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A pedestrian walked past a giant ornament in front of the Prudential Center on Boylston Street.
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Legrand and Shannon Reynolds walked home with their son Oliver, 4 months, after buying their Christmas tree in the South End .
Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff
Kilah Gardner and her daughter, Liliana, 5, visited the farmer's market at the Armory in Somerville.
David L Ryan/Globe Staff
State Representative Charles Murphy headed back to his State House office after House Speaker Robert DeLeo held an unusual December caucus to discuss removing Murphy from his post as majority whip.
Patrick Majid Doherty of Dorchester threw a pallet into a garbage truck at the Occupy Boston site.
Participants in Occupy Boston started the process of moving out after the city gave them a midnight deadline to vacate.
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Firefighters worked on a house fire at 161 Sydney St. in Dorchester.
Steve Wynn, left, and Robert Kraft talked to reporters at the New England Patriots complex about a plan to build a casino in Foxborough.
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Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski high-fived with end zone fans after his second touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts at Gillette Stadium.
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Duxbury High's James Burke flew over Tewksbury High's Frank Mclaughlin (6) to score a touchdown during the Division 2 Super Bowl Championship at Gillette Stadium.
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Anthony West (right) of Concord-Carlisle carried the high school super bowl trophy with teammates at Gillette Stadium.
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