American Legion Post Presents POW-MIA Memorial at AE/MS

Presented at annual School Veterans Day Celebration

By John Hanscom, Post 101 Adjutant
American Legion Post Presents POW-MIA Memorial at AE/MS

This memorial has particular meaning to the members of the Crosby-Gilbert Post as the Gilbert in the post name was a prisoner of the Japanese and did not return home. During the annual Veterans’ Day Ceremony hosted by AEMS on Thursday, November 8, the American Legion Crosby-Gilbert Post 101 presented a memorial to the Town […]

Peter Aube, November 15, 2018

Peter C. Aube Sr., 71, a resident of Andover for over 38 years, died Thursday, November 15, 2018 at the CRVNA Hospice House in Concord after a long illness.  Peter was born in Franklin on, December 26, 1946 the son of the late Henri R. and Phyllis S. (Slack) Aube. Peter was an accomplished musician, […]

Andover Storyteller, Lauretta Phillips to Perform in “Tellabration!”

Saturday, November 17 at 7:30 PM at NHTI Library in Concord

Local storyteller, Lauretta Phillips will be one of the featured performers at Tellabration to be held on Saturday, November 17 from 7:30 to 9 PM at the NHTI Library at 1 College Drive, Concord, NH.  Tellabration! is a worldwide event created by Connecticut storyteller J.G. “Paw-paw” Pinkerton in 1988. Phillips has been telling stories professionally since 1987. She writes […]

Planning Board Minutes 6/12/18

By Nancy Teach

Meeting convened at 7:00 p.m. Members Present:  Paul Currier, Interim Chair; Nancy Teach, Art Urie, and Doug Phelps, Planning Board Members; Dave Blinn, Ex-Officio, Pat Moyer, Planning and Zoning Coordinator, and Randy Monti potential new Planning Board member. Appointment of New Member Randy Monti Monti will attend the next regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, June […]

Andover Real Estate Transactions June 16 to August 15, 2018

On June 19, Royal Revocable Trust sold 258 Main Street to Proctor Academy for $460,000. Assisting the seller was Lori Meding of Coldwell Banker Lifestyles. The 5,812 square foot Multi-Family property has 9 bedrooms and 9 baths and has 2.04 acresof land. On June 21, Carpenter-Farmer Trust sold Lot 11 West Shore Road to Paul […]

School is Opening–Remember to Stop for School Buses

Press release

CONCORD, NH–The New Hampshire Department of Safety’s Divisions of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and State Police wish to remind all motorists that schools are opening and school buses will be taking to our roadways once again. With kids gathering at school bus stops and school buses making frequent stops, it is critical for the motoring public […]

Remembering David Pilla

Remembering David Pilla

It is with the greatest sadness that we share news with the Proctor community that longtime faculty member Dave Pilla passed away Sunday afternoon. His sudden passing leaves our community with an immeasurable void, and only the smallest solace can be found in knowing that the lives he touched and the passions he kindled move […]

Donald Hall, Renowned Local Poet Dies at Age 89

Was United States Poet Laureate 2006-2007

By Steve Foley
Donald Hall, Renowned  Local Poet Dies at Age 89

Donald Hall, whose poetry was loved by his neighbors and by folks throughout the United States, died at Eagle Pond Farm in Wilmot on June 23. With his second wife, Jane Kenyon, a poet in her own right, Hall moved to Eagle Pond in 1975. The farm was the home of Hall’s grandparents and had […]

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