On #GivingTuesday, Keep Local News Coming

Tom Bergeron, who began his career at WHAV in 1972, points to his mentor, the late Edwin V. Johnson. (Cindy Driver photograph for WHAV News.)

Now, More than Ever

On-air, online and in social media, no one provides more Greater Haverhill news than 97.9 WHAV FM.

While others continue to cut back, WHAV has expanded to meet community needs. Besides providing even more local news—keeping our leaders accountable—WHAV has added live City Council and School Committee broadcasts, live play-by-play coverage of all Haverhill Hillies football games, greater local talk and more vital community programming That’s what you would expect from the only Haverhill-based news source.

But, nonprofit WHAV needs your help to meet growing demands. Please consider a WHAV News membership or an added annual gift by clicking here.

If you prefer to send your contribution, mail to:

WHAV
189 Ward Hill Ave.
Haverhill, MA 01835

Thank you for your support of WHAV and local news!

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