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Local Headlines: November 5, 2019

Local Headlines: November 5, 2019

Parts of New England To See Plowable Snow By Week's End.

A cold front will arrive Friday morning in Boston and southeastern Massachusetts, turning into snow before moving out. [NECN]

Superior Court Judge Lifts Vape Ban On Medical Marijuana Products.

A Superior Court judge has blocked Gov. Charlie Baker and his administration from enforcing a ban on medical marijuana vaping products, handing out the decision to the Cannabis Control Commission. [Masslive]

School Officials Warn Parents Of The 'Pass Out' Game.

School Officials of Goffstown, New Hampshire are warning parents of a dangerous new game being played by kids known as the 'pass out' game or the 'choking game'. The warning comes after two students made themselves pass out on Monday. [WCVB]

Public Skating Rink Slated To Open Outside Of Fenway Park.

The 6,000 square foot public skating rink was built by Samuels & Associates and will open in early December. [NECN]

Tom Brady Opens Up About Argument With Referee During Sunday's Game.

New England Quarterback Tom Brady has opened up about his argument with one ref during Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens. [CBS Local]