• 10 things to know Friday - 11/09/2018 08:30 AM EST
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    Today's Question Nov. 10
    Should public school teachers and administrators be allowed to physically restrain students?
      Yes
      No
    A selfless act, an enduring bond

    WESTMINSTER -- Three years ago Barry Roy was discouraged that he couldn't find a kidney donor. Full Story
     

    POLICE
    Leominster woman pleads guilty in slaying

    WORCESTER -- Stephanie Cruz pleaded guilty Thursday in Superior Court to the lesser charge of second-degree murder for fatally stabbing her boyfriend in 2015 in Leominster. Full Story
    COMMUNITY
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    Yellow brick road leads Godin home

    WORCESTER -- The Hanover Theater will be showing "The Wizard of Oz" this weekend, but Dorothy won't be the only one following the yellow brick road home. Full Story
    LIFESTYLES
    A trend toward the ostentatious

    If you've been thinking about adding a bit of sparkle to your home décor you're not alone. That thought of possibly diving into the glitz of some of Architectural Digest's pages, could be reachable in your own home. Full Story
    LOCAL NEWS
    Plenty of chances to salute veterans this weekend

    Sentinel & Enterprise staff FITCHBURG -- Concerts, salutes and solemn moments will be the norm over the next several days as communities throughout the region celebrate Veterans Day. Full Story
    ENTERTAINMENT
    ABC bumps Baldwin's talk show to Saturday

    Sometimes it feels like Alec Baldwin is everywhere, all the time. He regularly appears on "Saturday Night Live" to parody President Donald Trump. He randomly starred in the opening scene of this summer's "BlacKkKlansman" as some guy filming a very racist public service announcement.  Full Story
    BUSINESS
    1st legal pot shops on East Coast to open

    NORTHAMPTON -- With its youthful vibe and eclectic mix of culture, a small Massachusetts city seems a logical site for the nation's first legal recreational marijuana sales east of Colorado. Full Story
    COMMUNITY
    Deck the halls while helping Haiti

    LUNENBURG -- Metal ornaments crafted in Haiti that Mary Jo Doege has for sale are more than just decorations for the holiday season. Full Story

     
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    If Doug Collins has his way, the Sixers will replace him with Michael Curry as the next head coach. He also has the backing of two of the team's best players, an exclusive group to say the least.   Full Story
     
    Is the garden overflowing with arugula? Cook it
    Among our guest chatters recently was Jason Wilson, who has just stepped down from writing The Post's Spirits column. Full Story

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    Want to blame something for the Dodgers' poor start? Try karma. There are similarities between the Dodgers' current injury woes and those of the first half of last season.   Full Story
     
     
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    Parent: NBA coaching market is large but uninteresting

    If Doug Collins has his way, the Sixers will replace him with Michael Curry as the next head coach. He also has the backing of two of the team's best players, an exclusive group to say the least. Full Story
    (Mark J. Terrill/AP)
    Injury-ravaged Dodgers underachieving in 2013 after overachieving in 2012

    Want to blame something for the Dodgers' poor start? Try karma. There are similarities between the Dodgers' current injury woes and those of the first half of last season. Full Story
    (Carlos Osorio/AP)
    Parent: NBA coaching market is large but uninteresting

    If Doug Collins has his way, the Sixers will replace him with Michael Curry as the next head coach. He also has the backing of two of the team's best players, an exclusive group to say the least. Full Story