The threat of mosquito dangers has taken in new urgency in Massachusetts with this year’s first reported human case of EEE in the state.
The state is raising the risk of EEE in six towns, and launching a new round of aerial spraying.
The southeastern Massachusetts towns that were sprayed over the weekend to combat mosquitoes won’t know until Monday just how effective the spraying was.
An Easton man charged with OUI for the fifth time allegedly disabled his truck’s interlock device before his arrest Monday night.
Everyone is worried about the spread of EEE, especially farmers who are growing bountiful amounts of flowers, fruits and vegetables.
State health officials plan to begin aerial spraying for mosquitoes in nearly a dozen southeastern Massachusetts communities.
Police officers arresting an Easton man on a warrant found eight homemade bombs in his Foxboro hotel room Friday.
Tom Cudworth, who owns a car dealership across the street from the site, took photos of the
plumes of dust and soot coming off the site as crews knocked the building down this week.
A day after finding mosquitoes infected with Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in Easton, state officials say more have turned up in the town of Carver.
Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) has been detected in mosquitoes in Massachusetts for the first time this year.