Boston Restaurant Owners Worry Over Possible Closures.

Resting owners are concerned with the possibility of indoor dining coming to a halt due to the increased number of coronavirus cases. [Patch]

Update: Coronavirus Cases Reported In Massachusetts.

As of Sunday, health officials reported 1,139 new cases of coronavirus and 22 new deaths. [Boston.com]

Wondering About Changing The Clocks Back?

Here is when and why the practice began. [WCVB]

Local Officials Look To Preserve Economy As Cases Of COVID-19 Rise.

With a second surge of the virus, officials are trying to keep residents safe while avoiding a lockdown. [Boston Globe]

Alex Cora Could Be Returning To The Red Sox.

With Cora's suspension over, he has been named as one of the finalists to manage the team. [Patch]

Massachusetts Revised Travel Ban For Surrounding States.

Visitors arriving in Massachusetts from Connecticut and New Jersey are being asked to quarantine.  [NBC]

New School To Be Built  In Boston's Chinatown.

Construction on the Josiah Quincy Upper School is slated to begin next year. [Boston Herald]

Nurse Killed In Hit-And-Run In Rhode Island.

A Boston man has been charged for fatally striking the nurse who was assisting during a vehicle rollover in Rhode Island. [Boston.com]

Black Friday Will Look A Little Different This Year.

Here is how some stores plan to deal with the annual shopping event. [CBS]

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