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Santa Coming to Andover

Santa Coming to Andover

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 (U.S. Route 4 and N.H. Route 11) 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 Father Christmas, […]

Selectboard Approved Minutes, November 20,2017

Condensed from approved minutes: Meeting convened at 6:33 p.m. Members Present: Marj Roy, Town Administrator; Vicky Mishcon, Selectboard Chair; Dave Blinn and Jim Delaney, Select Board; John Thompson, Road Agent; Wood Sutton and Doug Phelps, 4th of July Committee; Greg Stetson, Fire Precinct Commissioner; and Chief Joseph Mahoney Announcements:         Glenn Laramie has retired from the […]

Andover Police Dept November Stats

The Andover Police Department handled 207 Calls for Service during November, including:         Abandoned Vehicle: 2         Animal-Livestock Complaint: 4         Assist Ambulance/Rescue: 4         Assist Citizen: 4         Assist Police: 5         Civil Issue/Stand-by:3         Dog – Loose: 8         House Check: 98         Road Hazard/Obstruction: 4         Suspicious Person/Vehicle/Incident: 5         Theft: 3         Traffic Accident: 3         Traffic Offense-Warning: 21         Welfare Check: 2  

New Hampshire Chronicle TV Show Features Andover

New Hampshire Chronicle TV Show Features Andover

Fritz (“I’ll tell you the story”) Wetherbee, a host of WMUR-TV’s “New Hampshire Chronicle,” was in Andover recently, producing two segments for the show, which airs weekday evenings at 7 PM.  The first, which aired on Nov. 30, told the history of The Andover Congregational Church in East Andover;  the second, appearing on Dec. 5, […]

Andover Conservation Commission October Minutes

Andover Conservation Commission October 11, 2017, 7PM Draft Minutes Present: Mary Anne Broshek, Nan Kaplan, Jerry Hersey, Tina Cotton, Larry Chase, Jesse Schust, and guests Andrew and Holly Croteau. Minutes: Jerry made a motion to approve the September minutes with small corrections/additions, Nan seconded, and all were in favor. Correspondence: Notice of NHACC conference on […]

Auto Industry Scholarships Available to College Students

Auto Industry Scholarships Available to Students A-1 Auto Transport is a leading auto transport company out of Aptos, California. Currently, A-1 is expanding its scholarship program to all New Hampshire college students. These scholarships range from $250 to $1,000 and can be used at any accredited local college, university or trade school. To qualify for […]

Santa Coming to Andover

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 (U.S. Route 4 and N.H. Route 11) 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 Father Christmas, […]

Representative Annie Kuster Campaigns in Andover

Representative Annie Kuster Campaigns in Andover

Andover Resident Amy Makechnie Publishes Novel

Andover resident, Amy Makechnie, has signed a contract with Simon and Schuster to publish her novel, The Unforgettable Guinevere St. Clair. Makechnie has lived in Andover for about twenty years, having moved here with her husband Gregor who had accepted a teaching job at Proctor Academy following his college graduation. Makechnie grew up in Nebraska […]

Community Gathers to Thank Chief Laramie

                      On November 12 the Select Board, town officers and the community gathered to thank Chief Glenn  Laramie who has retired after serving twenty-four years on the Andover Police Department. Laramie started out as a part-time officer with the department in 1994 and was promoted […]