Andover Real Estate Transactions

By Ty Morris, Coldwell Banker Lifestyles

Three properties sold in Andover between January 9 and February 9, 2020. Roland Levesque sold a 3.8 acre parcel of wooded land on Bridge Road to Jonathan and Michelle Pettinato for $27,000. This buildable lot features level ground and a babbling brook. Mary Embree sold 828 Franklin Highway to Abrahm Grover for $164,900. This 2 […]

Updates From The Town Clerk’s Office

By Bonnie Wesley, Town Clerk

Just a few things to keep you updated on what’s going at the Town Clerks office: The Clerk’s office will be closed on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 for Town Elections/Town Meeting Day.  The polls will open at 11 AM and close at 7 PM, followed by the Town Meeting beginning at 7 PM. A candidate […]

Clarifying the Facts About the New Coronavirus

Understand the facts and the falsehoods about the virus

Press release

Coronavirus has been front and center in the news lately and, while myths and scare tactics swirl around us, we thought it would be helpful to discuss how to separate the facts from the falsehoods and share some basic truths on what the coronavirus is, and how it fits into our world. First, we encourage […]

Local Area Republican Meeting Scheduled for March 31

Guest Speaker will be the Honorable Steve Negron

By Natalie Wells

The Andover-Danbury-Salisbury Republicans will meet on Tuesday, March 31 at the Andover Community Hub, at 6:30 PM. The Guest Speaker will be the Honorable Steve Negron, who is running for the United States Congress.

Invitation to Enjoy Pre-Town Meeting Potluck Supper

A chance to socialize before engaging in serious business

Press release

Andover residents are invited to a pre-Town Meeting community potluck supper on Tuesday, March 10, at The Andover Community Hub. This will be a chance for good food, good conversation, and socializing with fellow townspeople before heading off to do the serious business of the town. The supper will be held from 5 to 6:30 […]

The Salisbury Farmers Market Is Looking For 2020 Vendors

June 22 begins its fifth year of operation

By Helen Binette

The Salisbury Farmers market will start its fifth year of operations on June 22.  We are still looking for more vendors. If you have any interest in being part of the market experience, please contact Helen Binette at 648-2156. Some of the items that our patrons look for are honey, vegetables, soap and lotions, baked […]

Senior Health Clinic Scheduled at Andover Hub

Tuesday, March 17, from 10 AM to 1 PM

Press release

Concord Regional VNA is holding a Senior Health Clinic at the Andover Community Hub, located at 157 Main Street in Andover, on Tuesday, March 17 from 10 AM to 1 PM. Clinic services offered include foot care, blood pressure screening, B-12 injections, medication education, and nutritional education. All services are provided for a suggested donation […]

Andover Planning Board Approved Minutes, December 10, 2019

By Nancy Teach

Approved Planning Board Minutes December 10, 2019 Members present: Nancy Teach, Chair; Art Urie, Vice-Chair; Randy Monti; Doug Phelps; John Hodgson; David Powers; Donna Duclos, Alternate and Dave Blinn, Ex-Officio Also present: Pat Moyer, Planning & Zoning Administrator; Paul Currier; Robin Boynton; Ken Guillemette; Susan Schnare; Jim and Karen Hanson; Robin Wilterdink; Karen Brule; Jeffrey […]

Mark Your Calendars for Town Meetings

By Shelley Geoghegan, Beacon staff

It’s time for Town Meetings. Yes, it’s a busy time of year, but your participation is needed to help make decisions, and give feedback, about the various budgets and warrant articles and issues for 2020. Stand up and be heard, listen to others, vote. Exercise your rights as an Andover citizen. The following is a […]

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