Medical Students Graduate Early, Prepare To Join Fight Against CoronavirusMedical students from some of the top schools across the state will graduate early and could immediately be thrust into action in the fight against COVID-19.
Boston Families Struggle To Switch To Online Learning As The Coronavirus Keeps Schools ClosedBoston families have many questions about the future of their children's education as they try to make it work now in a new normal.
Coronavirus Closures Hitting Hair Salons HardAt Lord's and Lady's hair salon in West Roxbury, there is nothing but empty chairs, as the business was closed this week out of safety concerns. It's part of an industry now being cut to the core.
Coronavirus Travel Ban Leads To Confused, Frustrated Passengers At Logan AirportAs travel restrictions go into effect for a large part of Europe, President Trump's move to fight the coronavirus has left confused Americans rushing to return home. As of midnight, the U.S. is stopping people coming from dozens of countries in Europe for 30 days.
'What Do We Do Now?': Harvard Students Forced To Move Off Campus Due To CoronavirusStudents at Harvard University have just days to pack up and move off campus due to coronavirus concerns.
Weymouth High School Notifies Parents About Sick Employee; Coronavirus Not SuspectedA staff member reported a fever after a trip abroad.
Coronavirus Fears Continue To Impact Boston Area BusinessesWhile the worst of the coronavirus outbreak is thousands of miles away, it is still having a big impact in the United States. Local businesses and the travel industry are taking a hit.
Inyoung You's Lawyers Seek Dismissal Of BC Texting-Suicide CaseThe defense for the former Boston College student charged in her boyfriend’s suicide plans to file a motion to dismiss the case next month.
NH Primary Was 'Appetizer' Mass. Sec. Of State SaysMassachusetts will be one of 16 states and territories that will be part of Super Tuesday March 3 and voters see a wide open game.
Dorchester Marijuana Shop Receives State Approval, Would Be First In BostonThe Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission approved its first minority-owned retail marijuana shop, which would become the first in Boston.
Anxious Travelers Arrive At Logan Airport From ChinaA Hainan Airlines flight from Shanghai touched down at Logan Airport with passengers describing a tense atmosphere back home.
Operation Crosswalk: Police Step Up Patrols In South BostonBoston Police set up Operation Crosswalk at L and East Second Streets, nabbing and citing drivers who failed to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks.
Grandfather Reflects On Grandson's Death From Flu After First Massachusetts Pediatric Flu Death This YearAfter a teenager from Worcester County died from a strain of Influenza B this week, Joseph Zenus talked to WBZ-TV about his 12-year-old grandson Aaron who died from the flu last year. He was the first of four pediatric cases in the state.
Sumner Tunnel Is Causing Problems For Truck Drivers, Commuters SayFrustrated commuters are asking for more signage for truck drivers before the Sumner Tunnel between Boston and East Boston, claiming the incidents of stuck trucks are increasing.
Holy Cross Community Mourns Rower Grace Rett After Florida Car CrashHoly Cross students continue to comfort one another over the loss of Grace Rett, who died in a Florida van crash Wednesday.