Andover lays claim to a number of women artists. One of the interesting things about three of them — Frances Dalton, Beverly Darling, and Dorothy Piercy – was how they managed to couple their creative lives with both traditional and non-traditional roles for women at that time.
When state education officials earlier this month announced the extension of masking requirements in K-12 schools, they also quietly tucked in a change affecting a small number of schools where local officials have opted to drop the mask mandate.
With a growing number of COVID-19 cases in Andover and around the state, many people are struggling to get access to testing — either PCR or an home test. Lines at the Lawrence General testing site recently took some people more than six hours to get through. Have you been able to get tested when you need it, or has it been a struggle?
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Andover - Anastasios Moshonisiou, 92, passed away on Jan. 13, 2022. Beloved husband of the late Elene (Martakis) Moshonisiou. Devoted father of Elene Viscosi-Spieler, Barbara Kasseris, and the late Pauline Bouboulis. Also survived by grandchildren, great-grandchildren, relatives and friends.…
Beverly - George Layden passed away on January 13th at the age of 86. He lived in Beverly, but was formerly a long time resident of Andover. A private person he liked going to the Andover Library to sit and read. He leaves his sister, Carolyn Gage and her husband William of Jaffrey, NH. As h…
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