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Groveland Officer on Leave After Allegedly Sleeping on Job

A Groveland reserve police officer was placed on administrative leave after allegedly falling asleep in his cruiser Thursday. Deputy Chief Jeffrey Gillen reported Friday the department received a photograph and video of the officer who appeared to be asleep. The officer was not officially identified, but Gillen said the officer was hired about a year

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Hockey Teams Scoring Goals for Veterans Friday

Two teams face off in Haverhill at Veterans Memorial Rink in a hockey game to benefit “The Skate for 22 Foundation,” this Friday, March 31. This is the second year the Haverhill Public Safety Hockey team and the New England Eagles Veterans Hockey Club battle it out for two 30-minute periods of action at the


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Haverhill’s Cursed Son: Jonathan Buck

A mysterious leg is indelibly stained on the face of the monument to Colonel Jonathan Buck of Haverhill. (Photograph from historical postcard.) By David Goudsward Special to Wavelengths The image is well known – the image of a leg indelibly stained on the face of the monument to Colonel Jonathan Buck—a Haverhillite rejected by his

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Richard M. Johnson, 89, Inspector at Western Electric

Richard M. Johnson, 89, of Haverhill, passed away unexpectedly at his home March 24. He was the longtime companion of Theresa M. Nicholson. Born in Hampstead, N.H., July 15, 1927, he was the son of the late John M. and Bertha (Kaulback) Johnson. Johnson was educated in Hampstead before enlisting in the U.S. Navy. He

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Albert Plans to Retire from Home Health Foundation June 1

John G. Albert and Karen Gomes earlier this year celebrating the agency’s ranking in top 25 percent of Fazzi Associates 2016 National Patient Satisfaction survey. The head of Home Health Foundation plans to retire June 1. John G. Albert, president and CEO of Home Health Foundation, cited personal health reasons for his decision. He will

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Waterwise Vegetable Gardening

You can grow garden fresh produce while conserving water and limiting the time spent watering. Water gardens early in the morning to minimize water lost to evaporation. Always water thoroughly but less frequently to encourage deep more drought tolerant roots.  Use a soaker-hose or drip irrigation to slowly place the water directly on the soil

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Why We Just Know Things

Srinivasa Ramanujan. In 1913, Srinivasa Ramanujan a 25-year-old Indian accounting clerk and self-taught mathematician wrote a letter to the leading British mathematician of his time Godfrey Harold Hardy. In it, he asked Hardy’s opinion regarding equations and ideas he had about numbers. This letter led to Ramanujan coming to Cambridge University in England in 1914

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Christopher Golden is the New York Times bestselling author of such novels as Snowblind, Tin Men, The Myth Hunters, Wildwood Road, The Boys Are Back in Town, The Ferryman, Strangewood, and Of Saints and Shadows. He has also written books for teens and young adults, including Poison Ink, Soulless, and the thriller series Body of


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Why Should We Subsidize Higher Pay for Insurance CEOs?

House Speaker Paul Ryan. We’re hearing a lot these days about House Speaker Paul Ryan’s 123-page legislative plan for Trumpcare, the GOP’s so-called “replacement” for Obamacare. In fact, we now learn that it’s actually a displacement plan—24 million Americans who are now insured would no longer get coverage, the premiums paid by senior citizens would