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After 110 Days On Ventilator, Sudbury COVID Survivor Faces Long Recovery AheadCOVID ravaged Sudbury resident Mike Walsh. He was hospitalized for three months before coming out of it and now has a long road to recovery ahead.
Gov. Baker Says Students Will Not Have To Wear Face Masks This FallFor summer school, masks are recommended, but not required.
Boil Water Order Issued In Burlington After E. Coli FoundTown officials in Burlington are scrambling to find the source after an E. Coli outbreak in the water supply.
3 People Rescued From Rip Currents At Salisbury BeachThree more people had to be rescued from strong rip currents at Salisbury Beach on Friday.
Massachusetts Reports 71 New COVID Cases, 3 Additional DeathsAs of Friday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 0.37%.
Several Juneteenth Events Planned As Massachusetts Observes Official Holiday For First TimeThere are several events in eastern Massachusetts marking the new federal holiday Juneteenth, which is officially celebrated on June 19.
Duxbury Parts Ways With Athletic Director Thom Holdgate Amid Athletic ScandalsThom Holdgate's contract will not be renewed at the end of the school year.
AI-Powered Mayflower, Beset With Glitch, Returns To EnglandThe sleek robotic trimaran of the famous English vessel had to turn back Friday to fix a mechanical problem.
Boston Police To Fly Flags At Half-Staff Tuesday For Slain Braintree Police K-9 KittKitt, who was a 12-year veteran of the Braintree Police Department, was killed while officers exchanged gunfire with a suspect on June 4.