MBTA = Must Build Thousands of Apartments

MBTA = Must Build Thousands of Apartments

By: Philippe Thibault 10-23 All communities serviced by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) and those communities adjacent to this public transit provider will be required to create zoning supporting the production of housing. A total of one hundred and seventy-seven communities in eastern Massachusetts are required to comply. Boston is exempt from the regulation. […]

“Tulsa King” ~ TV TALK with BILL CUSHING

“Tulsa King” ~ TV TALK with BILL CUSHING

By: Bill Cushing (10-23) Yellowstone’ creator Taylor Sheridan has a whole slew of shows on TV these days. 3 different ‘Yellowstone’ series along with Jeremy Renner’s ‘Mayor of Kingstown,’ ‘Special Ops: Lioness,’ and ‘Lawman: Bass Reeves.’ But the one I’m recommending this month was released back in November 2022 and stars Sylvester Stallone in his […]

KANE’S KORNER ~ Michael Petterson, New England Mindfulness & Performance LLC, A Veteran-Owned Business

KANE’S KORNER ~ Michael Petterson, New England Mindfulness & Performance LLC, A Veteran-Owned Business

10-23 Kane has the jitters and is having trouble concentrating because he can’t decide what he should do on his “to do list.” His energy increases in the fall due to the cooler weather. He has been worrying about which of the things on his schedule he should tackle first. This inability to concentrate resulted […]

Melvin Antonio Perez Medina of Lawrence Pleads Guilty in Fentanyl Trafficking Conspiracy

Melvin Antonio Perez Medina of Lawrence Pleads Guilty in Fentanyl Trafficking Conspiracy

BOSTON – A Lawrence man pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court in Boston to his role in a fentanyl trafficking conspiracy. Melvin Antonio Perez Medina, 33, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute 400 grams or more of fentanyl and 100 grams or more of a […]

Darwyn Joseph, (26) of Lawrence, Sentenced for Disaster Fund Fraud Scheme

Darwyn Joseph, (26) of Lawrence, Sentenced for Disaster Fund Fraud Scheme

BOSTON – A Lawrence man was sentenced today in federal court in Boston for using stolen identities to fraudulently obtain over $450,000 in Economic Injury Disaster Loan funds from the Small Business Administration (SBA) and to launder the funds. Darwyn Joseph, 26, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Richard G. Stearns to two years […]

Floods Assistance in Lawrence for Businesses and Landlords

Floods Assistance in Lawrence for Businesses and Landlords

LAWRENCE – This is to notify businesses and landlords that they have the opportunity to receive assistance from the small business administration due to the floods on August 8th, 2023. Mima will be having a resource week at the Center located at 155 Haverhill St. for business owners and landlords to speak with a representative of the […]

Wood Drops Out of Haverhill Mayor’s Race

Wood Drops Out of Haverhill Mayor’s Race

9-18-23 Haverhill School Committeeman Scott Wood has called an end to his campaign for mayor today saying that staying in the race at this point will only “escalate the negativity, divisive rhetoric, and false allegations that have marred our campaign.” Here is Wood’s Full Statement: After a hard-fought campaign filled with challenges and divisive tactics, […]

Who’s Stalling Public Records Release in Dracut? ~ EYE ON DRACUT!

Who’s Stalling Public Records Release in Dracut? ~ EYE ON DRACUT!

By Brian Genest Valley Patriot DRACUT COLUMNIST The clock is ticking and the legal bills are piling up at Dracut Town Hall over a request for public records about Tony Archinski. In addition to already being a far-too-expensive and far-too-lengthy process, it’s also incredibly suspicious, based on the circumstances. If justice delayed is justice denied, […]

Lawrence High School Alum Guy Curtis, VALLEY PATRIOT OF THE MONTH ~ HERO IN OUR MIDST

Lawrence High School Alum Guy Curtis, VALLEY PATRIOT OF THE MONTH ~ HERO IN OUR MIDST

By John Cuddy LAWRENCE – Lawrence High School Alum Guy Curtis, Class of 1967, like many incoming Freshmen, wanted to play football for Lawrence High School. His family doctor would not approve him playing high school sports. Five years later, in 1968, the US Air Force cleared him medically for military service in Southeast Asia. […]

Lawrence Council President Gets Opponent Knocked Off The Ballot

Lawrence Council President Gets Opponent Knocked Off The Ballot

Germinudy Rosario’s Nomination Papers Were Not Notarized, Contained Forgeries   Lawrence – In a hearing before the Lawrence Board of Registrars today, City Council President and candidate for re-election in District F, Marc Laplante, prevailed in his challenge of Germinudy Rosario campaign’s nomination papers. The Board of Registrars determined that the Rosario campaign failed to […]

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