Author Archives: Allison Corneau

Haverhill Implementing ‘Buffer Zone’ Around Proposed Pot Shops to Protect Kids

Haverhill Implementing ‘Buffer Zone’ Around Proposed Pot Shops to Protect Kids

All licensed marijuana establishments must be situated 500 feet from schools, churches and other places where children congregate, the City of Haverhill says. (File photograph) As Haverhill’s zoning plan pertaining to retail marijuana shops, cultivation facilities and research labs continues to take shape, city officials are doing all they can to protect local children from

Haverhill Inventor Donating Samples of Medical Garment CathWear in Exchange for Feedback

Brian Mohika (right, with CathWear Vice President Hector Arce) seeks feedback on his medical garments from local patients. (Courtesy photograph) As a nurse, Air Force veteran and inventor, Haverhill’s Brian Mohika knows a thing or two about serving his community. In fact, the Bradford resident is currently in the midst of the clinical trial phase

John ‘Jack’ Drago, 60, Accountant

John “Jack” Drago, 60, passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his loving family. He is survived by his loving wife Nancy and his sons Nicholas and John, his siblings Diane Meyers, Pamela Raess and husband Robert, Carole Drago, Barry Drago and wife Joyce and Jeffrey Drago. Drago grew up in Wenham and attended

Donna M. McGrath, 20-Year Employee of T.D. Bank

Donna M. McGrath, 60, of Bradford, passed away peacefully Thursday, Aug. 9, at Holy Family Hospital at Merrimack Valley. She was the beloved wife of Paul McGrath. Born on May 2, 1958, in Honolulu, Hawaii, she was the daughter of Carole (Coleman) Cellucci and the late Kenneth Wellborn. McGrath was a graduate of Billerica High