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Lakes Region Children’s Auction Best Ever

The Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction had its most successful year yet with $539,153 raised to benefit the children and families of the greater Lakes Region area.  You are invited to join us at the Belknap Mill in Laconia tomorrow (Friday, 12/15) at 3pm as we begin to distribute monies to the organizations benefitting from […]

Town Offices Move Toward Net Zero

Energy efficiencies in Town Offices Featured in Green Energy Times   (The article below appears in the December 2017-February 2018 edition of Green Energy Times, published in Bradford, VT, and offering “sustainable solutions for VT, NH, MA, NY and beyond.”  Two hundred copies come to Andover every other month, and are available for free pickup, […]

Deborah Tessier Receives 2017 BPW Woman of Achievement Award

Deborah Tessier Receives 2017 BPW Woman of Achievement Award

FRANKLIN, NH (DECEMBER 12, 2017) – Deborah Tessier, VP, Commercial Loan Officer with Franklin Savings Bank, was recently honored by Franklin Business and Professional Women with the 2017 Franklin BPW Achievement award. This honor is bestowed upon a woman who is outstanding in her career, lends assistance to other women in their advancement, offers guidance […]

Ledyard Donates Time and Funds to the Capital Region Food Program this Holiday Season

Ledyard Donates Time and Funds to the Capital Region Food Program this Holiday Season

  Hanover, NH:  Employees at Ledyard’s Concord location visited the Capital Region Food Program last week to spread holiday cheer to those in need this holiday season.  They presented a donation of $1000 to Executive Director, Maria Manus Painchaud, whose father started the program 44 years ago.  Ledyard’s employees spent the day at the National […]

Hundreds of Seacoast Families Saving Money and the Environment with Energize 360

PORTSMOUTH, NH – Energize 360, a community initiative to help residents take control of their energy future and combat climate change, announced the results of its groundbreaking campaign to bring both solar and energy efficiency to families and businesses in the New Hampshire Seacoast. Spanning 15 cities and towns, Energize 360 was the largest “solarize” […]

November Approved Minutes

ANDOVER SCHOOL BOARD ANDOVER ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL NOVEMBER 7, 2017 MEETING MINUTES 6:30 p.m. 1. ROLL CALL AND CALL TO ORDER:  The Andover School Board meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m. by Michelle Dudek, Board Chair. Board Present:  Michelle Dudek, Dean Barker, Brian Gilman, Annie MacKenzie and Mark Heller Administration Present:  Mark MacLean, Randy […]

Joe Mahoney Sworn in as Andover Police Chief

Joe Mahoney Sworn in as Andover Police Chief

With the retirement of Chief Glenn Laramie in November, the Select Board didn’t waste any time announcing the appointment of Patrolman Joe Mahoney as the new Andover Police Chief. Mahoney, who grew up in Franklin,  began his career in law enforcement as a part time patrolman in the Town of Hill while he was a […]

Northern Pass to Host Job and Supplier Fairs

New Hampshire workers and businesses, including suppliers, subcontractors, and the services and hospitality industries, will have the opportunity to meet with the team leading the construction of Northern Pass at two upcoming Job & Supplier Fairs. Attendees can discuss the kinds of jobs, subcontractor opportunities, and supplies that are needed to complete Eversource’s 192-mile hydroelectric […]

Andover Real Estate Transactions, October 16 – November 30, 2017

On September 15, Gay Rayno, &  Kenneth Sanborn,  sold 216 Cilleyville Road to, Andrew & Tiffany Perkins for $215,000. The 2,725 Square foot home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and sits on 20.5 acres. On September 15, Dennis & Patricia Bonin sold 241 Flaghole Road to Kristin Mcwade for $466,500.  Tabitha Lemelin of Coldwell Banker Lifestyles assisted the seller and Karin […]

Franklin’s Mill City Park Gets Major Grant

Franklin’s Mill City Park Gets Major Grant

  It may have been a drizzly and gray day, but spirits were high as area residents, community leaders and business people gathered under a tent at Trestleview Park in Franklin for the announcement of a major step forward for the proposed Mill City Park, a whitewater recreation area to be built along the banks […]