'It’s Reckless': Teachers Union Says Mask Guidance Not Strong EnoughThe Massachusetts Teachers Association was looking for a mask mandate regardless of vaccination status.
Dorchester Restaurant Requires Staff To Wear Masks As City Considers CDC GuidanceThe CDC is recommending even fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors in areas of high transmission, and Boston is considered one of them.
'We'll Take Extra Precautions': Provincetown Travelers Wary After Recent COVID ClusterWith increased COVID cases in Provincetown, travelers are being extra cautious.
Boston Public Schools Expects Students, Staff To Wear Masks In FallIn a letter to parents Friday, Boston Public School Superintendent Dr. Brenda Cassellius said masks will be required.
Lawrence Nurse Making House Calls To Help Get Residents Vaccinated As COVID Cases IncreaseLawrence public health nurse Jaime Severino is on a mission to get people vaccinated and she'll make house calls if necessary.
Mass. Residents Who Got Vaccinated Out Of State Frustrated They Aren't Eligible For Vaccine LotteryMassachusetts residents who got vaccinated in another state are not eligible for Massachusetts “VaxMillions” lottery.
'All For It': Worcester Officials, Healthcare Workers Support Massachusetts ‘VaxMillions’ Vaccine LotteryWorcester's city manager and several healthcare workers are pushing people to get vaccinated so they can sign up for the lottery.
After Florida Collapse, Experts Confident Boston Buildings Are SafeBuildings in Boston 70 feet high and taller must be inspected every five years.
'A Lot Of Lives Ruined': 2 Teenagers Charged With Murder In Lowell Shooting Of Adrian KimborowiczCharges for two teenagers involved in the deadly shooting of 20-year-old Adrian Kimborowicz in Lowell last fall have been upgraded to murder.  
Boil Water Order Issued In Burlington After E. Coli FoundTown officials in Burlington are scrambling to find the source after an E. Coli outbreak in the water supply.
'I Felt Numb': Mother Outraged Over Dracut High School Yearbook Message Of Support For Son's Accused KillerAs if the pain of losing her son to a shooting wasn't enough, a mother is feeling the wound reopened with a Dracut High School yearbook post.