Lawrence Partnership Seeks Executive Director

Job Description:

Full-Time Executive Director for The Lawrence Partnership (with some evening and weekend commitments)


The Lawrence Partnership is a new private-public sector collaboration focused on economic development and the quality of life in the City of Lawrence, Massachusetts.

Mayor, state secretary tour Lawrence park projects

Posted: Friday, December 12, 2014 12:13 am

Courtesy photo, Sam CarsonEEA Secretary Bartlett and Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera tour the Spicket River Greenway

Lawrence Partnership hosts launch party

Group shares plans for regional public safety building, revitalized storefronts

Posted: Saturday, November 22, 2014 12:30 am

By Lauren DiTullio

PAUL BILODEAU/Staff photo. Partners of the Lawrence Partnership are called as they are recognized for being a part of the new partnership during the newly formed Lawrence Partnership launch party held at the Everett Mills Event Space in Lawrence on Friday.

Students visit to Lawrence farmers market yields lessons

Posted: Thursday, October 9, 2014 12:30 am

By Lauren DiTullio

PAUL BILODEAU/Staff photo. Lawrence Mayor Daniel Rivera talks as state and local officials tour Lawrence's farmers market on Campagnone Common Yesterday.

Clean sweep along the Spicket River

Posted: Sunday, September 14, 2014 12:09 am

By Lauren DiTullio

RYAN HUTTON/ Staff photo -- Jaedee Rodriguez, 15, in rear, Melheny Munoz, 15, in blue, and Christian Rios, 15, at left, all of Lawrence, clean brush from the The Spicket River Greenway during the 13th Annual Spicket River Cleanup hosted by Groundwork Lawrence

Greetings from Yellowstone

Posted: Friday, September 12, 2014 1:25 am

By Terry Date

COURTESY PHOTO Jerver Abrego poses at the volcanic hot springs in Yellowstone. The 24-year-old program coordinator for Groundwork Lawrence cleared trails and painted picnic tables at the national park. He will use what he learned on the trip to lead a cleanup of the Spicket River Saturday.

'Created Equal' forum to be held at Everett Mill

By Terry Date

LAWRENCE — Created equal: the topic endures.

Expressed in our Declaration of Independence, resonating through the abolition of slavery in the 19th century and civil rights battles of the 20th century, it echoes to the present.

It will be a springboard for conversation at a film-and-talk session on Sept. 11, presented by Mass Humanities and the Lawrence History Center.

"Created Equal: Conversations on the American Social Contract" comes to the Everett Mill, sixth floor, from 6-10 p.m.

Gateway goes green

Posted: Saturday, July 26, 2014 4:05 pm | Updated: 12:53 pm, Fri Aug 29, 2014.

By Keith Eddings

RYAN HUTTON/ Staff photo

LAWRENCE – It began as a dense, churning beehive of mills that employed thousands and produced paper, plastics, clothing and more for longer than a century, then declined into a crumbling, contaminated relic of the city's – and the nation's – faded industrial might.

Without Market Basket, less fresh food in Lawrence

Posted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014 7:11 pm | Updated: 1:34 pm, Wed Aug 27, 2014.

By Lauren DiTullio

MARY SCHWALM/Staff photo An empty case normallu stocked full of chicken is empty at Market Basket on Essex Street in Lawrence.

Forgotten railbed would be remade for bikers and hikers

Posted: Monday, July 21, 2014 12:05 am

By Keith Eddings

CARL RUSSO/Staff photo

LAWRENCE — Under the weeds and litter and the rusted rail that runs from the Merrimack River to the Methuen line, Mayor Daniel Rivera sees an engine of growth like the one that brought people and goods to the city along the rail line for 145 years.

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