Prince Philip Mourned At British Imports Shop In PlymouthNews of Prince Philip's death spread fast and has people all over the U.S. offering their condolences.
Holy Cross Suspending In-Person Activities Because Of Surge In COVID CasesHoly Cross in Worcester is suspending all in-person classes, gatherings and sports because of a surge in coronavirus cases.
Massachusetts Residents Taking Steps To Keep COVID Vaccination Cards Intact For Future UseSome people are taking safety measures, like laminating the CDC cards.
Mass. High School Football Teams Struggling With Scheduling Issues During Spring SeasonThe pandemic has forced many programs to cancel games and force others to look for a last-minute opponent to play.
Infectious Disease Forecaster Says COVID Cases Will Continue To Rise In Coming WeeksIn the midst of so much hope around the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations, Massachusetts is experiencing a big setback.
Massachusetts Reports 2,184 New COVID Cases, 9 Additional DeathsThere are 711 people currently hospitalized for a coronavirus-related illness Friday, which is a decrease of 24 since Thursday.
COVID Vaccinations Required For Boston University Students This FallBoston University will require students to be vaccinated from coronavirus to return this fall.
Waltham’s Moody Street To Close Once Again For Outdoor DiningParts of Moody Street in Waltham will be shut down to traffic in order to allow for outdoor dining starting in May.
Pfizer Requests FDA To Approve COVID Vaccine For Kids Ages 12-15Pfizer announced on Friday that it has submitted a request to the FDA to expand emergency use of its vaccine for kids that are 12 to 15 years of age.
New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu To Get COVID Vaccine SaturdaySununu is scheduled to receive the vaccine at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway mass vaccination site.
Flags In Mass. To Be At Half-Staff As Officer Billy Evans Lies In Honor At Capitol RotundaGov. Charlie Baker has ordered flags be flown at half-staff on Tuesday to honor Capitol Police Officer Billy Evans as he lies in honor in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda.
LIST: Colleges Decide Whether Or Not To Require COVID Vaccination For Students This FallLocal colleges and universities are looking ahead to the fall semester, and deciding whether or not students should be required to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Elementary School Students Return To Class In Haverhill After Ransomware AttackHundreds of Haverhill students returned to the classroom on Friday after the district’s computer system was hit in a ransomware attack, forcing them to cancel school on Thursday.
Prince Philip And Queen Elizabeth II Had A Memorable Trip To Boston In July 1976Prince Philip, who died Friday at the age of 99, made at least two trips to Boston in his lifetime.
'Full College Experience,' UMass Amherst Expects Normal Operations In Fall 2021The university is preparing for in-person classes and residence halls at full capacity when the new school year begins.