NEW – Online Annuity Application from the Massachusetts Department of Veterans Services

NEW – Online Annuity Application from the Massachusetts Department of Veterans Services

The Massachusetts Department of Veterans Services has launched a new online Annuity application that went live today (8/31/2020).  To learn more about the annuity and the application process, please visit

Have questions or need assistance?  We are here for you!  Email Veteran Services for North Andover and Boxford at, or give us a call at 978-688-9525.


Still need to return your Vote-by-Mail ballot? Drop it in the dropbox in front of North Andover Town Hall.

In-person early voting for the September 1, 2020 State Primary is now over.  The Town Clerk's Office recommends that residents who have received a Vote-by-Mail ballot for the State Primary drop the ballot in the Town Hall dropbox (located in front of North Andover Town Hall, 120 Main Street) to ensure timely receipt of your ballot.

Mail-In Ballots must be received by Tuesday, September 1 at 8 p.m. 
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Gas Restoration Project Update (8/28/2020)

Gas Restoration Project – During the week of August 17, 2020, the DPW staff had an on-site meeting with residents along Russell Avenue to discuss and collect feedback on proposed additional road and sidewalk restoration work taking place within the Contract 1 area.  In addition, survey work continues along Waverly Road within the Contract 2 area to assist with the engineering design for the restoration of the roadway and sidewalks.

For more information regarding the gas restoration project, please visit  You can also sign up for the Gas News and Alerts email list and have the latest gas related updates sent directly to your inbox.  Sign up here!
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Upcoming Event with Debby Irving, Author of Waking up White: I’m a Good Person, Isn’t that Enough? – September 29, 2020 at 7 p.m.

I'm a Good Person! Isn't that Enough? – Virtual Event with Debby Irving

This program is the first in the series: Libraries Working Towards Social Justice.
This virtual event will be held using Zoom Webinar. Registration is required using this link.

Using historical and media images, racial justice educator and writer, Debby Irving, examines how she used her white-skewed belief system to interpret the world around her. Socialized on a narrow worldview, Debby explores how she spent decades silently reaffirming harmful, archaic racial patterns instead of questioning the racial disparities and tensions she could see and feel.

This program is designed to support white people in making the paradigm shift from ‘fixing’ and ‘helping’ those believed to be inferior, to focusing on internalized white superiority and its role in perpetuating racism at the individual, interpersonal, institutional, and cultural levels.

This presentation includes pauses for reflection, dialog, and Q&A with an invited panel. Panelists include Bria Gadsen, Elizabeth Walther-Grant, and Mayara Reis of Merrimack Valley Black & Brown Voices, and Amaryllis Lopez from Elevated Thought.

This program is offered in collaboration with Courageous Conversations and eight Merrimack Valley libraries – Burlington Public Library, Haverhill Public Library, Lawrence Public Library, Memorial Hall Library, Nevins Memorial Library, Stevens Memorial Library, Tewksbury Public Library & Wilmington Memorial Library.
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