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Lt. Gov. Polito in Haverhill Today to Welcome City Into Cybersecurity Awareness Grant Program

Lt. Gov. Polito in Haverhill Today to Welcome City Into Cybersecurity Awareness Grant Program
Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito is expected to be in Haverhill today to recognize the city’s efforts to improve its cybersecurity. Haverhill is among cities and towns taking part in the 2022 Municipal Cybersecurity Awareness Grant Program, offered by the state Executive Office of Technology Services and Security. The typically year-long program aims to train at least 60,000 municipal and school …

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Covanta Voluntarily Reduces Certain Gas Releases Below State Limits; Posts Actual Data Online

Covanta Voluntarily Reduces Certain Gas Releases Below State Limits; Posts Actual Data Online
Covanta’s Massachusetts waste-to-energy operations, including one in Haverhill, are voluntarily reducing releases of certain gases far below state limits and making actual data available to the public online. According to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, Covanta raised the issue in response to Emission Control Plan permits issued by the state agency. “Covanta has committed to reducing NOx emissions by …

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Regional News

State Notes Increase in Accidental Pediatric Poisonings Related to Cannabis Products

State Notes Increase in Accidental Pediatric Poisonings Related to Cannabis Products
State officials are seeing an increase in pediatric exposure to cannabis products, and there is an effort afoot to respond with a public information campaign. “We really feel as if like much more information needs to be out there,” Patricia Henley of the Department of Public Health said Monday morning. Henley told fellow members of a Cannabis Advisory Board Public …

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Education

Students from Haverhill High VIP Team Address Legislators Wednesday on Need for Support

Students from Haverhill High VIP Team Address Legislators Wednesday on Need for Support
Students from Haverhill High School’s Violence Intervention & Prevention Team join their peers from three other schools Wednesday in letting state legislators know what they need to “to feel supported in school.” Students are also expected to encourage legislators during the online forum to consider setting aside more money for Safe and Supportive Schools grants. The young leaders prepared for …

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Community Spotlight

Cancer Survivor and Author Anne Marie Bennett Addresses Women’s City Club of Haverhill March 15

Cancer Survivor and Author Anne Marie Bennett Addresses Women’s City Club of Haverhill March 15
Author Anne Marie Bennett shares her inspiring journey from cancer to recovery with members of the Women’s City Club of Haverhill at an upcoming meeting. Bennett kept journals of her treatments and published two books, in hopes of giving support to anyone who has faced difficult journeys in life. Her books include “Bright Side of the Road: A Spiritual Journey …

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Langley-Adams and Other Libraries Present ‘Living in Tough Times’ with the Museum of Bad Art March 14

Langley-Adams and Other Libraries Present ‘Living in Tough Times’ with the Museum of Bad Art March 14
Groveland’s Langley-Adams Library and other local public libraries are presenting an online program featuring “Living in Tough Times” from the Museum of Bad Art of Boston. Museum Curator in Chief Michael Frank takes viewers through the program exploring how art has helped people through this global pandemic, climate change and political upheaval. The free program takes place Monday, March 14, …

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  • WIN for Breakfast: Local news, weather, traffic, sports and information. Win Damon is light, lively and local, 6-9 a.m. Guests: Greater Haverhill Chamber President and CEO Alex Eberhardt and Pentucket Regional School District Superintendent Justin Bartholomew.
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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.
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