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Buttonwoods to Showcase Early Years of Northern Essex in September

Northern Essex Community College librarians Rachel Oleaga and Laura Mondt curated an exhibit celebrating Northern Essex’s early years. (Courtesy photograph.) An exhibit, “Northern Essex Community College: The Early Years in Haverhill,” celebrating the founding of the college nearly 56 years ago, will be on display at the Haverhill’s Buttonwoods Museum from Saturday, Sept. 2, through

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Merrimack Valley Chamber Hosts Mixer Wednesday at Align

The Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce is having a Business Networking Mixer, Wednesday, Aug. 23, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Align Credit Union, 20 Cushing Ave., Haverhill. The free event features business connections and networking, complimentary snacks and beverages and a business card drawing for door prizes. Those bringing a potential new member to

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Priscilla A. (Perrault) Spaulding, 89, School Cook

Priscilla A. (Perrault) Spaulding, 89, passed away July 14, at Lahey Clinic Hospital surrounded by her family. She was the wife of the late Robert E. Spaulding. Born in Haverhill, April 28, 1928, Spaulding was the daughter of the late William A. and Virginie (Desourdie) Spaulding. As was often the case, she left school to

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Haverhill to Pay 65 Percent of Whittier Tech Assessment for 2018

Throughout the month of August, WHAV provides a daily report counting down to the first day of school in Greater Haverhill. Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School will spend $23.6 million in fiscal year 2018, an increase over FY 2017 of nearly 4 percent. The 11 communities that send students to Whittier will pay assessments


Population Growth Creates Need for Additional 4th-Grade Class at Golden Hill

Throughout the month of August, WHAV provides a daily report counting down to the first day of school in Greater Haverhill. Golden Hill Elementary School added a fourth-grade classroom for the 2017-2018 school year. “This new classroom will better serve the growing enrollment of our school,” said Principal Bruce Michitson. Teacher Diana Farrell will take

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WHAV’s ‘Your Hometown’ Features Interview with Late Bruce Arnold

On tonight’s edition of WHAV’s “Your Hometown,” Marc Lemay turns to the archives for an interview with the late WCCM broadcaster, Bruce Arnold. Lemay recorded the interview several years ago at Arnold’s Lynn home, where Arnold—born in 1935 as Arnold L. Salvucci—told stories about his more than 50 years in radio. He began his career

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Haverhill Cultural Council Gears Up to Distribute Grants

Local artists, purveyors of history and other cultural nonprofits have an opportunity again this year to receive grants from the Haverhill Cultural Council. Applications to share money from a pool of up to $25,000 in Massachusetts Cultural Council funds will be accepted online beginning Sept. 1, Alison Colby-Campbell, vice chairman, and Ruby Lyons, treasurer, of