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Future of Local News at Risk; Join or Renew by Tonight’s Deadline

Future of Local News at Risk; Join or Renew by Tonight’s Deadline

Tom Bergeron in WHAV’s Edwin V. Johnson Newsroom two weeks ago. (Cindy Driver photograph for WHAV News.) Do you value local news? Its future is at risk. During the last 30 days, 131,391 unique visitors came to 12 million times for local news not found elsewhere, according to independent Cloudflare. Add FM radio and


Haverhill Native Allison Corneau Joins WHAV

Haverhill native Allison Corneau has returned to her local roots to join WHAV as an assistant web editor. A 2002 Haverhill High School graduate, Corneau returns to the area after 10 years in New York City, writing for outlets including Us Weekly and TV Guide. She received her journalism degree from Quinnipiac University. “I’m thrilled


Haverhill Chamber Names WHAV Business of the Month

Beverly Donovan, president and CEO, left, and John J. Guerin, membership services director, right, present the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce’s Business of the Month Award to WHAV General Manager Tim Coco in WHAV’s on-air studio. (Courtesy photograph.) The Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce has named radio station WHAV as its business of the month.