Haverhill students may be on summer break, but for educators across the city, it's back to work as usual now that Commissioner of Education Jeffrey C. Riley issued additional guidance about fall's return to school amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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HAVERHILL — When it comes to the downtown stretch of the Merrimack River, everything is falling into place.

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Rally cries for racial equality are echoing across the country and penetrating town and city halls in Haverhill and across the region, where leaders are planning forums on the topic and policy reform is largely underway.

CNA Stores, the retail marijuana shop on River Street, helped fill Market Basket grocery carts for 70 families in need last week.

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Despite the pandemic, Northern Essex Community College graduates — 600 strong — received their diplomas and congratulations recently.

14 7 Sister Road: 14 Seven Sister RT and Randall B. Bowlby to Robero M. Gomes-DeAraujo and H L. DeCastro-Baptista, $610,000

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After growing out his hair for three years, 9-year-old Max Gagne decided to have his strawberry blond locks cut off to help in the fight against colon cancer.

If you've been in the parking lot of the Hartleb Technology Center at Northern Essex Community College lately, you might have noticed a number of ornamental trees have been removed from islands in the lot.

Summer is officially here, and with the heat comes the latest part of Gov. Charlie Baker's reopening plan.

Several streets of the city and a park near downtown were recently the home of a protest similar to events happening across the country.

Nurse faces up to 10 years in prison, tampered with patients' morphine

37 Brickett Hill Circle: Morgan Stanley Mortgage to Gayrat Akhmadaliev and Gulbakhor Alimova, $295,000

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Rose Flynn stepped out of her Pilgrim Road home and onto the street, and she didn’t stop walking until 12 hours later.

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A judge has ruled that two men charged in a shooting on West Lowell Avenue are a danger to the public, ordering the accused shooter to remain behind bars and his accomplice to around-the-clock house arrest.

Northern Essex Community College's 600 graduating students are working their way around the coronavirus crisis.

Northern Essex Community College's 600 graduating students are working their way around the coronavirus crisis.

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The kind of protests that have been happening across the nation hit home last weekend, as hundreds of people participated in a Black Lives Matter march along the river and into the center of Haverhill.

One week into outdoor dining during the COVID-19 crisis, Haverhill restaurant owners say business is slowly returning and there's a definite learning curve — but the summer forecast is looking bright. 

For local military veterans and their families, it's almost time to come home.

Most students get their high school diploma and then go off to college, but Newburyport native Violet Merrill took what she calls “a nontraditional path.''

The Rev. John Delaney's big day was approaching, and staff members at Sacred Hearts Church were determined not to let the coronavirus crisis get in the way.

16 11th Ave.: Wilmington T NA Tr to Jorge Recinos-Lopez, $510,000

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Skyler Shipley grew up in a family of helpers, so it was only natural for the 18-year-old Haverhill resident to decide to enroll in the health occupations program at Whittier Regional High School.

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