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Papa’s Cafe and Bakery Opens in Haverhill

Papa’s Cafe and Bakery Opens in Haverhill

Mike Mansfield and Matt Pappa celebrated the grand opening of Papa’s Cafe and Bakery March 20 in Haverhill. (Courtesy photograph) Haverhill coffee addicts have yet another way to get their java jolt with the opening of Papa’s Cafe and Bakery on Groveland Street. Owned and operated by Mike Mansfield and Matt Pappa, the eatery celebrated

Barrett’s, a Merrimack St. Staple for Decades, to Close at End of Month

Melinda E. Barrett plans to close Barrett’s Specialty Foods at the end of the month. (Jay Saulnier photograph for WHAV News.) Barrett’s—a Merrimack Street name patronized for decades—will disappear from downtown at the end of the month. For the last 22 years, Barrett’s Specialty Foods occupied part of the downtown storefront that had been for

Merrimack Valley Credit Union Donates $30,000 to Emmaus Homeless Programs

Emmaus Executive Director Jeanine Murphy with Merrimack Valley Credit Union’s Peter Matthews. (Courtesy photograph.) The Merrimack Valley Credit Union recently donated $30,000 to help Haverhill-based Emmaus serve the area’s homeless. Emmaus’s Executive Director Jeanine Murphy said the gift comes during “a particularly difficult time” since the agency’s emergency shelter, Mitch’s Place, faces cuts or reductions

Haverhill Chamber Golf Tournament with Benefit for First Responders

Getting ready to play are attorney Michael Hart; Brian Morisseau, principal, MEG Companies; James Henebry, relationship manager and commercial loan officer, Haverhill Bank; and Thomas L. Mortimer, president and CEO, Haverhill Bank. (Courtesy photograph.) The Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce is having its 26th Annual Golf Tournament next Monday, Sept. 11, at the Haverhill Golf

Lowell Five Employees Give to House of Hope Shelter

From left to right, Lowell Five’s Leigh Jaynes, retail banking supervisor; Pam Duncan, receptionist; Down Boyle, assistant branch manager; and Susan Silva, branch manager; House of Hope’s Marianne Staid, shelter coordinator; Jennifer Sharkey, associate director, business and development; Lowell Five CEO and President David Wallace; Jennifer Moura, bank customer service representative; David Leighton, teller; and