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Feds: No more comfort animals on flightsThe days of bringing your comfort turtle, or peacock, onboard an airline are over. The government has decided that when it comes to air travel, only dogs can be service animals, and companions used...

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Boston small business owners expect strong post-coronavirus bounceback: SurveyAs the region enters a dark winter amid the coronavirus pandemic, small business owners are remaining confident about a strong bounce back in the future.

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, business booms at Christmas tree farmsWhile other businesses are struggling just to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, many Christmas tree farms are reporting their best year ever.

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Serge Georges Jr. appointment would bring 'promise of possibility' to Supreme Judicial CourtThe Governor's Council could cap a year defined by the coronavirus pandemic, racial strife, social injustice and a "great loss" on the state's high court with "hope and the promise of possibility" by confirming Boston Municipal Court Judge Serge Georges Jr., former U.S. Sen.

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Boston families call for school reopening, citing harm to students learning remotelyBoston schools families rallying for a return to in-person learning outside City Hall Wednesday said kids are suffering under remote instruction, which has lasted months, and placed blame on the district and Mayor Martin Walsh.

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Top Walsh aide heading to Amazon's Boston officeBoston Mayor Martin Walsh's departing head of civic engagement Jerome Smith is shipping out to Amazon.

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Celtics guard Kemba Walker prepares for a gradual returnThe Celtics guard has been placed on a 12-week strengthening program for his sore left knee following a stem cell injection, and isn’t due back until some time in January.

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A€˜My God, We're Scared': Serial Attacks Put Waltham on EdgeThe attacks come after dark, without warning, usually from behind. The victims, all men, are hit so hard on the head with some sort of blunt object that they...

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Salvation Army says need for giving is higher this year despite new donation challengesThe Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign is facing new challenges this year and is just one of many holiday traditions impacted by the pandemic.

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Shark experts join forces in New England consortiumShark experts from all over New England are pooling their resources to study great whites - a move that came after a Maine woman was killed in an attack this past summer.

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Walmart drops $35 minimum for its members' online ordersIn this Nov. 18, 2020 file photo, a woman, wearing a protective face mask due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak, wheels a cart with her purchases out of a Walmart store, in Derry, N.H. Shoppers on Walmart.com who pay a $98-a-year membership fee will get free shipping on orders of any size starting Friday, Dec.

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Biden gives dire coronavirus warning for next 2 monthsWASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden has issued a dire warning about the spread of the coronavirus over the next two months, predicting as many as 250,000 deaths.

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Patriots QB Cam Newton lands on injury report for first time this seasonNew England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton looks for a receiver during the first half of an NFL football game against the New York Jets, Monday, Nov.

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Ticker: Biden has no immediate plans to lift china tariffs; San Francisco bans smoking inside apartments, pot smoking OKAPresident-elect Joe Biden says he won’t immediately lift tariffs placed by President Donald Trump on many imports from China or break Trump’s initial trade deal.

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United Way, Best Hospitality Training, And Local 26 Launch FundThe program will provide support to hospitality workers in need.

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Supreme Court wrestles with non-unanimous juries caseWASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Wednesday struggled with whether to require new trials for potentially thousands of prisoners who were convicted by non-unanimous juries before the court barred the practice earlier this year.

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Man Charged With Manslaughter in Beating Death of His Chelsea RoommateA man has been charged with beating his roommate to death this weekend in Chelsea, Massachusetts, prosecutors said Wednesday.

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Perfectly Steamed Maine LobsterLobster is my favorite food in the WHOLE world. That being said, it can for sure be a little temperamental in terms of cooking for all of us  INCLUDING restaurants!

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Restaurant jaunts create credibility issue for politiciansSAN FRANCISCO — Their messaging has been clear: wear a mask, stay 6 feet apart from others, and most importantly: stay home!

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Bettman: NHL players have to decide to pay now or laterNHL Commissioner Gary Bettman warned players Wednesday they are likely going to have to pay one way or another to make up for the league’s projected lost revenue whenever the 2020-21 season gets underway.

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Nurses wanted: Swamped hospitals scramble for pandemic helpOMAHA, Neb. — U.S. hospitals slammed with COVID-19 patients are trying to lure nurses and doctors out of retirement, recruiting students and new graduates who have yet to earn their licenses and offering eye-popping salaries in a desperate bid to ease staffing shortages.

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City Councilor Matt O'Malley takes hat out of ringMatt O'Malley, who has a 6 tattooed on his arm for the city-council district he has served for ten years, announced today he won't be running for re-election next year.

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Rafer Johnson, 1960 Olympic decathlon champion, dies at 86LOS ANGELES  Rafer Johnson, who won the decathlon at the 1960 Rome Olympics and helped subdue Robert F. Kennedys assassin in 1968, died Wednesday.

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No bail for 21-year-old man charged in fatal Malden shootingA 21-year-old man charged in connection with a fatal shooting in Malden has been held without bail, according to Middlesex District Attorney Marian T. Ryan.

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Stock indexes shake off a weak start and end mostly higherStocks shook off a sluggish start to finish with modest gains Wednesday, nudging the S&P 500 index to an all-time high for the second straight day.

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Biden, top Democrats swing behind bipartisan virus aid billWASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden swung behind a bipartisan COVID-19 relief effort Wednesday and his top Capitol Hill allies cut their demands for a $2 trillion-plus measure by more than half in hopes of breaking a monthslong logjam and delivering much-sought aid as the tempestuous congressional session speeds to a close.

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First doses of Pfizer vaccine could be available in Massachusetts Dec. 15: top doctor15, according to the head of the Massachusetts Medical Society, and will go to large acute care hospitals first.

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Potential life on ancient Mars likely lived below the surface, study saysCNN)  If life ever existed on ancient Mars, it may not have found a way on the surface  but several miles below it....

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Emerson President Lee Pelton Will Be Next President Of The Boston FoundationThe Boston Foundation is one of the twenty largest community foundations in the country and has assets of more than $1.2 billion.

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How Will Boston's Restaurants Survive Winter?Plus we hear from the new head of the Boston Foundation, current Emerson President Lee Pelton.

