Monthly Archives: October 2009

Pancake Breakfast This Morning

We will be serving a full pancake breakfast this morning at the Methuen Senior Center, with the cooking being done by Chief Ken Bourassa. Come on down for some tasty breakfast.

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Art at the Library

The Art Institute of the Merrimack Valley held their annual “Art at the Library” show at the Nevins Library, and it was a huge success. Artists from throughout the Merrimack Valley participated, and the work on display was truly stunning. … Continue reading

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The President on the Economy

President Obama talks about the uptick in GDP, and some of the beneficial impacts of the Stimulus passed earlier this year. The jobs situation remains bleak, and the President candidly acknowledges that. But he accentuates the positive, and speaks to … Continue reading

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The Governor Spares Local Aid

Governor Deval Patrick unveiled his plan to close a $600 million dollar budget gap yesterday, sparing the main local aid accounts and imposing varied cuts against state spending, including the potential for 2000 state layoffs. The Governor was and is … Continue reading

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Korbani's Bakery Grand Re-Opening

Korbani’s Bakery, right across the street from the brand new CVS on Swan and Jackson, unveiled their new and expanded bakery this week. It is a great bakery, with more room now for all of their great products. Thanks to … Continue reading

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The President on Small Business

The President talks about the pain being felt by small business, and some of the steps taken by his Administration to help a segment of our economy that creates so many jobs. And yesterday’s New York Times had a story … Continue reading

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CVS Grand Opening

Yesterday was the Grand Opening of the CVS on Swan and Jackson, a project that is a linchpin of a multilayered economic development project that continues in that neighborhood. My thanks to Lou Minicucci and his development team, as well … Continue reading

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