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Haverhill Recreation Department Seeks Used Sports Equipment Donations

With fall around the corner, Haverhill’s Recreation Department is in search of used sports equipment donations for youth who participate in city programs. Football shoes, pants & pads, lacrosse equipment and wrestling shoes are of particular interest. A collection box is located in the lobby of the Citizen’s Center, 10 Welcome St. and donations are


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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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Fee To Play Boys Hockey Exceeds $400 at Pentucket High School

Throughout the month of August, WHAV provides a daily report counting down to the first day of school in Greater Haverhill. Pentucket Regional High School athletic user fees for the 2017-2018 school year range from $100 to $425. For the fall season, fees are $100 for freshman field hockey, freshman soccer, cross country and cheering;


Police Arrest Haverhill Home Invasion Suspect, 21, in New York

One of four men connected with a Christmas Eve day home invasion in Haverhill has been taken into custody after being extradited from New York City. Benjamin Savinon, a 21-year-old from of Lawrence, was arrested Wednesday, at 5:30 p.m., after Haverhill Police drove to Queens to collect him. He was charged with armed and masked

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Future of Local News at Risk; Join or Renew by Tonight’s Deadline

Tom Bergeron in WHAV’s Edwin V. Johnson Newsroom two weeks ago. (Cindy Driver photograph for WHAV News.) Do you value local news? Its future is at risk. During the last 30 days, 131,391 unique visitors came to 12 million times for local news not found elsewhere, according to independent Cloudflare. Add FM radio and

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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