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Massachusetts coronavirus cases rise 4,613  a one-day record high for stateMassachusetts health officials reported 4,613 new coronavirus cases Wednesday, the highest one-day count for the state since the virus arrived in the state, while officials also reported 46 more virus deaths.

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Coronavirus Cases Increase In Massachusetts Prisons And JailsThe increase comes amidst allegations by attorneys for families of two inmates that the state Department of Correction is trying to hide the number of people dying of COVID-19 in its custody.

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Berklee K-Pop Expert Says Music Students Can Learn From BTSHae Joo Kim is an expert on K-Pop and popular music in Korea. Now that K-Pop is dominating in America, she says there are lessons in its success for American music students.

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With Boston's Temporary Outdoor Dining Program Over, How Do Restaurants Survive The Winter?We take listener calls on the cold winter ahead for restaurants, and check in with two members of the industry.

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Boston city councilor Matt O'Malley to retire after this termBoston City Councilor Matt O'Malley won't run for re-election next year as he looks forward to "the next chapter" following many years in and around local politics.

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Mass. health officials announce 4,613 new COVID cases, a new single-day highBOSTON – The Department of Public Health announced 4,613 newly confirmed coronavirus cases on Wednesday.

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Vermont Baby's Death: Parents Arrested Following 4-Month InvestigationThe parents of a 1-month-old baby boy have been arrested four months after the infant died in the family's Vermont home.

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Massachusetts Reports 4,613 New COVID Cases, 46 Additional DeathsThe Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported 4,613 new confirmed COVID cases and 46 additional deaths in the state on Wednesday.

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Mass. Confirms 4,613 More COVID Cases, the Largest Single-Day TotalMassachusetts reported 46 more coronavirus deaths Wednesday and 4,613 new confirmed cases, the largest single-day total for the state.

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Mass. reports 4,613 new COVID-19 cases, 46 new deathsThe Massachusetts coronavirus data, Wednesday, Dec.

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High bail for Chelsea man accused of beating roommate to deathA Chelsea man was ordered to be held on $100,000 bail Tuesday after he was arrested for allegedly beating his roommate to death over the weekend, officials said,.

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I found you! : Local man dresses up like Buddy the Elf to meet biological fatherA local man got into the holiday spirit just in time to meet his biological father.

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BPR Full Show 12/2/20: Beyond BarsMedical ethicist Art Caplan broke down the latest headlines around a COVID-19 vaccine, from new distribution guidelines from the CDC, to the U.K.'s emergency authorization of the Pfizer vaccine.

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Firefighters rescue mother, 2 young kids after flames engulf Boston apartment buildingFirefighters rescued a mother and her two children from the top-floor balcony of an apartment building in Boston’s South End as fast-moving flames engulfed the structure on Wednesday morning.

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Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo a 'Leading Contender' for Biden Cabinet PositionDemocratic Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo is reportedly seen as a "leading contender" to be President-elect Joe Biden's Secretary of the...

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Anti-Death Penalty Activist Sister Helen Prejean: 'We Have to Begin to Heal'During a Wednesday interview on Boston Public Radio, Sister Helen Prejean condemned a string of executions green-lit by President Trump in his final weeks in office.

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Celtics Schedule: C's to Open 2020-21 NBA Season Vs. Bucks, Giannis AntetokounmpoThe Boston Celtics' opponent for the first game of the 2020-21 NBA season has been revealed.

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Celtics' Walker says stem cells 'calmed my knee down a lot'BOSTON — Boston Celtics point guard Kemba Walker said Wednesday that his left knee has responded well to a stem cell injection that is expected to keep him out until at least January.

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Goodell: NFL committed to finishing regular season on timeNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday the league remains committed to finishing the regular season as scheduled.

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Did an HP Hood milk crate float across the Atlantic?Lego Lost at Sea posts a couple of photos of an HP Hood milk crate that wound up on a beach in Cornwall in the UK today.

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Britain OKs Pfizer vaccine and will begin shots within daysLONDON — Britain became the first country in the world to authorize a rigorously tested COVID-19 vaccine Wednesday and could be dispensing shots within days — a historic step toward eventually ending the outbreak that has killed more than 1.4 million people around the globe.

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North Shore Ambulance Service to Roll Out In-Home COVID TestsAs cases of the novel coronavirus continue to rise in Massachusetts, lines for COVID-19 tests appear to be growing longer in many communities.

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Maine Elects Youngest House Speaker in the USWith Gov. Janet Mills in quarantine, the state’s acting chief justice instead swore lawmakers into office Wednesday in a historic offsite session that featured the state’s first openly gay House speaker and the first Black woman in a party leadership position.

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BC will tackle Virginia in season finale.The BC players interested in going to the NFL will have extra exposure in 11 game schedule.

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Police arrrest man they say tried to rob two in Fields Corner but only netted a quarterBoston Police report arresting a man they say used a box cutter to hold up somebody on Adams Street in Dorchester last night - only to find the victim had just a quarter - and then punched another person who refused to give him any money at all.

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UK authorizes Pfizer coronavirus vaccine for emergency useBritain authorized a COVID-19 vaccine for use Wednesday, greenlighting the first shot backed up by rigorous scientific review.

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Massachusetts on the verge of becoming first state to ban police use of facial recognitionMassachusetts lawmakers have voted to ban use of facial recognition and collection of other biometric identifiers by law enforcement in a sweeping police reform bill that received significant bipartisan support.

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Obama draws progressive ire for criticizing 'snappy' slogans like 'defund the police'Former President Barack Obama is drawing some progressive ire after warning in a new interview that politicians and activists lose support when using “snappy” slogans like “defund the police.”.

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Dig This: Our Favorite Events Around Greater BostonBe sure to visit the Dig's pop-up at the Popportunity Winter Market in Central Square.

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Kemba Walker in no rush to return for Celtics until knee is rightKemba said in his first press conference of the season he looks forward to time off and feels better after an October stem cell injection in his left knee.

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Trump teases 2024 run at White House Christmas partyPresident Trump teased running again for president in 2024 as he hosted a holiday reception at the White House on Tuesday evening.

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Why a Boston church got Anthony Fauci to speak to its congregationI was really surprised at how many parishioners, how many people, not just in the church, but in the community, said they weren't going to take the vaccine.""

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Live updates: The latest coronavirus news from around New EnglandSigns on the Harvard University campus tell students to wear a mask during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.

