Police Investigation of McQuillan’s Interference in Hiring Process

Methuen Councilor Calls for Police Investigation of McQuillan’s Interference in Hiring Process

ANOTHER… VALLEY PATRIOT EXCLUSIVE! By: Tom Duggan – March 29, 2013 Less than a day after the Valley Patriot broke a story about Methuen City Solicitor Peter McQuillan interfering with…

Candidate for Solicitor in Methuen Says Current Solicitor Sabotaging his Chances

Candidate for Solicitor in Methuen Says Current Solicitor Sabotaging his Chances

By: Tom Duggan – March 28, 2013 The search for a new city solicitor in Methuen has turned ugly as one of the two finalists to replace fired Attorney Peter…

Ward commits to St. Lawrence, keeps NHL dream alive

Ward commits to St. Lawrence, keeps NHL dream alive

By Mark Behan – March 28, 2013 Moments into his high school hockey debut, then-Haverhill High freshman Brian Ward wasted little time scoring his first goal.  The goal brought the…

Going Away on April Vacation? Book Your Pet Care Now

Going Away on April Vacation? Book Your Pet Care Now

  By: Tracey Zysk – March 2013 For the past five weeks, weekend after weekend we have had a snowstorm, flurries and even a record breaking blizzard. If you are…

Last month, Haverhill Mayor James J. Fiorentini announced the improvement project of the Tattersall Farm.

Last month, Haverhill Mayor James J. Fiorentini announced the improvement project of the Tattersall Farm.

  The Farm located at 542 North Broadway in Haverhill was owned and operated by the Tattersall Family when they purchased the property in 1898. In 1999, Alice Tattersall willed…

Methuen Native Brings Out the Best in Event Photography

Methuen Native Brings Out the Best in Event Photography

  Ron Mushow had a passion for photography for over 15 years, when his daughter was born it grew more and more and gave him a passion to capture those…

Hundreds Flock to Valley Patriot Bash, Newspaper Bestows Awards to Members of the Community

Hundreds Flock to Valley Patriot Bash, Newspaper Bestows Awards to Members of the Community

ALL PHOTOS (C) COPYRIGHT RON MUSHOW PHOTOGRAPHY & THE VALLEY PATRIOT   (PHOTO GALLERY)     More than 400 people tuned out Friday night to attend the Valley Patriot 9th…

Ethics Commission’s Alleges Conflict of Interestby Groveland Selectwoman Elizabeth Gorski

Ethics Commission’s Alleges Conflict of Interestby Groveland Selectwoman Elizabeth Gorski

Allegedly used her position to try to get her police officer son restored to active duty The State Ethics Commission’s Enforcement Division issued an Order to Show Cause, alleging that…

Fat Letters Do Nothing to Fight Obesity

Fat Letters Do Nothing to Fight Obesity

By: Tracy Watson, North Andover Selectman,  - March 2013 This recent week has brought much media attention to my family. This attention has come due to the fact that my…

Lowell Gets $365K Grant for English Language Learners

LOWELL — As part of Gov. Deval Patrick’s Gateway Cities Education Agenda, the Lowell Public Schools were awarded $365,000 in grant funding last week that will directly benefit students. Lowell…