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Agency Closes Complaint About Crowell Kindergarten Restraint, Discipline

Crowell School kindergarten. (Courtesy photograph.) The Disability Law Center of Boston has closed its complaint, made public last February, that Crowell School kindergarten improperly used “restraint, time-out and disciplinary” actions against children. The report came during Thursday night’s School Committee meeting by Superintendent Margaret Marotta “They feel like the situation there has been rectified and

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Haverhill Baker Expanding GoodieKrunch Snack Line With Eye on Market Basket Placement

Haverhill baker HamdAllah Olona sells her GoodieKrunch snacks at the farmers market every Saturday. (Courtesy photograph) Haverhill-based HamdAllah Olona has been a mainstay at this year’s downtown Farmers Market, selling her coconut snack GoodieKrunch to residents, but as the married mom tells WHAV, she has her eye on a much bigger goal: Placement in Market

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Sen. L’Italien, Gov. Baker Celebrate Signing Landmark Alzheimer’s Bill Into Law

Sen. Barbara L’Italien hands a pen to Gov. Baker during a celebratory signing of new Alzheimer’s legislation August 15 in Waltham. (Courtesy photograph) Andover Sen. Barbara L’Italien joined Gov. Charlie Baker and area Alzheimer’s advocates to sign a landmark bill into law improving awareness of and access to state resources for patients and families suffering

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Obituaries

William E. Yeo, 71, President of Yeo Chevrolet

On Tuesday, Aug. 14, William E. Yeo, of Amesbury, passed away at home, surrounded by his loving family, from cancer-related complications at the age of 71. He was born on Feb. 19, 1947 in Haverhill, to the late Lawson and Beatrice (Cram) Yeo and graduated from Haverhill High School in 1965. He received his degree

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State Police K-9 Tracks Fleeing Suspect in Methuen Car Crash Leading to Arrest

State Police K-9 Devaney tracked a suspect involved in a two-car Methuen crash, apprehending the person after a chase into the woods off Route 213. (Courtesy photograph) Canine cop to the rescue! Massachusetts State Police K-9 Devaney was dispatched to Methuen over the weekend to assist with a suspect who fled the scene of a

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Haverhill Police Golf Tournament Is Friday at Bradford Country Club

Members of the Haverhill Police Relief Association invite golfers to tee off alongside Haverhill’s finest at the 19th annual golf tournament Friday, Aug. 10. Golfers gather at Bradford Country Club for an 8 a.m. registration session ahead of the 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Lunch, awards and raffles are included in the tourney, played in a

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Future of Local News is in Your ‘Selfie;’ Help Before WHAV’s Saturday Year-End

In the last few weeks, 97.9 WHAV FM has earned public praise for its objective and critical analyses of gang violence and the proposed, but contentious, city budget. Deep digging, time-consuming research, interviews with multiple sources and viewpoints and quality writing comes at a great cost. Yet, WHAV managed to undertake these projects even while

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Christmas Explosions 72 Years Ago Destroy Mr. Tilton’s Tower

Images of Tilton Tower and the first failed attempts to take it down with dynamite, as taken from the Dec. 26, 1945 edition of the Haverhill Gazette. By David Goudsward Special to WHAV News J.R. Poppele, chief engineer of WOR, New York, was hired by Haverhill Gazette owner John T. “Jack” Russ to conduct the

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