Providence Stables opens up to the public at its location in Kinsman

by Lauren Locke

KINSMAN – If you’re looking for a place with an indoor arena to ride, boarding, lessons or a place you can eventually enjoy trail rides you may want to look into the brand new business of Providence Stables at its location of 7166 Perkins-Greenville Road in Kinsman.(From April 27 edition).

Local musician makes plans to expand his repertoire to Andover

by Lauren Locke

WILLIAMSFIELD – While most area residents will be spending their time over the next several months looking for outdoor musicians they can listen to, Williamsfield resident Mark Webb will be doing the opposite as he is currently in the process of making plans to offer musical entertainment to the public instead.(From April 27 edition).

Local families attend Kinsman Free Public Library’s baby and toddler time

by Lauren Locke

KINSMAN – The story Brown Bear, Brown Bear by Eric Carle was only one of many fun, interactive activities offered to a few young children on Monday, April 23 at Kinsman Free Public Library thanks to a designated baby and toddler time held by Children’s Librarian Dianne Piper. (From April 27 edition).

Andover churches prep this year’s National Day of Prayer service

by Lauren Locke

 

ANDOVER – As part of their annual tradition six different ministers of the Andover area will once again be joining together to offer a special service for this year’s 66th annual National Day of Prayer at Noon on Thursday, May 3 within Andover Public Square if the weather is nice and inside Andover UMC if otherwise.(From April 27 edition).

Village of Roaming Shores swears in a new sergeant among other business

by Lauren Locke

ROAMING SHORES – A swearing in of Sergeant Clay Beck, a presentation from Gary Hunter from Route 6 Tourist Association, as well a discussion over several ordinances were some of the main topics on the agenda on Tuesday, April 17 during Village of Roaming Shores regular monthly council meeting.(From April 20 edition).

PV Primary School gathers families for an upper level math/literacy night

by Lauren Locke

 ANDOVER – Games, packets and an atmosphere of togetherness surrounded PV Primary School on Thursday, April 12 as second through fourth grade families spent an evening in classrooms brushing up on math and literacy skills while further connecting with one another. (From April 20 edition).