Walsh: Boston May Take 'Serious Action' If Coronavirus Numbers Don't ImproveBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said that with coronavirus infection numbers rising, it is possible there will be additional shutdowns in the city if there is not improvement.
Boston Public Schools Suspend In-Person Learning For All StudentsThe City of Boston announced on Wednesday that it is suspending all in-person learning for students due to rising coronavirus numbers.
Pope Francis Endorses Civil Unions For Same-Sex Couples For First Time As PopePope Francis has endorsed same-sex civil unions for the first time as pope, a major shift for the Vatican and Catholic Church.
USS Constitution Unveils Rare Documents On 223rd BirthdayThe U.S.S. Constitution Museum has acquired more than 150 documents, including correspondence from President George Washington's secretary of war, that shed light on the warship's early years
Massachusetts Ballot Question 1 Is A Battle Over Wireless Vehicle DataThe new right to repair ballot question is a debate over wireless data in cars and trucks.
Lawyer: DNA Evidence Shows Man Charged In 1985 Killing 'Truly Was Innocent'A Chelsea man was able to walk free after spending decades behind bars for a crime he insists he did not commit.
Coronavirus Testing Opens At Suffolk Downs As Revere Sees Uptick In Coronavirus Daily CasesGov. Baker emphasized that testing is still one of the most powerful tools to keep people safe.
Families Debate How To Celebrate Thanksgiving Safely During PandemicMany families are wondering what to do about Thanksgiving this year.
Gov. Charlie Baker Hints At Changes To Coronavirus DashboardThe governor said he pays the closest attention to the seven-day weighted average.
'When He's Not Busy Suing Me': Baker Takes Small Jab At NH Gov. Chris SununuGov. Chris Baker said he would like to reach out to "friend Chris Sununu" as long as the governor was not too busy suing him.
Boston Reopens Rental Relief Fund After Statewide Moratorium On Evictions EndsApplications will be accepted once again for the Boston Rental Relief Fund.
Franklin Park Zoo's Western Lowland Gorilla Kiki Gives Birth To Baby BoyFranklin Park Zoo welcomed an adorable new addition last week.
MassDOT Study Finds Old Rush Hour Patterns Not Returning SoonThe morning rush hour on Massachusetts highways is unlikely to return to pre-COVID crowds until at least 2024, according to new projections.
Brigham and Women's Hospital Says Coronavirus Cluster ContainedBrigham and Women's Hospital said it’s "confident" that a coronavirus cluster of 57 cases there has been contained.
'Incredibly Frightening': Activist Leaves Dirty Needles Outside Gov. Baker's HomeMassachusetts First Lady Lauren Baker testified Monday about an incident involving protesters who left needles outside her family’s Swampscott home.