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U.S. Indicts Veteran Lawrence Officer on Extortion Charge

A 16-year veteran Lawrence police officer, on unpaid leave since November, 2015, has been indicted on federal charges stemming from his arrest last May for allegedly using his position as a police officer to extort cocaine from a drug trafficker. John R. Desantis Jr., 44, of Methuen, was indicted Thursday on one count of extortion

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Nautel’s Gary E Liebisch, certified professional broadcast engineer, the highest level of accreditation offered by the Society of Broadcast Engineers.

Highest Quality Sound to Emanate from New WHAV FM

Nautel’s Gary E Liebisch, certified professional broadcast engineer, the highest level of accreditation offered by the Society of Broadcast Engineers. Listeners to the new WHAV FM will enjoy the finest sound when the new station signs on at 97.9 in September. WHAV has selected the industry’s best transmitter for the station’s power class with up-to-the-minute

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Scully Says Appointment of Fulgoni One of His ‘Strongest’

Haverhill Superintendent of Schools James F. Scully. Haverhill Superintendent of Schools James F. Scully calls his selection of new Assistant Superintendent Jared Fulgoni “one of the strongest recommendations that I have made.” As WHAV first reported Friday, the Haverhill School Committee approved Scully’s recommendation Thursday to promote Fulgoni, former Hunking School principal and, most recently,

Haverhill Heritage Series


How Haverhill Was Really Founded

Monument to Rev. John Ward and Colonel Nathaniel Saltonstall at Pentucket Cemetery, Haverhill. Part one of a series, “A Town Named Haverhill” By David Goudsward Special to Wavelengths Editor’s Note: Families can be complicated. The true story of the founding of Haverhill, Mass., is a testament to this fact with the founding minister’s father and

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Eileen (Winter) Lajoie, 89, Worked for Shoe Shops

Eileen (Winter) Lajoie, 89, of Methuen and a former longtime resident of Haverhill, died Aug. 26, at Nevins Nursing Home, Methuen. Born in Haverhill Dec. 18, 1926, daughter of the late Murray and Edith (Cooper) Winter, she attended Haverhill Public Schools. Lajoie was employed as a bench worker for local shoe companies and had also

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Regional Health Center Receives $93,000 in Federal Grants

Greater Lawrence Family Health Center’s Winthrop Avenue, Lawrence, location. (Courtesy photograph.) Greater Lawrence Family Health Center (GLFHC), which provides primary care in Lawrence and Methuen, is receiving nearly $93,000 in federal grants to build on its “high levels of performance” in quality improvement and high quality comprehensive care. The grants were announced Wednesday by the

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Five Minute Garden Maintenance

Improve your garden’s beauty, increase your enjoyment, and reduce stress five minutes at a time. Gardeners know and research proves that gardening is good for your mind, body, and spirit.  But busy schedules often lead to neglected projects, weedy gardens, and long “To Do” lists. Fight the overwhelming desire to give up.  Look for small

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‘The Infiltrator’ is Decent Popcorn

On the page, “The Infiltrator” seems like been-there, done that fare: Feds chasing drug dealers and their associates around 1980s Miami. The variation here, which is based on a true story from a book written by the real-life main character, is that the Feds at this moment had changed from a follow-the-drugs to a follow-the-money

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Books by Scott T. Goudsward

Scott T. Goudsward, of Haverhill, writes horror stories and novels, edits anthologies and also writes about horror. He prefers his horror in a traditionally visceral vein. He’s on the board of directors of New England Horror Writers. Click on an image below for more information.



Fed Up with Wall Street? Do Something About It!

Instead of griping about the greedheads of Wall Street and the ripoff financial system they’ve hung around our necks, why don’t we “Take On Wall Street?” That’s both the name and the feisty attitude of a nationwide campaign that a coalition of grassroots groups has launched to do just that: Take on Wall Street. The

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