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Storm Causes Damage, Power Outages Across Mass.Strong winds and torrential rain caused damage and power outages across the state Monday afternoon.
Waltham Police Still Searching For Suspect Behind 10 Random, Unprovoked AttacksEmerson Paz is home from the hospital recovering from the attack that left him with fractures and a broken nose.
With Rising COVID-19 Cases, Worcester Hospitals Hit 85% CapacityThe number of COVID-19 patients at UMass Memorial has more than doubled from 30 to 70 in November.
Massachusetts Reports 1,166 New Coronavirus Cases, 25 Additional DeathsAs of Monday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 3.93%.
'Changes The Whole Landscape': Marijuana Home Delivery Approved In Mass.State regulators gave final approval Monday morning to new regulations that will reshape the legal marijuana industry to include home delivery.
Beware Of COVID-19 Scams As Vaccine Approaches FDA ApprovalHomeland Security investigators are working with Pfizer, Moderna and dozens of other drug companies racing to complete and distribute the vaccine and treatments for the virus.
COVID Rapid Test Program Expected To Start At 134 Massachusetts Schools This WeekSome Massachusetts schools could be receiving coronavirus rapid tests this week.
COVID Vaccines That Require 2 Doses Create New Set Of ChallengesExperts are actively trying to trouble-shoot these logistical problems before vaccines become available.
Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine - What's Next And Why Masks Will Still Be NeededDr. Mallika Marshall explains the FDA approval process for vaccines and why masks will still be needed next year.