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Police: 2 people killed in crash involving dump truck in UxbridgeUXBRIDGE, Mass.  Two people are dead following a crash involving a dump truck in Uxbridge on Wednesday, officials said.

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Boston Celtics daily links 12/2/20All the Celtics news you need in one convenient place.

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Mother, 2 children among those displaced by apartment fireThe three were taken to Massachusetts General Hospital with minor injuries, fire officials said.

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How activists have responded to the Mass. police reform billMany tens of thousands of people marched in Massachusetts in so many demonstrations, as they did around the country, asking them to address these issues and this does address not all, but at least some, of those issues, ” activist Lew Finfer told GBH about the bill, now heading to Gov.

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Police searching for suspect who allegedly stole Christmas trees in RaynhamA Raynham garden center is hoping authorities will be able to capture a suspect who allegedly stole Christmas trees, wreaths, and money, and caused damages resulting in a loss of about $10,000 early Monday.

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Rain and Snow Showers Wednesday Evening Precede Weekend Storm System in New EnglandThe day started off with sunshine but will finish with some clouds, rain and snow showers.

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A chat w/ Floating Shapes ahead of their stream on the BH Instagram Live TONIGHT 12/2 @ 8pmDan Shea: I was going to ask if you've been getting together with any of your ensembles, but it looks like we'll be getting a Floating Shapes set for this stream?

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Uxbridge Dump Truck Crash Leaves 1 Dead, 1 HurtThe driver of a car is dead after it collided with a dump truck on the Massachusetts Route 16 in Uxbridge Wednesday, Uxbridge police said.

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New Hampshire certifies Biden victory in presidential voteDURHAM, N.H. — New Hampshire certified its presidential election results Wednesday in favor of Joe Biden.

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Wrestling trailblazer Pat Patterson has died at 79CNN)  Legendary wrestler Pat Patterson has died, World Wrestling Entertainment announced Wednesday. WWE is saddened to learn that Pat Patterson has passed away at...

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Alleged Drunk Driver Crashes Into Lynn Store, Vehicle: PoliceA man is facing drunk driving charges after police said he crashed his vehicle into a store then another vehicle Wednesday morning in Lynn, Massachusetts.

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5,000 reward offered in series of 'unprovoked, random assaults' in MassachusettsAuthorities in Waltham, Massachusetts, are "dramatically increasing" patrol in search of a suspect believed to be linked to 10 unprovoked attacks since Nov.

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Patriots designate TE Dalton Keene to return off IR, down one linebacker at practiceHe has missed the Pats' last four games. Fellow rookie Devin Asiasi, who was designated to return off IR a week ago, continues to practice, but has yet to be added to the active roster.

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Maine Gov. Mills Reports a€˜No Symptoms' in Quarantine; Security Guard Tests Positive for COVID-19Maine Gov. Janet Mills on Wednesday said she was showing no COVID-19 symptoms while in quarantine, despite a member of her security detail testing positive for...

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Wisconsin governor calls Trump lawsuit an 'assault'MADISON, Wis.  President Donald Trumps attempt to overturn Wisconsins election results by tossing ballots only from the states two most heavily Democratic counties...

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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: BostonWhen visiting Boston, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is a great option for a cold or rainy day.

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Boston Herald now offers ad-free, unlimited digital subscriptionsDo you get tired of ads popping up over the articles you're trying to consume before your busy day begins or winds down?

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Justice Department investigating potential presidential pardon bribery schemeThe Justice Department is investigating a potential crime related to funneling money to the White House or related political committee in exchange for a presidential pardon, according to court records unsealed Tuesday in federal court.

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Parents, young students rally in Boston as timeline for return to in-person learning remains unclearDozens of parents and young students rallied in Boston on Wednesday morning to demand answers from education officials, one day after Mayor Martin J. Walsh said that reopening the city’s public schools for in-person learning likely won’t happen until after Christmas break.

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Authorities pull stolen Jeep out of pond in StonehamThe state police Air Wing and Drive Team searched Doleful Pond after a patrol unit located the Jeep in the water.

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CDC shortens recommended coronavirus quarantine period to as few as 7 daysThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the standard 14-day quarantine period after someone is exposed to the coronavirus can now be shortened to as little as seven days.

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A REAL Mom's Holiday Wish List :: SarahMoms are typically the ones MAKING the holiday magic happen, but we have wish lists too!

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Banned In Boston #1: A mixtape of new musicThis mix was originally given out only to Boston Hassle patreon supporters. If you like what you hear please consider supporting us @ the link below.

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US tightens definition of service animals allowed on planesThe government has decided that when it comes to air travel, only dogs can be service animals, and companions used for emotional support don’t count.

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Maine police investigate death of pedestrian in rainstormMaine — Police in Maine are investigating a crash that killed an 81-year-old woman in the town of Mexico.

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Roslindale supermarket getting new owner and name and renovationsWinsight Grocery Business reports the cooperative that owns the Price Rite supermarket on River Street in Hyde Park has bought the Save A Lot chain, which has a supermarket in the strip mall on American Legion Highway.

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Houses of Worship Have Become COVID Super-Spreaders in MassachusettsDozens of COVID-19 clusters have developed in Massachusetts houses of worship since the pandemic began, leading to hundreds of confirmed cases of the highly infectious virus, Gov.

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Wintry Wednesday a Precursor to Potential Weekend SnowAlthough sunshine started our Wednesday in much of New England, the same storm responsible for our rain and wind two days ago still isn’t totally done with us yet.

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How the Mass. Coalition of Police has responded to the proposed reform bill"The bill as written simply goes too far in micromanaging police operations."

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If you demand food from chains, you need to get down to the DedhamBoston Restaurant Talk reports an outlet of the Jersey Mike's sub chain has opened in a closed Dunkin' Donuts in that sort of rotary where Washington Street and Providence Highway meet in Dedham.

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6 Vehicles Catch Fire at Boxborough Tow LotFirefighters helped extinguish a fire involving six vehicles at a tow lot in Boxborough, Massachusetts, early Wednesday morning.

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WCVB's Nneka Nwosu Faison shares experiences working as a Black journalistIt’s ingrained in your head that you just can’t show any weakness.”.

