SEPTEMBER 2008 Edition >>>Health & Fitness Section
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Eagle Tribune Cuts 52 Jobs
Tom Duggan

Methuen's Joe Bella

by Staff Sgt. James Moore USAF

Every Day is 9-12

A Rational American Energy Policy
Rich Baker

Managing pain with medications ... Part I
Dr. Rami Rustum

North Andover

What could have been done to prevent
North Andover’s Education failures?
Mary Ann Walters

North Andover Events


All Things Sicilian brings a touch of Sicily
to the rest of the world!

Tom Duggan

Lawrence, UMASS Lowell partner
for 2.7 mil worker safety program

WCAP Radio to broadcast from Lawrence

Tom Duggan's Notebook
Tom Duggan

School Transportation yes or no?
Peter Larocque

Valley Early Reading Programs receive more than
$6.7 million in federal funds

Extended Learning: An investment in
helping all students reach the finish line

Wilfredo Laboy


Tsongas introduces two bills to improve
the quality of Veterans’ health care
Niki Tsongas

A tale of two venues in Lowell
Richard Howe, Jr.


Random Thoughts
Ronnie Ford


Jim Fiorentini's Notebook
Mayor Fiorentini

Little Sprouts build second center in Haverhill



Laboy Disputes Chief Romero: Says Romero's own figures
show crime is down at Lawrence High Following Police Chief
John Romero’s issuing of the School Resource Officer (SRO) report
detailing an increase in arrests in the District, Superintendent Wilfredo
T. Laboy has issued a statement disputing the data in the report:

Ansin: Monarch on the Merrimack ready to fly again!
Tom Duggan ...After a bogus Eagle~Tribune story was published last
October claiming that asbestos was found inside the Wood Mill, Monarch
on the Merrimack development project, Bob Ansin lost a $40 million investment
shutting the project down and fueling speculation that Monarch was dead.
But today, Ansin told the Valley Patriot in an EXCLUSIVE interview that his
Monarch on the Merrimack project has found funding and is "moving
forward" with construction on the bulk of the project slated to begin by November.

Struggling Eagle~Tribune raises price of Daily and
Sunday Papers
Last week the Eagle Tribune laid off 52 people
as the troubled Alabama based newspaper struggles to survive,
today they anounced that the price of the daily paper is increasing
from $.50 to $.75 and the Sunday paper is increasing from $2.00 to $2.50.

ON a related note, The Valley Patriot ... STILL FREE!

Innovation Valley

Hot renewable energy marker brewing in The Valley
The Innovation Valley Guys


World-wide golf aide Swing-rite made in Boxford
Puppygirl gets serious about Golf!

Tom Duggan


Two Valley Patriots team up to help Veterans
Susan Piazza will return next month

Remembering September 11th
John Lenotte

Kids & Education

Raise Em Right
Barbara Peary

Stay at Home Dads
Pete Baylies


Remembering George Carlin
Mark Palermo

Pondering with Paul
Paul Murano

Can America survive Barak Obama
Thinking Outside the Box
Dr. Chuck Ormsby

Your Pets

Ask Dog Lady with Moinica Collins

Fun things to do with your four legged friends
Puppy Girl Kate Whitney


Tom Connors

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