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Albert Plans to Retire from Home Health Foundation June 1

Albert Plans to Retire from Home Health Foundation June 1

John G. Albert and Karen Gomes earlier this year celebrating the agency’s ranking in top 25 percent of Fazzi Associates 2016 National Patient Satisfaction survey. The head of Home Health Foundation plans to retire June 1. John G. Albert, president and CEO of Home Health Foundation, cited personal health reasons for his decision. He will


Holy Family Urologist Discusses Enlarged Prostate

Urologist George Canellakis presents a medical Meet the Expert seminar on new treatments for benign prostatic hyperplasia, more commonly known as enlarged prostate or BPH, at Holy Family Hospital, 70 East St., Methuen, Tuesday, April 4, from 6 to 7 p.m., in the hospital’s ground floor auditorium. During his presentation titled, “New Treatments for BPH,”


Align’s Rivera-Cintron to Receive Two Awards

Jen Rivera-Cintron, assistant vice president at Align Credit Union, has been recognized both by the Cooperative Credit Union League as a Credit Union Rising Star and the Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce with a Distinguished Young Professional Award. Rivera-Cintron, who serves as Hale Street and Cross Point, Lowell, branch manager, was nominated as a “rising


Trinity EMS Earns State’s First Medical Dispatch Accreditation

Gary Sepe, vice president; Jon Kelly, director of communications and IT; Chris Archambault assistant director of communications; and John Chemaly, president of Trinity EMS. (Courtesy photograph.) Trinity EMS, which provides ambulance service in Haverhill and a dozen other communities, was approved as an Emergency Medical Dispatch Center of Excellence last week by the Board of


Haverhill Chamber Presents Business Ownership Workshop

A workshop for budding business owners, taking place Wednesday, explores myths and realities of entrepreneurship, success factors and cash management, among other topics. The free workshop, “Simple Steps for Starting Your Business,” is presented by the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce and the Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE). It takes place Wednesday, March 22,


Popular Merrimac Coffee Shop to Move to Bradford

Haverhill License Commissioners Joseph C. Edwards and Gerald A. Sewell wish success to Angela Wadleigh. (WHAV News photograph.) A popular Merrimac coffee shop is moving to Haverhill. Angie’s Coffee Shop is coming to South Main Street under the new name of Bradford Place Café. Owner Angela Wadleigh chose to relocate to the storefront recently occupied