Andover Townsman, Andover, MA


  • Thursday, June 12, 2014
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    PAUL BILODEAU/Staff photo Members and supporters of the Andover Chamber of Commerce filled Indian Ridge Country Cub last week for the group's annual Community Service Awards Ceremony and Breakfast.

    In distinguished company Posted 49 days ago 2 Photos

    BESSIE LIPONIS/Courtesy photo The audience starts to fill in at The Center at Punchard for the May 8 "Let's Talk Antiques" event.

    Treasure trove at Antiques Adventure Posted 49 days ago 3 Photos
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    Courtesy photo Audrey Hetherington-Young, left, and Julia Crowley, both of Andover, were inducted into the Girls Scouts' 500 Club this spring for selling more than 500 boxes of cookies this year. The girls are in the same troop and staffed many cookie booths together throughout the selling season.

    Cookie queens: Girl Scout buddies each top 500 boxes in sales Posted 49 days ago 1 Photo
  • Thursday, May 15, 2014

    LEAH SPENCER/Courtesy photos The Rotary Club of Andover's 2014 honorees are, from left, Tim Felter, Paul Dollard, Joan Dollard, Jean Cookson, Esther Kim, Educator of the Year Eric Pellerin, Abigail Cohen, Nancy Gump, Charlotte Lyons, Tara McCormick and John McCormick.

    A salute to volunteers Posted 77 days ago 2 Photos

    COURTESY PHOTO Inga Larson with her sons, Nick and Alex Gamble, all got their heads shaved May 3 to benefit St. Baldrick's Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research. The fundraiser was part of a daylong open house at Dundee Park.

    A bald statement for cancer research Posted 77 days ago 1 Photo
  • Local man cycling to stop diabetes Posted 77 days ago
  • Thursday, May 8, 2014

    ROSEMARY MACDONALD/Courtesy photo The little store at the corner of Washington and Summer streets that was demolished and carried away along with the attached house last week held plenty of memories for many.

    Farewell to the 'Little Store' Posted 84 days ago 2 Photos

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    A lasting footprint on Baker's Meadow Posted 84 days ago 3 Photos

    Courtesy photo Andover native Emily Burke, left, is featured in the ESPNU reality show "Cawl to Arms," a collegiate arm wrestling competition that begins airing on Monday. The Penn State senior is pictured with one of her teammates.

    Real-life game of arms Posted 84 days ago 1 Photo
  • Bridge to honor Iraq, Afghanistan veterans Posted 84 days ago

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