No need to pay for parking at Hampton Beach, N.H. Monday morning as Hurricane Sandy causes heads toward the East Coast. Photo by Paul Bilodeau.
Through an artist's eyes
HAVERHILL -- Can you think of a better place for an artist to live than John Greenleaf Whittier's Birthplace? The bucolic setting at the eastern edge of the city has been attracting photographers and artists for decades. Now, the place where HaverhiContinued ...
New school, more downtown growth
HAVERHILL -- Mayor James Fiorentini will talk about several large projects coming to the downtown side of the Merrimack River and announce a modest one on the Bradford side of the waterway at his annual State of the City speech tonight. He said he wiContinued ...
Music studio owners free after rape hearing
HAVERHILL -- A couple who operate a music studio in Haverhill where accused child rapist Joshua Garsteck worked are free on personal recognizance as their case moves forward in court. Michael DeAngelis and Nancy Burger, co-owners of DeAngelis StudioContinued ...
- Craft Fair at Whittier Tech to benefit charity
- Haverhill police log
- New homes planned off Route 110
- Monday, March 10, 2014
- Answering a wake-up call
- Whittier's Birthplace featured in paintings, photos
- City weighs efforts to cut river pollution
- Sunday, March 9, 2014
- City loses another school principal
- Saturday, March 8, 2014
- Man charged with shooting person in head remains jailed
- Friday, March 7, 2014
- Legislature acts fast on prohibiting 'upskirting'
- Bank employee helps police uncover counterfeit check gang
- Council to question pot center president
- NECC art exhibit highlights Whittier's Birthplace
- Police bust drug operation in Haverhill apartment
- Thursday, March 6, 2014
- Advisers had pot license revoked
- This time, local author's voice up for award
- Local police, firefighters journey today as 'Tyler's Troops'
- Celebrating Women's History Month
- City man charged with assaulting pregnant niece
- Wednesday, March 5, 2014
- Cashing in to help students
- Council OKs plan to repair potholes
- Council looks for better way to clear snow
- Haverhill police log
- Goldman Scholarship application deadline extended
- Atkinson Postmaster dies in Qatar
- Refuge to host free bird photography presentation on Saturday
- Tuesday, March 4, 2014
- Meet the man who oversees 1,000 local homes
- Folk singer to perform at coffeehouse
- Through an artist's eyes