It didn't matter if you were a student, an alumnus or just a resident of Haverhill. It didn't matter if you had been to hundreds of Hillie sporting events, or if the night's game was your first. At Tuesday's Haverhill High School boys basketball game, everyone was a Hillie. Well, except for the fans of the visiting Lawrence Lancers.
OK, so the joke is old and loses some of its punch when written rather than spoken. Perhaps it's better to leave the punch lines to the professionals. Two benefit comedy shows will entertain audiences and raise serious cash along with some laughs....
The Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce on Friday morning gave Business of the Year awards to:...
Local veterans are finding work, the result of a half-million dollar training grant to the Veterans Northeast Outreach Center in Haverhill. Job training and placement help are available to more than 300 local veterans in a variety of fields, including the growing "green" jobs sector, said outreach center Executive Director John Ratka....
- Comedy shows benefit Rotary, HHS athletics
- Proud to be a Hillie
- Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year winners
- Jobs fund puts veterans to work