Mosquito Spraying To Begin In Plymouth And Bristol Counties on MondayThe spraying will target 25 towns in Plymouth and Bristol counties after 12 towns in the area have been found to be a moderate to critical risk for Eastern Equine Encephalitis.
Massachusetts Reports 320 New Coronavirus Cases, 12 Additional DeathsThe 7-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is now 1.8% as of Friday, down from 1.9% on Thursday.
Revolution, MLS To Resume Regular Season After Florida TournamentThe New England Revolution will return to play Friday, August 21 at 8 p.m. when they host the Philadelphia Union at Gillette Stadium.
‘Wear A Mask,’ Coronavirus Can Be Spread By Just Talking, Researchers SayDuke University Medical Center researchers say their new study confirms coronavirus can be spread just by talking, without coughing or sneezing.
Teachers' Union: Baker 'Totally Wrong' To Suggest Kids Can't Learn To Read RemotelyThe state’s largest teachers’ union is pushing back against Governor Charlie Baker’s belief that children can’t learn to read remotely.
New Hampshire Woman Gets Second Face Transplant At Brigham And Women's HospitalThe transplant from an anonymous donor took place at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital in July.
Curry College Retiring Mascot, Changing LogoCurry College is retiring its mascot and changing its logo.
20 First Responders Rescue 2 Teens From Ashland QuarryIt took 20 people to save two teenagers from a quarry in Ashland Friday.
Man Arrested, Charged In Roxbury Armed Robbery That Critically Wounded ClerkPolice have arrested and charged a 25-year-old Lynn man in connection with a Roxbury shooting that critically wounded a store clerk.
Police Searching For Suspect In Hyde Park StabbingPolice say the man was hit with a projectile and has life-threatening injuries.
Two Accused Of Breaking Into Boylston Street Store, Stealing High-End Sunglasses, PursesPolice said the merchandise was valued at $14,000.
Lexington Doctor, Wife Accused Of Illegally Importing Medications From ChinaA psychiatrist and his wife both face charges in connection with a scheme to illegally import medications to treat alcohol and opioid dependence from China.
After Reviewing College Reopening Plans, Some Students Are Considering Gap YearsCollege students across the country are scrambling to figure out whether they should change their plans to live at school or stay at home.
Traps Set For Dirt Bikes Has Plymouth Area Riders On EdgeOn Thursday, on one of the trails under power lines, a rider discovered steel spikes in the middle of the trail,
Firefighters Rescue 81-Year-Old Woman From Tyngsboro House FireAn 81-year-old woman was rescued by a firefighter after a fire broke out in her Tyngsboro home overnight.
Man In 50s Is Massachusetts' First Case Of West Nile Virus In 2020The man was likely exposed in southwestern Essex County or eastern Middlesex County,
Massachusetts Reports 320 New Coronavirus Cases, 18 Additional DeathsThe total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the state is now 111,853 while the total number of deaths is 8,488.
UPS Packages Could Get A Lot More Expensive This FallShopping online during the upcoming holiday season could get more expensive if it's delivered by UPS.
'The Facts Don't Support It': Baker Against All Massachusetts Schools Starting Fully RemoteGov. Charlie Baker indicated at a Friday news conference that he doesn't want all schools in the state to be starting fully remote.
Baker Reduces Massachusetts Outdoor Gathering Limit To 50; 'People Are Simply Not Being Responsible'Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker announced Friday that the state is slashing its outdoor gathering limit from 100 to 50 people effective Tuesday, August 11.
Massachusetts To Crack Down On 'Bars Masquerading As Restaurants'Gov. Charlie Baker said the state will be cracking down on “bars masquerading as restaurants” by allowing police to enforce coronavirus safety standards.
New Travel Restrictions Take Effect For Anyone Entering Massachusetts From Rhode IslandRhode Island is now off the list of "lower-risk" states that are exempt from the Massachusetts travel order.
20% Of Harvard University Freshman Class Have DeferredHundreds of students who were accepted to Harvard University for this fall are deferring their admissions.
Boston Hospitals To Test Cystic Fibrosis Drug On Severely Ill Coronavirus PatientsHarvard University researchers are working with two Boston hospitals to try a new way to help the sickest coronavirus patients.
Hasbro Removing Trolls Doll From Stores; Petition Says Button Is Inappropriately PlacedA popular petition accused the toymaker of promoting child abuse by placing a button on the doll's "private area under her skirt."
Police Still Searching For Missing Hanson Grandmother Sandra Crispo, Who 'Vanished' One Year AgoHanson Police said Sandra Crispo was last seen on August 7, 2019.
Purple Heart Day: Lights To Honor Heroes Across MassachusettsIf you see a purple light this evening, it’s because Friday is Purple Heart Day in Massachusetts and across the country.
Fauci 'Satisfied' With Enrollment So Far In Moderna Coronavirus Vaccine TrialDr. Anthony Fauci said he's "satisfied" with the enrollment in the first week of the first US Phase 3 clinical trial of a Covid-19 vaccine.
NOAA Predicts 'Extremely Active' Atlantic Hurricane SeasonIt has been a record start to the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane season, but now, experts are bumping up their predictions for the rest of the year.
Remote Learning Options Likely Won't Involve Local Teachers When Schools ReopenMassachusetts is looking at hiring outside vendors to help with remote learning in some towns, including Plymouth, WBZ-TV has learned.