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As Outdoor Dining Is Extended, Restaurants Struggle To Find Staff, SupplyRestaurants are asking customers to be patient in the coming months as the industry works to get back to normal.
Salem Homes Shot With Arrows; Police Seeking InformationNo one has been hurt, but there has been some minor property damage.
Biden's Gift To Putin: Aviator Sunglasses Made In Randolph, MassachusettsOne of President Joe Biden's gifts to Russian President Vladimir Putin at their landmark Swiss summit on Wednesday was made right here in Massachusetts.
Gaming Revenues Showing Signs of Major BouncebackThe state's share of the roughly $86.68 million generated in May works out to about $24.67 million.
Former Boston Police Officer Pleads Guilty In Overtime Fraud SchemeAbout 13 Boston police officers have been charged in the scheme, linked with the department's evidence warehouse.
John Rathbun Convicted In 2020 Attack On Jewish Assisted-Living FacilityJohn Rathbun, who was convicted of two federal arson charges, will be sentenced in November.
UMass Lowell To Remain Closed Thursday Due To 'Possible Cybersecurity Incident'UMass Lowell will remain closed on Thursday due to what the university called a “possible cybersecurity incident.”
'We Can’t Keep Up': Oysters In High Demand After State Lifts COVID RestrictionsOyster farmers in Duxbury are working overtime, supplying restaurants in Boston and New York.
Massachusetts Elected Officials Of Color Demand Independent Investigation Of Hopkinton Teen Mikayla Miller's DeathThe medical examiner ruled that Miller's death was a suicide.