Overnight snow may make for slippery Black Friday

Parts of Eastern Mass. may see 2 to 4 inches of snow, which could make for slippery roads early Friday.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/11/28/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/04506467.jpg ‘Webrooming’ shoppers research online, then buy in stores

It’s the opposite of “showrooming” — where shoppers browse items in stores and then buy online — and has become a popular way to shop.

The Fox 25 blackout for Verizon FIOS customers in Mass. meant that viewers could not see the Cowboys-Eagles game.

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Fee dispute leaves FIOS customers in Mass. without Fox

The new owner of the Boston-area Fox affiliate and Verizon were not able to reach a deal, leaving about 400,000 without the channel.

Boston.com among websites attacked by Syrian hacker group

The Syrian Electronic Army claimed responsibility for the hack, which affected several news and retail websites.

Charlie Baker, Maura Healey share a basketball bond

The incoming governor and newly elected attorney general have at least one thing in common: Both played basketball for Harvard.

At top,  two College of the Holy Cross athletes headed to the school’s athletic center, with the city of Worcester in the background. Below, a sign pointed to some of the city’s wealth of higher education institutions.

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Worcester seeks to burnish image as college town

Although it boasts nine colleges and more than 35,000 students, it is more likely to conjure visions of a working-class city than a higher education hub.

Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis., is an authentic piece of NFL history AP Photo/Mike Roemer

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK

Patriots are thrilled about playing in Lambeau Field

Sunday’s trip to Green Bay will be a first for most of the Patriots, and there is reason for them to be excited.

The Garden “Bull Gang” will be converting from basketball to hockey, not the other way around Jim Davis/Globe Staff

For Celtics and Bruins, a Friday switch at TD Garden

Traditionally, the Bruins have the afternoon slot and the Celtics the night game — but not this year.

P. D. James on stage during a reading of her book “Death Comes to Pemberley” in 2013.

Novelist P.D. James, known as ‘Queen of Crime,’ dies at 94

James was one of those rare writers whose work stood up to comparisons with classic authors of the detective genre.

Make the most of Thanksgiving’s leftovers

Sharing a bounty of recipes, from pot pie to sandwiches, for day-after-Thanksgiving food.

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Where will you end up at journey’s end?

My message to the future: Just get me back into the carbon stream as quickly as possible. That’s all I ask.

High school football

High school football scoreboard

Catch all the scores from across the region as rivals met on the gridiron for the annual Thanksgiving games.

Opinion

PAUL MCMORROW

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/11/26/BostonGlobe.com/EditorialOpinion/Images/paul_mcmorrow-1242.jpg Fairmount Line will be a game-changer

Luring developers with transit has become a familiar tactic in the area.

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.