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Keller: After Heated Debate, Markey-Kennedy Race Still A Toss-UpWBZ-TV's Jon Keller said both Kennedy and Markey supporters will likely feel satisfied after Tuesday night's debate.
3 Injured In Crash Involving Chatham Police CruiserThree people, including a Chatham Police officer, were injured in a crash Tuesday night.
Coronavirus Restrictions Tightened: One Parent Per Player Allowed At Baseball GamesThe town of Natick is now the latest community to allow just one parent per player at youth baseball games.
Video: Senator Ed Markey, Rep. Joe Kennedy Spar In WBZ DebateIncumbent Senator Ed Markey and Rep. Joe Kennedy squared off in a fiery debate on WBZ-TV.
NH Requiring Face Masks At Events With More Than 100 PeopleNew Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu issued an executive order Tuesday requiring masks to be worn at scheduled gatherings of more than 100 people.
Cape Cod Towns Restrict Access To Some Ponds, Beaches To Allow Social DistancingWith so many people from off Cape looking for fresh air and open spaces, visitors have inundated some towns, and new restrictions have popped up.
'Save Our Stages': Theaters Seek Federal Funding, Prepare For UnknownMany theaters that have been empty since March are still preparing for the unknown.
Gov. Charlie Baker's New Coronavirus Restrictions Are Especially Focused On High Risk CitiesGovernor Charlie Baker says his team is helping 33 cities and towns in the moderate to high risk zone enforce his new COVID-19 restrictions.
Boston Public School Bus Monitors Left In Financial LimboBoston school bus monitors have not been paid since June, but don’t qualify for unemployment.