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City Desk

Haverhill Driver, 77, Accused of Hit and Run Death Three Years Ago Now on Probation

Haverhill Driver, 77,  Accused of Hit and Run Death Three Years Ago Now on Probation
The 77-year-old driver, accused of motor vehicle homicide in connection with the death three years ago of a Haverhill pedestrian, is serving probation in lieu of jail time. Haverhill District Court released records on request Tuesday showing that Dimitrios Zaralidis, of 46 Pinedale Ave., Haverhill, changed his plea last Nov. 18 to guilty to motor vehicle homicide by negligent operation. …

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Council Approves Eight Market Rate Apartments at Former Haverhill VFW Headquarters on Kenoza Avenue

Council Approves Eight Market Rate Apartments at Former Haverhill VFW Headquarters on Kenoza Avenue
The former Veterans of Foreign Wars Lorraine Post 29 headquarters on Kenoza Avenue in Haverhill received the City Council’s blessing Tuesday night to be converted into eight market rate apartments. Councilors approved a special permit for the property at 62 Kenoza Ave. and an adjacent lot that will provide additional parking. Attorney Robert Harb, representing owner Sohan Saini, said the …

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Regional News

Haverhill-Amesbury Bus Route Change Delivers Better Passenger Access to Critical Services

Haverhill-Amesbury Bus Route Change Delivers Better Passenger Access to Critical Services
The Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority’s Route 51 Haverhill-Amesbury bus is making changes for better passenger access to elderly apartments, physicians’ offices, food assistance and the post office. The route change begins Monday, Feb. 14, and comes after Amesbury Mayor Kassandra Gove met with Noah Berger, the Transit Authority’s new Administrator, to make suggested improvements. “Not only is the new …

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Holy Family Methuen and Haverhill and Lawrence General Hospitals to Partner on Key Services

Holy Family Methuen and Haverhill and Lawrence General Hospitals to Partner on Key Services
Hospitals in Haverhill, Methuen, Lawrence and Boston are banding together to better coordinate affordable and easy-to-reach primary and specialty medical services. Steward Health Care, owner and operator of Holy Family Hospital in Methuen and Haverhill as well as St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton, and Lawrence General Hospital said today the clinical affiliation agreement means they will share provider resources …

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Education

Haverhill Schools Chart A Path Forward in Attempt to Block Future Cyberattacks

Haverhill Schools Chart A Path Forward in Attempt to Block Future Cyberattacks
Password policy changes, employee training, automatic upgrades of firewall and anti-ransomware programs and frequent back-ups. These are some of the ways Haverhill school department is strengthening its computer systems to avert another cyberattack as happened last April. Douglas Russell, director of technology for the schools gave the School Committee a rundown of the procedures they have taken. “Once the cyberattack …

Sections: Education, Haverhill

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Community Spotlight

Team Haverhill Asks the Public to Submit Ideas for ‘Possible Dreams’ Session Next Month

Team Haverhill Asks the Public to Submit Ideas for ‘Possible Dreams’ Session Next Month
Team Haverhill is gearing up for “Possible Dreams 2022: Small Steps – Big Impact” next month and inviting ideas that promise positive change. This year’s Possible Dreams is a virtual event, taking place Monday, March 14, at 7 p.m. Public registration begins Feb. 14. “No idea is too big or too small to spark a discussion, build energy or become …

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Business Bulletin

Haverhill Chamber Names Haverhill Family Health Center as Business of the Year; March 11 Ceremony

Haverhill Chamber Names Haverhill Family Health Center as Business of the Year; March 11 Ceremony
Haverhill Family Health Center, which opened in 2020, is the Greater Haverhill Chamber’s “Business of the Year.” The Center, at 755 Main St., Haverhill, was established by Greater Lawrence Family Health and includes primary medical care, a clinic and a full-service pharmacy. It is one of nearly two dozen businesses being honored at a breakfast, Friday March 11, from 7:30-9:30 …

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Obituaries

Rev. Kendrick L. Doe, Social Worker and Pastor for Churches in Transition, Dies at 85

Rev. Kendrick L. Doe, Social Worker and Pastor for Churches in Transition, Dies at 85
Rev. Kendrick L. “Ken” Doe, 85, passed away peacefully Jan. 28, at High Pointe House. He was the loving husband of Nancy A. (McCrackin) Doe. Born in Jay, Maine, on July 17, 1936, the son of the late Walter and Frances (Lane) Doe. Educated in New Hampshire, he graduated from Spaulding High School before continuing his education and graduating from …

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  • Mass Moments: Today in Massachusetts history, 6:45 a.m. and 3:45 p.m.
  • Melinda’s Garden Moment: Melinda Myers offers tips, 7:45 and 4:45 p.m.
  • Sound Beat: 8:45 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
  • Insight Daily: 9:45 a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
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