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Northern Essex, Haverhill Schools, AgeSpan, Others Take Part in Dominican Republic Exchange
A cross section of Merrimack Valley professionals, ranging from Haverhill educators to regional healthcare providers, spent last week in the Dominican Republic in an effort to better understand the needs and aims of immigrants. The trip, the sixth one organized over the years by Northern Essex Community College Vice President...
Haverhill Firefighters Schlothan and Tarpy Graduate from Massachusetts Firefighting Academy
Two Haverhill firefighters were recently among 23 graduates from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy’s 50-day Career Recruit Firefighting Training Program. Haverhill firefighters Corey Schlothan and Alek Tarpy joined other recruits from Acton, Chelmsford, Fitchburg, Gloucester, Holden, Hudson, Medfield, Middleton, Nantucket, Shrewsbury, Walpole, Weston, Wilmington, Winchester and Woburn as part of Class 309.
The Bathroom at Billy’s Chowder House in Wells, Maine, Will Make You Want to Be a Thief
Somehow, at some point, they got massive upgrades. Like, massive enough to actually be talked about outside of when it's just being used. Over the summer, what was considered "the most magical-looking bathroom in New England" was highlighted and unofficially named to be inside the walls of The Music Hall in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Stacks Host ‘Downtown Experience’ Business Networking Mixer
Stacks Restaurant in downtown Haverhill is hosting members of the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce for a “Downtown Experience” business networking mixer. There will be appetizers and beverages and a door prize drawing. The mixer takes place Wednesday, March 29, from 5-7 p.m., at Stacks Restaurant, 122 Washington...
Lee, NH Solves the Mystery of the Manure
The company responsible for dumping a load of chicken manure on Route 125 in Lee had come forward and taken responsibility for the mishap. The road was closed late Thursday morning when a dump truck left the manure in the southbound lanes in front of the Lee Marketplace. Lee Police...
Salem police looking to ID suspects following theft from Nike store
SALEM — Two suspects are wanted in connection with a theft at a Nike store in Salem, New Hampshire. The theft occurred on March 11 and totaled close to $1,000. According to Salem police, the suspects attempted to leave the store without arousing suspicion. The theft was discovered shortly...
ATM thefts and vehicle fires in Portsmouth, Somersworth: Brothers and wife charged
Police allege two brothers and one of their wives set fires to divert officers while they stole ATMs filled with cash from banks in Portsmouth and Somersworth last fall. Tens of thousands of dollars were stolen and tens of thousands of dollars in property damage was caused by the crimes, according to court records and prosecutors in Rockingham and Strafford counties.
Hatch Addresses Essex County Community Foundation’s Institute for Trustees Tomorrow
Rachel Hatch, chief operating officer at Institute for the Future, kicks off tomorrow’s14th annual Institute for Trustees presented by Essex County Community Foundation. This year’s Institute celebrating the resilience of nonprofits in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic that saw organizations pivot, step up and persevere over the last three years.
Pig abandoned in Boston finds home with NH family
THROUGH HIS JOURNEY HOME. HI. WELCOME HOME. TODAY, THE MUSTACHIOED FAMILY IS LITERALLY BRINGING HOME THE BACON. DON’T FORGET CHARLOTTE’S WEB AND BABE, WE CLEARED IT. A TYPE OF PIG THAT’S NORMALLY BORN TO BE BACON NOW ADOPTED INTO THE FAMILY. AND LIVING IN KINGSTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE, I KIND OF BECAME THAT PIG LADY. KIM, MISTY, SHE AND HER HUSBAND ALREADY OWN TWO 700 POUNDS PIGS. NOW, AT CLARENDON, IT’S A PIGLET, TRIPLE EIGHT. AND SHE JOINS LULU AND PATOOTIE. I KNEW SHE WOULD WORK WELL WITH ME, TOO. AND THAT WAS THE BIGGEST THING. I WOULDN’T BRING ANOTHER ANIMAL. THAT WOULDN’T MESH WELL WITH THEM. HOWEVER, THE ROAD TO KINGSTON WASN’T EASY. THIS LITTLE PIGGY WAS ILLEGALLY TRANSPORTED TO MASSACHUSETTS, SITS AND ABANDONED IN A BOSTON AREA HOME. NEWS GOT OUT AND FRIENDS WERE LETTING HIM KNOW. SHE SAID, YOU HAVE TO LOOK AT THIS PIG. AND I WAS LIKE, OH, ALL RIGHT. SO THE ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE IN DEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, ACTUALLY HAD CLEARED IN FOR ABOUT SIX MONTHS. BUT WHEN THE MISTY SCHEEL FAMILY HEARD OF HER STORY, THEY JUST HAD TO BRING HER HOME. SHE’S NOT A SANCTUARY. BUT WHEN I SAW HER, I WAS LIKE, OH, SHE’S SO LITTLE. ALL RIGHT. SO I FIGURED I’D GO MEET HER. AND THEN I MET HER. AND HER PERSONALITY IS JUST OUT OF THIS WORLD. HOW DO YOU SAY NO? CLARENDON IS ALREADY PART OF THE FAMILY, BUT THERE WAS ONE MORE QUESTION. I STILL HAD TO ASK IS THREE. IT THREE. IF I HAD TEN ACRES, I’D HAVE.
