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Good morning, Andover! Here's your daily rundown of everything happening in town for Friday, Nov. 18, courtesy of Andover News.

A.M. Briefing

Sports: AHS field hockey will play for its second straight state championship when the team faces Walpole at 11 a.m. Saturday at Burlington High School.

Weather: Sunny and cold, high 45. Clear skies tonight with a low of 26. More of the same tomorrow. Partly cloudy Sunday, with a high of 39 (compiled from the Weather Channel).

Today's Top Stories

Andover Will Tap $1.4M In Free Cash To Offset West El Budget Overruns

"This is good news," Andover Town Manager Andrew Flanagan said. "It reduces the overall tax impact."

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Andover Will Tap $1.4M In Free Cash To Offset West El Budget Overruns

Andover Will Offer Babysitting For Special Town Meeting Attendees

Monday at 5 p.m. is the deadline to register to vote to participate in the Dec. 1 special town meeting in Andover.

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Andover Will Offer Babysitting For Special Town Meeting Attendees

Happening today:

9:30 am: School Committee Informal Forum
5 pm: Board of Registrars of Voters

At Memorial Hall Library
3:00 pm: Super Smash Bros. for Teens at Memorial Hall Library

Other Things To Do
7:30 pm: Andover High School presents Cinderella

Happening Tomorrow:
10 am: Special Town Meeting info session
11 am: Andover Art + Placemaking Workshop

At Memorial Hall Library
10 am: Junior Green Gatherings
11 am: Big Predators – with Hands on Nature
2 pm: Book Explorers

Other Things To Do
Noon-2pm: Author appearance at Andover Bookstore
7:30 pm: Andover High School presents Cinderella

11 am: AHS field hockey vs. Walpole at Burlington High School
1 pm: AHS boys and girls cross country at All State Championship (Fort Devens)

Happening Sunday:
Other Things To Do
2 pm: Andover High School presents Cinderella

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