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Good morning, Andover! Here's your daily rundown of everything happening in town for Monday, Nov. 21, courtesy of Andover News.

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Reminder: Today at 5 p.m. is the deadline to register to vote to participate in the Dec. 1 special town meeting. Residents will be asked to consider raising taxes to pay for budget overruns at the West Elementary School and Shawsheen Preschool Construction project.

Weather: Cold and sunny with a high of 39. Mostly clear tonight with a low of 30 (compiled from the Weather Channel).

Today's Top Stories

For the second straight year, Andover High School defeated Walpole 1-0 in the Division I state field hockey championship.

Andover (23-1) has not lost since its first game of the season against Watertown. Junior Mia Batchelder scored the game's lone goal four minutes into the second quarter of Saturday's game at Burlington High School:

Happening today:

3:30 pm: Special Town Meeting info session
5 pm: Deadline to register to vote for Special Town Meeting
7 pm: Select Board

At Memorial Hall Library
10 am: Meet-Up Monday
10: 30 am: Morning Book Discussion Group
3 pm: Weekly Teen Craft: Jar Luminaries
6 pm: Fiber Arts Club

Happening Tomorrow:
7 pm: Andover High School Building Committee

At Memorial Hall Library
9:30 am: Wiggle Words
10:15 am: Toddler Tales
11 am: Little Listeners
4 pm: Teen Robotics Showcase
5:45 pm: Make-It Take-It
7:30 pm: Great Books Discussion Group

Other Things To Do
7 pm: Boston Tabloid: The Killing of Robin Benedict on Zoom
7:30 pm: Andover High School presents Cinderella

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