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Citing Gas Explosions, Haverhill Continues Ban on Gas-Related Street Openings

Citing Gas Explosions, Haverhill Continues Ban on Gas-Related Street Openings

United Steelworkers Local 1202 Negotiating Committee member Keith Rice said the ban supports public safety. (WHAV News photograph.) Those seeking new or updated natural gas service in Haverhill must still await approval from city councilors as that body decided Tuesday night to continue its ban. Councilors voted to continue its moratorium, enacted originally in July

Pentucket Bank Establishes Fund to Aid Residents Impacted by Merrimack Valley Gas Disaster

Donations to the Pentucket Bank Merrimack Valley Gas/Fire Relief Fund are accepted by sending checks to the North Andover branch. (File photograph) The Haverhill-based Pentucket Bank is coming to the aid of Merrimack Valley residents affected by last week’s gas-related fires in Andover, North Andover and Lawrence. Bank CEO Scott Cote announced the creation of

District Attorney Identifies 28-Year-Old Motorcyclist Who Died in Early A.M. Crash

The 28-year-old motorcyclist killed in a crash early Tuesday morning has been identified as Stephen Merritt, of Willie Street, Haverhill. Confirmation came Tuesday afternoon from Carrie Kimball Monahan, spokeswoman for Essex County District Attorney Jonathan W. Blodgett. Merritt was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after the 1 a.m. crash near 1038 Main St., Haverhill.

Boston Police Arrest Haverhill Man for Alleged Fenway Park Assault

Brandon Noyes allegedly assaulted a Fenway Park elevator attendant during Sunday’s game against the New York Mets, police said. (File photograph) A 29-year-old Haverhill man has been charged with incent assault and battery after being arrested by Boston Police following Sunday’s Red Sox game. Boston Police Department spokesman Officer James Moccia told WHAV Brandon Noyes