Holiday observed: Friday.
Retail stores: Open at discretion of owner.
Liquor stores: Open at discretion of owner.
Supermarkets: Open at discretion of owner.
Convenience stores: Open at discretion of owner.
Taverns, bars: Open at discretion of owner.
Stock market: Open.
Municipal, state, federal offices: Closed.
Mail: Post offices open.
MBTA: Subways, and buses on weekday schedule. Commuter rail on weekday schedule. Hingham and Charlestown commuter boats on weekday schedule. The Ride on a Friday schedule. For more information, call 617-222-3200.Boston traffic rules:
Trash/recycling collection: Trash pickup will operate on a regular schedule citywide.
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