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Severe Thunderstorms Possible In Central, Eastern MassachusettsThere's a chance of severe thunderstorms in central and eastern Massachusetts through midday Friday.
Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today's DevelopmentsThe latest developments concerning coronavirus in Massachusetts, updated throughout the day.
To Do List: Food Festival, Fluff Festival, Kids Festival and MoreThere are festivals for everyone this first weekend of fall. You can celebrate food, fun – even Fluff! Here are the items we’re checking off our To Do List this weekend.
I-Team: Judge Denies State Police Request To Delay Vaccine MandateThe I-Team has learned a judge has denied a request from the State Police union to put a hold on Governor Baker’s vaccine mandate for troopers.
'He Never Would Tell Us': Gardner Museum Hopeful For New Info After Death Of Connecticut MobsterMore than 30 years after the infamous heist involving 13 pieces of art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner collection, the Boston museum is hopeful.
'Excited For The Future': Team IMPACT Celebrates 10 Years At Gillette StadiumTeam IMPACT has grown to partner with over 700 colleges and universities across 49 states.
CDC Panel Approves Booster Shots For Elder Americans, But Not Essential WorkersA CDC panel voted Thursday to allow use of booster shots for many adults first vaccinated with Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.
Passenger Accused Of Attacking Flight Attendant, Rushing Cockpit On Boston To San Juan FlightA passenger on a flight from Boston to San Juan, Puerto Rico was arrested after he allegedly choked a flight attendant and tried to enter the cockpit.
Green Line Trolley Driver Facing Charges For July CrashTransit Police have filed charges against a Green Line trolley driver involved in a crash in July.
Salem Haunted Tour Is Most Booked Experience Of Fall, According To TripadvisorSince it started seven years ago, Witch City Walking Tours is seeing numbers like it has never seen before.
Watertown Public Schools Facing Food Supply Shortages, National Supply Chain IssuesFood service changes and national supply shortages have forced the staff at Watertown Middle School to pivot almost everyday.
Experts Say Record Rainfall Is Wreaking Havoc On Massachusetts RoadsState Police say a pot hole on Route 1 damaged between 20 and 30 vehicles.