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Boston Resiliency Fund Creates Another $1.75M In Grants To NonprofitsOf those organizations, 70% are led by a person of color and 76% are led by a woman.
Long Lines Form At Mass. COVID Testing Sites On Friday After ThanksgivingFollowing the Thanksgiving holiday, there were long lines for coronavirus testing across Massachusetts on Friday.
Tunnel To Towers Foundation Pays Off Mortgage Of Fallen State Trooper Thomas DevlinThe mortgage of fallen Massachusetts State Police Trooper Thomas Devlin was paid off by the Tunnel to Towers Foundation Friday.
'It Seems More Mellow': Black Friday At Natick Mall Hosts Fewer Customers Than Years PastThe Natick Mall was busy, but as expected, not nearly as much foot traffic compared to last year.
81 Communities Now At High Risk For Covid-19 In MassachusettsEighty-one communities in Massachusetts are now considered high risk for coronavirus infections.
Massachusetts Reports 4,464 New COVID Cases, 29 More Deaths Over 2 DaysThere are an estimated 41,852 active cases in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Travel Restrictions: Vermont Removed From Exempt ListThe only state remaining now on the Massachusetts travel order exempt list is Hawaii.
18-Year-Old Arrested After New Bedford Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 1 InjuredAn 18-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly shot two people and then shot at investigating officers in New Bedford Friday morning.
Cause Of Sunken Boat "The Emmy Rose" Still Undetermined, Investigation Could Take MonthsThe Coast Guard says an investigation into what caused the boat carrying four Maine fishermen to sink off Cape Cod will likely take weeks or months.