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Massachusetts State Police Union Sues To Delay Vaccine Mandate For TroopersThe Massachusetts State Police union is suing Governor Charlie Baker to delay the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for troopers.
I-Team: Hopkinton Drug Advertises Supply Of Ivermectin, Despite Ineffectiveness Against COVIDThe CDC said prescriptions for Ivermectin, which is used to treat parasites, have skyrocketed with people using the medication for COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today's DevelopmentsThe latest developments concerning coronavirus in Massachusetts, updated throughout the day.
Wednesday's Child: 15-Year-Old AiyannaAiyanna is a caring girl who has a great sense of humor and is very funny, creative, and inquisitive.
32,345 Breakthrough COVID Cases Reported In Massachusetts, Just 0.71% Of Vaccinated PeopleThe cumulative count this week was 32,345 people, which is just 0.71% of around 4.5 million people in Massachusetts who are fully vaccinated.
Arlington Police Warn Parents About 'Benadryl Challenge' On TikTokArlington officials are warning parents about a new TikTok craze that could be dangerous for kids.
Survey Identifies Massachusetts City With The Rudest DriversDrivers from one city were found to be 55% ruder than the rest of the state.
Families Separated By COVID Eager To Reunite When US Allows Vaccinated International TravelersThis November, the US will reopen to fully vaccinated air travelers from 33 countries.
Massachusetts State House Still Closed Because Some Representatives Won't Get VaccinatedMany municipal offices across Massachusetts are open for business, the Delta COVID variant notwithstanding. But not the State House, which has been closed to the public since the pandemic’s early days.