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As sales ring, hands wring

Shoppers lined up outside stores in droves to take advantage of Black Friday deals on washing machines and laptops, but many were keeping a tight hold on their wallets. (By Katie Johnston Chase and Jenn Abelson, Globe Staff)

Patrick, Kirk at odds over wind farm

The administration of Governor Deval Patrick, in a sharp disagreement with Patrick’s handpicked Senate appointee, said yesterday that it would be a mistake for President Obama to grant US Senator Paul G. Kirk Jr.’s request to delay federal approval of the Cape Wind project. (By Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)

Ruling puts gun verdicts at risk

Dozens of gun possession convictions statewide could be overturned in the coming months as state judges interpret a narrow US Supreme Court ruling that found Massachusetts routinely violated the constitutional rights of drug defendants. (By John R. Ellement, Globe Staff)

She helps Haitians help themselves

Since 1993, Sarah Hackett, 83, of Gloucester has returned to the poor mountain town of Fond des Blancs every year for seven or eight months at a time, creating projects that help some of the poorest people in the Western Hemisphere stay healthy and make a living.
(By James F. Smith, Globe Staff)

They’re hoping for a
miracle on Main Street

Brockton leaders are staging a massive celebration today, pumping up the city’s annual Thanksgiving weekend parade into an extravaganza of badly needed Christmas cheer, complete with 15 marching bands, dozens of floats, and, they hope, record crowds.
(By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff)

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