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Buttonwoods Planting New ‘Worshipping Oak’ Tree in Haverhill Tuesday

The Buttonwoods Museum hopes to make new memories with the planting of a new ‘Worshipping Oak’ on Tuesday, 14 months after a 2017 storm toppled the tree on the Haverhill’s Water Street. The original oak was an ancient 1640 artifact and symbol of religious freedom, marking one of the first places Haverhill settlers worshipped, according


Tilton School Receives Second Half of ‘Turnaround’ Grant

Haverhill’s Tilton School Friday received the second installment of a state $900,000 “turnaround” grant. As WHAV reported a year ago, the grant—aimed at improving underperforming schools—aims to change school climate and culture and elevate test scores at the Level Three school through leadership, shared responsibility and professional collaboration; intentional practices for improving instruction; and student-specific

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Experts to Discuss the Future of Human-Robot Interaction at Haverhill’s iHub

Robots are on the rise—and experts from UMass Lowell’s robotics program are set to share the latest on the future of human-robot interaction during a Tuesday talk at the Haverhill iHub. Dr. Holly Yanco of the college’s New England Robotics Validation and Experimentation (NERVE) Center is expected to deliver keynote remarks during the event from

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Greater Lawrence Tech to Expand Manufacturing Program Using $500K State Grant

The Baker-Polito Administration issued a $500,000 grant to Greater Lawrence Technical School to update their advanced manufacturing program. (File photograph) Andover’s Greater Lawrence Technical School is one of 33 schools statewide to share in nearly $11 million in skills capital grant funding to secure new technology and expand programming. Designed the give students an edge

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Morris J. Piccolo, 88, Well-Known Haverhill Realtor

Morris J. Piccolo, 88, a well-known Realtor and lifelong Haverhill resident, passed away peacefully Sunday, June 24. Services begin Thursday morning, June 28, with visiting hours from 9 a.m. to noon at Driscoll Funeral Home, 309 S. Main St., Haverhill. Funeral Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 12:30 p.m. in Sacred Hearts Church,


Monday’s High School Sports

Here are today’s athletics schedules for Merrimack Valley Conference teams and Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School. After 10:44am on Monday July 2nd, 2018 this article available to paying WHAV members only.


Senior Golfers Welcome at Weekly Garrison Clinics in Haverhill

Senior golfers of all ages and abilities are invited to tee off each Wednesday during a morning golf clinic at 10 a.m. at Garrison Golf Center, 654 Hilldale Ave., Haverhill. Golfers may take part for $12 per session and no pre-registration is necessary. After 12:48pm on Friday June 22nd, 2018 this article available to paying

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Future of Local News is in Your ‘Selfie;’ Help Before WHAV’s Saturday Year-End

In the last few weeks, 97.9 WHAV FM has earned public praise for its objective and critical analyses of gang violence and the proposed, but contentious, city budget. Deep digging, time-consuming research, interviews with multiple sources and viewpoints and quality writing comes at a great cost. Yet, WHAV managed to undertake these projects even while

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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