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Police Charge Dominican Man with Cocaine Trafficking

A traffic stop Wednesday by a Massachusetts State Police trooper in Andover led to seizure of 800 grams of cocaine and the arrest of a Dominican national who allegedly overstayed on a visa and, during which, obtained an illegal identity. Francis Yermin Mejia-Gonzalez, 36, alias Marvin Perez-Varela, was arrested following an investigation stemming from a

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Thursday’s High School Sports

Here are today’s athletics schedules at Haverhill High School and Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School. For scores, listen to WHAV News, beginning at 7 a.m., weekdays.


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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Leslie Brindis, 92, Founded Two Shoe Companies

Leslie Brindis, 92, a lifetime resident of Haverhill, passed away peacefully Saturday afternoon, Sept. 24, at his home in Lake Havasu City, Ariz. He and his wife Anita moved to Arizona two years ago to be with their son and daughter -in -law, Sam and Renee Brindis. Brindis was born in Lawrence Aug. 24, 1924,

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Donovan to Lead Haverhill Chamber as President, CEO

Beverly J. Donovan was selected Wednesday as the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce’s new president and CEO. Donovan, the Chamber’s director of economic development since 2014, begins her new role Saturday. She succeeds Stacey L. Bruzzese who is stepping down to become director of marketing and new business development for Santo Insurance and Financial Service,

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Reblooming Your Christmas Cactus and Poinsettia

Whether you’re a novice or seasoned gardener, the sense of accomplishment when reblooming a poinsettia or Christmas cactus is something the cost of a new plant can’t replace. These plants need 14 hours of uninterrupted darkness each night to set flowers for Christmas.  Starting around Oct. 1 cover or move your plants into a dark

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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.



Scott Walker, Home Depot, Donnie Trump and the Supreme Court

In a mindboggling trick, some magicians levitate themselves. But remember, the key word in “magic trick” is “trick.” Scott Walker, for example, is quite the political trickster. This right-wing extremist became so unpopular in his first term as Wisconsin’s governor that he faced a recall election in 2012. Yet, he seemed to rise in front

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