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About: haverhill, massachusetts

Located on the Merrimack River, it began as a farming community that would evolve into an important industrial center, beginning with sawmills and gristmills run by water power. In the 18th century, Haverhill developed tanneries, shipping and shipbuilding. The town was for many decades home to a significant shoe-making industry, earning it the title of the "Queen Slipper City of the World. "

Population: 60521
Local Newspapers: The Eagle-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) New England Patriots (NFL) Boston Celtics (NBA) Boston Bruins (NHL)
Local Colleges: Northern Essex Community College Zion Bible College

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Towns/Cities near haverhill, massachusetts : Bradford Groveland Georgetown Ward Hill

Haverhill News
Elder-law seminar Feb. 27 in Tewksbury

Learn the pros and cons of realty trusts, declarations of a homestead, reverse mortgages and long-term care insurance at a seminar called "Protecting the House: Elder Law Seminar" on Tuesday, Feb. 27, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Blaire House, 10 Erlin Terrace, Tewksbury. The event, presented by Haverhill attorneys Thomas LaPorte and Robert Jutras, is free and open to the public.

Winter storm dumps 9 inches of snow across parts of state, but warmup is on its way

This weekend's winter storm blew across Massachusetts overnight, leaving parts of the state with 9 inches of snow by the time the flakes stopped falling early Sunday morning, according to the National Weather Service. The snow began shortly after 8 p.m. Saturday coming in west to east across the state, with the last flakes falling on Boston about 8 a.m. Sunday, said Alan Dunham, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

When to worry if your child has the flu

The news that a 6-year-old Haverhill girl died of the flu has alarmed parents and others who take care of children. In the midst of one of the worst flu seasons in recent years, many are asking: When should they worry, if their child develops flu-like symptoms? Most parents know that flu-like symptoms - a runny nose, sore throat, and fever - can be treated at home with rest, fluids, and fever-reducing medication like ibuprofen.

Haverhill officials confirm first-grader died from the flu

Haverhill school officials confirmed that a local first-grader who died from influenza was the state's first flu-related pediatric death of the year. Superintendent James F. Scully said the child was a student at Golden Hill Elementary School and said additional counseling staff were assigned to the school Tuesday morning and would be on call throughout the rest of the week.

6-year-old from Massachusetts dies from flu

HAVERHILL, Mass. A first grade student from just outside Boston became the first flu-related child death in Massachusetts this year.

Dracut partnering with CBA to develop veterans housing

The Board of Selectmen on Tuesday unanimously ratified the town's plan to allow the Coalition for a Better Acre to develop the former Dracut Centre School/Town Hall Annex at 11 Spring Park Ave. into eight units of affordable housing for working veterans. According to its website, CBA is a membership-based community development corporation dedicated to resident empowerment and sustainable community revitalization for current and future residents of Lowell and the Merrimack Valley.

First Mass. child dies of flu

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health said Tuesday that the child was under the age of 10 and lived in Essex County. Newscenter 5 has learned that the child is a 6-year-old girl who died this week in Haverhill.

Dracut earns title; Bourdelais champ

Dracut High won the Small School title with 136.3 points at the Merrimack Valley Conference Gymnastics Championship Meet at A2 Gym and Cheer Thursday in Salem, N.H. Bryce McDonald of Dracut was named the Senior Gymnast of the Year. Dracut's Paige Allen was the MVC Small School Coach of the Year.

Teen "set-up" by man he met on Grindr, beaten in ruthless attack Source: WPXI

HAVERHILL, Mass. - Five teenagers are being held without bail in the case of a vicious beating in a remote area of Haverhill.

MA Fentanyl Incidents Prompt Exposure Training

Captain Tony Milan, EMS Battalion Commander for City of Miami Fire Rescue, upper right, works on an overdose victim with his crew on Thusday, Nov. 17, 2017. The victim was suspected of a heroin/fentanyl overdose.

Leonard Elliott, 48

Born in Melrose on November 24, 1969 he was the son of Linda J. Elliott of Wakefield. He was the step-father of Christopher Kelly of Florida.

PixelFLEXa Sets The Tone Downtown With HC Media And Fishbrook Design

HC Media Studio 101 debuts with an exciting LED video display which illuminates downtown Haverhill, Massachusetts, using FLEXLite NXG 3.9mm LED video technology As the cable access provider for the City of Haverhill, Massachusetts, HC Media is a non-profit corporation developed to provide residents and other non-profit institutions access to the medium of television. Recently unveiling their new Studio 101 located downtown in the Harbor Place building, HC Media wanted to create a captivating visual display that would excite the entire community and illuminate the revitalized downtown district.

Personal debt: Why now is a critical time to pay off credit cards

Americans' debt levels have been growing and interest rates are rising - a combination that could put consumers in a bind if they carry a balance on their cards. A customer inserts a credit card to buy gas in Haverhill, Mass.

Massachusetts Legislature: 2017 and 2018 ~ Rep. Linda Dean Campbell

The House of Representatives passed comprehensive and responsible reforms to the criminal justice law in Massachusetts which addresses a number of important issues such as sentencing and juvenile justice, diversion to substance addiction treatment for certain offenders, and increased penalties for the trafficking of Carfentanil and Fentanyl and for OUIs. I am thankful for the support of my colleagues for an important amendment I filed which limits the amount of time an inmate with a serious mental illness can stay in solitary confinement, reducing it from 30 days down to 15 days while they wait for a bed in a secure treatment unit.

Man shot by Lowell police gets up to life in prison

A 49-year-old Haverhill man who was shot by Lowell police as they arrived at a 2016 home invasion was sentenced to up to life in prison after a judge determined he is both an armed career criminal and habitual offender. Timothy Berry was shot twice in the arm by Officer Buntha Kieng when Kieng arrived at the Feb. 6, 2016, home invasion and allegedly saw Berry pointing a gun at him from a stairwell inside 29 Pine Hill St. Prosecutors said Berry and Christopher Covey, 46, of Groveland, posed as police officers and forced their way into the home of Thomas Cardona in search of 5 pounds of marijuana and about $20,000 in cash.

Disability advocates allege abuse, neglect at Haverhill kindergarten

An advocacy group says it has uncovered evidence of abuse and neglect at a Massachusetts public kindergarten that serves many children with disabilities. The Boston-based Disability Law Center said Thursday that among other things, the Crowell Kindergarten Center in Haverhill overused restraints on at least one 5-year old student with disabilities and punished students for crying or acting up by keeping them in closets.

Why now is a critical time to pay off credit card debt

In this June 15, 2017, file photo, a customer inserts a credit card to buy gas in Haverhill, Mass. It's always good to pay off your credit card debt, but now may be a better time than ever to do so.

Man killed by commuter rail train in Lawrence

The man, who was about 30 years old, was on the tracks near the city's commuter rail station on Merrimack Street when he was struck by an inbound train on the Haverhill line around 2:30 p.m., the agency said in a statement. Service on the line was disrupted for several hours.

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