Brockton High School Students Return To In-Person Classes Full-Time On May 17Brockton High asked for a waiver of the Mass. Department of Elementary & Secondary Education's Back Into Class Order, but were denied.
Barnstable Lacrosse Goalie Puts EMT Training To Use, Helps Injured OpponentMorgan Dardia jumped into action when an opponent was injured during a high school lacrosse game.
After 2nd Bout Of COVID, Haverhill Man Hugs Grandkids Upon Return From The Hospital68-year-old Jeff Foxon came home after being in a hospital and rehab for seven weeks. His welcoming committee was his two grandkids.
‘I Can Never Forget': WWII Vet From Norwood To Visit Grave Of Soldier Who Saved HimWWII veteran Anthony Grasso is traveling to South Carolina to visit the grave of a soldier who saved his life in 1944.
'Couldn't Be More Honored': Burlington Student Surprises Teacher With Superhero DrawingA Burlington teacher broke down crying after a student drew a picture of her as a superhero.
Man Charged With Kidnapping 4-Year-Old Girl In Jamaica PlainPolice said the man picked the girl up, kissed her, and tried to walk away with her.
'Making Good Progress': Doctors Believe Massachusetts Can Reach Herd Immunity In A Couple MonthsDoctors say Massachusetts is making good progress, but speeding up the shots could be key to stopping the pandemic.
Taunton Woman On Mission To Spread Kindness, Honor Hero HusbandRosemary Heath has been on a mission lately, trying to spread kindness wherever and to whomever she can.
'Change The Profession From Within': Police Chiefs Having Trouble Filling Vacant JobsHelp is wanted at police departments across Massachusetts, but applicants are hard to find.
Newton Residents Fight Back Against City's First Gun StoreNeighbors say a firearms shop does not belong near homes, restaurants and schools.
Quincy & Saugus School Districts To Hold Senior Proms OutsideSchool districts like Quincy and Saugus say they have found solutions to save the dance.
Cyber Criminals Targeting Municipal Computer SystemsThe FBI said one of the keys to defeating the ransomware is to have duplicates of your data.
Woman Seeks Funeral Reimbursement From FEMA After Losing Husband, Father To COVIDFEMA has decided to reimburse families for funeral expenses if their loved one has died from COVID-19.
Massachusetts Residents Taking Steps To Keep COVID Vaccination Cards Intact For Future UseSome people are taking safety measures, like laminating the CDC cards.
RMV Inspection Sticker Issues Leave Mass. Drivers, Auto Shops FrustratedThe car inspection system will be down through at least Friday after a malware attack targeted the computer system that processes inspections.