They're safe, when it comes to COVID-19.
With interim Superintendent Claudia Bach at the helm of Andover schools, the School Committee is focusing on finding a new permanent superintendent to start July 1.
As Andover children continue with hybrid learning due to the pandemic, parents are pressuring town education officials to get students back into classrooms full time.
A group of adults and children volunteered at the Lifting Spirits Miniature Therapy Horses facility in Andover as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
It started with one cake made from scratch and gifts bought with her babysitting money. Now Hannah Finn's One Wish Project is on the way to providing happy birthdays to more than 250 children.
Somewhere in Andover, a freezer has been holding 100 vials of frozen fluid so valuable that town Health Director Thomas Carbone refused to reveal its location.
ANDOVER — Martin Luther King Day is the only federal holiday designated as a national day of service. This year, Andover public schools have decided to celebrate King's legacy with the first ever APS Service Day.
In the days after George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police, hundreds of protests against police brutality and in support of the Black Lives Matter movement sprang up around the country.
All of a sudden one week in March, things changed across the Merrimack Valley. Schools closed their doors, churches were forced to forego weekly worship, and residents ran to the supermarket in hopes of snagging enough toilet paper to last for 14 days or more.
This was the year the world grew sick. More than 320,000 Americans have died from COVID-19, the virus still is surging, and pandemic-induced changes have tossed normalcy to the wind.
Three more people are dead from a COVID-19 outbreak at Atria Marland Place, bringing the total number of fatalities at the assisted living and memory care complex on Stevens Street to 16, according to an official at the company that owns the facility.
The pandemic has been wreaking havoc on small businesses across the Merrimack Valley and the country, but a local architecture firm has been quietly planning and hiring people to help rebuild after the pandemic.
Hundreds of local doctors were among the first frontline workers to receive Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine this week at both Lawrence General Hospital and Holy Family Hospital in Methuen, where shots were administered to employees in hopes of curbing the spread of coronavirus.
BOSTON — Police officers accused of wrongdoing could be brought before a board mostly composed of civilians with the power to suspend them and take away their credentials.
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