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December Water Treatment Malfunction May Have Cost Worker’s Job

December Water Treatment Malfunction May Have Cost Worker’s Job

Haverhill Water Treatment Plant. Last December’s malfunction at the city’s water treatment plant may have a cost a 30-year-veteran of the department his job. The Dec. 11 incident was the subject of city councilor complaints for a three-month delay in notifying residents and a confusing letter about the problem. WHAV filed a request April 27

Police Pick Up Man in New York for Alleged Hilldale Ave. Arson

A 26-year-old Lowell man was arraigned on arson charges last week, a little more two weeks after Haverhill firefighters extinguished a small fire at a Hilldale Avenue duplex home. Troy Maloney, 482 Fletcher St., Lowell, returns to district court Wednesday, April 12, for a dangerousness hearing, Carrie Kimball-Monahan, spokeswoman for Essex County District Attorney Jonathan

Police Officer Rogers Decides to Retire; Still Facing Drunken Driving Charge

A Haverhill police officer, charged last week with drunken driving for a second time, is retiring. Francis Carl Rogers, 60, of Bradford, submitted retirement forms this week to City Hall, confirmed Mayor James J. Fiorentini late Friday afternoon. Applications are filed with Haverhill Retirement Board and retirements generally take effect immediately if the individual is