Local leaders discuss STEM collaboration through Andover Public Library

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – Several local leaders, businesses and area residents joined together on Saturday, Sept. 15 to discuss the idea of collaboration on STEM efforts through a NASA at My Library grant that Andover Public Library has received and wants to utilize well within the community.(From Sept. 21 edition).

Andover Village Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation has multiple services

by Doris Cook

ANDOVER - The Andover Village Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation has been serving its residents for over 35 years. The owner and staff continue to offer multiple health relates services including dialysis provided by DaVita Dialysis Center, which is attached by a hallway. (From Sept. 21 edition).

Andover UMC invites locals to attend this year’s Women’s Day event

by Lauren Locke

 ANDOVER – With all the separations and heartbreak in the world today several women from Andover UMC are choosing to take on a different approach by once again hosting a free Women’s Day event for any ladies in the community this weekend on Saturday, Sept. 22.(From Sept. 21 edition).

Andover Village Mayor French issues a proclamation for Constitution Week

by Lauren Locke

 ANDOVER – As a way of helping others remember Constitution Week, Venie Hinson, on behalf of local chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution received a proclamation from the Village of Andover through Mayor Buddy French on Saturday, Sept. 15 at Andover Public Library. (From Sept. 21 edition).

Plenty flock to Andover VFD gun raffle/sportsman's festival

by Lauren Locke

 JEFFERSON- Lots of food, beverages, the chance to win some guns, along with a cash were all motivating factors in bringing out locals and visitors to this year’s Andover Volunteer Fire Department gun raffle and sportsman’s festival on Saturday, Sept. 8 within Ashtabula County Fair Grounds of Jefferson.(From Sept. 14 edition).

A-Tech and Chromaflo get PV seventh graders excited for career day

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER- A few lucky seventh grade students had the opportunity to see how colorant is made thanks to a career presentation offered by A-Tech Coordinators Denise Miller and Staci Zappitelli, along with Jennifer Kaplin and Kyle Corrigan of Chromaflo on Friday, Sept. 7 at PV Middle School.(From Sept. 14 edition).