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Haverhill, Methuen to Benefit from State Youth Summer Jobs Grant

Haverhill, Methuen to Benefit from State Youth Summer Jobs Grant

Teens in Haverhill are among those being put to work in their community in an effort to promote healthy living statewide. (WHAV News photograph by Jay Saulnier) Merrimack Valley youth in the cities of Haverhill and Methuen are among those being put to work this summer through Attorney General Maura Healey’s seasonal jobs initiative, the

Rejected in Haverhill, Fulgoni Accepts Job as Amesbury’s School Chief

Haverhill’s Assistant School Superintendent Jared Fulgoni. (WHAV News file photograph.) Rejected in March to head Haverhill Public Schools, Jared Fulgoni is headed to Amesbury to serve as interim school superintendent. Fulgoni was selected Monday night by the Amesbury School Committee to succeed Superintendent Gary Reese. While the job title suggests temporary, Fulgoni told WHAV, officials

Patriots Star Malcolm Mitchell Touts Youth Literacy During Haverhill ‘Reading Rally’

New England Patriots star Malcolm Mitchell reads to Haverhill students from his book “The Magician’s Hat” during a Monday “reading rally” at the YMCA. (WHAV News photograph) With just days to go before school’s out for the summer, New England Patriots wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell appeared before a crowd of nearly 300 Monday at Haverhill’s

Haverhill to Officially Welcome Superintendent Marotta at Wednesday Reception

Haverhill’s new Superintendent Margaret Marotta takes over as head of the district on July 1. (Courtesy photograph) Ahead of Friday’s final day of school across the district, Haverhill’s incoming Superintendent Margaret Marotta will be welcomed to the city at a Wednesday afternoon reception hosted by Mayor James J. Fiorentini. From 2-4 p.m., on June 20,

J.F Maddox Foundation Donates $10K to Support Haverhill YMCA’s Summer Reading Program

YMCA Regional Executive Director Tracy Fuller (left) celebrated the Summer Readers’ Camp donation alongside Pentucket Lake Principal Dianne Connolly, School Committeeman Richard J. Rosa and donor Dr. John Maddox. (WHAV News photograph) Summer slide? Not in Haverhill! In the city’s latest effort to have all students reading at grade level by the end of third

Haverhill Opens Cooling Centers as Temps Climb Into 90s; Plug Pond Opens Friday

A view of Haverhill’s Basiliere Bridge as seen from the Merrimack River. (WHAV News photograph by Jay Saulnier) Haverhill Mayor James J. Fiorentini Tuesday announced the opening of several cooling centers citywide as the Merrimack Valley braces for combined temperatures and humidity that could make the area feel like 100 degrees. Fiorentini’s announcement comes on