Customers test positive for THC after eating ice cream from cafe, police say
NEWMARKET, N.H. (Gray News) - Authorities in New Hampshire are investigating how several people reported getting ill after eating ice cream at an area cafe. According to the Newmarket Police Department, several patrons became sick last week after eating Angelo’s Amore ice cream at Roots Local Cafe and Catering.
Community steps up to help wrangle loose alpacas in Brentwood
BRENTWOOD, N.H. — Alpacas running down a Brentwood road caused a small traffic jam Wednesday. Brentwood police said Hidden Pond Farm the neighborhood from Kennedy Circle were willing to drop what they were doing to help Sgt. Doty wrangle the animals. The five alpacas were safely captured and brought...
Airline passenger from NH honored for tackling man in flight attack
EXETER, N.H. — An airline passenger who helped tackle a man trying to stab a flight attendant with a broken metal spoon was honored Friday by his hometown police department in New Hampshire. Jeff Neil, a former bouncer who now works for a software company, received the “Citizen Award”...
Man pulls owl out of chimney in Exeter
EXETER, N.H. — One chimney sweep had an interesting day on the job in Exeter when he found an animal he's never come across in his work before. Kyle Ware is a chimney sweep for A Merrie Sweepe Chimney Service. He said he's seen animals like squirrels or raccoons...
Haverhill, Massachusetts, Man Running Across America a Second Time for Charity
Running across America from Los Angles, California, to Newburyport, Massachusetts, in 2021 was not enough for Haverhill native, Mike Wilson. He's doing it again. This time, he's starting on March 1, 2024. "Can’t believe I’m doing it again because by the end of it, I was so done with it,...
Barrett Kicks Off Haverhill Mayoral Run, Receives DiZoglio, Vargas, Campbell Plaudits
Haverhill City Councilor Melinda E. Barrett formally launched her campaign for mayor Thursday night, receiving the endorsements of state Auditor Diana DiZoglio, state Rep. Andy X. Vargas, former state Rep. Linda Dean Campbell and former Haverhill City Councilor Mary Ellen Daly O’Brien. The reception, according to campaign staff, also...
Letter: Citizens ready to oppose next version of Bruni project
The Bruni project is back in the news almost two years after the ZBA issued its decision on the application for a comprehensive permit under State 40B regulations. Recognizing the battle’s importance, residents formed Ipswich Citizens for Sustainable Growth (ICSG) and raised funds for experienced 40B legal representation, ensuring a robust legal effort to shrink or deny this oversized and inappropriate development.
North Andover Voters Cast Local Election Ballots Tuesday
North Andover residents go to the polls tomorrow to fill seats on the Select Board, School Committee, Housing Authority and Greater Lawrence Technical School District Committee. Two three-year seats are up on the Select Board with incumbent Laura M. Bates seeking re-election and Brian Edward Roache up for the seat...
Who's playing at Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom in 2023? Here's what to expect
HAMPTON — I’m not going to lie; I’m still feeling the snow that came down and buried the drive last week. Nearly two feet at my house. All that said, spring has officially arrived, and the bulk of that storm and all storms prior has mostly melted away. Funny how that happens. And though my arms and legs are still sore from pushing all that stuff around, they’re not sore enough to prevent me from...
Police investigating break-in at card and game shop in Derry
DERRY, N.H. — Police in Derry are investigating a smash-and-grab break-in at a card and game shop in Derry. Jason West, owner of Midgard Hobbies and Games, said the store was called by police around 6 a.m. Saturday morning to be alerted that their front door had been smashed in.
West Elm, Shake Shack, Tavern in the Square set to open first New Hampshire locations in Salem this year
SALEM, N.H. — A home furniture store and popular fast-food restaurant are opening their first New Hampshire locations this summer. Both West Elm and Shake Shack will debut at the Tuscan Village in Salem. Another restaurant opening its first New Hampshire location at the development is Tavern in the...
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