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Murdered Bradford Teen Was Intended Robbery Victim, According to Newly Revealed Information

Murdered Bradford Teen Was Intended Robbery Victim, According to Newly Revealed Information

Police tape surrounds the Finn household during the rainy night of Tuesday, June 6, 2017. (WHAV News photograph.) Eighteen-year-old Bryce T. Finn was an intended robbery target when he was gunned down and killed in the doorway of his Bradford home last year, according to new information released Friday. At the arraignment of two of

School Committee Approves Marotta’s Reorganization; Adds ‘Anti-Bullying’ Job

Margaret Marotta attends her first Haverhill School Committee meeting as superintendent. (WHAV News photograph.) Haverhill’s new School Superintendent Margaret Marotta scored her first victory Thursday night when the School Committee unanimously approved her temporary reorganization of the department. The organizational chart adds a new $78,000 “social-emotional learning and anti-bullying” administrator and calls for promoting Haverhill

Cynthia Kogut, 55, Owned Business Editing Medical Literature

Cynthia Kogut, 55, of Haverhill, died July 11, after a lengthy illness. Born in Philadelphia, she graduated from Swarthmore College with a degree in English literature. Following graduate studies at the University of Virginia, she moved to Massachusetts and founded a one-woman company specializing in editing medical literature. She loved books, folk dancing and flying

Police Make Three Arrests in Previously Unsolved Murder of Bryce Finn

The scene in front of 54 Rainbow Drive, Tuesday, June 6, 2017. (WHAV News photograph.) Police have made three arrests in what had been the unsolved murder of 18-year-old Bryce T. Finn 13 months ago. Twenty-year-old Nicholas Mandato, 21-year-old Thomas Warner and 18-year-old Kenneth Pitts, all of Delaware, were arrested separately, according to Essex County

Haverhill Imposes Moratorium on Permits for Most National Grid Projects

Haverhill City Councilor John A. Michitson. (WHAV News photograph by Jay Saulnier) Haverhill City Council will approve no non-essential or non-emergency projects for National Grid until it ends an employee lockout and reinstates the workers’ health insurance benefits. Councilors, with support of Mayor James J. Fiorentini, voted unanimously Tuesday to withhold permits for anything but