Pymatuning Valley senior looks back at mission trip with gratitude

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – Despite the hardship the world is facing right now with the coronavirus pandemic, Pymatuning Valley senior Sara Tilton finds herself looking back on her mission trip to Tegucigalpa, Honduras, last summer with Eagleville Bible Church to remind herself of all the reasons she has to be thankful.(From March 27 edition).

Andover Public Library teaches a butterfly craft on Facebook Live

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – Patrons and community members tuned in to Facebook Live at 1 p.m. Friday, March 20, as Andover Public Library Adult Programmer Sheila Privett instructed families how to make a simple butterfly craft using materials around the home. (From March 27 edition).

Andover Village Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation requests medical supplies

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – Due to supplies being dangerously low in long-term facilities such as Andover Village Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation, health-care workers are requesting the public to consider donating any personal protective equipment (PPE) to their facility, located at 486 South Main Street in Andover. (From March 27 edition).

Plan forms in Roaming Shores regarding clogged lift stations

by Lauren Locke

ROAMING SHORES – Mayor Jennie D’Amicone, Roaming Shores Councilors Ed Koziol, Chris Plickert and Marlene Hocevar, along with Rome Rock Association Liaison/Board Member Cheryl Fain, all gathered together informally Tuesday, March 10, at the village hall in order to discuss a plan in educating residents about the clogged lift stations in the area. (From March 20 edition).

Jamestown resident self-publishes a novel to help shed light on mental illness

by Lauren Locke

JAMESTOWN – While being creative certainly does not imply mental illness, many do find themselves putting pen to paper as a coping strategy in what they face, as did Jamestown resident Christy Lindsay in self-publishing a novel entitled “Freeing Colt: Part I” through BookLocker.com, this past month.(From March 20 edition).

Andover Village maintains regular business hours

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – With state mandates being issued throughout Ohio regarding closings of businesses and canceling of events, Andover Village will be continuing to maintain regular business hours in order to care for the needs of residents. (From March 20 edition).