Annissa Essaibi George, Michelle Wu Face Off On Police Reform, Education, Housing In First TV DebateBoston City Councilors Annissa Essaibi George and Michelle Wu faced off in their first televised debate in the WBZ-TV studio.
American Eagle Jet Returns To Logan Airport After Bird StrikeThe Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the incident.
Massachusetts Reports 1,471 New COVID Cases, 19 Additional DeathsThe Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported 1,471 new confirmed COVID cases and 19 additional deaths in the state on Wednesday.
Justice Department Asks Supreme Court To Reinstate Death Sentence For Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar TsarnaevThe Justice Department asked the Supreme Court Wednesday to reinstate the death penalty for convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
812 Boston City Employees Placed On Unpaid Leave Over Vaccine MandateMore than 800 Boston city employees have been placed on unpaid leave for not complying with the city’s COVID-19 mandate, the city said Tuesday night.
MBTA Makes Repairs At Savin Hill Station After Falling Metal Nearly Hits RiderThe MBTA is investigating what caused a chunk of metal to fall from the stairs at the Savin Hill station.
'Overwhelmed' Pediatricians Balance Increased COVID Testing, Staffing ShortagesPediatricians are finding themselves balancing seeing sick kids, COVID testing, vaccinations, and staffing shortages.
Zack Hample Catches 2 Home Run Balls During ALDS Game 4 At Fenway ParkWhen Zack Hample settled into his seat for Game 4 of the ALDS between the Red Sox and Rays Monday night, he liked his chances of snagging a baseball.
Alexander Hamilton Letter Stolen From Massachusetts Archives More Than 70 Years Ago Has Been ReturnedA rare letter from Alexander Hamilton that was stolen from the state of Massachusetts more than 70 years ago has been returned after a battle in court.
Boston-Based Urban Farm Specializes In Growing MicrogreensBoston Microgreens specializes in growing what are essentially baby vegetables.
Massachusetts National Guard Activated To Help With COVID Testing At Schools, Possible Staff Shortages At PrisonsMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has ordered the National Guard to help with possible staff shortages in the state’s prison system and COVID testing at schools.
Gas Prices Rise 9 Cents In Massachusetts As Crude Oil Gets More ExpensiveThe average price of gas in Massachusetts rose sharply in the past week, according to AAA.
Boston Marathon Returns To Patriots' Day In 2022The 126th Boston Marathon is only 189 days away, on April 18, 2022.
VIDEO: Highlights From 2021 Boston MarathonMore than 15,000 runners participated in the historic October Boston Marathon.
Double Amputee Marko Cheseto Completes Boston Marathon Despite Issues With One Prosthetic LegCheseto, a Kenya native who now lives in Florida, finished the marathon despite dealing with an equipment issue.