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Council Signs Letter of Support for $400K State Grant for Cogswell Rehab

Council Signs Letter of Support for $400K State Grant for Cogswell Rehab

Haverhill City Councilors signed a letter of support for Creative Haverhill and the Reinvent Cogswell initiative, backing the organization’s application for a $400,000 grant from the state Cultural Council. If approved, the grant would double the organization’s treasury and speed the effort to rehabilitate the hundred-year-old school. Council Vice President Thomas J. Sullivan (pictured) praised

Emmaus Hosting Day of Service to Honor Martin Luther King, Jr.

Longtime Emmaus volunteer Michael Reid lent a hand during the group’s 2017 event. (Courtesy photograph) Haverhill’s Emmaus is gearing up for a community-wide day of service to mark Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. “Journey to Freedom: The Dream Continues” takes place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, 26 White St., Haverhill

Ryan-Ciardiello Alleges School Committee ‘Dirty Politics,’ Calls Colleagues Bullies

Maura L. Ryan-Ciardiello, Haverhill School Committee member. Haverhill School Committee member Maura L. Ryan-Ciardiello is not mincing words in the New Year when it comes to her views on the 2018 board. In a scathing Facebook post on Thursday, the former committee president called out her colleagues for alleged dirty politics and bullying directed at