At Plimoth Plantation, not all employees are thankful

At the Wampanoag Homesite, an interpreter talked to school children.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

As it readies for its annual throng of visitors, Plimoth Plantation remains embroiled in a long-running battle between employees and management.

A calendar counting down to Election Day took center stage at the Somerville offices of Democratic fund-raising platform ActBlue.

Republicans are green with envy over Somerville fund-raiser ActBlue

The Democratic fund-raising platform was a subject of the GOP’s post-midterm election frustration.

2 fatally struck by holiday train carrying families in Wareham

A preliminary investigation showed a man and a woman were on the train tracks when they were struck. They were declared dead at the scene.

Woonsocket, R.I.-based CVS was one of the drugstore chains named in the lawsuit.

Florida sues CVS, Walgreens over opioid sales

The state says the chains oversold painkillers and didn’t take precautions to stop illegal sales.

// Striking Boston hotel workers approve deal with Marriott

The workers will return to the job Wednesday after voting in favor of the deal, which was announced earlier Saturday.

Martine Joseph (left) and Marie Alexia picked up turkeys and grocery packages Saturday at Catholic Charities Yawkey Center.

Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

Boston nonprofits distribute thousands of Thanksgiving meals to those in need

In the Merrimack Valley, volunteers gave out supermarket vouchers in lieu of turkeys, since many are still without utilities.

// Trump sees wildfire areas, consoles those harmed by shooting

President Trump on Saturday acknowledged Californians suffering from twin tragedies. The death toll from the Camp fire now stands at 76.

Work and family became guiding parts of Miss Carter’s life over the years.


Ethel Braziel Carter, 100, stenographer, accomplished musician

Nearly as accomplished a musician as she was a stenographer, Miss Carter learned to play piano, and then took up organ lessons.

Jeanette Gaudet spoke with Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley Saturday at the Archdiocesan Justice Convocation.

Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff

Archdiocese to address social justice with new ministry

Cardinal Sean O’Malley announced the formation of an Archdiocesan Social Justice Ministry on Saturday in Dorchester.

Alicia Restrepo was found fatally shot in her car on Oct. 15. She was 24.

WBZ-TV/Globe staff illustration

8 killings, 11 days, and the last to die was Alicia

It was a stunning cluster of shootings even for a part of the city that knows violence too well. By Evan Allen

With rainfall in the area as much as 50 percent above average this year, the Merrimack is expected to be deluged with an estimated 750 million gallons of sewage from the six treatment plants that feed into it.

As storms intensify, sewage overflow into local rivers gets worse

Dozens of rivers in the region are repeatedly inundated with raw sewage from treatment plants overwhelmed by heavy rains.

Steve Carell pranked fans of ‘The Office’ with a fake reboot promise on SNL

While delivering his opening monologue on “Saturday Night Live,” he invited some former NBC castmates on stage before tricking the audience.

// Some snow expected Sunday night, changing to rainy mix

After a sunny Saturday, more snow could be on the way Sunday night, mixing with rain into Monday morning.

18wefootball -- Meryll Frost was a member of the Dartmouth football team for the 1945 season. (Dartmouth College)


1939: They battled on the field, then went off to war

Wellesley’s Meryll Frost and Needham’s Larry Arra were opponents on the gridiron before heading off to the biggest fight of their lives in World War II.

At Fenway Park, Harvard celebrated winning the 135th playing of The Game.



Harvard-Yale at Fenway Park was inevitable

The ballpark always has been more than a baseball venue.


// Here’s one recipe the Red Sox could use to repeat as World Series champions

Manager Alex Cora believes at least five players on his 2018 title team will show improvement next season, making the Red Sox better overall.

Boston MA 11/17/18 Boston Celtics Kyrie Irving and Marcus Morris battle for a defensive rebound in front of Utah Jazz Rudy Gobert during second quarter action at TD Garden. (photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: reporter:


Loss to Jazz leaves Celtics searching for answers again

There’s something wrong with this team and coach Brad Stevens has to figure it out.

Top Places to Work

Ten workers who really love their jobs

From auto technician to recruiter, these people are passionate about what they do.


Top Places to Work

The 2018 Top Places to Work in Massachusetts

These 128 businesses have the happiest employees in the state. Here are sortable lists of the winners, and how we compiled them.

Holiday arts preview 2018

// The best things to see and do this holiday season

From dancing sugarplums to a musical “Grinch,” there’s a bounty of theater, music, TV, and other attractions to enjoy.

Opinion & Ideas

Renée Graham

// ‘Donald Trump was elected president because of his racism, not in spite of it’

In him, racists have someone who will never unequivocally condemn them or the violence they commit.

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// Help was a few feet away. Why didn’t they save her?

My wife, Laura Levis, did everything she could to save herself when the asthma attack began. She went to Somerville Hospital and called 911, too. How could she have been left to die just outside the emergency room?


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The Big Picture


The Big Picture

Aerial photos show devastation from Calif. wildfires

At least 56 people have lost their lives in California’s deadliest wildfire.


// An industry newcomer tries to salvage pharma’s bruised reputation

Patrick O’Connor is the new executive director of the Alliance to Protect Medical Innovation.