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Call Down the Moon – A BOOK REVIEW by Susan Piazza

Call Down the Moon – A BOOK REVIEW by Susan Piazza

By Suzanne Piazza  – June 2015 “Call Down the Moon” Soulmate Series Book 1 by Mary Gillgannon Published by: The Wild Rose Press 2014 through their First Faery Rose Edition…

Valley Patriot of the Month – HEROES IN OUR MIDST – Lawrence Cogswell, PART 2

Valley Patriot of the Month – HEROES IN OUR MIDST – Lawrence Cogswell, PART 2

  By: Sidney Smith- June, 2015 READ PART I HERE A young kid of 19 years old, like so many of the young guys my mother and I had met,…

State Deems Two Haverhill Nursing Homes ‘Deficiency Free’ Once Again

State Deems Two Haverhill Nursing Homes ‘Deficiency Free’ Once Again

By: Tim Coco – June 23, 2105 Two Haverhill nursing homes, Lakeview House Skilled Nursing and Residential Care Facility and Baker-Katz Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, received the federal government’s…

How to Reverse Federal Testing Potlatch, Improve the Education of Low-Income Students

How to Reverse Federal Testing Potlatch, Improve the Education of Low-Income Students

By: Sandra Stotsky – April, 2015 The past 50 years have witnessed the strange evolution of the chief instrument of the federal government for improving the education of low-income children—the…

Methuen Stadium Funding Saga Ends, New Beginning for Students

Methuen Stadium Funding Saga Ends, New Beginning for Students

By: Jessica Finocchiaro – March, 2015 The Methuen Stadium Renovation Saga began in 1986, and seems to have ended this week, though many can hardly believe it. After a sudden…

Nicholson Stadium, the Heart of the City of Methuen

Nicholson Stadium, the Heart  of the City of Methuen

By: Melissa Fluet – March 2015 Nicholson Stadium was built in 1938, dedicated in the name of Arthur Nicholson in 1948 and is at the heart of the City of…

WE DID IT! Methuen Ranger’s Nicholson Stadium Makeover Approved

WE DID IT! Methuen Ranger’s Nicholson Stadium Makeover Approved

By: Jennifer Jones – March 2, 2015 Monday March 2, 2015, just after 7 P.M. cheers erupted from city hall and the gymnasium of the Timony Grammar School in Methuen,…

DeCologero Runs for Selectman in North Andover

DeCologero Runs for Selectman in North Andover

On March 31st, voters will cast their ballots to fill two seats on the North Andover Board of Selectmen, including one being vacated by Bill Gordon, who has very capably…

Valley Patriot Columnist Inspires Ferguson City Council Candidiate

Valley Patriot Columnist Inspires  Ferguson City Council Candidiate

The Valley Patriot received this letter from Ferguson Mo. To: Ms. Christine Morabito, The Valley Patriot  Thank-you for writing about what you saw in Ferguson. So few people have heard…

Steps to Prevent Pests and Rodents from Invading Your Home

Steps to Prevent Pests and Rodents from Invading Your Home

By: Th Pest End Girls No one likes to find pests or rodents finding their way into their beautiful homes. It can make you feel uneasy even in the haven…

Heroes Honored

Heroes Honored

By: Jen Jones – December, 2014 The Methuen Exchange Club hosted their 20th Annual Awards Night on November 18th at the Merrimack Valley Golf Club. This is a special event…

7 Warning Signs That an Older Relative Could Use More Support

7 Warning Signs That an Older Relative Could Use More Support

By: Greg Batchelder, December, 2014 I have found over my many years of working in the senior living industry that holiday visits are often a wake-up call for adult children…

After Defeat, Lantigua Plans Beacon Hill Agenda (Satire)

After Defeat, Lantigua Plans Beacon Hill Agenda (Satire)

By: DJ Beauregard, Satirist November, 2014 In the days following this year’s elections, former Lawrence Mayor Willie Lantigua has been preparing to take the oath of office as Lawrence’s new…

Backyard Chickens … in Lawrence!

Backyard Chickens … in Lawrence!

By: Susan Wilson Laplante – November, 2014 Yes it’s true, backyard chickens are allowed in Lawrence. The growing rage in urban areas to keep a small flock of chickens in…

Is the 2014 Gubernatorial Contest a Bellwether for 2016?

Is the 2014 Gubernatorial Contest  a Bellwether for 2016?

By: David “D.J.” Beauregard – October, 2014 At first glance, most political observers would neglect to see any similarities between this year’s race for Governor of Massachusetts and the upcoming…

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