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Bergevine Receives Haverhill Police’s Latest Quarterly Excellence Award

Bergevine Receives Haverhill Police’s Latest Quarterly Excellence Award

Officer Jordan Bergevine has been recognized with a Haverhill Police Department excellence award. (Courtesy photograph) With just nine months as a Haverhill Police officer under his belt, Jordan Bergevine is already putting his colleagues in the corner office on notice. A patrolman on the late night shift, Bergevine has been recognized with the department’s quarterly

Jet Blue, Black Tie Limousine Help Haverhill Police Attend Shinners Funeral

Supporting Michael and Thomas Shinners (far left) were Officer Justin Graham, Detective Sean Harrison, Detective Dana Burrill Jr., Officer Guy Cooper, Sergeant Joseph Ingham, Detective William O’Connell, Officer Daniel Trocki, Officer James Keenan, Detective Sergeant Nicholas Brown, Detective Taylor Anderson, Officer Jason Pearl and Andover Officer Nicole Trelegan. (Courtesy photograph) Nearly a dozen members of

New England Patriots Donate $75K to UTEC for Merrimack Valley Outreach Efforts

Members of the Lowell-based UTEC mingled with New England Patriots players and received a surprise donation last week at Gillette Stadium. (Courtesy photgraph) Haverhill is among the communities poised to benefit from a $75,000 donation from the New England Patriots to Merrimack Valley-based youth outreach group UTEC. Issued last week, the donation is the first

PHOTOS: Chinburg Turning Former Ted’s Leather Building Into 59 Apartments

The former Ted’s Leather Goods building on Essex Street is being transformed by Chinburg Properties of Newmarket, N.H. (Courtesy photographs) Downtown Haverhill’s revitalization continues this spring with the opening of the revamped former Ted’s Leather Goods building on Essex Street. Designed and constructed by Newmarket, N.H.-based Chinburg Properties, the 59,000 square foot property features 59

City Artist LaRosa Exhibits Portrait Work to Kick Off Fiorentini’s New Art Program

Mayor James J. Fiorentini has designated Katherine LaRosa his first Artist of the Month. (Courtesy photograph) Haverhill-based portrait artist Katherine LaRosa has been named Mayor James J. Fiorentini’s inaugural Artist of the Month for January, kicking off a new initiative to showcase the creativity of city residents. A graduate of the Massachusetts College of Art

Haverhill Lawyer Designs Cybersecurity Certificate Program for UMass

Paul A. Magliocchetti (left) was joined by Advoqt’s Reinier Moquete, Congresswoman Lori Trahan, UMass Chancellor Jacquie Moloney, Rep. Andy Vargas and Sen. Diana DiZoglio to announce the cybersecurity workshop on Jan. 7. (WHAV News photograph) Cybersecurity may be seen as a huge threat to some, but for others—including Haverhill attorney Paul A. Magliocchetti—it has the

Shoe City Bistro Opens Above Peddler’s Daughter on Haverhill’s Wingate Street

Shoe City Bistro, 45 Wingate St., Haverhill, opens at 4:30 p.m. daily for dinner and introduces a weekly Sunday brunch starting June 24. (Courtesy photographs) Haverhill’s downtown restaurant scene is expanding with the introduction of Wingate Street’s Shoe City Bistro, now open above Peddler’s Daughter at 45 Wingate St. Owned and operated by the Peddler’s

New Source of Funding for Small Businesses in Haverhill

A new source of funding is available to new and growing businesses in Haverhill. The Haverhill Partnership Venture Fund is hosting an announcement today at 3 p.m. at Welcome to Floristry, that the fund is live and hoping to attract other financial and community organizations to participate. The fund seeks to help as many local