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Interpol warns world against coronavirus vaccine fraud by mobThe world's top law enforcement agency is warning of "an onslaught" of fake or stolen coronavirus vaccines as organized crime syndicates plot to "infiltrate or disrupt supply chains."

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US lawmakers unveil anti-slavery constitutional amendmentNEW YORK — National lawmakers are expected on Wednesday to introduce a joint resolution aimed at striking language from the U.S. Constitution that enshrines a form of slavery in America’s foundational documents.

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White House coronavirus task force warns states: 'We are in a very dangerous place'The White House coronavirus task force issued extremely dire warnings to states in weekly reports this week, urging public health officials to circumvent state and local policies amid record high cases, hospitalizations and deaths, as well as fears of a surge upon a surge following Thanksgiving.

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Rhode Island prison medical director resigns; gyms ordered closedPROVIDENCE, R.I. — The state Department of Corrections medical director is stepping down as Rhode Islands prison system deals with a spike in coronavirus...

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Bill Belichick: Chargers DE Joey Bosa is as good as any player the Patriots faceBosa's 7.5 sacks this season put him among the league's top-10 leaders.

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Boston Red Sox Free Agent Target: Brad HandHe'd been with Cleveland ever since, including this past season. They could have had him for the upcoming 2021 season as well, but in a move that was the biggest signal thus far of the lack of spending we'll see this offseason they placed him on waivers rather than pay him the $10 million option they had for 2021.

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Gun, marijuana, debit cards seized in Tyngsboro traffic stopTYNGSBORO — A 20-year-old Roslindale man is facing felony drug and gun charges after allegedly driving 20 miles over the speed limit on Route 3 in Tyngsboro brought him to the attention of a patrolling state trooper.

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Chelmsford Select Board opts to keep tax rates consistent after debateCHELMSFORD  Following a heated exchange about the merits of lowering the tax rate on small businesses, the Select Board voted Monday to keep the tax rate the same as last year’s rate.

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Some New Hampshire Democrats to Skip Opening SessionNew Hampshire lawmakers will be bundled up and spread out for an outdoor session Wednesday, but some House Democrats are skipping the session due to concerns about the coronavirus.

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Attendees of Thanksgiving gatherings urged to get testedMONTPELIER, Vt. — Vermonters who attended multi-household Thanksgiving gatherings against the governor's order are urged to quarantine and get tested for COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus.

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How to Watch Wednesday's Ravens-Steelers Game on TV or OnlineNBC has you covered for Sunday night's New England Patriots-Houston Texans game.

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Police Reform Bill Massachusetts: Will Gov. Baker Sign Legislation?Six months after George Floyd died under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer, state lawmakers on Tuesday night sent Gov.

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Boston Tea Party Ships and MuseumThe Boston Tea Party took place 247 years ago this month, lighting the spark that led to the American Revolution.

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Firefighters rescue woman, two kids from South End fireThe Boston Fire Department reports firefighters responded to 68 West Newton St. in the South End at 9:05 a.m.

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The case for an elected Boston school committeeEdith Bazile explains why the recent resignation of Michael Loconto shows it's past time to give Boston voters a direct say in who oversees Boston schools.

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Boston Red Sox reportedly interested in free agent starting pitcher Corey KluberSource: #RedSox showing interest in free agent Corey Kluber, who makes his home in Greater Boston.

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Firefighters rescue woman, two children from South End blazeBoston firefighters rescued a woman and two children from a top floor balcony as fire raged at a 4-story building in the South End this morning.

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Woman, 2 children rescued from Boston fire this morningA two-alarm fire in the South End this morning sent firefighters racing to rescue a woman and two kids who were trapped on the top floor in what's being hailed as a "great team save."

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Here's What We Know About Coronavirus Vaccine Plans in MassachusettsThe first coronavirus vaccines could arrive in Massachusetts as early as this month, Gov. Charlie Baker said Tuesday, but it will take time to achieve widespread distribution.

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Beyond the money, Celtics lost Hayward to a bigger role in CharlotteGordon Hayward admitted to the Charlotte media Tuesday that signing for real this time with the team that nearly won him with an offer sheet in 2014 was too alluring an opportunity to pass up.

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Garden Report: Will Kemba Walker ever recover from this knee injury?Kemba Walker is out until at least January after a stem cell injection in his left knee.

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OTM Open Thread 12/2: It is WednesdayHappy Wednesday everyone. Today's the non-tender deadline, so we'll keep you updated on what's going on with the five players for the Red Sox.

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Woman Dies, Man in Serious Condition After Being Struck by Truck in New HampshireA 29-year-old woman has died and a 36-year-old man is in the hospital after being struck by a pickup truck in Tilton, New Hampshire Tuesday evening.

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China's space ambitions: Robot on Mars, a human on the moonChina's landing of its third probe on the moon is part of an increasingly ambitious space program that has a robot rover en route to Mars, is developing a reusable space plane and is planning to put humans back on the lunar surface.

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People magazine reveals its '2020 People of the Year'LOS ANGELES  People magazine has named George Clooney, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Selena Gomez and Regina King as the 2020 People of the Year..

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Woman, 2 Children Rescued From Fire in Boston's South EndFirefighters rescued a deaf woman and her two young children from a 2-alarm blaze in Boston's South End on Wednesday morning.

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MLB Offseason News: Mets sign Trevor MayWednesday is the non-tender deadline for teams around the league, and the expectation is that we're going to see more non-tenders than we've gotten used to in the past.

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The Celtics new point guard rotationAfter the offseason shuffle and the continued rehab of Kemba Walker, the Celtics will have a new point guard rotation.

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Maine gets more than $3M from FEMA for protective gearPORTLAND, Maine — Maine is set to receive more than $3.3 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help with the costs of personal protective equipment incurred due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Klain brings decades of DC experience to Biden White HouseWASHINGTON  Ron Klain has checked all the boxes of a classic Washington striver: Georgetown, Harvard Law, Supreme Court clerk and Capitol Hill staffer, White House adviser and, along th...

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Dracut's agrarian history reflected in new homeThe early 18th-century farmhouse at what is now 1550 Mammoth Road is gone, but a 21st century house - bearing a strong resemblance to the original - has risen in its place.

