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Georgette G. (Ward) McKay Stryeski, 84, Worked for AT&T

Georgette G. (Ward) McKay Stryeski, 84, of Groveland, passed away Sunday, May 21, at her daughter’s home with her family by her side. Stryeski was born in Haverhill, Dec. 11, 1932, daughter of the late George and Juliette (Paris) Ward. She was raised in Bradford and attended Haverhill Public Schools. Stryeski graduated from Haverhill High

Jason A. Michitson, 44, Recruiter and Sales Rep.

Jason A. Michitson, 44, a lifelong resident of Haverhill, died at his home from natural causes Friday, May 19. Born in Haverhill, son of James and Donna (DiProfio) Michitson, he attended Saint Joseph Grammar School and was a member of the Haverhill High School class of 1991, where he was a member of the football

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MV Chamber Plans Networking Breakfast Thursday in Andover

The Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce is having a networking breakfast this Thursday at Residence Inn Andover. Participants may make business contacts, share leads and possibly close on new sales, while becoming eligible to win prizes. The event is co-sponsored by Foster Sullivan Insurance Group and Northeast Landscape Contractors. The breakfast takes place Thursday, May

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Khan: ‘Power of Your Voice, the Power of Your Action’

Muslim immigrant Khizr Khan addressing the Democratic convention in Philadelphia. By Amy Gibson-O’Brien Khizr Khan, Gold star father and lawyer, and Charles M. Blow, columnist for The New York Times, spoke to a crowd of more than 1,500 at the annual American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts Bill of Rights Dinner Monday, May 15. Both spoke of the

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Longtime Educator Barry Kittredge Dies at 69

Barry Kittredge, 69, a lifelong resident of Haverhill, longtime administrator at several city schools and owner of local businesses, died Monday. Kittredge was a lifelong educator with a career spanning many years in teaching and administration at various Haverhill schools including, Consentino, Hunking and Haverhill High School, retiring in 2007 as assistant principal. He was

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