- Letter: Look to others' success in alternative energy
- Letter: Turn back GOP attempts to rig elections
- Letter: Vaccine supply made all the difference in long-term care facilities
- Letter: What are your ideas to build a 'stronger Salem'?
- Letter: Time to speak up about lack of education funding in N.H. state budget
- Letter: Submarine sinking recalls USS Thresher tragedy
- Letter: Many hands help care for a town treasure
- Letter: Messy highways are a disgrace to Mass. taxpayers
- Letter: Put democracy back into citizens’ hands
- Letter: Congress must act to limit protections for corporations
- Letter: Calling out the misinformed, on the right and left, about COVID-19
- Letter: Lawmakers must stop utilities from destroying ecosystems
- Letter: Low engagement cancels candidates night
- Letter: Corporations should force lawmakers to scuttle new voting rules
- Letter: Ongoing virus threat complicates planning for U.S. military
- Letter: Health care supply networks show their strength in vaccine rollout
- Letter: Mass. should take lead amid climate crisis
- Letter: Salem proves in-school learning was possible during pandemic
- Letter: GOP is 'party of no,' even if supporters won't accept it
- Letter: Pursue energy and profits cleanly and fairly
- Letter: Town should hold off on dumping charging stations
- Letter: Act would assess an increasing fee on dirty energy sources
- Letter: Roll up your sleeve, despite your political persuasion
- Letter: Grateful for supporters and voters in North Andover election
- Letter: Votes Act would ensure ballot access for all citizens
- Letter: Lowering standards isn't solution to vocational school problem
- Letter: Seniors not well represented during vaccine rollout
- Letter: Federal government should not meddle in states' voting laws
- Letter: 'We the people' need commonsense change
- Letter: Ransomware attacks are everyone's problem
- Letter: Advantage plans an important safety net for seniors
- Letter: Committee's oversight of police standards a disaster in the making
- Letter: Feedback is essential to Royal Crest project
- Letter: Biden's spending bills push progressive agenda
- Letter: Cheer for your favorite players, but don't whine when they leave
- Letter: New York's 'vaccination pass' expires after 90 days
- Letter: Ready to advocate for North Andover
- Letter: Walensky's sound bite raises more questions than it answers
- Letter: Plan will lead to cleaner, safer transportation system
- Letter: Message resonated with people across North Andover
- Letter: Biden administration not delivering on its promise
- Letter: All of us should be 'messengers'
- Letter: Giving MCAS tests is an illogical waste of time
- Letter: No one likes to live in trash
- Letter: Brown is a problem solver and communicator
- Letter: Phillips is a compassionate leader dedicated to North Andover
- Letter: Lawmakers should protect Medicare Advantage health plan
- Letter: Phillips a master at making connections, supporting neighbors
- Letter: Brown will work tirelessly to improve North Andover's schools
- Letter: Some are too valuable to stay behind the scenes
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This Week's Circulars
Haverhill - Harriet (Ely) Buchikos, 86, died peacefully Tuesday evening, April 11, at her residence of 65 years in Haverhill, Mass. She was born in Plaistow, N.H., on November 22, 1934, and was the daughter of the late Raymond and Hazel (Riley) Ely. She was educated in the Plaistow school sy…