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Winter Storm Watch: Tracking Heavy Rain, Possible Snow SaturdayLess than 48 hours from the peak of the storm Saturday, there are still a wide range of solutions.
'We're All Scared': COVID Pandemic Changing How Movie Theater Industry OperatesWarner Bros. plans to stream new movies is the latest blow to the theater industry which has been crippled by the pandemic.
New Hampshire Expects COVID-19 Vaccines For Up To 40,000 InitiallyNew Hampshire’s initial shipments of coronavirus vaccines will protect fewer than half of those identified as the most critical recipients, state officials said Thursday.
Dr. Mallika Marshall On 2nd COVID Surge: 'Do Not Let Your Guard Down Now'WBZ-TV's Dr. Mallika Marshall writes, "We can get through what is likely to be the darkest period of this pandemic if we just buckle down and do what we need to protect one another."
Walpole Teen Builds Christmas Trees, Raises $13,000 For Friend Injured In AccidentIn October, 13-year-old Greyson Beauregard suffered a traumatic recreational accident that left him unable to walk.
State Deploys COVID-19 Rapid Mobile Testing Unit To 13 School DistrictsThe state has deployed its Rapid Mobile Testing Unit to 13 school districts, including Billerica Memorial High School.
'People Need To Get On Board': Participants In Moderna's COVID Vaccine Trial Speak OutDespite experiencing mild side effects, participants from Moderna's COVID vaccine trial are urging the public to take the vaccine.
Some COVID Patients Struggling With Lingering Effects Months LaterSome people get over COVID-19 with no long-term effects while others are plagued with health issues for months.
97 Communities Considered High Risk For COVID-19 In Mass.Ninety-seven communities in Massachusetts are now considered high risk for coronavirus infections.