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Worcester fire death toll grows to 4; Building owner suspects arsonThe bodies of two more victims were found during the search of a 6-family Worcester apartment building that caught fire on Saturday.
New robots help Mansfield distribution center workers become more productive, less fatiguedRobots at Top Notch Distributors are giving current employees a big boost.
Staff shortage at Greater Boston Food Bank impacting hundreds of food banks statewideA shortage of staff at the Greater Boston Food Bank is causing food supply issues at the hundreds of food banks across Massachusetts.
Researchers identify enzyme that could be connected to SIDSMore than 3,000 babies die from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS in the U.S. every year.
"Smart" pacifier could improve care of premature babies in the hospitalSome babies in the neonatal intensive care unit are subjected to blood draws multiple times a day.
Malden students walk out of high school to protest staff cutsMalden High School students are upset and staged a walkout on behalf of some of the teachers and faculty who were recently laid off.
Can Booster Shots Affect Mammograms? Dr. Mallika Marshall Answers Your COVID QuestionsSome experts recommend that you wait 4-6 weeks after your last COVID shot before getting a mammogram.
'Unfortunate that it came to this,' Brookline school teachers go on strikeBrookline teachers went on strike Monday and schools were closed.
Massachusetts reports 10,789 new COVID cases, positivity rate at 8.48%The seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is now 8.48%.