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  • State hikes ratings of 3 Haverhill schools to Level 1 Status

    Superintendent James F. Scully reported today that three Haverhill schools — Pentucket Lake, Nettle Middle and Bradford Elementary — have received Level 1 Status by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Pentucket Lake and Nettle Middle schools moved up two levels, from Level 3 to Level 1. Bradford Elementary moved from Level 2 […]

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  • Haverhill schools mobilize as respiratory virus arrives in Mass.

    Massachusetts has begun to see cases of the EV D68 virus, a respiratory illness that may cause mild to severe illness. Students with asthma are more at risk for severe illness. Symptoms may include fever, runny nose, sneezing, cough, wheezing and body and muscle aches. “We encourage you to keep you child home if she […]

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  • 1978 championship swim trophy comes home

    By now, most of those reading this will know the story of the wayward championship swim trophy, which has been told in local as well as national media. The evidence of the 1978 HHS boys swim team’s state championship, which spent more than 30 years traveling with former swim coach Tom McCutchan, has come home […]

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  • Middle schoolers invited to join band

    Dean Tsiriopoulos (in photo at left), a veteran music teacher in the Haverhill Public Schools and now the district’s middle school band director, is on a mission. Tsiriopoulos is spreading the word about band music to fifth- and sixth-graders this month, hoping to find some budding musicians who will start early to enjoy and appreciate […]

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  • Hillie Nation moved by family’s Sept. 11 story

    Every year, Kristin and Tyler Marino, a junior and freshman, respectively, at Haverhill High School, acknowledge the anniversary of Sept. 11 with their classmates during ceremonies to honor first responders and to memorialize the nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives that day. This year, the pair’s 2,000 classmates learned that Sept. 11 carries a […]

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  • Local firm donates more than 60 backpacks

    Employees at Parker-Hannifin, a company in the Ward Hill Industrial Park, donated enough money and supplies to stuff 65 backpacks for Haverhill students and provide classroom supplies for dozens of teachers. Parker-Hannifin employees recently delivered the backpacks and other items to Tilton Elementary School on Grove Street.  Members of the company’s “Fun Team” try to […]

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