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Haverhill Police Arrest New Jersey Man for Fentanyl Trafficking

Haverhill Police Arrest New Jersey Man for Fentanyl Trafficking

A New Jersey man was arrested Wednesday in Haverhill and charged with fentanyl trafficking, police said. (File photograph) Haverhill Police Wednesday arrested a New Jersey man on several drug charges including fentanyl trafficking. Officer Brian Bailey took 31-year-old Roque Zabala Alcantara, of Trenton, N.J., into custody on Washington Street just before 7 p.m. In addition

Haverhill’s POSE Hosting ‘Rally for Youth’ Saturday

City empowerment group POSE hosts youth from 13-30 at Saturday’s Rally for Youth on Haverhill’s Washington Street. (File photograph) Haverhill, hear their rallying cry: The city’s POSE organization is set to gather youth from the Merrimack Valley and beyond at Saturday’s “Rally for Youth” conference on Washington Street. The weekend’s event is the second time

Merrimack Valley Students to Benefit from Align Credit Union Scholarships

Scholarship winners Sam Cook, Alex Corcoran, Sara Krusper and Taylor Kelley pose with Align’s Ken Del Rossi and Rick Piecewicz. (Courtesy photograph) Several Merrimack Valley high school students will have an easier time with college loans thanks to scholarships awarded by Align Credit Union. The Valley-based financial institution praised the efforts of more than a

Haverhill Benefits From FBI Training; Capt. Brings Back Ideas, Techniques

Capt. Robert P. Pistone, center, receives congratulations from Police Chief Alan R. DeNaro and Deputy Chief Anthony L. Haugh upon graduation from the FBI National Academy Program. (Courtesy photograph.) Haverhill will benefit from the latest crime-solving techniques, advanced communications, leadership training and worldwide contacts as a result of a 10-week FBI training program. Police Capt.

East Broadway Housing Plan Fails in Tense Three-Hour Haverhill Council Debate

Developer Larry Smith attempted to convert a former sand pit on Haverhill’s East Broadway into 30 single-family homes. (WHAV News photograph) Tempers flared at Tuesday’s public City Council hearing about the East Broadway zoning ordinance and despite developers’ best intentions, the bid failed. Larry Smith, the founder of Finagle A Bagel, planned to convert a