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Northern Essex Celebrates Reopening of Main Classroom Building

Participating in the ribbon cutting were, from left to right, Jonathan Spurk, grandson of John Spurk; Rep. James Kelcourse; Steven Spurk, John Spurk’s brother; Michael Heffernan, secretary of the Executive Office for Administration and Finance; Sen. Kathleen O’Connor Ives; John Spurk, son of John Spurk; Jeffrey Linehan, chair of the college’s board of trustees; Carol

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Merrimack Valley Chamber Assembles ‘Opioid Crisis’ Panel Next Week

The Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce continues its healthcare series next week with a panel discussion on “The Opioid Crisis.” Speakers Jon Kelley, Trinity EMS; Phil Lahey, Merrimack Valley Prevention and Substance Abuse Project; and Carina Pappalardo, the Psychological Center, discuss what families, employees and businesses need to know to understand and tackle what the

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Henry M. Moylan, 94, WW II Veteran, Bell Laboratories Engineer

Henry M. Moylan, 94, passed away peacefully at High Pointe House, Haverhill, Sunday Sept. 17. He was the husband of the late Marie (Roselli) Moylan. Moylan was born Sept. 16, 1923, in Haverhill, son of the late Myles and Pauline (Chaput) Moylan. He was a longtime resident of Haverhill having attended Haverhill schools and graduating


At DiBurro Clubhouse Dedication, Hamel Tells of 1955 HHS Football Victory

Donald “Joe” Hamel brought the winning 1955 football to the new Trinity Stadium clubhouse dedication Friday night. Haverhill defeated Medford in that game 26-21. (WHAV News photograph.) When Ernie DiBurro was honored last Friday for his nearly $1 million donation for a new clubhouse at Haverhill Stadium, one visitor traveled in the rain further than


Friday’s High School Sports

Here are today’s athletics schedules for Merrimack Valley Conference teams and Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School. After 12:00am on Thursday September 21st, 2017 this article available to WHAV members only.

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WHAV Added Among ‘First Responders’ in Legislation Passed by Congress

Federal Communications Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel said “this legislation comes not a moment too soon.” WHAV FM and other broadcasters would become “first responders” during natural disasters if President Donald Trump signs a bill passed by both houses of Congress following the devastation caused by hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The ‘‘Securing Access to Networks in Disasters

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Disabilities Commission Ensures Handicapped Rules are Followed

When South Main Street was reconstructed several years ago and telephone poles emerged seemingly in the middle of sidewalks, it fell to the Haverhill Disabilities Commission to find out if handicapped access rules were being followed. It turns out, there was enough room for wheelchairs to pass and the sidewalks—although unsightly—were legal. In some cases,