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Haverhill School Administrators Agree to Beef Up Security, Report and Keep Tabs on Student Violence

Haverhill School Administrators Agree to Beef Up Security, Report and Keep Tabs on Student Violence
Haverhill school administrators say the problem when it comes to curbing student violence is a lack of personnel to handle the job. Haverhill School Committee members Monday night authorized the school administration to bring in outside security temporarily and keep tabs on the situation—all in response to two female students fighting last Thursday at Haverhill High School cafeteria.  School Superintendent …

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Haverhill Councilors to Consider Expanding Outdoor Restaurant Dining Throughout the City

Haverhill Councilors to Consider Expanding Outdoor Restaurant Dining Throughout the City
Haverhill city councilors are being asked to consider an outdoor dining plan that, at least temporarily, covers the entire city rather than just downtown. Haverhill Mayor James J. Fiorentini told councilors in a letter Friday the proposal simply extends last year’s pandemic-shaped outdoor dining plan, but will eventually be consolidated with the city’s standard open-air eating and drinking ordinance. “This …

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Multicultural Festival Names Kelley as Project Manager for August Event

Multicultural Festival Names Kelley as Project Manager for August Event
Shawna Kelley will again serve as project manager for this summer’s Multicultural Festival in Haverhill. As project manager, Kelley has been tasked with growing the festival by welcoming the public and organizing food trucks, vendor tables, musicians and activities for children and adults. “We are hoping to have a great Multicultural Festival with many cultures from all across our great …

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Education

Pentucket Regional High School Seniors Learn Parenting Skills with Sock Babies

Pentucket Regional High School Seniors Learn Parenting Skills with Sock Babies
Pentucket Regional High School seniors recently took part in a project designed to simulate taking care of a young child. Early last month, students in teacher Ruth Beaton’s AP Psychology class took care of sock babies as if they were actual children as part of the Developmental Psychology Unit. Students created their babies in class from socks, buttons and other …

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Community Spotlight

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Haverhill Invites Community to Join Walk for Youth April 30

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Haverhill Invites Community to Join Walk for Youth April 30
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Haverhill is hosting its Walk for Youth—a 1.5 mile walk through downtown Haverhill—at the end of the month in support of the Club’ youth programs. The first 50 donors who give $100 or more towards will be listed on the 2022 Walk for Youth t-shirt. The walk takes place on Saturday, April 30, …

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Business Bulletin

New Directors and Corporators Join Pentucket Bank at 130th Annual Meeting in March

New Directors and Corporators Join Pentucket Bank at 130th Annual Meeting in March
(Additional photograph below.) Pentucket Bank welcomed several new directors and corporators during its 130th annual meeting last month. President and CEO Jonathan H. Dowst said those joining the bank’s Board of Directors and Trustees are Noemi Custodia-Lora of Haverhill and Joel Olbricht of Deerfield, N.H. Joining the Board of Corporators are Kathleen Darby of Haverhill; Denise Dolloff of Derry, N.H.; …

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Obituaries

Richard ‘Rick’ Earle Seaman, Former Disc Jockey, Dies at 72

Richard ‘Rick’ Earle Seaman, Former Disc Jockey, Dies at 72
Richard “Rick” Earle Seaman, 72, of Londonderry, N.H., formerly of Haverhill, passed away April 3, Parkland Medical in Derry. He was born in Haverhill on Oct. 28, 1949, son of the late Earle W. Seaman Jr. and Norma I. (Fitts) Seaman. He was educated in Haverhill and attended UMass Lowell and then Northeast Broadcasting in Boston. He was employed as …

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