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Local Headlines: October 31, 2019

Local Headlines: October 31, 2019

More Than A Dozen Massachusetts Towns Postpone Halloween Due To Weather.

With high wind gusts and heavy rain projected for Halloween night across the state, more than a dozen towns and cities plan to hold trick-or-treating this coming weekend. [NECN]

Body Found on UMass Amherst Campus.

The body of an unidentified male was found early Thursday morning near the McGuirk Alumni Stadium. Police are currently investigating. [Masslive]

Expect Delays with Several Boston Streets Closed For Halloween.

Several Boston neighborhoods have voted to close down streets in anticipation of Halloween trick-or-treating and other celebratory events. City officals have announced expected delays and ask the public to watch for children. [Patch]

Friends Pop-Up Coming To Boston This November.

In honor of the TV series' 25th anniversary, a Friends pop-up is coming to Boston on November 1. The pop-up will be held at Park Drive, right outside of Fenway. The pop-up will feature original props from the iconic show and set recreations. [Boston]

Vaping Ban Being Upheld Amid Appeal.

A Suffolk Superior Court Judge has upheld Gov. Baker's vaping ban following a motion to block by Vapor Technology Association. [Boston 25 News]

MIT Engineers Invent New Surgical Tape.

MIT Engineers have developed a new surgical tape that can bind human tissues together with the hopes of making sutures a thing of the past. [CBS Local]