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Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Networking Event Is Nov. 19

Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Networking Event Is Nov. 19

Have a drink and meet some potential business prospects at a business networking event held at The Chateau restaurant. (File photograph.) Job seekers and area professions are invited to a Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce Thanksgiving-themed mixer and networking night at Andover’s The Chateau restaurant, 131 River Road, from 5-7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 19.

Help Decorate Haverhill for the Holidays: Here’s How to Contribute!

The Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce invites residents and businesses to decorate their own street lamp with a holiday wreath displayed during the city’s Christmas Stroll.  Haverhill residents and local businesses are invited to help bring holiday cheer to the city’s downtown district. As part of the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce’s latest fundraising effort,

Downtown Haverhill’s Battle Grounds Opening Second Coffee Shop in Lawrence

Washington Street coffee shop Battle Grounds will soon open a new Lawrence location at pizza magnate Sal Lupoli’s Riverwalk. (WHAV News photograph) Battle Grounds Coffee Company has something big brewing: A second shop at Lawrence’s Sal Lupoli-developed Riverwalk complex. Co-founder Dana DeFranco, who owns the coffee shop and café at 39 Washington St., with her

Merrimack Valley Credit Union CEO Matthews to Retire Following Merger With Bridgewater

John J. Howard will assume command of Merrimack Valley Credit Union. (Video capture.) Citing a competitive financial climate, Merrimack Valley Credit Union has officially merged with Bridgewater Credit Union after members voted to approve the consolidation late last month. Locally, the credit union’s name will not change, but President Peter J. Matthews Jr. will retire

Lawrence Health Center Raises $90K Through LaRoche-Headlined Comedy Fundraiser

June Black, district director for Niki Tsongas, received the Rosalyn Kempton Wood Award during the fundraiser. (Courtesy photograph.) The Greater Lawrence Family Health Center went pink for breast cancer awareness last month, netting more than $90,000 for women’s health programs across the Merrimack Valley. Held late last month at the Andover Country Club, the ninth

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