Report road woes: Potholes arrived early this year and the city is encouraging residents to report them. You can call the DPW at 978-374-2364 or you can submit a pothole repair request online at www.ci.haverhill.ma.us. There are two ways to get to the pothole repair request form. At the top left of the city’s webpage under “Departments,” select “DPW” then “Highway” then “Pothole Repair Requests.” Or half way down the left side of the city’s webpage, under “City Departments,” select “Highway” then “Pothole Repair Requests.” City officials said the goal is to repair potholes within 48 hours of their being reported.
White teeth, big ideas: Pearly Whites Express, located at 143 Essex St., Suite 208, recently hosted the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce staff for a complimentary tooth whitening session. Chamber staff and local business owners were recently spotted at Keon’s 105 Bistro planning their next Restaurant Mystery Tour — an evening event where guests enjoy a complimentary cocktail hour and limo ride to an undisclosed restaurant destination, a three-course gourmet meal and after party.
Congratulations: Pentucket Bank’s very own downtown Haverhill branch manager, Kerri-Ann Godin, might blind you with her new bling – this fall she became engaged.
Bunnies and Leprechauns: Breakfast with the Easter Bunny, a free event sponsored by the Pentucket Kiwanis Club, will be held the Saturday of Easter Weekend at Maria’s Restaurant on Essex Street. The Exchange Club of Haverhill is working on plans for its annual St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast at DiBurro’s, which will actually be held on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17.
Took the cake: New City Councilor Melinda Barrett celebrated a birthday recently and the best present she got was her mother’s home-made cake. It’s a white cake with raspberry filling and a sweet butter frosting.