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School Committee Approves Marotta’s Reorganization; Adds ‘Anti-Bullying’ Job

Margaret Marotta attends her first Haverhill School Committee meeting as superintendent. (WHAV News photograph.) Haverhill’s new School Superintendent Margaret Marotta scored her first victory Thursday night when the School Committee unanimously approved her temporary reorganization of the department. The organizational chart adds a new $78,000 “social-emotional learning and anti-bullying” administrator and calls for promoting Haverhill

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Fiorentini Seeks Volunteers to Join New Master Plan Zoning Committee

Residents are asked to volunteer to make residential and industrial zoning recommendations as part of Mayor Fiorentini’s new Master Plan Zoning Committee. (File photograph) Mayor James J. Fiorentini outlined his latest Master Plan during his January state of the city address, and six months later, he’s asking Haverhill residents to help make that vision a

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Obituaries

Cynthia Kogut, 55, Owned Business Editing Medical Literature

Cynthia Kogut, 55, of Haverhill, died July 11, after a lengthy illness. Born in Philadelphia, she graduated from Swarthmore College with a degree in English literature. Following graduate studies at the University of Virginia, she moved to Massachusetts and founded a one-woman company specializing in editing medical literature. She loved books, folk dancing and flying

Sports

NECC Athletics Partners With Under Armour for Multi-Year Contract

The Knights baseball team (celebrating a recent championship win at Haverhill’s Trinity Stadium) are among the teams to benefit from the school’s partnership with Under Armour. (Courtesy photograph) The Northern Essex Knights teams will be hitting their respective fields and courts in style next fall thanks to a new partnership with athletic apparel company Under

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Ellis W. (Abe) Abrams, 85, Former Machinist and Bus Driver

Ellis W. (Abe) Abrams, 85, of Salem, N.H., and formerly of Hampstead, N.H., and Haverhill, passed away on July 4 surrounded by his loving family. Abrams was the son of William E. and Opal (Wilson) Abrams. He was born in Lovington, Ill., and raised in Carlisle, Ind. He worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad as a

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WHAV Seeks Local News Reporters

A three-alarm fire is raging downtown, police have taped off a city block after reports of shots fired and the City Council just reached an impasse on a spending plan. It’s all happening during a typical, frenetic radio news deadline. If you thrive in such a pressure-filled environment and can quickly turn out a clear,

Haverhill Heritage Series

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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