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The Salem Democrat is among a group of lawmakers calling for new leadership in the party.
The busiest day was Friday after Thanksgiving when the stores reported nearly $480,000 in gross sales.
The judge said the court considered the likelihood that this case would succeed on it merits, the likelihood the man would suffer irreparable harm, and whether relief was in the public interest.
Is the U.S.-Mexico border currently closed? Could President Trump seal the border if he wished?
The Boston Tea Party's 245th anniversary is next month.
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Family Of Woman With Opioid Use Disorder Whose Obituary Went Viral Sues City For Records: The family wants more information about the days leading up to her death.
Somerville's Curtatone Diagnosed With Shingles: Though the illness is rarely life-threatening, the mayor's office says he has a severe case that is affecting his inner ear and facial nerves.
Berkshire Museum Ends Art Sale After Reaching Fundraising Goal: The original fundraising plan was to sell up to 40 pieces of art, but selling only 22 helped the museum raise its $53 million.
Dorchester Historical Society Apologizes For Greeting Card: "We were simply changing the words to the classic Christmas carol and did not think it through properly."
For centuries, the ballet world has been dominated by male choreographers - a tradition ingrained in the art form to this day. But some groups are working to change that.
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