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Andover Police Department, May 2017

The Andover Police Department handled 238 Calls for Service during May, including: Animal Cruelty: 1 Animal Nuisance: 1 Criminal Mischief: 1 Dog – loose: 4 Drugs/Possession: 1 Drugs/False Prescription: 1 Harassing Communication: 2 House Check: 78 Noise Disturbance: 2 Public Relations Talk/Lecture: 1 Theft: 1 Traffic Offense warning: 69 Warrant-Criminal/Civil: 2 Welfare Check: 1 ARRESTS: […]

Notice to Construction Managers

The Andover School District is seeking Qualification Statements from Construction Managers for renovations and additions to the Andover Elementary/Middle School in Andover, New Hampshire. $3,600,000 has been approved for the project, with a site work and construction budget of approximately $2,750,000 (CM contract maximum amount). Preconstruction planning and estimating will take place from June 2017 […]

Supervisors of the Checklist Public Notice

The Andover Supervisors of the Checklist will meet at Town Hall on Wednesday, June 14 from 7 PM to 7:30 PM to make additions and corrections to the checklist.

Who’s in Charge Here Anyway?

Who’s In Charge Here Anyway? Do you ever wonder why you often hear your town officials citing RSA’s (state laws)? Contrary to popular belief, New Hampshire is not a home rule state. Our motto may be “Live free or die,” but New Hampshire’s Constitution does not grant any power directly to towns and cities. In […]

New Heat Pump System Installed at Town Hall

New Heat Pump System Installed at Town Hall

  Before a group of town officials, Bert Sutcliffe (above), head of Ecolectric LLC of Plymouth, describes the operation of one of five heat pump “air handlers” recently installed in the Andover Town Offices and Library. Each may be controlled independently via a remote like the one in Sutcliffe’s hand. The air handlers are connected […]

Andover Police Department, April 2017

The Andover Police Department handled 402 Calls for Service during April, including: Alarm-House: 3 Assist Citizen: 9 Business Check: 3 Computer Crime: 1 Criminal Threat: 1 Criminal Trespass: 1 Civil Issue/Stand-by: 2 House Check: 188 Road Hazard/Obstruction: 3 Sexual Assault: 1 Theft: 2 Traffic Offense-Citation: 5 Traffic Offense-Warning: 118 Warrant-Criminal/Civil: 2 ARRESTS: Travis Richardson, age […]

Sunshine on a Rainy Night

Sunshine on a Rainy Night

  Following the excellent Irish/Scottish music duo of Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki and Matt Jensen, which was the featured attraction on Friday, April 21 at the Andover Coffeehouse, the locals did not disappoint. Good local talent combined with the seasonal and welcome timeliness of Spring made for yet another memorable night. Kevin & Kitty Boyle, of Meredith, […]

Make Plans to Help with the May Town Clean Up

The eighth annual Town Clean Up will begin on Monday, May 1. This event is a joint effort by the Andover Conservation Commission and the Town of Andover. Andover residents are encouraged to adopt a road or roads to clean up during the first week of May, or until the end of the month, if […]

Andover Real Estate Transactions

On March 24,Walker Trust sold 110 Channel Road to Robert and Kathleen O’Reilly for $350,000. The 1,987 square-foot house has 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, and sits on 0.35 acres. On March 31, Christopher and Caitlin Harmon sold 9 Elkins Hill Road to Timothy Ross for $190,000. Daniel O’Halloran of Keller Williams-Lakes & Mountains Realty assisted the seller and Aaron Phinney of Keller Williams Realty-Metropolitan assisted the buyer. […]

Community Spaces: A Look Inside

Community Spaces: A Look Inside

  Community spares are housed in old churches (Bristol, Danbury), old school buildings (Bradford, Franklin), an old fire station (Plymouth), a purposely built structure (Wilmot), a former town hall (Winhall, Vermont), and more. They provide space for after school youth activities, internet access, preschool classes, senior centers, game rooms, art studios, study halls, food banks, […]

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