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The American Legion in the Year 2013

  By: John Lenotte – American Legion – January 2013 Here we are again, another year has passed. And for the short term, a fiscal crisis has been averted. At…

A New Year’s Climate Resolution: Let’s Address Global Warming in 2013

  By: Danielle Falzone – January 2013 In 2012 the impacts of global warming hit us and it hit us hard. Massachusetts began last year with some of the least…

The Case for Secession

By: John LaHoud – January 2013 NOTE: What follows is an intellectual exercise, designed to stimulate the thinking of my fellow freedom-loving citizens. Anyone wishing to participate may e-mail lahoudjp@gmail.com.…

Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain

  By: Tony Ferrao – December 2012 Ah, yes! That wonderful time of the year when we loosen the belt and get ready for some great eatin’! Unfortunately, the wonderful…

Gaining Energy and Losing Fat: The Story Behind Insulin and Sugar

  By: Dr. Jin Sung – December 2012 Everybody wants more energy and most of us want to shed unwanted fat. Today I want to share with you a metabolic…

Managing Chronic Diseases

By: Susan Poludniak – December 2012 In 2008, Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley, Inc. and Hebrew SeniorLife joined forces to be a leader in the dissemination of evidence based…

2nd Annual Timmy Trot 5k Race

2nd Annual Timmy Trot 5k Race

By: Connie Molinaro –  December, 2012 Saturday November 24th you could not have asked for a nicer morning! The air was crisp with fall air we all love in New…

Municipal Tax Rates and Surpluses

Municipal Tax Rates and Surpluses

By: Bill Manzi, III – December, 2012 Municipal budgeting, like most everything in government that relates to taxation, has become highly politicized. And like much that occurs in budgeting those…

Telling it Straight on Islam and the News Media

    By: Chris Maider – October, 2012 Web Extra Once again the religion of peace demonstrates it’s purpose of being. Once again the Lame Stream Media demonstrates it’s purpose…

Lawrence at a crossroad: The “four Rs” of public policy

Lawrence at a crossroad: The “four Rs” of public policy

  By: Joe D’Amore  October, 2012 With headlines announcing indictments of key public officials in Lawrence the city has reached an historic crossroad which will define its emergence or decline…

It’s Election Time Get out and Vote

It’s Election  Time Get out and Vote

  By: Peter Larocque – October, 2102 It’s finally here, next month November 6, 2012 we get to do our part as Americans and that is to go vote! All…

Warrior Dash

Warrior Dash

 By: Christine Prescott – October, 2012 The Warrior Dash is held annually throughout the world. It’s an intense 5k running event held on the most challenging rugged terrain. The race…

LIVE THE WOW!

LIVE THE WOW!

  Simply amazing isn’t it? There are actually people in, this, the greatest country on the face of the earth, going around promoting the idea that people who succeed in…

Witchcraft in Andover

Witchcraft in Andover

By: Anne Knowles The days are becoming crisp, colors are breathtaking and we know winter is coming. But, after reading more of the history of Andover, I found a really…

FROM THE FEDORA: The poll the media isn’t talking about

FROM THE FEDORA: The poll the media isn’t talking about

  By @DaTechGuyblog on twitter host of DaTechGuy on DaRadio Sat 10-noon. AM830 WCRN For most of September we were treated to the narrative of a surging Barack Obama, going into…