Forecasters predict 2 to 4 inches of snow tonight

By this morning, the snow, sleet, and rain had stopped, but the Bay State’s east coast may see snow overnight.


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Pedestrian struck in Barnstable

A woman was hit on Route 132 in Barnstable Wednesday evening, leaving her in critical condition over the Thanksgiving holiday.

Police formed a line to prevent protesters from gaining access to Interstate 93 Tuesday.

Boston police used ‘soft approach’ with protesters

Police officials said they decided against an aggressive show of force in Tuesday’s protests, worried it would stoke anger.

// Holiday joy is elusive in Ferguson

Thanksgiving is different this year for residents in Ferguson, Mo., a community roiled by cataclysmic events in recent days and weeks.

Thousands of Boston-area Verizon FiOS subscribers won’t be able to watch programs such as some National Football League games, featuring stars like Dallas’s Tony Romo (above), because of a showdown between the cable service and the owners of WFXT-TV (Fox 25).

About 400,000 Mass. FIOS customers lose Fox 25

The station and Verizon were unable to reach an agreement before Thanksgiving.

// UMass Amherst cuts ties with Bill Cosby

The university joined a number of other colleges that have distanced themselves from the entertainer.

Styling by Sheryl Julian and Meg Jones Wall; Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff

How to cook Thanksgiving turkey

Ready to cook your turkey? Here are a few recipes that will help.

High school football

Live updates: Thanksgiving high school football games

Traditional rivals are battling it out for bragging rights. Here are the latest scores, photos, and more.

// Thanksgiving football preview: 20 facts about 20 big rivalries

There’s bragging rights, streaks, and even a league title on the line as traditional rivals play another round Thursday.


// In sports, some reasons to give thanks

Red Sox acquisitions, college football playoffs, Tom Brady and Rajon Rondo — there’s a lot for a sports fan to be thankful for.

// English High brings back a tradition

English High’s marching band will perform Thanksgiving Day, the first performance by a marching band at a Boston public school in about four decades.

Yvonne Abraham

Hearty doses of gratitude

Gratitude makes you happier, healthier, wealthier, nicer and more popular, among other delightful things.


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// A data-driven understanding of gambling

A key feature of the 2011 gaming law was to establish a research plan.

The Big Picture

Nia Richardson, 16, of Roxbury, wets the reed of her saxophone as she prepares for practice in Jamaica Plain Nov. 19.

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English High’s marching band

The marching band at English High brings back a tradition that has been dormant at Boston public schools for about 40 years.