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Haverhill Author Donovan Discusses ‘Chasing Mayflies’ Monday

Haverhill author Vincent Donovan discusses his book “Chasing Mayflies,” Monday, Dec. 12, at Haverhill Public Library. Donovan’s debut novel follows two friends as they deal with terminal illness, bucket lists and forgiveness. He will also sell and sign books during the 7 p.m. event. Registrations are accepted at www.haverhillpl.org or by calling 978-373-1586. The book



West Newbury Man Taken to Hospital After Fall From Tree

A West Newbury man is in a Boston hospital with serious injuries after he fell out of a tree Thursday afternoon at a local hunting ground. West Newbury firefighters found the 55-year old man, whose identity was not released, conscious and alert around 3:3o p.m. in the Crane Pond Wildlife Management Area, said West Newbury

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The Future of Local News on Giving Tuesday

Editor’s note: Today, or at least by Giving Tuesday, Nov. 29, consider news—especially local news—isn’t free. Support the only Haverhill-based news source by becoming a WHAV member. Take advantage of new, budget-friendly, monthly membership options. Starting at $8.33 a month, no one offers a more affordable way to keep up with the news. By Tim

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This Weekend in High School Sports

Here are this weekend’s athletics schedules at Haverhill High School and Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School. For scores, listen to WHAV News, beginning at 7 a.m., weekdays.


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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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Marilyn (Flaherty) Parsons, 65, IRS Analyst

Marilyn (Flaherty) Parsons, 65, of Bradford, passed away suddenly Tuesday, Dec. 6. She was the wife of Robert W. Parsons, mother of Coleen, Kelly, Laura and Brian, and  daughter of the late Matthew and Ida Flaherty. She was born in Revere and raised in Winthrop where she started her family. In the early 1980s they

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Business to Learn of Training Grants at Seminar Next Week

Employers can receive up to $250,000 to train existing workers, $25,000 for safety training and help filling job openings or managing temporary layoffs. ValleyWorks Career Center and the City of Haverhill are inviting employers to learn more about available grants, tax incentives and other resources during a Workforce Development Grants Seminar Friday, Dec. 16, from

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Growing Amaryllis

Brighten those gray winter days with a few colorful amaryllis. The 6- to 10-inch trumpet shaped blossoms are sure to generate a smile and brighten your mood. And consider sharing the fun of growing these beauties by giving them as gifts to family and friends. You can plant the bulb in a quality potting mix

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‘Starving the Beast’ Examines Anti-Higher Education Think Tanks

This week, the battle you didn’t know was being fought … or lost. Since the 1980s the number of American think tanks has doubled with 31 percent having been created between 1981 and 1990 – that’s the Reagan and Bush administrations for those of you connecting dots. Not all think tanks are conservative, but enough

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Books by Christopher Golden

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



How Many Working-Class Populists Are in Trump’s New Government?

Incoming Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos at the Houghton County Republican Victory Center in 2005 (Photograph by Keith A. Almli. Creative Commons.) Actor Jack Nicholson says he finally understood the meaning of the word irony when his mother called him a “son of a bitch.” So let us consider Donnie Trump, who campaigned as the