Good morning, Andover! Here's your daily rundown of everything happening in town for Monday, March 13, courtesy of Andover News.
AHS girl's basketball is heading to its second straight Division I final four after beating North Andover 50-43 on Friday. Amelia Hanscom had 17 points and Michaela Buckley added 14 for the Warriors (24-0) "It was literally a heavyweight fight," Andover coach Alan Hibino told the Boston Globe. "They'd throw a punch, we'd throw a punch, and we were just exchanging baskets [and] exchanging body blows. It was an electric, awesome environment."

The team will try to advance to the state finals tonight when they face Wachusett Regional High School in Woburn tonight. Tip off is at 7:15 (Photo: AHS Athletics/Twitter).

A.M. Briefing

Two Things To Know Today

  1. The Andover High School Parent Advisory Council is looking for sponsors for the annual Andover High School Senior Safari All-Night Graduation Event. Sponsorships begin at $100 and help off set the student ticket price substance-free party on graduation night for graduating seniors. For more information, email Jennifer Srivastava at
  2. The online travel site TravelLens has a list of the "15 Best Things To Do In Andover."


  • AHS girls' hockey was eliminated from the MIAA Division 2 tournament, falling 5-1 to second-seeded Duxbury (23-1-2) in the semifinals Saturday. Rose MacLean was the lone scorer for the Warriors.
Compiled from the Boston Globe, AHS Athletics and other media reports.


Andover and parts of central, northeaster and eastern will be under a winter storm watch from 8 p.m. tonight through 8 a.m Wednesday, with snow accumulation between 4-8 inches possible. "Travel could be difficult," the National Weather Services said Sunday. "Heavy wet snow combined with gusty winds could bring down tree branches and result in power outages."

Cloudy with a high of 45, with rain beginning tonight. Wind, rain and snow tomorrow morning, turning over to snow in the afternoon. Tuesday's accumulation could be between 3-5 inches, with an additional 1-3 inches Wednesday morning and gusty winds.

Check here for the latest Andover forecast.

- Compiled by Dave Copeland

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This Week In Andover, March 12-19

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Here’s the Andover News weekly rundown of government meetings, events and activities happening in Andover.

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Happening today:

7 pm: Select Board

At Memorial Hall Library
Teen Poetry Contest Opens
10 am: Meet-Up Monday
3 pm: Teen Weekly Activity: DIY Picture Frames
4:30 pm: Legomania
7 pm: English At Large Conversation Group

At the Robb Center
9 am: Sunrise Singers
9 am: Quilting Group
10 am: Non-Fiction Book Club
1 pm: Matinee
1 pm: Fix-It Shop
2 pm: Ping-Pong
(see the Robb Center newsletter for more info)

7:15 pm: Wachusett vs. AHS girls' basketball (Woburn High School)

Happening tomorrow:
3 pm: Andover School Committee Negotiations Subcommittee Executive Session
6:30 pm: Preservation Commission
7:30 pm: Planning Board Meeting

At Memorial Hall Library
9:30 am: Wiggle Words
10:15 am: Toddler Tales
11 am: Little Listeners
3:30 pm: VEX Robotics Team Showcase
5:45 pm: Make-It Take-It
7 pm: Going Vegan or Vegetarian: Diet Choices to Help the Planet

At the Robb Center
9 am: Comfort Critters
10 am: Tech Help
1 pm: Mah Jongg
1 pm: Social Bridge
1:30 pm: Growing Up in Lawrence
(see the Robb Center newsletter for more info)

Virtual Events
9:30 am: Dementia Dialogues

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