Local Rescues Team Up To Drive To Texas, Save Nearly 100 Homeless PetsTwo local rescues have teamed up to save and transport close to 100 homeless pets evacuated from Texas.
CDC Director Issues Warning As Mass. Businesses Prepare To ReopenThe Director of the Centers for Disease Control cautioned against relaxing coronavirus restrictions one day after Governor Baker announced Massachusetts would ease capacity restrictions.
Travel Agent Reports 300% Increase In Bookings For 2021If you walk into any terminal at Logan Airport these days, it looks like a ghost town, but there seems to be a reawakening of sorts.
'We're Hiring': Businesses Near Boston Sports Venues Gear Up To Welcome Fans BackNeighborhoods surrounding Boston’s sports venues are gearing up for a soft reopening.
Boston Will Wait Until After St. Patrick's Day To Resume Live Music At Restaurants, Indoor PerformancesBoston is delaying live music in restaurants and reopening indoor performance venues until March 22.
Capacity Restrictions To Be Eased For Restaurants, Venues And Weddings In MassachusettsThe state will move into Phase 3, Step 2 on March 1, and plans to enter Phase 4, Step 1 on March 22.
Reopening Of Wedding Industry Welcome News For Business, Brides And GroomsGov. Baker announced that starting March 22, indoor weddings of 100 people and outdoor weddings of 150 people -- with a dance floor -- will be allowed in Massachusetts.
Mass. Governor Grilled By State Lawmakers On COVID Vaccine RolloutGovernor Charlie Baker faced tough questions from state lawmakers in a legislative hearing Thursday.
Fraudsters Have Tried To Claim Billions From Massachusetts Unemployment System During Pandemic, Data ShowsMassachusetts is still seeing "large numbers of illegitimate unemployment claims" nearly a year into the coronavirus pandemic as a result of a nationwide scam.
TD Garden, Fenway Park Can Open At 12% Capacity For Fans Starting March 22Governor Charlie Baker announced Thursday that fans will be allowed at Massachusetts stadiums and arenas beginning March 22.
Boston's COVID Positivity Rate Drops To Lowest Level Since OctoberCoronavirus health metrics in Boston are continuing to improve, with the city’s positivity rate dropping to its lowest level since October.