The condition of many Haverhill city streets is frustrating drivers and possibly putting their safety at risk. City Councilor Joseph J. Bevilacqua presented photographs at Tuesday’s City Council meeting depicting the harsh conditions facing drivers on some of the roads undergoing repaving and other improvements. He said motorists are facing potholes and other obstacles on streets where repaving is being left unfinished. “The problem is that the streets are left in a very, very poor condition from excavation or roadway repairs.
A restored Civil War cannon has taken up residence at the Methuen Police Station after sitting in storage for nearly a decade. Methuen Police Department’s curator of historical artifacts, Officer Aaron Little, his son Ben and retired Greater Lawrence Tech. lead auto body instructor Thomas Hatem delivered and carefully assembled the Civil War Model 1841, six-pounder field gun in the hallway of the Quinn Public Safety Building, just outside of Sanborn Hall.
This fall, Northern Essex Community College will offer a first-of-its-kind associate degree program for students majoring in Early Childhood Education and geared to non-traditional learners. Students will have the option to take all required online degree and certificate courses in the competency-based education model. Those already working in fields their studying may demonstrate what they already know and accelerate through the coursework.
The Haverhill Police Relief Association presents chances to win a Mercedes-Benz and a Myrtle Beach Golf Trip for four during its 23rd Annual Golf Tournament Friday. The tournament features a four-person scramble format and begins Friday, Aug. 12, with registration and refreshments at 7:30 a.m., shotgun start at 8:30 and a buffet lunch, at Bradford Country Club, 201 Chadwick Road, Haverhill.