Monthly Archives: April 2010

Baker Wins the Nomination

Republican Charlie Baker won big at the Republican Convention this past weekend, securing the Republican nomination for Governor and knocking Christy Mihos off the ballot. Baker did engage with Tim Cahill over the course of the convention, accusing Cahill of … Continue reading

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Governors Race Stays Tight

Governor Deval Patrick stayed on top of the latest survey in the Massachusetts Governor’s race, leading his opponents narrowly. Governor Patrick has consistently been ahead of both Tim Cahill and Charlie Baker, and the latest survey, by Western New England … Continue reading

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Goldman Sachs Charged

Goldman Sachs was charged with securities fraud by the S.E.C. on Friday in a case that is likely going to be a central focus of the ongoing debate about financial regulation. Despite the complexity of some of the financial instruments … Continue reading

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The President on Financial Reform

The President used his weekly talk to highlight proposed financial reforms, taking aim at Mitch McConnell and the Republicans for not only opposing reform but for painting that opposition as opposition to “bank bailouts”. I think that this issue is … Continue reading

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Nathan Gioacchini Wins April S.O.A.R. Award

Congratulations to Nathan Gioacchini for winning the S.O.A.R. award in April. He is an outstanding young man with a great future. It is an honor for the physical education department to nominate Nathan Gioacchini as this year’s S.O.A.R. Award recipient. … Continue reading

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Mayor's Corner Featuring Merrimack Valley Food Bank

I have posted on my You Tube channel the latest Mayor’s Corner featuring Amy Pessia, the Executive Director of the Merrimack Valley Food Bank. This is part one of four parts.

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Charlotte Blood Honored

I joined with the Methuen City Council to honor Charlotte Blood, who has made a financial contribution to bring a new scoreboard to our fieldhouse. Charlotte and her family have run the Bruce Blood Memorial Basketball Tournament for 29 years, … Continue reading

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