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Sacred Hearts Hosting New Student Open House Tuesday, Jan. 29

Families with children in nursery school through eighth grade are invited to learn about the offerings from Bradford’s Sacred Hearts at the Catholic school’s open house on Tuesday, Jan. 29. Staff is available to answer questions about the faith-based educational programs, foreign language instruction and extra curricular offerings—including sports, theater and band—during two information sessions


Fiorentini Justifies Skipping Silver Hill State Aid Request: ‘Not a Wise Investment’

Mayor James J. Fiorentini and Superintendent Margaret Marotta addressed the City Council on Jan. 15. (WHAV News file photograph) Shortly after City Councilors backed four Haverhill school roof replacements, including over Mayor James J. Fiorentini’s objection, the city’s top leader is arguing that spending taxpayer money to fix Silver Hill’s 25-year-old roof is simply not

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Bergevine Receives Haverhill Police’s Latest Quarterly Excellence Award

Officer Jordan Bergevine has been recognized with a Haverhill Police Department excellence award. (Courtesy photograph) With just nine months as a Haverhill Police officer under his belt, Jordan Bergevine is already putting his colleagues in the corner office on notice. A patrolman on the late night shift, Bergevine has been recognized with the department’s quarterly

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Today’s Obituaries: Friday, Jan. 18

James H.R. Currier, 77, of Bradford, died Thursday, Jan. 10, at the High Pointe Hospice House in Haverhill. He served as the music director at Sacred Hearts Church in Bradford for many years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a celebration of his life at Granite United Church, 1 Sand Hill Road, Salem, N.H.,


Friday’s High School Sports

Here are today’s athletics schedules for Merrimack Valley Conference teams and Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School. After 3:55pm on Tuesday January 29th, 2019 this article available to paying WHAV members only.


Haverhill Conservation Commission Appoints New Officers

Members voted Harmony Wilson as chairperson of the Haverhill Conservation Commission. (File photograph) The City of Haverhill’s citizen-based Conservation Commission has elected new leadership for 2019, with Harmony Wilson taking the lead as Commission chairperson. Also appointed to the board at Thursday’s monthly meeting were Ralph Basiliere, a commissioner and community liaison now serving as

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This Week’s Radio Drama: Leroy Receives a Great Dane on Great Gildersleeve

Williard Waterman is the “Great Gildersleeve,” Wednesday nights over 97.9 WHAV FM. Here he is with Walter Tetley who is heard as nephew Leroy, and Mary Lee Robb, who plays his niece Marjorie. (NBC publicity photograph.) Tonight, Jan. 12 Gunsmoke: Buffalo Hunter; Haunting Hour: “Old, Old Man,” Saturday, 10 p.m. and 1 a.m. Sunday Yours

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The Night the Martian ‘Death Ray’ Missed Haverhill

Front page of the Haverhill Gazette, Monday, Oct. 31, 1938. News of Martian invasion is lead story at top left. Editor’s Note: Marking the 80th anniversary of the historic broadcast, 97.9 WHAV FM airs the original Mercury Theater on the air presentation of the “War of the Worlds” at 10 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 30, with