The adage of “see something, say something” rang true in the Mount Washington neighborhood last week, as Mayor James Fiorentini and Police Chief Alan DeNaro heard concerns from nearly 60 residents during a community meeting about gun and gang violence.
Cantor Vera Broekhuysen, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, has been named a Global Justice Fellow by the American Jewish World Service.
Since 1959, The Haverhill Gazette Santa Claus Trust Fund has assisted the needy in the Haverhill area through generous contributions from local businesses, organizations and individuals. This year, the cry for help in our communities is as great as ever and we are striving to assist more families. Our goal is $15,000.
The latest chapter in the tradition of a strong Haverhill business community features changes to the commercial landscape and how they benefit the city.
This special section takes a look at those changes.
For nearly 160 years, a church stood at Main and Winter streets.
In recent years, several commercial areas in Haverhill have gotten makeovers, boosting the success of the business community and giving residents more places to shop and dine.
The biggest commercial property makeover in recent years in Haverhill has happened at the eastern entrance to downtown.
The RiversEdge Plaza, located on Lincoln Avenue between Riverside Park and the recently built Groveland Bridge that carries Route 97 into Groveland, is gaining new economic life.
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Charlemont - Carolyn P. (Cook) Hazel, 85, formerly of Haverhill, died at home in Charlemont, Mass. on Sunday, December 1, 2019. She leaves behind her husband, Maurice, son, Edward both of Charlemont, daughters, Teena of Virginia and Susan of Camden, NJ. Services will be held in the spring at…
- J. Robert Mershon, age 91, of Atlanta, Georgia died on November 24, 2019. Bob was very active in his community, as an officer of his Temple and a two-time president of the local B'nai B'rith lodge. Bob was also very committed to local charities devoting hours to many fundraising efforts. B…
Pompano Beach, FL - Robert enjoyed traveling up the New England's old coastal Rte. 1. He was proud to have the nickname "Captain or Commodore" from all his years of sailing and motor cruising with his family up the coast of Maine on his yacht "Witchcraft". Robert is survived by his sons, Rob…