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Stop & Shop opened its Andover store in Shawsheen Plaza on June 24, 2011, a year after the [[Andover Business - Market Basket| Market Basket]] at that location closed.  
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Allen Hinton was the first person in New England to exclusively sell ice cream. Hinton, an ex-slave and waiter at the Theological Seminary, began selling ice cream in 1877. The stand was located on Hidden Road and was operated until 1930 by Hinton's heirs.  
  
 
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*[http://www.andovertownsman.com/local/x2099993031/One-year-later-Stop-Shop-to-open "One year later, Stop & Shop to open",'' Andover Townsman Online''], June 24, 2011, p.17. 
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*"Local Ice Cream Business had Flourished Over the Years", ''Townsman'', August 27, 2015, page 15
  
  
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Allen Hinton was the first person in New England to exclusively sell ice cream. Hinton, an ex-slave and waiter at the Theological Seminary, began selling ice cream in 1877. The stand was located on Hidden Road and was operated until 1930 by Hinton's heirs.

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  • "Local Ice Cream Business had Flourished Over the Years", Townsman, August 27, 2015, page 15



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