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McGonagle Seeks to Save Over-55 Home Project, Possibly at Paperboard Site

McGonagle Seeks to Save Over-55 Home Project, Possibly at Paperboard Site

With the Merrimack River at his back, developer Larry Smith contemplated the possibilities of building an over-55 community off East Brodway. (WHAV News photograph.) Haverhill City Councilor Michael S. McGonagle wants to see the developer of over-55 homes build in Haverhill—even if not on East Broadway, where his effort to add an overlay zoning district

Shoe City Bistro Opens Above Peddler’s Daughter on Haverhill’s Wingate Street

Shoe City Bistro, 45 Wingate St., Haverhill, opens at 4:30 p.m. daily for dinner and introduces a weekly Sunday brunch starting June 24. (Courtesy photographs) Haverhill’s downtown restaurant scene is expanding with the introduction of Wingate Street’s Shoe City Bistro, now open above Peddler’s Daughter at 45 Wingate St. Owned and operated by the Peddler’s

Finalists Chosen for Mount Washington ‘Quality of Life’ Pitch Contest: See Their Ideas

Mount Washington Alliance’s “Quality of Life” pitch contest wraps up on Monday, June 25. (File photograph) Neighbors in Haverhill’s Mount Washington area are getting creative—for a good cause. For the Mount Washington Alliance’s “Quality of Life” pitch contest, more than a dozen people who live in the area submitted their plans to better their community

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