Sunday, January 20, 2013
North Andover's restaurant scene offers plenty of healthy dishes that are packed with flavor.
Football games, holiday parties and tasty nights out on the town. They’re all just evil conspiracies to ruin your New Year’s Resolutions. It’s hard to eat healthily when you have a great football team that plays late into January. It’s not easy to make good decisions when you live in one of the best havens for restaurants in the Merrimack Valley. It’s also hard to get back on track after a holiday season filled with heartwarming meals and delicious treats. Patch is here today to steer you back on track. Keeping your resolutions can be easier than you think. Plentiful options around North Andover paired with a little bit of regular exercise can keep your New Year’s Resolutions within reach. Just take a look at some of these healthy, tasty …
Friday, August 17, 2012
We love local businesses, and here are some new ones close by.
Have you noticed a new store while driving around the area recently? Patch loves small business and we try to cover every new opening. Here is a look at some recent business openings and happenings on the region. Have you noticed a new shop and have been wondering what it is? Leave us a note in the comment section and we will check it out. NORTH ANDOVER There's a new real estate business in town. Draper Real Estate offers real estate help for sellers and buyers and more. Owner Rosemary Draper says to come on in, because the market in town is doing well. And she recently hired real estate agent Sam Parrish to her team. And once you get that new home, you may have to do some remodeling. Kitchen Ambiance opened recently on Main Street and …
Friday, February 3, 2012
Dr. Lawrence Bourdeau, co-owner of Off-Season Sports & Physical Therapy in North Andover, played an integral role on Super Bowl winning 2001 Patriots.
- Jay Oza
Friday, February 3, 2012
Dr. Lawrence Bourdeau's journey to North Andover began with a cooperative program between Northeastern University and the New England Patriots. Bourdeau, now the co-owner of Off-Season Sports & Physical Therapy in North Andover, was awarded the privilege of working on the Patriots medical staff as an undergrad. “We had access to absolutely everything,” Bourdeau told Patch. “It was fun to have access to all the different types of treatment modalities.” He had an impact on one of the great defensive performances ever when the New England defense stymied St. Louis’ “Greatest Show on Turf” in Super Bowl XXXVI. “I was mostly in charge of working with linebackers and defensive backs,” he said. A decade later, it remains one of his favorite …