As Massachusetts faces a spike in the number of influenza cases, health officials in towns across the state say they’re running out of vaccinations.
The National Guard is used to carrying 30-pound backpacks. But on Thursday, things were a little different.
Massachusetts has taken action against three more compounding pharmacies following unannounced inspections that were ordered in the wake of a deadly fungal meningitis outbreak linked to a Framingham pharmacy.
A judge has told lawyers for victims of a deadly national meningitis outbreak tied to a Framingham pharmacy that she will likely grant their request for an exhaustive inspection and testing at the facility.
Requests are up 400 percent at the Pearl Street Cupboard and Cafe in Framingham.
Do you know where the most dangerous intersections are in Massachusetts? The I-Team does and they are the site of hundreds of injuries per year.
The Framingham building inspector is resigning a year after being placed on paid leave in the wake of an I-Team investigation.
Police at Framingham State University are warning students about a man who has been approaching women and asking to kiss them.
The Massachusetts Pharmacists Association and the Massachusetts Independent Pharmacists Association said it appears that “rules and regulations may have been disregarded” by the New England Compounding Center.
Authorities were serving search warrants the the New England Compounding Center in Framingham.