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Notes from Concord, May 2017

June is budget time. The New Hampshire budget is crafted every other year and the new budget will cover state fiscal years from…

Notes from Concord, April 2017

Here’s our latest edition of Notes from Concord, what’s been happening in the New Hampshire Legislature. We are also trying to show how…

Clarification on HB 238

Representative Natalie Wells seemed to be confused when she answered my letter to the editor. While I wrote about HB238, and HB238 only,…

House of Representatives Vote on Bills

The House of Representatives voted on over 200 bills, some of which were for housekeeping measures, clarifying issues, and bills of high importance…

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Well, spring has come, albeit grudgingly, and after two work Saturdays in late April and early May, we are up and underway. “The Secret Garden” in the stone…

Pam Sanborn, a resident of New London, will share her experience of walking over 500 miles carrying everything she needed on her back, as well as the life…

The Andover Service Club has just completed its Scholarship Program for the 2017 academic year. We are delighted to announce that a total of $6,000 was given out…

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Andover American Legion to Hold Flag Disposal Ceremony

Andover Lions Club Hosting Cookout

Andover Service Club News, May 2017

Andover Emergency Services Auxiliary Formed

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Andover Soccer Sign-Ups Now Online

Get ready soccer fans, the season is almost here! Andover Recreation Soccer has begun open registration for the fall season. The last day to register…

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Antique Organ Returns to Andover

Antique Organ Returns to Andover

A twelve stop organ, built about 1895 by the Chicago Cottage Organ Company, recently returned to its roots in Andover after a 50 year stay in Franklin. OWNERS…

Early July 4th Celebrations in Andover, 1814-1828

As we prepare to celebrate Independence Day and to enjoy our town’s seventy-fifth consecutive Fourth of July Parade, it’s time to take stock of this local tradition. How…

Warner Historical Society Hosts Richard Rubin

In 2003, 85 years after the armistice, it took Richard Rubin months to find just one living American Veteran of World War I. Then he found another, and…

Tucker Mountain School Open for the Season

Tucker Mountain School Open for the Season

The historic one-room school house will be open to the public on Sunday, June 11, from 1 to 3 PM. Visitors will enjoy seeing the original record book…