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Most of the former St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Church was gone by mid-day Thursday. (Photograph by Ted Gray.)

Analysis: Armenian Church Comes Down—Its Fate Never in Doubt

Analysis: Armenian Church Comes Down—Its Fate Never in Doubt

Most of the former St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Church was gone by mid-day Thursday. (Photograph by Ted Gray.) There was never any doubt St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Church, across from Haverhill City Hall, was coming down. As WHAV was the first to report last October, the demolition had already begun with the removal

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Five Councilors Who Opposed Budget Seek New Vote

Haverhill City Councilor Colin F. LePage. In a show of solidarity, all five councilors who voted to reject the city budget Tuesday night jointly asked for reconsideration of the matter this morning. Councilors had 48 hours to consider a different direction. The decision to seek reconsideration doesn’t mean one or more councilors have changed their

Philip A. Scouffas, 82, Worked for Vernon Plastics 33 Years

Philip A. Scouffas, 82, of Haverhill passed away unexpectedly June 20 at his home. He was born March 9, 1935 in Haverhill, son of the late Aristomenes and Maria (Tatamanis) Scouffas. He was educated in Haverhill schools, graduating with the class of 1955. He was employed at Vernon Plastics for 33 years until his retirement

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Align Credit Union Awards 17 Scholarships

Align President and CEO Ken Del Rossi with Craig Rich, Align Board Member and Scholarship Committee Chairman Rick Piecewicz, Summer Kelley, Mackenzie Webb, Alex Corcoran, Kristin Brown and Align Vice President of Community Development James Sullivan. (Courtesy photograph.) Align Credit Union this week announces the winners of its 24th annual scholarship program. Since the program’s

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Mayor to Discuss Cashman Field Work at Meeting Tonight

Haverhill Mayor James J. Fiorentini plans to meet with lower Hilldale Avenue residents today to discuss $236,000 worth of improvements to Cashman Field, including a new playground. The mayor said he will meet neighbors of the field at 5 p.m., Thursday, at Cashman Field at the foot of Hilldale Avenue. “Improving our parks and playgrounds

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Local Athletics Dominates Recent Open Mike Show

Michael Young discusses “Hillies, 125 Years of Haverhill Football.” This past Monday’s Open Mike Show with Frank Komola saw visits with four local guests. Attorney Joseph C. Edwards gave his thoughts on sports, while Michael Young discussed his father Ernie’s new book, “Hillies, 125 Years of Haverhill Football.” Young is the editor and publisher of

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