The Council continues making cuts with hopes of providing a fiscal year 2019 budget by the end of the week.
A formal proposal is expected to be sent to the state next week for immediate legislative review once the Council decides how much to ask for and how much oversight they want.
The numbers are far less than the $500,000 salaries discussed, but still more than many residents and officials are comfortable with.
DiZoglio stopped off at our studio before heading off to get married, just long enough to talk about the current state affairs in Methuen.
New race and scholarship fund being launched to honor the 19-year-old killed seven months ago.
The MCTV staple’s finale included 11 candidates discussing how to address the opioid epidemic locally.
Loop Weekly is proud to announce it has been recognized as a Small Business Award winner by the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Launch Trampoline Park has added new attractions and a new layout as part of its management reorganization.
Summer flicks in the Park, Trivia Night, An MSPCA Fundraiser and Free Summer Meal Programs
The school held a practice 5k run to get ready for the June 9 statewide program run in Hopkinton.
A look inside a growing event at Methuen High School all about celebrating the athleticism of special needs students.
State House candidate Tram Nguyen inspired the graduates as they head off to high school.
Methuen City Councilor Steve Saba joined the show to talk about the current financial state of affairs in the city as well as the state bailout loan being discussed to help Methuen recover.
The June 28 edition of “Looped In Live presented by Methuen Family Health Center” once again revolved heavily around the current budget mess in Methuen. Joining Loop Weekly editor Tim Wood this week is residents and political pundits Sid Harris and Charlie Lyons.
The latest edition of the Methuen current affairs show features two of the area's independent publishers discussing the state of politics in Methuen and the region.
On the Season 1 finale, Tim Wood, Bill Bryant and Curran discuss the year that was in MHS athletics.
The former Mayor makes his first public comments about his role in the police union contracts and how he sees the current budget mess getting worked out.