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Councilors Approve Plan to Expand, Renovate Consentino

Councilors Approve Plan to Expand, Renovate Consentino

Lockers at Consentino School were replaced last year. Councilors Tuesday night approved the city’s request to the state School Building Authority for expansion and renovation of the Albert B. Consentino School. In making its pitch, the city said overcrowding and aging mechanical systems have eroded the district’s ability to deliver the best education possible to


Ten Cars Sidelined as I-495 Bridge Pot Hole Opens Up

Ten automobiles were sidelined early this morning with flat tires as a result of a pot hole on Interstate 495 southbound just before the Ward Hill exit. Massachusetts State Police troopers from the Newbury barracks began receiving calls from motorists around 6:30, this morning. Troopers dispatched tow companies to the scene and alerted MassHighway to


Two Haverhill Workers Up for Same Job in Lancaster

Haverhill Purchasing Director and Energy Manager Orlando Pacheco wants his old job back as administrator in the Town of Lancaster. David S. Van Dam, the mayor’s chief of staff, wants it too. Both Pacheco and Van Dam are finalists for the position in Worcester County and are scheduled to be interviewed tonight by selectmen. A


City Readies for Annual Earth Day Cleanup April 22

Volunteers rake and bag debris during an earlier Haverhill Earth Day cleanup. More than two dozen areas of the city are targeted for cleanup during Haverhill’s annual Earth Day observance. Prizes are also being awarded to volunteers stepping up to rake, sweep and otherwise help Saturday, April 22, between 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Those