• 10 things to know Monday - 12/10/2018 08:48 AM EST
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    Today's Question Dec. 10
    How many Christmas cards will you send this season?
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      10 or so
      11-20
      21-40
      41-60
      Over 60
    Hark, hear the horns

    AYER -- It was a not-so silent afternoon at the Ayer Town Hall on Sunday. Nearly 30 tuba players from all around New England came together to honor a tradition that has been celebrated for decades worldwide. Full Story
     

    POLICE
    Police Briefs: Man charged in social media threat

    FITCHBURG -- A Gardner man was arraigned Thursday in District Court for allegedly threatening to murder another man using a social media message app, according to court documents. Full Story
    COMMUNITY
    'No Evil' to live on at Fitchburg Art Museum

    Hundreds of faces of Fitchburg residents -- 424, to be exact -- now line the hallway of Fitchburg Art Museum's Community Room as part of the "No Evil Project. Full Story
    LIFESTYLES
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    No business like snow business

    With freezing temperatures and snow, of course, comes shoveling, plows and taking an extra couple minutes to put on layers before leaving the house. Full Story
    ENTERTAINMENT
    'Ralph' tops box office, 'Grinch' clasps 2nd

    NEW YORK -- In the calm before the Christmas storm at the box office, "Ralph Breaks the Internet" remained No. Full Story
    SPORTS
    Miami meltdown

    Miracle TD as time expires leaves Patriots stunned
    MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- The celebratory mob scene in the corner of the end zone broke out far from Ryan Tannehill, leaving him in the open field, running and screaming as he waved his arms. Full Story
    BUSINESS
    Sage Home Collections cuts ribbon in Leominster

    LEOMINSTER -- Amid the ferns cascading from hanging baskets, tiny topiaries and terrariums bursting with luscious, green succulents and crystals, Kayla Nault realized her vision. Full Story
    COMMUNITY
    Santa flies to Fitchburg, but not in his sleigh

    FITCHBURG - There were the typical oohs and ahhs, the smiles, and the shouts of hello welcoming the man dressed in red and white to the Fitchburg Municipal Airport on Sunday afternoon. 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

    Mark J. Terrill/AP
    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
    (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