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January 8, 2014

Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation begins accepting 'Targeted Grant' applications


HAVERHILL — Every Tuesday morning this month the library is showing a classic sci-fi creature-feature film. Stop by at 10 a.m. for viewings on the big screen. Check the library’s online events calendar for movie titles at www.haverhillpl.org.

Fee change for dog licenses

ANDOVER — Residents have until Feb. 28 to turn in their dog license renewals or they will face an additional $5 surcharge.

Town Clerk Larry Murphy recently issued a bulletin that dog license renewal notices were sent to dog owners on Dec. 9. But fees and renewal requirements have changed.

The fee for spayed or neutered dogs is now $13 with proof from a veterinarian. Intact dogs are $14.

All dogs must have proof of a current rabies vaccination.

Dog owners may renew their dog’s registration in the town clerk’s office from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Renewals are also accepted through the mail by sending a check payable to the Town of Andover along with the required documentation to the clerk’s office at 36 Bartlet St.

For more information, call the clerk’s office at 978-623-8255 or email townclerk@andoverma.gov.

College launches new career website

HAVERHILL — Northern Essex Community College has a new career website for its students and alumni, and the college is inviting local businesses and nonprofits to create an account and add their jobs, internships, and volunteer positions to the site.

Once employers open an account, which is free and a simple process, they can manage posts for open positions and view student applicants’ profiles, resumes, and cover letters. Employers can access the site 24 hours a day.

“We have over 7,000 current students and tens of thousands of alumni,” said Ashley Bragger, staff associate, Northern Essex Career Connections. “NECClink, our new site, is the perfect way for employers to reach Northern Essex students and alumni.”

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