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New Open Mic Show: Heartquist Discusses Haverhill’s 311 Call Center

New Open Mic Show: Heartquist Discusses Haverhill’s 311 Call Center

Allison Heartquist, chief of staff to Haverhill Mayor James J. Fiorentini and the city’s director of constituent services, joins host Bill Macek and guest host Bill Ellis. Heartquist discussed the city’s “one call to City Hall,” 311, program, among other topics. After 1:22pm on Tuesday March 6th, 2018 this article available to paying WHAV members

1620 Workwear Apparel Company Moves HQ to Haverhill

Ted De Innocentis (left) and Josh Walker of Haverhill-based apparel company 1620 Workwear. (Courtesy photograph) Haverhill’s downtown business district has a new neighbor. Apparel entrepreneurs Josh Walker and Ted De Innocentis recently relocated their clothing line 1620 Workwear to Wingate Street and have been using their Haverhill HQ to facilitate much of the production on

Whittier Tech to Launch New Dental Assisting Program With $420K State Grant

Merrimack Valley residents eager to advance their career in dental assisting will soon be able to further their education at Haverhill’s Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School. The school has been awarded a $420,000 grant to fund a new secondary dental assisting program through the Baker-Polito Administration’s Skills Capital Grant awards. Whittier Tech is one

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