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Pandemic Continues To Take Toll On Tourism Industry In MassachusettsWhile industry experts said this past summer showed a somewhat return to normalcy in the city, a lot more needs to be done.
Gov. Charlie Baker: Decision Not To Run For Third Term Was 'Complicated And Difficult'Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker called it a “very complicated and difficult decision” for himself and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito not to run for a third term in office.
'Do Not Panic': Boston Doctor Says Vaccines Should Work Against Omicron VariantDr. Doron of Tufts Medical Center said those who are vaccinated and boosted can live their lives.
Tewksbury Police Introduce New Comfort DogThe Tewksbury Police Department held a naming contest for their new team member and one young student's idea was chosen.
2 More Parents In College Admissions Scandal Will Plead GuiltyIf the court agrees, the defendants would be sentenced to eight weeks in prison, one year of supervised release, 100 hours of community service and a fine of $12,500.
NH Man Who Threatened Congress By Phone Sentenced To 33 MonthsRyder Winegar's lawyer had asked for supervised release or home confinement.
'We Need To Have Some Sort Of Closure.' Family Asks Driver In Deadly Yarmouth Hit-And-Run To Come ForwardPolice say Alexander Gribko was hit and killed on one of his routine walks of the neighborhood.
UMass Amherst Will Require COVID-19 Booster For All Students Returning For Spring SemesterThe school's current positivity rate is 0.6%.
Keller @ Large: With Charlie Baker Out, Would Marty Walsh Make A Run For Massachusetts Governor?WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller says former Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is someone to look at when it comes to the now wide open governor's race.