Lantigua Pays Fines for Campaign Finance Violations

Lantigua Pays Fines for Campaign Finance Violations

By: Tom Duggan – January 30, 2013 (6PM) Lawrence Mayor William Lantigua has paid his debt to the Massachusetts Office of Campaign Finance (OCPF) to the tune of $5,000.  Lantigua made the payment Wednesday January 30, 2013 after cashing out $5,000 from a personal Ameriprise investment account, transferring the money to his personal checking account, […]

Lynch to Announce Candidacy for Senate

  Our Valley Patriot source at the Stephen Lynch campaign says that Congressman’s Stephen Lynch will announce for US Senate, Thursday, January 31st, 3:30PM at Iron Workers Local Union #7,195 Old Colony Avenue, South Boston, MA 02127  Lynch will be announcing his candidacy for United States Senate in the upcoming special election to replace John Kerry. […]

Getting Answers is like Pulling Teeth – Steve Grossman Back Peddles on Public Records Law

Getting Answers is like Pulling Teeth – Steve Grossman Back Peddles on Public Records Law

  By: Tom Duggan – January 29, 2013 Three years ago when Steve Grossman was just a candidate for Massachusetts State Treasurer he was a real person. When asked questions about simple concepts like “shouldn’t all laws carry a penalty for violating them?” he was eager to openly discuss his thoughts on the way government […]

MassDEP Fines Methuen Woman $42,975 for Numerous Environmental Violations at Springfield Rental Property

 BOSTON – The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) has issued a $42,975 penalty to Ms. Rubia Avila of Methuen for violating environmental regulations at her two-family residential rental property, located at 34-36 Cliftwood Street in Springfield. On August 26, 2012, MassDEP responded to Ms. Avila’s property in conjunction with Springfield public safety officials, to […]

Lawrence Registry will Come Down this Month

  The Registry of Deeds Building in Lawrence—now owned by the Northern Essex Community College Foundation— will be demolished later this month, making room for green space connecting two of the college’s downtown Lawrence buildings. When completed, the 41,500 sq. ft. site will provide a walkway between the college’s Dr. Ibrahim El Hefni Allied Health […]

From the VAURA Patriot – Alex Talcott’s Political Notebook

* Go to hell or off fiscal cliff?: ABC News reporter Sunlen Miller, who has the U.S. Senate beat, noted on New Year’s Eve the debate-opening prayer of Senate Chaplain Barry Black: “Lift them from the darkness of hopelessness.” Amen. But aw heck—a public records search shows that in addition to cushy federal benefits, we […]

Dealing with Irritable Bowel Syndrome

  By: Dr. Jin Sung – January 2013 Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common condition that many people struggle with. Statistics show that one in ten Americans display the symptoms of IBS, accounting for more than 2 million prescriptions and 35,000 hospitalizations each year. It is also the second highest cause of work absenteeism […]

LIVE THE WOW! Do Everything You Can to Protect Your FREEDOM this New Year! Loss of Even a Small Bit of It Can Shatter Any Dreams You May Have. Follow the Example of People Living the WOW! and Protect Your Freedom with a Vengeance!

By: Tom Connors – January 2013 Forget all those New Year Resolutions. It’s the same thing every year. You are going to lose weight. You are going to eat healthy from now on. You are going to go back to school and learn new things. None of it ever happens. The bottom-line is this. You […]

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