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Tyngsboro selectmen approve overhaul of key fee structureTYNGSBORO  Selectmen have agreed to overhaul the town’s permitting and fee structure for street openings, but have delayed for further consideration permits for driveway permits.

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Charlie Baker: First COVID-19 vaccines expected this monthCOVID-19 vaccines could begin arriving in Massachusetts this month, Gov. Charlie Baker said Tuesday, but it will be months before members of the general public have access to immunizations, based on plans the federal government and Massachusetts are finalizing this week to prioritize limited early supplies.

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Speaker DeLeo outlines new safety protocolsAfter several members of the House tested positive for COVID-19 in mid-November, House Speaker Robert DeLeo outlined new safety guidelines Tuesday for the lower chamber including a weekly office log to keep track of people present in the State House and the signing of an attestation form prior to entering the House Chamber.

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Boston Red Sox News: Matt Barnes, Kris Bryant, Jarrod SaltalamacchiaMatt Barnes' future with the Red Sox is still hanging in the balance.. The calculus that will go into the decision to bring him back is what makes things complicated.

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Study: COVID May Have Been In Massachusetts, 8 Other States Earlier Than JanuaryCoronavirus may have been in the U.S. and Massachusetts earlier than first thought.

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Report: KD and Kyrie visit Boston in Christmas Day gameThe 2019-2020 NBA regular season is set to start on December 22nd. It's unknown who the Celtics will start the season against, but they're teed up for a primetime Christmas Day matchup against the Brooklyn Nets.

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Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution in Massachusetts: Here's What We KnowThe first coronavirus vaccines could arrive in Massachusetts as early as this month, Gov. Charlie Baker said Tuesday, but it will take time to achieve widespread distribution.

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I'm A Real Mom& and I Really Have COVIDWhich is why, in true mom fashion, I denied I had COVID "warning symptoms" until I woke up and realized, "Crap, I REALLY could have COVID."

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Biden to usher in Obama's third termRight out of the box Biden has shown that he is relying on Obama’s bullpen to stock his administration.

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This season, be a sap for a real Christmas treeABoth wholesale tree farmers and small cut-your-own lots are reporting strong demand, with many opening well before Thanksgiving.

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Ski Wednesday: Wachusett will be a go-to during the pandemicThey’ve long been our quick fix for a powder day, mental health ski break or a quick night skiing jaunt.

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Red Sox agree with Eduardo Rodriguez, but other arbitration decisions could be tellingThe question is whether or not Matt Barnes will get a contract, as crazy as it would seem for a big-market team to ditch its best reliever rather than pay him $5 million in his final year before fr...

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Current COVID Mountain Resort RulesTo keep mountain sport lovers up to speed this season, we will update you each Wednesday on what the travel rules are to each regional ski state, highlighting and changes from the prior week.

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Ski Wednesday: Gift ideas for the seasonAnother silver lining of this most unique ski season? Gifting your skiing and riding loved one is going to be super easy – and useful – this holiday season.

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Italian-style baked apples a luscious winter treatPop them into the microwave while having dinner and they will be just the right temperature when you are ready to serve them.

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Why This Type of Property Crime is Far Less Common in Swansea, MassachusettsThe rate of larceny varies dramatically across the United States. 24/7 Wall St. reviewed larceny rates released by the FBI for over 4,500 cities to determine how theft in Swansea, Massachusetts compares to other U.S. cities and the nation as a whole.

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Column: In battle of Brady vs. Belichick, it's advantage BelichickSo far, 2020 hasnt been very impressive for Bill Belichick or Tom Brady. But if you had to pick who has looked better without the help of the other, Id confidently go with Belichick....

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Up your game with the best homemade hot chocolateHow to make the best, silkiest, most luxurious hot chocolate in the world.

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Christian Serratos goes from fan to 'Selena' starAn innovative singer and dynamic performer who brought Mexican-language Tejano music to a wider audience, Selena was just 23Â when she was murdered by an associate in 1995.

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5,000 reward offered in series of 'unprovoked, random assaults' in MassachusettsAuthorities in the city of Waltham are "dramatically increasing" patrol in search of a suspect believed to be linked to 10 unprovoked attacks since Nov.

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Despite uncertainty, Sean Kuraly facing big seasonOne would think that this level of uncertainty is not the best situation for a player like Sean Kuraly, who is scheduled to hit unrestricted free agency for the first time next summer.

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Biden off to good start, but much remains to be doneSo far, so good for President-elect Joe Biden. Even in this rocky transition, where the current president can't bring himself to concede the election even in the face of the numbers, legal defeats and Attorney General William Barr's recent statement that the Justice Department hasn't found evidence of widespread voter fraud that would change the...

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How to have a socially distanced cookie exchange this seasonThese days, getting a group of friends together to hand-pick sweets from each others' tins could become a super-spreader event.

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Biden takes a radical stance on immigrationThe lie about Biden is that he's "a moderate," when the truth is that he's always been smack in the middle of his party, which is increasingly radical on immigration policy.

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Morning Skate: Get KrakenNot much doing, folks.

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Guregian: NFL Power Rankings Week 13With all four Broncos quarterbacks on the COVID-19/Reserve list, Vic Fangio had to use receiver Kendall Hinton behind center against the Saints, a team with the league’s best defense.

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Cloudy, Chilly Wednesday Ahead of Weekend StormsCold air is pouring in today, but it's not anywhere near winter-type cold. Highs will slump back to the mid-40s with a steady wind from the southwest.

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Two Shootings Reported in Lynn OvernightPolice responded to two separate shootings around the same time in Lynn, Massachusetts Tuesday night.

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Vineyard Wind picks GE turbines for Massachusetts offshore wind farmReuters) - Vineyard Wind selected General Electric Co as its preferred wind turbine supplier for the Vineyard Wind 1 project off the coast of Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts.

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How Safe Are You From Non-Violent Crimes in Lee, Massachusetts?The rate of property crime varies dramatically across the United States. 24/7 Wall St. reviewed property crime rates released by the FBI for over 4,500 cities to determine how property crime in Lee, Massachusetts compares to other U.S. cities and the nation as a whole.

