Coronavirus Clusters Likely A Contributing Factor To Cases Creeping Up In Mass.State officials are now urging residents remain vigilant, and continue to wear their masks, in an effort to avoid a resurgence.
Virtual Public School Sees Spike In Interest And Growing Wait ListEven before the pandemic, hundreds of Massachusetts students attended public school virtually at TEC Connections Academy.
Mass. Police Chiefs Criticize 'Knee Jerk Reaction' Police Reform BillThe Massachusetts Police Chiefs Association said the bills would make it harder for police to keep the public safe.
As Coronavirus Cases Soar In South, New England Prepares For Second WaveKey metrics in Massachusetts continue on a downward trend.
Uptick In COVID-19 Cases Highlight Potential Challenge In Dealing With Outbreaks In SchoolsThe debate over a return to in-person school rages on, as more students and school employees are diagnosed with COVID-19.
Boston School Bus Drivers Want Say In Reopening Plans: 'We Must Be Part Of This Discussion'Boston school bus drivers are demanding answers as the district starts planning a potential return to class in the fall. So far, they say their voices are not being heard.
Public School Teachers Want Phased Reopening In The FallAn alliance of teachers unions submitted their own reopening proposal to state officials.
When It Comes To Returning To School, Families Are Making Their Own PlansWhat will the school year look like? It's mid-July and there are no real answers.
PPP Program Failing To Reach Some Small Family Owned BusinessesMany small businesses are trying to survive without help from the federal government.
Fall River Catholic Schools To Re-Open In Fall, Superintendent Says Most Families On Board With PlanThe Diocese of Fall River Catholic Schools announced that all of its schools that serve Pre-K through eighth grade students will open fully in the fall.
Observing Juneteenth Through Expressions Of Art And MusicMany groups in Massachusetts are celebrating the Juneteenth holiday with art and music.
Juneteenth Is 'A Recognition Of Freedom' - Here's WhyThe Boston City Council unanimously passed a resolution to make Juneteenth an official holiday.
State Officials Ease Some Guidelines For Reopening Day Care FacilitiesLast week, the Department of Early Education and Care updated some of its initial guidelines.
With Layoffs Mounting, Educators Protest Sweeping Public Education CutsAs layoff notices go out across the state, educators rallied to save their jobs with a caravan through the streets of Brookline Monday.
Covid-19 Cases Trend Down In Mass., Spike In More Than A Dozen Other StatesAs the economy trickles back to work, one leading epidemiologist says we must remain vigilant to avoid a backslide.