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

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

Chipotle Mexican Grill and Aroma Joe’s Next Up on Plaistow Road

Developer Stephen Stapinski shows plans for the $4.5 million Plaistow Road complex during a meeting of the Haverhill Conservation Commission last year. (WHAV News photograph.) Burritos, tacos and other fast food and a coffee company that promises “no intercoms, no mistakes, no attitudes” will soon join the menu at Haverhill’s northern restaurant row. Chipotle Mexican Grill

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

More Than 1,000 Turn Out for Healthy Living Expo

John Licciardi, Latitude Sports Club membership director discusses fitness tips. (Courtesy photograph.) More than 1,000 residents turned out for Third Annual Healthy Living Expo last Saturday at Holy Family Hospital in Haverhill. The Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce hosted more than 40 local businesses at the free event that featured a community wide barbecue sponsored

Pentucket Bank Promotes Petrou to Assistant Vice President

Samantha Petrou this summer was named assistant vice president small business relationship manager at Haverhill-based Pentucket Bank. Petrou, of Haverhill, joined Pentucket Bank and the commercial credit department in April of 2014 as assistant vice president/commercial credit analyst. In her new role, Petrou assumes responsibility of directly managing small business lending relationships up to $500,000.