While forcing people to keep their distance from each other, the coronavirus crisis has, in some ways, brought people closer together.
The latest chapter in the tradition of a strong Haverhill business community features changes to the commercial landscape and how they benefit the city.
This special section takes a look at those changes.
For nearly 160 years, a church stood at Main and Winter streets.
In recent years, several commercial areas in Haverhill have gotten makeovers, boosting the success of the business community and giving residents more places to shop and dine.
The biggest commercial property makeover in recent years in Haverhill has happened at the eastern entrance to downtown.
The RiversEdge Plaza, located on Lincoln Avenue between Riverside Park and the recently built Groveland Bridge that carries Route 97 into Groveland, is gaining new economic life.
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Nantucket, MA - Girard Joseph Mailloux, formerly of Haverhill, died on Tuesday, February 19 at Our Island Home in Nantucket. He was 91. He was born in Haverhill on September 18, 1928, to Harold and Helen (Eithier) Mailoux. He was predeceased by his four siblings, Robert Mailloux, Loraine Har…
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