Christmas Tree Sales Starting Early In BostonInstead of picking out the perfect tree in-person, COVID-19 has some customers leaving it up to the pros.
Massachusetts Travel Restrictions: New Hampshire, Maine Removed From List Of Exempt StatesMassachusetts is taking New Hampshire and Maine off its shrinking list of states exempt from travel restrictions.
I-Team: Nurses Concerned About Shortage Of Rapid COVID-19 TestsNurses at Brigham & Women's Hospital worry a shortage of rapid COVID-19 tests could lead to a shortage of PPE.
'We Don't Want People To Travel': Doctor Alarmed By Lines At COVID Testing SitesTufts University's Dr. Shira Doron worries that long lines for testing indicate there will be too much movement for Thanksgiving.
Dining By Heat Lamps In Streets Of Boston Is About To EndThe days of dining on streets and sidewalks in Boston are about to end.
Pfizer Asks For Emergency Use Of Its COVID-19 VaccinePfizer is seeking FDA emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine, starting a process that could bring some doses as early as next month.
Massachusetts Unemployment Rate Drops Again To 7.4%Massachusetts' unemployment rate fell again in October, according to federal statistics.
New COVID-19 Cases At Massachusetts Schools Now 652, Nearly Double From Last WeekThere's been a big jump in COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts schools in the last week.
45-Foot Christmas Tree From Nova Scotia Arrives On Boston CommonA sure sign of the holiday season arrived on Boston Common Friday.
Boston Sets Aside $20 Million To Clear Streets, Keep Workers Safe This WinterBoston Mayor Marty Walsh announced Friday that the city has set aside $20 million to get ready for the snow season during the pandemic.
Massport To Cut 25% Of Workforce Due To Steep Drop In Logan Airport TravelMassport says it must cut about 25% of its workforce amid a $400 million budget deficit brought on by a steep drop in travel during the pandemic.