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Haverhill Council to Hear Plans to Study More Local Government Changes, $1.2 Million City Hall Work

Haverhill Council to Hear Plans to Study More Local Government Changes, $1.2 Million City Hall Work
Plans to elect Haverhill city councilors and School Committee members mostly by ward next year is not the end of a push to overhaul city government. Council Vice President John A. Michitson, chairperson of the Citizen Outreach Committee, plans to formally notify his colleagues and the public tonight that the subcommittee will solicit feedback on a “possible future ballot question …

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Regional News

Plaistow and Atkinson, N.H., Among Towns Offering Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day

Plaistow and Atkinson, N.H., Among Towns Offering Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day
Plaistow and Atkinson, N.H., are again participating in a multi-town Municipal Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day in April. The towns are also joined by Danville, Hampstead, Chester and Kingston Saturday, April 30, from 9 a.m.-noon, at Plaistow Public Works, 144F Main St., Plaistow. Proof of residency is required and there is a limit of 10 gallons or equivalent per household. …

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Education

Hack.Diversity Awards Fellowships to Northern Essex Students from Haverhill, Methuen and Lawrence

Hack.Diversity Awards Fellowships to Northern Essex Students from Haverhill, Methuen and Lawrence
Two Northern Essex Community College students from Haverhill and one each from Methuen and Lawrence were recently chosen for New England Venture Capital Association’s Hack.Diversity Fellowships. The selective fellowship program is focused on addressing the underrepresentation of Black and Latino talent in STEM, short for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Those selected were Haverhill’s Ana Veloz Parks and Pedro Gutierrez …

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Community Spotlight

Buttonwoods Museum Offers Free Lecture Tonight on 1692 Witch Trials in Andover

Buttonwoods Museum Offers Free Lecture Tonight on 1692 Witch Trials in Andover
“Moving Beyond Salem: The Andover Phase of the 1692 Witch Trials” is the subject of a free lecture tonight at Buttonwoods Museum. Carol Majahad, coordinator of museum education at North Andover Historical Society opens the Buttonwoods spring series tonight, Tuesday, March 22, at 6 p.m., at Buttonwoods Museum, 240 Water St., Haverhill. No reservations are required, but masks are required. …

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Business Bulletin

Former Government Aide León-Estrada Joins Alliance for Business Leadership of Boston

Former Government Aide León-Estrada Joins Alliance for Business Leadership of Boston
Josselyn De León-Estrada joined Boston-based Alliance for Business Leadership this month as director of program, policy and strategic partnerships. Most recently, she served as senior outreach director for Congresswoman Lori Trahan and previously worked as legislative aide to state Rep. Christina Minicucci and special assistant to former Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera. De Leon-Estrada is a daughter of immigrants and a …

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