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Nearly Half A Million Lose Power As Nor'easter Hits MassachusettsMore than 465,000 homes and businesses lost power Wednesday as strong winds from the nor'easter hit eastern Massachusetts.
Dr. Mallika Marshall's Answer To Viewer's Question Leads To Breast Cancer DiagnosisDr. Mallika Marshall has been answering questions about the coronavirus and the COVID-19 vaccines, and one of those answers may have helped save one woman's life.
Despite Nor'Easter, Tourists Flock To Salem To Celebrate Halloween"A lot of our businesses are reporting their best October numbers ever, both for visitation and for spending."
BMC Doctor Fined For Falling Asleep And Missing SurgeryDr. Tony Tannoury went to his car to eat something, fell asleep and missed the surgery.
MBTA Ferry Service In Hingham Suspended Through Thursday After Boat Slams Into Commuter DockThe MBTA said the Nor'easter made a boat slam into the commuter boat dock in Hingham on Wednesday morning, causing damage to the dock.
More Than 800 Boston City Employees On Unpaid Leave After Phase 2 Of Vaccine Mandate UnrollsEnforcement of Phase 2 employees began Tuesday, and 206 are out of compliance.
Clean Up Efforts Could Take Days With Trees And Power Lines On Cape CodWBZ-TV's Beth Germano reports.
Massachusetts Reports 1,274 New COVID Cases, 14 Additional DeathsAs of Wednesday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 1.67%.
State Of Emergency: Exploding Transformers, House Fires, Downed Trees And Wires Stretch Brockton Firefighters Thin During Nor'easterThe Brockton Fire Department was stretched really thin during the nor’easter early Wednesday, responding to calls for downed trees and wires and two fires at the same time.