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A Leader in the Corner Office – Jeff Katz

A Leader in the Corner Office – Jeff Katz

By: Jeff Katz – February, 2014 Somehow, some way we made it through a massive blizzard without once seeing Andrea Cabral or her waving fan. I don’t how we did…

Our Toxic Relationship with Wind Power

Our Toxic Relationship with Wind Power

By: Christine Morabito – February, 2015 If clean, safe and efficient energy is to be our standard, then why use wind power at all? When we examine the entire process,…

Podcast of Paying Attention (2-7-15) – Media Lies About Catholics, Bobby “The Brawler” and MORE

Podcast of Paying Attention (2-7-15) – Media Lies About Catholics, Bobby “The Brawler” and MORE

DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 1 DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 2 Tom and Paul started the show off talking about the”Christian Right” as described by the news media given…

VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL – Mayor Fiorentini Must Act Now on Police Station Mold (2-15)

VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL – Mayor Fiorentini Must Act Now on Police Station Mold (2-15)

It seems hard to believe. Since before the Haverhill Police Station was even occupied, concerns were raised about mold and mildew due to substandard construction work. That was in 1999.…

Podcast of Paying Attention w. Tom Duggan (1-31-15) Guests: Tim Imholt, Bob Christakos, and Phil Decologero

Podcast of Paying Attention w. Tom Duggan (1-31-15) Guests: Tim Imholt, Bob Christakos, and Phil Decologero

  DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 1 DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 2 Tom and Paul started the show off with a call from former State Rep. Candidate Phil DeCologero  who…

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…

American Legion Notes for the New Year

American Legion Notes  for the New Year

Hard to believe another year has come and gone. Time again for our New Year’s resolutions. Hopefully I can stick with most of them! Some are the usual ones: lose…

New Year Puppy

New Year Puppy

By: Tracey Zysk – January, 2105 How many of you found an adorable cute little puppy under your tree this holiday season? If you did or are planning on adopting…

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…

God Bless the NYPD

God Bless the NYPD

By: John MacDonald – January, 2015 Sometimes words just can’t describe the level of disgust a person can feel, but I will try. Two of New York City’s finest police…

Helping Granite Staters Get to the Bottom of Downshifting

Helping Granite Staters Get to the Bottom of Downshifting

By: DJ Bettencourt – January, 2015 As Governor Maggie Hassan and the Republican-controlled legislature begins crafting the 2015-2016 state budgets, Granite Staters can be certain that both sides will allege…

Personal Debt: Going-Along to Get-Along Gone Wrong?

Personal Debt: Going-Along to Get-Along Gone Wrong?

By: Alex Talcott – January, 2015 Get your house in order. (Or, first, consider getting a house!) Get your U.S. and state representatives to get their houses in order. The…

Top Ten Nightlife Hotspots in Manchester NH

Top Ten Nightlife Hotspots  in Manchester NH

By: Justess Jacobson – January, 2015 I turned 21 in April, and of course, I went to every nightclub I could in Manchester even if I had no interest in…

The Do’s and Don’ts To Your New Year’s Resolutions ~It’s Never Too Late to Start

The Do’s and Don’ts To Your  New Year’s Resolutions ~It’s Never Too Late to Start

By: Cheryl Hajjar – January, 2015 Congratulations! You have decided to join the ambitious 45% of Americans who have vowed to stick to their New Years Resolutions. Kudos to you.…

The Change in Our Public Schools

The Change in Our  Public Schools

By: Dani Langevin – January, 2015 Changes have been made in public schools and parents need to be informed and become involved. Educators have been told that “time on learning”…