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Methuen Plans Mosquito Spraying Wednesday Night

The city of Methuen plans to conduct a citywide mosquito control spraying operation Wednesday night, beginning at 9 p.m. Subject to weather conditions, truck-mounted sprayers will begin in outlying areas along city boundaries and proceed toward the city center, according to Methuen Health Department. Plans call for a “very fine mist” application of pesticides Duet

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WHAV is Going Home…If You Help

Welcome home! During a Silver Hill site walk Friday, WHAV’s call letters were found still inscribed in the floor tiles placed 69 years ago. After several years of engineering studies, legal challenges and other obstacles, the new WHAV 97.9 FM is finally going home. “Home” is the original WHAV transmitter site atop Silver Hill where

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Summer Program Allows Northern Essex Students to Band Gulls

Left to Right, rear, Kyla Marcelonis of Plaistow, N.H., graduating in May; graduate Jamie Zananiri of Bradford; and Eric Lanouette, North Andover. Left to right, front row, Jinette Galarza, Lawrence; Professor Sarah Courchesn; and alumna Mary Everett. Story courtesy of Northern Essex Community College. A gull, known as 2E2, is a clear crowd favorite. Charismatic

Haverhill Heritage Series

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Whittier and the Rude Birthday Guest

Boston’s fashionable Hotel Brunswick, Boylston Street at the corner of Clarendon, was the setting of John Greenleaf Whittier’s 70th birthday party. There’s always one. That party guest who—because of the free flow of liquor, poor upbringing or owing to some kind of personality defect—humiliates the host and ruins the party. It’s even more embarrassing when

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Obituaries

Lynne (Tatian) Lynch, 64, Haverhill Public Schools Teacher

Lynne (Tatian) Lynch, 64, of Salisbury and formerly of Haverhill, died Monday morning, July 25, at her residence after a battle with cancer. She was born in Haverhill, Sept. 1, 1951, daughter of Stella (Depoian) Tatian of Salisbury and the late Samuel Tatian. Educated in the Haverhill school system, she graduated from the former Rogers

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Merrimack Valley Chamber Plans Fall Business Expo.

The Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce is offering “early bird savings” to local businesses seeking exhibit booths for its upcoming “Fall Business Expo, Trade Show, Job, Health and Wellness Fair,” Wednesday, Sept. 21. The expo is to be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Andover Country Club, 60 Canterbury St., Andover. A $100

Melinda's Garden Moments

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Grow Star and Heart Shaped Veggies

Add a little star power to your meals with the help of cookie cutters and veggie molds. Cut cucumbers into ¼ inch thick round slices. Use a small heart shaped cookie cutter to remove the center of the rounds. Use these in salads, on sandwiches or relish plates. Save the outer ring. Slide two grape

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‘Neighbors 2’s’ is Funny, but Meaning is Debatable

Most of the time when a numeral follows the title of a reasonably successful raunchy frat-boy comedy, good things are not in store. “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” breaks with this wisdom, continues the story from the first  neighbors movie in 2014, and actually has something to say. The continuing story is that of 30-somethings Mac

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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.

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Brand New Congress

U.S. Capitol, Washington. What if progressive organizers and volunteers joined forces to run a nationwide campaign to replace today’s corporate-owned congress – all at once? Yes, one sweeping campaign against all incumbents of either party who owe their jobs to the Big Money powers. The idea is to oust those congress critters with hundreds of

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