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MV Chamber Plans Networking Breakfast Thursday in Andover

The Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce is having a networking breakfast this Thursday at Residence Inn Andover. Participants may make business contacts, share leads and possibly close on new sales, while becoming eligible to win prizes. The event is co-sponsored by Foster Sullivan Insurance Group and Northeast Landscape Contractors. The breakfast takes place Thursday, May

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Labor Leaders Consider Unfair Labor Complaint Against Westinghouse

Boilermakers Local 651 protest being locked out of Westinghouse Electric in Newington, N.H. (Courtesy photograph.) About 175 employees, including several in Greater Haverhill, of Westinghouse Electric in Newington, N.H., are considering filing an unfair labor practice against the nuclear components manufacturer after being locked out Sunday in a contract dispute. The workers were unable to

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Georgette G. (Ward) McKay Stryeski, 84, Worked for AT&T

Georgette G. (Ward) McKay Stryeski, 84, of Groveland, passed away Sunday, May 21, at her daughter’s home with her family by her side. Stryeski was born in Haverhill, Dec. 11, 1932, daughter of the late George and Juliette (Paris) Ward. She was raised in Bradford and attended Haverhill Public Schools. Stryeski graduated from Haverhill High



Tuesday’s High School Sports

Here are today’s athletics schedules for Merrimack Valley Conference teams and Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School.

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Khan: ‘Power of Your Voice, the Power of Your Action’

Muslim immigrant Khizr Khan addressing the Democratic convention in Philadelphia. By Amy Gibson-O’Brien Khizr Khan, Gold star father and lawyer, and Charles M. Blow, columnist for The New York Times, spoke to a crowd of more than 1,500 at the annual American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts Bill of Rights Dinner Monday, May 15. Both spoke of the

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Guerin Discusses Life as Ex-Mayor on WHAV’s ‘Your Hometown’

John Guerin shares a laugh with Your Hometown host Marc Lemay in the Edwin V. Johnson Newsroom at WHAV. In the fourth week of his new 97.9 WHAV series, Marc Lemay interviews former Haverhill Mayor John J. Guerin. During “Your Hometown,” which airs tonight, at 6:30 p.m., Guerin reflects on his time as Haverhill mayor

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Hilldale Cemetery Repairs Near Completion as Holiday Approaches

Fence repairs are nearing completion at Hilldale Cemetery just in time for Memorial Day. Appearing on 97.9 WHAV’s Open Mike Show Monday, Thomas Spitalere said more than $3,000 has been raised towards a goal of $4,500 to replace fence posts and related hardware. “The work for the fence. More than half the fence has been