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Catch the Wave at 97.9 WHAV ♦ October 24, 2021
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City Swears in New Police Chief Pistone, Who Promises Openness and ‘a New Era of Policing’

City Swears in New Police Chief Pistone, Who Promises Openness and ‘a New Era of Policing’
Haverhill native Robert P. Pistone formally became the city’s new police chief during a ceremony this morning in which he promised to lead the “new era of policing.” Ushered in with the sound of bagpipes, performed by the Lawrence-based Clan MacPherson Pipes and Drums with Haverhill Police Officer William O’Connell, and a Haverhill Police Honor Guard, Pistone told a crowded …

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