Dr. Rick Sacra, of Holden, is flying to Liberia on Thursday.
Five years after a devastating earthquake that killed hundreds of thousands of people in Haiti, a Holden family has returned to the country where their daughter was killed to celebrate her legacy.
Authorities are identifying the man whose body was found in the basement of a house destroyed by fire in Holden.
Explosions were reported at a Holden home where a fire reached three alarms on Sunday afternoon.
Dr. Rick Sacra held a news conference Friday morning at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester to discuss his recovery.
Dr. Rick Sacra returned home to Massachusetts Thursday after being treated for Ebola in Nebraska.
Hospital officials are cautiously optimistic that a Massachusetts doctor with Ebola will be released from a Nebraska biocontainment unit.
In a statement released through the hospital Monday, Sacra’s wife Debbie said he still gets tired very easily, but he’s becoming mentally sharper.
The Worcester doctor who became infected with Ebola while working in Liberia has been able to eat and is listening to music, his wife said Monday.
A doctor from central Massachusetts infected with the Ebola virus arrived in Nebraska Friday to begin treatment.