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Houses of Worship Have Become COVID Super-Spreaders in MassachusettsDozens of COVID-19 clusters have developed in Massachusetts houses of worship since the pandemic began, leading to hundreds of confirmed cases of the highly infectious virus, Gov.

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Ma Move To Surveil Prison Visitors Raises First Amendment Issues"People shouldn't have to worry that DOC is creating a list of everybody that participates in protests protected by the First Amendment."

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Rooted In Roxbury: Nubian Square Dispensary One Step Closer"Many in the community would like the opportunity to participate."

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The Crisis Continues: About That Raging Opioid EpidemicThe data shows that fewer people are overdosing on heroin, but ODs related to prescription opioids continue to rise.

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Meet The Sisters Of Omsom"We wanted to cook what we grew up on."

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Predicting The Unpredictable: Local Election Soothsayers Tell AllWritten by RICH TENORIO Posted December 2, 2020Filed Under: News, News to Us, NEWS+OPINIONS.

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Book Excerpt: The Institute. A Potentially Prescient Political ThrillerIn which a nonpartisan "Institute for Information Dissemination" is tasked with fact-checking us all.

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Offsuit: A New Socially Distanced Speakeasy"We've been able to harness the creativity and talent of our kitchen and bar by reanimating a private dining space."

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No Worries: The Magic Behind Fenway's Traditional Pad Thai Spot"They couldn't make it authentic, so that's why I make authentic for Thai people."

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Police reform bill that limits no-knock warrants, bans chokeholds approved in MassachusettsMassachusetts lawmakers approved a bill that would create a civilian-led police accountability commission, limit no-knock warrants and ban chokeholds.

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Visit The Binj Pop-up Community Newsstand In CambridgeWe will be there every Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm through Dec.

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Emerson College's Lee Pelton named new head of the Boston FoundationPelton will take over leadership of the community foundation from Paul Grogan on June 1, the organization announced Tuesday night.

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Most of Modernas coronavirus vaccine will be made in Massachusetts, co-founder says"Massachusetts is, I would argue, the only place where this could have been developed."

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Lakers and Clippers reportedly both will play on Christmas DayLOS ANGELES  The Lakers and Dallas Mavericks will try to repeat an epic game from last season on Christmas night, ESPN reports.

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Trump teases 2024 run at White House Christmas partyWASHINGTON  President Donald Trump teased running again for president in 2024 as he hosted a holiday reception at the White House on Tuesday evening.

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Emerson College President Leaving to Lead Boston FoundationThe president of Emerson College is leaving his post to become the leader of the Boston Foundation.

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Free Covid-19 testing in Jamaica Plain Wednesday and ThursdayPeople who want a Covid-19 test will be able to walk up for a free test, no questions asked, at the Anna Mae Cole Community Center, 10 Lamartine St. Ext.

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Man shot in the leg on Ashmont Street in DorchesterA man was shot in the leg on Ashmont Street at Montague Street around 8:45 p.m.

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Boston Latin Kings leader gets 30 months in prisonA federal judge today sentenced Wilson "King Dubb" Peguero, 29, to 30 months in federal prison for his role as leader of the Devon Street Kings, a chapter of the national Latin Kings gang.

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New MIT COVID Model Shows How Long People May Really Be Safe IndoorsAn interactive model created by researchers at MIT aims to create a more complex understanding of how safe people are from coronavirus while indoors that takes into account factors beyond how far apart people are.

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Massachusetts House and Senate pass long-negotiated police reform billAfter months of closed-door negotiations, the Massachusetts House and Senate passed the compromise police reform bill that may dramatically change accountability in law enforcement Tuesday evening.

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Massachusetts police unions appeal to Charlie Baker to veto reform billThe states powerful police unions are launching a last-minute appeal to Gov. Charlie Baker to veto a sweeping police reform compromise they characterize as a radical, cruel attack on law enforcement after the House and Senate passed the bill late Tuesday.

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Massachusetts May Become First State To Ban Police Use Of Facial RecognitionThe ban applies to public agencies and law enforcement, but there are exceptions for police using facial recognition against the state's driver's license database with a warrant, or if law enforcement can show evidence in a written request a facial recognition search is needed to prevent someone's death or serious injury.

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Parents of Kids With Nut Allergies Shocked by Boston Children's Museum's Plans for PB&J CafeIt started out simply enough, as these things often do, after the Boston Children's Museum announced it was opening a new café.

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Pizza and More from Prairie FireBrookline pizza lovers get ready to fill your evenings with wood-fired pies from Prairie Fire – the Coolidge Corner eatery is open for take-out and delivery as of Tuesday, December 1st.

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Maine Gov. Mills Self-Quarantining Because Security Guard May Have COVIDMaine Gov. Janet Mills has announced she is self-quarantining after a member of her security detail "is a probable case" for the novel coronavirus....

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Utility crews continue work after strong gusts buffet MainePORTLAND, Maine — A powerful storm with gusts topping 60 mph swept across coastal New England, knocking out electricity for more than 100,000 homes and businesses at the storm's peak in Maine, officials said Tuesday.

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Massachusetts lawmakers approve police accountability billBOSTON — The Massachusetts House and Senate voted Tuesday to approve a compromise bill backers say would increase police accountability — including, for the first time, creating an independent, civilian-led commission to standardize the certification, training and decertification of police officers.

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Women plead guilty in sex sting involving Patriots ownerWEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Two of four women charged in a South Florida prostitution sting that also involved New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft have taken plea deals this week, court records show.

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US panel to decide who should get the first COVID-19 shotsAn influential scientific panel on Tuesday was set to tackle one of the most pressing questions in the U.S. coronavirus outbreak: Who should be at the front of the line when the first vaccine shots become available?

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A€˜Our Community Will Keep Showing Up:' Vermont Nonprofits Grateful for Support on a€˜Giving Tuesday'Vermont's governor asked people who can to consider participating in Giving Tuesday, the charity movement which reported raising nearly $2-billion for U.S. nonprofits on the day in 2019.

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Boston councilors, administration tussle over civilian review boardCouncilors and Mayor Martin Walsh's administration scrapped over the structure of a possible police civilian review board as the two sides try to hammer out a compromise.

