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L’Italien Reports Raising $320,000 in Bid to Succeed Tsongas

L’Italien Reports Raising $320,000 in Bid to Succeed Tsongas

State Sen. Barbara L’Italien said today she raised $320,000 toward her bid to succeed Congresswoman Niki Tsongas during the fourth quarter of 2017. L’Italien officially entered the race in November. She said she is the female congressional candidate since Tsongas to raise this much money in her first reporting period. “I’m so grateful for the

Crystal Lake Golf Course Sold at Auction, New Owner Anticipates April Re-Opening

Crystal Lake golf course may have officially changed hands, but those 18 holes in Haverhill aren’t going anywhere. The 137-acre North Broadway course was officially sold at auction Thursday to Sterling Golf and its owner Kevin Osgood. Osgood, who operates eight Massachusetts courses and one in New Hampshire, takes over ownership from Michael Maroney. Osgood

Merrimack Valley Planning Commission Receives $50,000 Grant to Revamp Regional Website

Haverhill’s Merrimack River. (Creative Commons photograph) The Merrimack Valley is getting a brand makeover. The Haverhill-based Merrimack Valley Planning Commission has been named the recipient of a $50,000 Community Compact Cabinet grant from the Baker-Polito administration. Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito shared news of the grant with Merrimack Valley Planning Commission Executive Director Karen Sawyer Conard

Haverhill Police Invite Community to Have ‘Coffee With a Cop’

In its latest community outreach effort, the Haverhill Police Department invites city residents to mingle with officers at several local coffee shops this month. ‘Coffee With a Cop’ kicks off Friday, Jan. 19 at Battle Grounds Coffee Company, 39 Washington St., and the Bradford Dunkin Donuts at 725 South Main St. Officers will be available