PARENTS OF TEEN DRIVERS – A hands-on, advanced driving clinic is coming to North Andover 9/15 & 16. Ford Driving Skills for Life is a free program that helps keeps our teens safe behind the wheel. Space is limited. Registration is OPEN and required.

Ford Driving Skills for Life free hands-on clinics help newly licensed drivers (teens with a learners permit or license) improve their skills in four key areas that are critical factors in more than 60% of vehicle crashes, including: Hazard Recognition, Vehicle Handling, Speed and Space Management. There also is a comprehensive section on Distracted and Impaired Driving.

This half day course is intended for newly licensed drivers to practice these skills in a safe, controlled environment, with professional instructors sitting next to them. This clinic is the next step beyond traditional driver education courses and a valuable next step in the learning process. Vehicles will be provided for this training.

In order to attend a Ford Driving Skills for Life hands-on clinic participants must have either their learners permit or driver’s license. The program is FREE of cost and vehicles will be provided to use during the event. Parents and guardians are strongly encouraged to attend the clinic and learn alongside participants. There will also be an information session for parents.


Northeast Mosquito Control is scheduled to mosquito spray tonight from 7:30pm to 12:00 am.

Northeast Mosquito Control is still scheduled to mosquito spray tonight from 7:30pm to 12:00 am.  They will be adulticiding and barrier spraying.  They will be adulticiding all town fields and town playgrounds as well as a small section of town around the area of Chickering Road, Osgood Street, Stevens Street and Pleasant Street.  The proposed adulticiding and barrier spraying on all school district properties and school district fields is postponed and an announcement will be made by the superintendent’s office.

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LAKE COCHICHEWICK SHORE CLEAN UP – Volunteers needed to assist with clean up of the shore around the lake, October 20, 2018 from 9:30 am to 11:30 am.

Please join the Public Works, Conservation, Planning Departments and the Harbormaster at the Steven’s Beach parking lot, on Pleasant Street, at 9:30 am on Saturday, October 20, 2018.

Permitted boat owners are encouraged to participate in the cleanup using their boats to collect trash along the shoreline.

Gloves, trash bags, trash grabber tools, and bag collection will be provided. Contact the DPW 978-685-0950 option 2, for more info.