Good morning, Andover! Here's your daily rundown of everything happening in town for Saturday, Nov. 12, courtesy of Andover News.
Above: Winterlights doesn’t open until Nov. 25 at Stevens-Coolidge House & Gardens in North Andover and two other Massachusetts properties operated by The Trustees of Reservations, but tickets are more than 70 percent sold.

A.M. Briefing

Sports: AHS girls field hockey advanced to the Division I semifinals with a 4-1 win over King Philip. Emma Reilly had two goals and an assist....St. John's Prep defeated AHS football 48-14 at Lovely field in the MIAA Division I quarterfinals....Newton South eliminated AHS girls volleyball with a 3-1 win in the Division I quarterfinals.(compiled from Boston Globe high school scoreboard and other media reports).

Weather: Rain ending this morning, mostly sunny this afternoon with a high of 72. Partly cloudy and cooler on Sunday with a high of 54. Sunny, cool on Monday (compiled from the Weather Channel).

Today's Top Stories

Draft Master Plan Emphasizes Housing, Tax Base Growth

The Master Plan draft hints at more borrowing to help pay for the improvements that will be envisioned in the final plan.

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Draft Master Plan Emphasizes Housing, Tax Base Growth

This Week In Andover: Nov. 13-20

This Week In Andover: Nov. 13-20
Here’s the Andover News weekly rundown of government meetings, events and activities happening in Andover.

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Happening today:

At Memorial Hall Library
10 am: Saturday Stories
2 pm: Saturday Science

1 pm: AHS boys and girls cross country at MIAA Division I Championship (Wrentham)

Happening Tomorrow:
At Memorial Hall Library
1 pm: Board Games Club

Other Things To Do:
9 am: Run For The Troops
2 pm: "Falling In Love With Barbershop" at Temple Emanuel

Happening Monday:
7 pm: Andover High School Building Committee Sustainability Charrette

At Memorial Hall Library
10 am: Meet-Up Monday
3 pm: Weekly Teen Craft: Comics Bookmarks
7 pm: English At Large Conversation Group

Other Things To Do
7 pm: Food Insecurity in Andover (Discussion)

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