Home » Archives by category » Town News

Tax Preparation Volunteers Urgently Needed

Additional volunteers are needed for income tax preparation in New London, Andover, and Newport. Presently there are 12 volunteers. Volunteers of all ages and backgrounds are welcome. You don’t need to be an AARP member or be a retiree to volunteer. “The AARP Tax-Aide program is a wonderful resource for the American taxpayer,” said Ron […]

Heavy Rain and Wind Cause Damage Throughout Region

Heavy Rain and Wind Cause Damage Throughout Region

One of the worst storms that the area has seen in the last thirty years swept through New Hampshire late on Sunday, October 29. Dropping close to three inches of rain in most of Merrimack County and packing winds up to 60 miles per hour, damage was relatively light in Andover. In spite of the […]

Andover Police Chief Announces Retirement

Andover Police Chief Announces Retirement

  After serving as Andover’s Police Chief for over twenty-one years, Glenn Laramie has announced his retirement. Laramie’s last day will be November 15. Sitting in his no frills office at the police station, Laramie reflected on the changes he has seen since joining the department as a part-time patrolman in 1994. At the time, […]

Santa Claus is coming to town!

Santa Claus is coming to town!

Santa Claus is coming to town! He’ll be meeting and greeting visitors at The Andover Hub (Andover’s old town hall) at 157 Main Street in Andover Village from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, December 10. Kids especially may want to come by to have a one-on-one chat with the jolly old fellow, have their […]

Conservation Committee Minutes July 12, 2017

Condensed from approved minutes: The regular monthly meeting of the ACC was opened by Vice-Chair Jerry Hersey at 7:15 PM at the Town Hall. Members Present: Jesse Schust, Jerry Hersey, Nan Kaplan (Alan McIntyre and Tina Cotton arrived later). June 14 Minutes: Approved as written. Correspondence: Chatter, Supply Lines, Monitoring Reports from ALPT.     ASLPT:          Nan […]

Fourth of July Committee Busy Planning for Next Year

We’ve been busy bees working hard on next year’s celebration. New bands, new kids games and other surprises are in the works! Go out to our Facebook page and suggest a parade theme. If you are not an internet user, stop at the Town Office and leave your theme suggestions there. “It takes a village” […]

Ongoing Classes, Coffee and Quilting at The Andover Hub

Fitness activities, drop-in “Coffee at The Hub,” and an informal quilting group are off to a strong start at The Andover Hub this fall. The continuing Bone Builders class attracts 12 to 15 people every Tuesday and Thursday, 9-10 AM, is free of charge and is always open to new participants. A new four-week Tai […]

Holiday Sing & Play Offered for Little Kids at The Hub

Babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers through five years old along with their caregivers are invited to participate in a “Holiday Sing & Play” series offered at The Andover Hub, 157 Main Street. Classes will be offered on Mondays, 9:30 to 10:15 AM beginning on December 4, and on Fridays, 1 to 1:45 PM, beginning December 1 […]

Holiday Craft Workshops Offered at The Andover Hub

Those who would like to try their hand at “dinnerware decoupage,” the craft of using fabric applied to glass dishes to make decorative dinnerware, will have the opportunity to learn the technique on Saturday, November 11, and Saturday, December 2, 2 to 4 PM, at The Andover Hub, 157 Main Street. Andover resident Heidi Clasby, […]

NHEC Sets Winter Period Rate Increase

Effective with bills rendered on or after November 1, 2017, New Hampshire Electric Co-op’s (NHEC) rates will be adjusted for the winter season to reflect changes in the cost of power at the wholesale level. The rate changes will result in an overall bill increase of 8%, or $8.15 per month, for a typical residential […]

Page 1 of 117123Next ›Last »