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Andover Police Department, August 2017

The Andover Police Department handled 212 Calls for Service during August, including: Alarm: 2 Assist Citizen: 8 Assist Police: 5 Dog loose: 7 House Check: 38 Manner of operation: 2 Noise Disturbance: 3 Suspicious Person/Vehicle/Incident: 5 Traffic Offense-Arrest: 1 Traffic Offense-Citation: 4 Traffic Offense-Warning: 82 VIN Inspection: 3   ARRESTS: Diana Gregory, age 53, Plymouth: […]

New Craft Group Launches at Andover Hub

Quilters, knitters and other crafters are welcome to join the alternate Wednesday morning group which has begun meeting at The Andover Hub at 157 Main Street (Andover’s original town hall). The next meeting will be on October 4, beginning at 9 AM and lasting for as long as people would like to stay. The group […]

Water Main Flushing

The Andover Village District will be flushing the water mains on Sunday, October 29, 2017 from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Water users can expect the water from their faucets to be cloudy during the flushing and for a few hours after it is concluded. To prevent possible stains from rust and sediment stirred up […]

Seeking Gold Star Mothers and Gold Star Wives

American Legion Crosby – Gilbert Post 101 is seeking all Gold Star Mothers and Gold Star Wives living in the town of Andover. If you are either a mother who lost a child during any military conflict, or a wife who lost a spouse during the same, please contact the Legion’s Commander, William Leber, at […]

A New Business in Andover

A New Business in Andover

There’s a new business in Andover. It’s called Hummingbird Studio, and owner Jimmy Sferes describes it as follows: “This is a state-of-the-art digital sound-recording venue providing an intimate, personalized setting that is perfectly geared toward the singer/songwriter. We can accommodate solo artists, duos and small bands – and also support the creation of podcasts and […]

Andover Real Estate Transactions, August 16 – September 15, 2017

On August 26, Thomas and Lauren Wallitsch sold 118 Channel Road to Alan Greenwood and Minke Steensma for $438,000. Doug Peel of Four Seasons SIR assisted the seller and the buyer. The single family home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and sits on 0.42 acres. On August 30, William and Susan Christiansen sold 904 Franklin […]

Tropical Storms – Things You Should Know

This has been a very busy year for tropical storms and hurricanes and it does not appear that we have seen the end of it for this year. The storm season often extends into October. The information below can help you to be prepared and to understand what the storm warnings given out through the […]

Dogs Running Loose

Dogs that are unaccompanied and are picked up by the Andover Police are reunited with their owners if the dog has an identification tag or an up-to-date rabies vaccination tag on it’s collar. If there is no ID tag on the dog, Andover’s policy is to take the dog to Pleasant Lake Veterinary in Elkins […]

Andover Congregational Church News

Where has the summer gone? Now, all of a sudden, – or so it seems – the days are getting shorter, the leaves are changing color (and falling) and the days and nights are cooler. God’s world is constantly changing! The Missions Committee continues to keep very busy. In addition to collecting over $500 for […]

Historical Society

Historical Society
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