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DiZoglio Petitioning for Increased Special Education, Veteran Funding for Haverhill

Haverhill veterans and those in need of special education benefits are among the groups Rep. Diana DiZoglio is fighting for when local lawmakers debate the state budget this week. (Courtesy photo) When Rep. Diana DiZoglio heads into budget debate sessions this week at the Statehouse, two Haverhill interest groups will be top of mind: Veterans

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Merrimack Valley Chamber Welcomes New Director; Thanks Retirees

Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Joseph J. Bevilacqua, Gov. Charlie Baker and Chairman Salvatore Lupoli during last fall’s annual dinner. (WHAV News photograph.) The Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce this week welcomed a new board member and thanked five retiring directors for their many years of service. Iverson Guo of Karma Restaurant,

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Meredith, N.H. Residents Raise Funds to Honor Haverhill ‘Archie’ Creator Bob Montana

Marie Valiere of the Lions Club presents a check to Greater Meredith Program Design Committee co-chairman Chris Williams (center) and Archie statue subcommittee chairman Jim McFarlin in front of a model of the bench that will be built. (Courtesy photograph) There’s no doubt the fictional town of Riverdale is Haverhill, Mass., but creator Bob Montana

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Warren C. Jardine, 91, Former Haverhill Deputy Fire Chief

Warren C. Jardine, 91, the former deputy fire chief of Haverhill, passed away on Friday April 20 at the High Pointe Hospice House in Haverhill surrounded by his loving family. Born in Haverhill, he was the son of the late, Harry and Ida J. (Travis) Jardine. Raised and educated in Haverhill, Jardine attended Haverhill public


Wednesday’s High School Sports

Here are today’s athletics schedules for Merrimack Valley Conference teams and Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School. After 12:04pm on Monday May 7th, 2018 this article available to paying WHAV members only.


New Sign Marks Bridge Dedication to Bradford Naval Officer

A new sign dedicating the Industrial Bridge to Caitlyn Trask was installed on Saturday during an historic dedication ceremony (WHAV News Photograph) Saturday, April 14 was an historic day in Haverhill with the dedication of the Industrial Bridge (Route 125 connector), to U.S. Navy Petty Officer, Third Class, Caitlyn Trask, the first female service member

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Bill Macek Takes the Helm of WHAV’s New Open Mic Show Monday

He has been on all sides of the microphone—as on-air personality, station owner and newsmaker. Now, continuing his lifelong radio passion, William J. “Bill” Macek is returning to his roots as host of 97.9 WHAV FM’s New Open Mic Show, beginning Monday, Jan. 22. Over the years, Macek has been heard on the air as

Haverhill Heritage Series

Christmas Explosions 72 Years Ago Destroy Mr. Tilton’s Tower

Images of Tilton Tower and the first failed attempts to take it down with dynamite, as taken from the Dec. 26, 1945 edition of the Haverhill Gazette. By David Goudsward Special to WHAV News J.R. Poppele, chief engineer of WOR, New York, was hired by Haverhill Gazette owner John T. “Jack” Russ to conduct the