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Massachusetts Lawmakers OK $46B Budget With Abortion Expansion ProvisionState lawmakers on Friday took the final votes on a $46.2 billion spending plan for the year that began July 1.
Tree, Power Line Damage Possible As 12+ Inches Of Heavy Snow Could Hit Parts Of Massachusetts SaturdayThe higher elevations of Worcester County and southwest New Hampshire should see the most snow.
Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today's DevelopmentsThe latest developments concerning coronavirus in Massachusetts, updated throughout the day.
Acushnet Family Turns Farm Stand Into Pet Food Pantry For CommunityA family in Acushnet is making sure pet owners can feed their fur babies this holiday season.
Infectious Disease Doctor On COVID Surge: 'Concerned Is An Understatement'With new COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts surpassing 5,000 for two straight days, healthcare professionals are growing increasingly worried about the strain on the system.
MBTA Advisory Board: Major Service Cuts Not NecessaryThe MBTA Advisory Board says the agency does not need to make huge cuts yet.
Mass. Education Commissioner Pushes For In-Person Learning For High-Needs Students In Largest DistrictsJeffrey Riley, commissioner of elementary and secondary education, is urging public school districts in Boston, Worcester and Springfield to bring high-needs students back to the classroom for in-person learning.
Professionals Bring Joy To Homeowners With Large Light DisplaysHoliday Lighting of Massachusetts has brought a lot of families happiness by installing beautiful light displays at people's homes.
'Better Be Prepared': Worcester DPW Crews, Residents Get Ready For Saturday SnowstormIt's all hands on deck as workers were busy prepping salt, sand, and plow trucks to be ready Saturday's upcoming snowstorm.