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'Customers Don't Want To Touch Things': Retail Expert Says Black Friday In 2020 Will Be Drastically DifferentWith many customers unwilling to buy gifts in-person because of the pandemic, Black Friday is going to be much less chaotic in stores this year.
Deep Frying Turkey Mishap May Be Cause Of Fire That Destroyed 3 HomesA woman was seriously hurt in a huge fire that destroyed three homes in New Bedford on Thanksgiving. The cause may be linked to the deep frying of a turkey.
Pedestrian Dies After Being Hit By SUV In Stoughton On Thanksgiving EvePolice say 55-year-old Christopher Wade, who was hit by an SUV in Stoughton on Wednesday night, has died.
Waltham Police Warn Residents About Random Attacks Over Last 2 WeeksWaltham Police put out a reverse 911 call on Thursday night, warning residents of people being randomly attacked in the city.
Pine Street Inn's Thanksgiving Event, With Mayor Walsh's Help, Continues On Despite PandemicBoston Mayor Marty Walsh helped to keep a holiday tradition going while overcoming the hurdle of the coronavirus. 
Late 'Jeopardy!' Host Alex Trebek Encourages People To 'Keep The Faith' In Thanksgiving MessageIn a pre-taped episode before his death, Trebek implored the audience to "keep the faith" amidst a year dominated by the coronavirus pandemic.
'Great To Have Their Support': Boston Restaurants Grateful For Thanksgiving Takeout OrdersAmid the pandemic, many people are choosing to order out for Thanksgiving, which local restaurants in Boston say they are grateful for.
Rhode Island Allots $100 Million For Businesses, Unemployed Workers During 2-Week PauseRhode Island is allocating $100 million to help businesses, and some workers, that the state has told to close for a two-week period.
Jon Keller’s Massachusetts Turkeys For 2020Jon Keller's Massachusetts turkeys for 2020 include a former governor, a ballot question and one of the worst teams in baseball.