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Ten Tips to Prevent Lyme Disease

Ten Tips to Prevent Lyme Disease

By: Dr. Jin Sung – March 2013 Chronic Lyme disease patients may face a long hard fight to wellness. People with chronic Lyme can have many debilitating symptoms, including severe…

Ethics Commission Finds in Favor of Former Worcester County Sheriff Guy W. Glodis

Ethics Commission Finds in Favor of Former Worcester County Sheriff Guy W. Glodis

Enforcement Division failed to prove allegations that Glodis improperly used his position as Sheriff to provide a benefit to his friend and campaign contributor The Massachusetts State Ethics Commission today…

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…

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…

Ye Gay Ol’ Valley – The Stench of Hate

Ye Gay Ol’ Valley – The Stench of Hate

  By: Dani Langevin – Valley Patriot Lesbian Columnist March 2013 I was angered the other morning, while eating my breakfast and watching the early morning news, to hear about…

Lyons Calls for Reform at Department of Public Health

Lyons Calls for Reform at Department of Public Health

BOSTON – This Department of Public Health is in desperate need of top-to-bottom reform,” said Rep. Jim Lyons. “The DPH acts like bureaucratic bullies, when it deals with families and…

Crime Soared with new Massachusetts Gun Law

Crime Soared with new Massachusetts Gun Law

By: Jeff Jacoby, Globe Columnist In 1998, Massachusetts passed what was hailed as the toughest gun-control legislation in the country. Among other stringencies, it banned semiautomatic “assault” weapons, imposed strict…

The Abuse of Restraining Orders to Gain an Advantage in Child Custody Proceedings

The Abuse of Restraining Orders to Gain an Advantage in Child Custody Proceedings

By Attorney Christine Sullivan The husband and wife both love their children and spend as much time with their children as possible. There has never been any physical or mental…

Heal Lawrence Networks to Help Fire Victims Pt. 1

Heal Lawrence Networks to Help Fire Victims Pt. 1

By: Tom Duggan The Great City of Lawrence may no longer be the arson capital of the world but the family devastation left behind by weekly house and apartment fires…

The Democrat War on Our Nation’s Youth

Professing Undying Love While Stabbing Them in the Back By: Dr. Charles OrmsbyWa A favorite trick of pickpockets is to create a distraction while reaching into your pockets and relieving…

Parties Unify on Public Records in Massachusetts!

Parties Unify on Public Records in Massachusetts!

By: Tom Duggan While the Democrat leadership on Beacon Hill has blocked any attempt by Republican Legislators to change the Massachusetts Public Records Law (M.G.L. Ch. 66), a revolt among…