Andover Budget Committee Meeting Schedule

All meetings are on Wednesdays in the Andover Town Hall at 7 PM. Nov 7:        Andover Fire East Andover Fire Andover Village District Nov 14:   Town – Police Town – EMS Town – Library Nov 28:    Town – Highway Town – Transfer Station Town – Recreation Dec 5:    Town Budget Dec 12:    School Budget […]

Fritz Wetherbee Comes To Andover

Fritz Wetherbee Comes To Andover

New Hampshire TV personality Fritz Wetherbee and videographer Paul Falco discuss the artistic and technical challenges of shooting a ghost segment at dusk in the Old Center Cemetery on Main Street. Andover Historical Society President Pat Cutter reminded Fritz that even though there are stories of ghosts in Old Center Cemetery, the stories aren’t true. […]

Party Platforms Can Offer Insights Into Candidates

By Mary Anne Broshek, for the Beacon

One of the ways to get a feel for how a candidate will vote is to read the party platform of the candidate’s party. Below is a taste of a relevant document from each party, plus a link to where you can read the entire document online. Platforms change over the years, so hopefully these […]

Understanding The Questions On The November 6 Ballot

By By Susan Chase, for the Beacon

Voters going to the polls on Tuesday, November 6, will have three questions, including two amendments to the New Hampshire Constitution, to vote on in addition to choosing candidates. The first proposed amendment, Question 1 on the ballot, would prohibit a state income tax, and the second, Question 2, would allow legislators to write rules […]

Non-Partisan Resources For Being An Informed Voter

By Mary Anne Broshek For the Beacon Well, it’s election time, and once again we are overwhelmed by hooey. I have been looking for ways to find “just the facts” and have found Web sites where you can find facts on which to make voting decisions. I had two requirements in searching for information sources: […]

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