AG Maura Healey Could Sue Trump Administration.

Healey may join several other states in a lawsuit against the Trump Administration for reportedly slowing mail services prior to the election. [Masslive]

Vigil Held For Victims Who Died In Boston Harbour.

On Sunday afternoon family and friends of Djovany Pierre held a vigil for the 21-year-old and Tatianna Morales who were found submerged in an SUV last Friday. [WCVB]

New COVID-19 Test Could Be Faster, Cheaper Testing Option.

The FDA has approved a cheaper, faster saliva test created by researchers at the Yale School of Public Health. [CBS Boston]

Dozens Of Boston Restaurants Close Permanently Due To The Coronavirus.

Here is a list of restaurants that have closed over the course of this year. [Boston.com]

Ben Affleck Set To Direct Next Project 'The Big Goodbye’.

Affleck will work alongside Lorne Michaels and Jack Nicholson On The Project. [Boston Globe]

More Than 500 Coronavirus Cases Reported Over The Weekend In Massachusetts.

Hospitalizations due to coronavirus remained low amid the new cases recorded on both Saturday and Sunday. [NECN]

Tom Brady To Be Remembered As A New England Patriot With Animated Video Series.

In the seven-part Thanks Tom series teammates of the quarterback will share their memories of the former Patriots player. [Boston Globe]

Pepperoni Prices Are On The Rise.

With meat plants being effected by pandemic, pepperoni prices have increased causing a problem for small pizza shop owners. [NECN]

Some Communities Will See School Sports Return.

New guidelines for school sports go into effect on Monday. [WHDH]

Bruins' David Pastrnak Will Miss Game 4.

This will be the third game missed for Pastrnak due to an injury. [Boston Herald]

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