- Letter: Messner gives N.H. Republicans a passionate candidate to run against Shaheen
- Letter: Conversations about race and police are complicated
- Letter: Developing world needs help fighting COVID-19
- Letter: Messner can stop the spending, make tough decisions
- Letter: Eckert advocates for women
- Letter: Statues of those who betrayed country should come down
- Letter: Coverage of Methuen forum should’ve given voice to current students
- Letter: Follow sensible guidelines as we learn to live with COVID-19
- Letter: City’s trash left to accumulate
- Letter: Hospital TV an opportunity to spread the word
- Letter: Destroying statues does not change our past
- Letter: What did the president know about soldiers’ deaths?
- Letter: Don’t abandon our police
- Letter: Police should voluntarily give back outrageous salaries
- Letter: Sad state of affairs for former football player and his family
- Letter: Help our own economy by helping others
- Letter: Trump returned to 2016 script during Tulsa trip
- Letter: Eckert will fight for justice in the Legislature
- Letter: Communities should consider laser lights as a fireworks alternative
- Letter: Volunteers ‘Make Their Mark’ on Council of Aging
- Letter: State reps should keep their focus close to home
- Letter: Eckert has doubled down on serving her community
- Letter: Are we better than racism?
- Letter: Eckert an example of leadership in action
- Letter: Family could’ve used paid leave as loved one was dying
- Letter: Why do police get raises when others take a cut?
- Letter: It’s time to talk about our natural tribalism
- Letter: China should pay reparations for pandemic
- Letter: The hostile takeover of free speech
- Letter: Proposed police contract is absurd
- Letter: Representation in Congress at stake in the census
- Letter: Reform police departments, fix a broken system
- Letter: We can’t afford to defund the police
- Letter: A welcome call from the Senior Center
- Letter: Stevens has ‘trifecta of experience’ needed for Executive Council
- Letter: Support organization that supports people and animals
- Letter: Confront biases baked into our government, society
- Letter: A few exceptions don’t change my opinion of police
- Letter: Disabled adults miss out on economic stimulus payments
- Letter: Communities need concrete action to combat racism
- Support plan to reduce global poverty
- Letter: Violence only lengthens process of social change
- Letter: ‘Gone With the Wind’ needs no disclaimer
- Letter: Encourage state to shore up critical safety-net program
- Letter: Setting the record straight on protest provocateurs
- Letter: Country needs time to recover from Trump presidency
- Letter: Police unions should more aggressively root out bad actors
- Letter: Anti-police hysteria could have unintended consequences
- Letter: Court’s ruling on term limits binds us 25 years later
- Letter: Consider plight of workers in Southwick closing
In 1965, Dr. Jack Geiger and Dr. Count Gibson started the country’s first community health centers, one in Mound Bayou, Mississippi, and one in Boston. They were the result of a dream to bring primary care into communities with no medical access or facilities.
The murder of George Floyd, a black man, handcuffed, on the ground, and in custody, at the hands of Derek Chauvin, a white Minneapolis police officer, was reprehensible and senselessly tragic.
This past week more than 500 of our neighbors lined the streets around Shawsheen Square in Andover, respectfully and peacefully protesting the unequal treatment of African Americans and the unfinished business of purging from our midst the racism that continues to plague our society.
Around the world and around the country, “Post-COVID-19” re-openings are in the news. What does this mean for reopening Haverhill Public Schools and other nearby districts where plans and budgets are now being developed for the summer and for the 2020-21 school year?
This Week's Circulars
North Andover - Mr. John J. Stanin, 93, of North Andover passed away at home on June 28, 2020. Son of the late Robert and Mary (Stanin) Stewart, he was born on January 14, 1927, in Lawrence and had been an area resident all his life. Mr. Stanin was educated in the Lawrence and North Andover …