Survival of the fittest hits home
Back in high school, all the guys wanted to be like Charlie. He was the All-American boy, captain of the football team, a three-sport star, "couldn't-do-anything-wrong" sort of fellow who had the world by the tail and wouldn't let go. You know the guContinued ...
Public should support projects aimed at improving park
Winnekenni Park is the gem of Haverhill -- no one will argue that. It's an outdoors paradise -- hundreds of wooded acres with trails, some of them along scenic Kenoza Lake; a basin where people can go fishing and ice skating; the historic castle on tContinued ...
Farmers market at hospital a great idea
It's a perfect partnership. A place that preaches health should offer food as fresh and healthy as you can find. And that's just what's happening at the city's Merrimack Valley Hospital. Last summer, the hospital started a farmers market, where visitContinued ...
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