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Lakes Region Chamber Announces New Officers and Directors

Lakes Region Chamber Announces New Officers and Directors

Laconia, NH–The Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce announced and voted on the 2018 Officers and Board of Directors on January 25th at their 99th Annual Meeting & Luncheon at Church Landing, Meredith, NH.  Meredith Village Savings Bank proudly served as the event’s Presenting Sponsor. Joining the 2018 Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors […]

Salisbury Sestercentennial Update

Note: This article was published on 2/13/18 and updated on 2/14/18 Planning for several events celebrating our 250th birthday is on the fast track now that the Old Home Day committee has begun meeting.  Old Home Day will be the second weekend in August (the 10th & 11th), as usual.  The theme is “Celebrate Salisbury: […]

Franklin VNA Says “Show some real love for your Valentine this month by keeping your heart healthy!”

FRANKLIN –  You may have heard February is Heart Health Month, but what does that mean? The first American Heart Month took place in February 1964 to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease. At the time this was the cause of more than half the deaths in the US. While we have made improvements, the American […]

Dairy Goat Seminar available at NH Farm and Forest Expo

UNH Cooperative Extension Service is pleased to announce a seminar on Dairy Goat Housing and Handling Facilities that will be given as part of the N.H. Farm and Forest Expo on Saturday, February 3. The seminar will be held in the Stark Room of the Center of N.H. Radisson Hotel, 700 Elm Street in Manchester, […]

Heavy Rains Cause Flooding and Ice Jams

Heavy Rains Cause Flooding and Ice Jams

Workshop on Shaw Hill Road Destroyed in December Fire

  On December 9, 2017, the Andover Fire Department was called out at 2:30 in the morning, for a building fire on Shaw Hill Rd. Upon arrival they found a single story workshop building fully involved in fire. A second alarm was requested within minutes. The department received assistance from the Wilmot, Salisbury, Franklin, Hill, […]

Andover Hub Receives Gift from Former Selectman

   

Tiger Mountain Karate Classes Begin at the Hub

Karate Classes Launch at The Andover Hub Tiger Mountain Shotokan Karate will begin offering ongoing karate classes on Mondays at The Andover Hub, starting on February 12.  Kids as well as adults, girls and women as well as boys and men are all welcome to begin or continue karate in any of the classes.  A […]

Needle Felting, Computer Assistance and Dog Training Offered at The Hub

A four-week needle felting workshop will be offered at The Andover Hub beginning on Tuesday, February 6, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. and continuing for three more Tuesdays.  The class will be taught by Andover resident Nadja Hebert with assistance from Kathy Ordway; beginners as well as those with experience are welcome.  Needle felting is […]

See the Town’s Solar Panels in Action

See the Town’s Solar Panels in Action

  Want to watch the new solar array on the Town Offices building roof in action?  Then take a look at the new graphical display on the waiting room wall of the Town Offices building. And take home a pamphlet offering step-by-step recommendations for similarly improving the energy efficiency of your own home. The display […]