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Network Over Breakfast Friday in Methuen With the MV Chamber

Network Over Breakfast Friday in Methuen With the MV Chamber

Food and networking are planned for Friday morning, Oct. 19 in Methuen. (File photograph) Local professionals are set to mix and mingle over breakfast Friday morning from 7:45-9 a.m. at Methuen’s Nevins Memorial Library during the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce’s latest networking event. A continental breakfast will be served at 305 Broadway during the

Andover Teacher ‘Voluntarily’ Resigns Amid Child Endangerment Investigation

Doherty Middle School teacher Anthony Helinski resigned from his job Oct. 1 as he faces arraignment on alleged child endangerment charges. (Courtesy photograph/Salem, N.H. Police Department) Anthony Helinski, the Lawrence engineering teacher accused of alleged child endangerment, has given up his $85,000 a year job at Andover’s Doherty Middle School, school officials told WHAV Wednesday.

Columbia Didn’t Shut Off ‘Critical’ Valves for 3 Hours Following Gas Disaster: NTSB

Gov. Charlie Baker (third from left) joined local leaders from Andover, Lawrence and North Andover during a press conference in the wake of Sept. 13’s explosions and fires across the Merrimack Valley. (Jay Saulnier photograph for WHAV News) A preliminary report released Thursday by the National Transportation Safety Board said that Columbia Gas did not