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Massachusetts RMV 'dropped the ball,' failures contributed to motorcycle crash that killed 7: NTSBThe Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles "dropped the ball" in the years before a crash that killed seven motorcyclists in New Hampshire - "egregious gaps" that failed to get the driver off the road, the National Transportation Safety Board chairman said on Tuesday.

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Joe Biden weighs Rahm Emanuel for transportation secretaryPresident-elect Joe Biden is considering former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, a substantial and somewhat divisive figure in Democratic Party politics, to serve as his transportation secretary.

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Hanukkah Take-Out Menu for TwoCelebrate Hanukkah with dinner from Sarma, where chef Cassie Piuma and her peoples have put together a tasty menu made for two to be enjoyed at home.

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Disputing Trump, Barr says no widespread election fraudDisputing President Donald Trump's persistent, baseless claims, Attorney General William Barr declared Tuesday the U.S. Justice Department has uncovered no evidence of widespread voter fraud that could change the outcome of the 2020 election.

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CDC panel votes to give COVID vaccine priority to health care workers and nursing home residentsA Centers for Disease Control committee voted Tuesday to give coronavirus vaccine priority first to health care personnel and residents of long-term care facilities as the first doses are set to be distributed as early as this month.

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Kemba Walker not expected back until JanuaryGordon Hayward clearly came back before he was ready from an ankle injury, and the same can be said of Kemba Walker’s quick return after attempting to rest his balky left knee.

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Key UTEC leader leaving for statewide jobLOWELL — UTEC was Geoff Fosters first job out of college, and hes made a career of leading youth to tackle policy and advocacy both locally and at the state level.

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Boston sees coronavirus case jump in start of possible Thanksgiving spread trendBoston officials are monitoring a sudden jump in coronavirus cases Mayor Martin Walsh said he hopes isn't the start of a post-Thanksgiving trend.

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Coronavirus relief edges forward, Biden calls for 'immediate' actionDemocratic and Republican leaders lurched forward with fresh proposals for coronavirus relief on Tuesday as President-elect Joe Biden called for “immediate” action to deliver economic aid after talks stagnated for months.

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He threw him like a football player: Dorchester gas station clerk ejects gun-wielding would-be robberA clerk at a Dorchester gas station fought back after a man tried to rob him at gunpoint Monday, throwing him out of the station's store after a struggle.

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FDA chief called to White House as Trump pushes for vaccineThe head of the agency responsible for approving any COVID-19 vaccine for the U.S. was summoned to the White House Tuesday as an increasingly frustrated President Donald Trump complained approval wasn’t coming faster.

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Storm Downs Trees, Leaves Tens of Thousands Without Power in MaineBefore it roared its way out of Maine, a powerful storm Monday night into Tuesday left more than 100,000 people without power, downed trees and even started an electrical fire outside of a nonprofit organization.

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Monday's storm leaves Somerville house teetering close to adjacent homeEveryone thought the three little pigs were kidding, but the wind, if not a wolf, can indeed blow a house down - or come close enough that a Somerville couple has to have theirs demolished before they even had a chance to move in.

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Lions Club brings Thanksgiving to 3,600 local residentsThe Merrimack Valley Food Bank received a generous donation of food and money from the Lions Clubs throughout the region and Lions Club International so local families could enjoy Thanksgiving dinner.

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The Latest: Madrid to open hospital for coronavirus patientsMadrid officials held a ceremony to open part of a 1,000-bed hospital for emergencies. About 200 health professionals gathered Tuesday at the Nurse Isabel Zendal Hospital, built in 100 days at a cost of 100 million euros , twice the original budget.

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Berta's Great Legs Road Race raises $3,600 for House of HopeBerna’s Great Legs 5K Road Race, held virtually in August, donated the proceeds, nearly $3,600, to the House of Hope in Lowell, a shelter for homeless families.

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An American hero meets his Lowell hero: Irish Micky WardHarry Bologna, a retired Navy Seal and double amputee from Virginia, got the surprise of his life when the Hidden Battles Foundation organized a surprise face-to-face meeting with his longtime hero, Lowell’s Irish Micky Ward.

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Ayanna Pressley weighs in on compromise Massachusetts police reform bill"Massachusetts has missed an opportunity to lead by ensuring that those responsible for upholding the law are subject to it too."

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Jeanne D'Arc Credit Union helps Market Basket customersOn World Kindness Day, Nov. 13, Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union surprised customers at the Fletcher Street Market Basket in Lowell with gift cards as part of its Small Acts That Give Back initiative.

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Women's team, US Soccer settle part of their lawsuitU.S. womens national team players and the U.S. Soccer Federation have settled their long-running lawsuit over inequitable working conditions with the mens team while leaving...

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Cartoon: Hybrid Art Class!1st week in the elementary art room).

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Tufts Changes Rules on Visitors as Pandemic WorsensHospitals in the Tufts system are changing their policy on visitors due to the worsening coronavirus pandemic.

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Rhode Island Opens Field Hospitals as COVID Hospitalizations SurgeRhode Island has opened two field hospitals that combined have more than 900 beds as the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in the state reached a new high.

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Massachusetts coronavirus cases rise 2,845, positive test rate climbsMassachusetts health officials reported 2,845 new coronavirus cases Tuesday, as infections in the Bay State remain at a high level amid the second surge, while officials also reported 30 more virus deaths.

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New challenge: Winterizing virus testing sites in Mass.Massachusetts officials are looking at how to reconfigure COVID-19 testing efforts to respond to the current distribution of cases around the state and prepare for winter weather, Gov.

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Mass. State Senate Approves Policing Reform Compromise, House to Vote NextA compromise Massachusetts policing reform bill cleared the Senate Tuesday by a 28-12 vote, with support for the bill eroding compared to the 30-7 vote that the Senate's original proposal netted in July.

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Massachusetts lawmakers pass police reform bill, send it to BakerSix months after George Floyd died under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer, state lawmakers on Tuesday night sent Gov.

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What to Know About the Celtics Heading Into the 2020-21 NBA SeasonPlenty to dissect after a busy Tuesday of media access, both in Boston and Charlotte.

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Mass. Reports 2,845 More COVID Cases, 30 New DeathsMassachusetts reported 2,845 new confirmed coronavirus cases Tuesday and an additional 30 deaths.

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Mass. reports 2,845 new COVID-19 cases, 30 new deathsThe Massachusetts coronavirus data, Tuesday, Dec.

