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An Open Letter to Haverhill Teachers from a Silver Hill Parent

An Open Letter to Haverhill Teachers from a Silver Hill Parent

In fact, it feels like a classic misdirection. Look over there at Silver Hill and miss that the City budget once again underfunds Haverhill Public Schools. Be distracted and miss the MTAs involvement and political agenda at a local level. Real legitimate challenges exist across all Haverhill Public Schools. Resources, staffing, class size, infrastructure, mandates,


Haverhill’s Season of Optimism

Harbor Place at White’s Corner. With springtime temperatures and cloudless, sunny skies above the city, the changes to the area between Harbor Place and Haverhill Bank on Merrimack Street certainly looked impressive as I recently strolled along the boardwalk between the two buildings. The soon to be completed Bradford Rail Trail will certainly add a


You Too Can Lend A Hand

One of the great privileges I have had since I started volunteering at WHAV has been the chance to research, produce, and air some of the “Community Spotlight” segments that are heard at 15 past the hour every day. These segments inform the listeners about non-profit fund raising events that either benefit members of our