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NTSB: Safety processes failed in crash that killed 7 bikers investigators impairment National Transportation Safety Board Massachusetts motoristsFederal investigators say systems meant to keep motorists safe failed to prevent a pickup driver on drugs from causing a 2019 crash in New Hampshire that killed seven motorcyclists.

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Michael Jordan's recruitment helped Hornets land HaywardCHARLOTTE, N.C. — Hornets owner Michael Jordan and general manager Mitch Kupchak had no intentions of spending money on a big-name free agent this offseason.

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Activists, Law Enforcement React To Historic Police Reform Legislation On Beacon HillUp for a final vote at the State House Tuesday the 129-page proposal would create a new police accountability and oversight system, ban chokeholds, and set new limits on so-called no-knock warrants.

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'A Surge Upon A Surge': Answering Listeners' Coronavirus QuestionsWe answer listener coronavirus questions with Dr. Helen Boucher and Dr. Joshua Barocas.

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Creating A New Musical Vocabulary: The BSO Collaborates With Hip-Hop Group STL GLDWe talk about the series and what comes next with Moe Pope, a hip-hop artist and leader of the band STL GLD, and Thomas Wilkins, BSO youth and family concerts conductor.

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State Lawmakers Close In On Police Reform BillPlus, with increased holiday travel, cold weather driving people inside, and a second coronavirus wave, we take your questions with two local doctors.

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Random attacks in Waltham, MA: Here's what we know"There is definitely a fear factor in our city right now. We've never experienced anything like this."

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Here's what to expect from Wednesday's weather forecastForecasters expect partly cloudy skies and high temperatures in the mid 40s. Isolated scattered showers are possible, particularly inland and out on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket.

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Number Of Open Small Businesses In Massachusetts Has Decreased By 37% Since JanuaryBetween when Massachusetts Public Schools closed on March 17 and when stimulus payments began on April 17, the number of open small businesses when from a 10.8% decrease since January to a 52% decrease.

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Pickup Driver's Drug Use Critical in Death of 7 Bikers in New Hampshire: NTSBA pickup driver's drug use was the reason he crashed last year into an oncoming group of motorcyclists in New Hampshire, leading to the death of seven bikers, the National Transportation Safety Board found Tuesday.

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Death of Man Found in Chelsea Hallway Under Investigation as SuspiciousA 50-year-old man was found unresponsive Tuesday in a hallway of his building in Chelsea, Massachusetts, local police said, announcing that his death is under investigation.

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Berkeley Weather BeaconDiscover Berkeley Weather Beacon in Boston, Massachusetts: A beacon atop a downtown building provides Bostonians with weather forecasts and baseball news.

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Massachusetts city offers reward in case of odd random ambushes on pedestriansIn every case, it appears that the assailant, whose face is covered, sneaks up on victims from behind after dark.

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Storm tilts house in Somerville, downs power lines and trees through regionMore than 40,000 homes were without power Monday night, with electricity restored to all but about 1,500 by Tuesday afternoon, according to the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency’s statewide power outage map.

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Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio Spotted in Boston Filming New Netflix MovieHollywood stars Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio were spotted Tuesday in Boston, where they are filming their new Netflix movie.

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Body found near highway rest stop in RI treated as a homicideCUMBERLAND, R.I. — The discovery of a body near a Rhode Island highway is being investigated as a homicide, police said Tuesday.

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State settles suit by inmate who gave birth in prison cellHARTFORD, Conn. — A Connecticut prison inmate who gave birth on a toilet in her cell and claimed she was denied medical care has agreed to settle her lawsuit against state prison officials, her lawyers told The Associated Press on Tuesday.

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Disputing Trump, Barr says no widespread election fraudWASHINGTON  Attorney General William Barr said Tuesday the Justice Department has not uncovered evidence of widespread voter fraud that would change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

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William Barr: No evidence of fraud that'd change election outcomeWASHINGTON — Attorney General William Barr said Tuesday the Justice Department has not uncovered evidence of widespread voter fraud that would change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

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Vt. governor 'cautiously optimistic' about virus after ThanksgivingIts too soon to know the impacts of Thanksgiving gatherings on the spread of the coronavirus in Vermont but Gov.

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Jayson Tatum called his max extension with the Celtics 'a dream come true'"I don’t take that for granted or take it lightly."

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BPR Full Show 12/1/20: Kicked from the CurbToday on Boston Public Globe editor Brian McGrory talked about the President Trump's sustained effort to overturn the results of the 2020 election, stalled stimulus talks in Washington, and other national headlines.

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Jayson Tatum looks to "continue to grow" in Year 4The young Celtics superstar will not rest on his laurels after signing a max rookie extension to stay in Boston.

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Nobody expected a double stabbing during brunch at one Fort Point restaurantOn Sunday, Nov. 1, Bastille Kitchen, 49 Melcher St., was nearing the end of just its third Sunday brunch after being closed most of the summer when a fight broke out that ended with two men stabbed and a third sliced in the hand.

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This is a rough stretch for Team Tom BradyMorning Sports Update: Tom Brady cuts press conference short after question on criticism of Buccaneers’ coaches.

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Cannabis Control Commission Rolls Out New RegulationsChanges for medical use and deliveries are to take effect.

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Corby Kummer: Boston's Booming Community FridgesFood writer Corby Kummer spoke to Boston Public Radio on Tuesday about community fridges popping up around Boston.

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Police Investigating Fatal Shooting in MaldenPolice are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred early Tuesday morning in Malden, Massachusetts. Malden police received a 911 call shortly after midnight...

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Boston Celtics daily links 12/1/20All the Celtics news you need in one convenient place.

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Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio film at South Station for Netflix movie Dont Look UpThe stars of the upcoming comedy wowed crowds as they arrived on set shortly after noon on Tuesday.

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Barr appoints special counsel in Russia probe investigationThis 2018 portrait released by the U.S. Department of Justice shows Connecticut's U.S. Attorney John Durham.

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Quieter Weather Pattern Moves Through New England With Mix of Sun and CloudsFor the next couple of days, we expect quieter weather. We will see a mix of sun and clouds, but with several upper-level disturbances moving through we could see rain or snow showers almost any day through Thursday.

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