Boston's St. Patrick's Day Parade Canceled For 2nd Year In A Row Due To CoronavirusThe coronavirus pandemic has forced the cancellation of South Boston's St. Patrick's Day Parade for a second year in a row.
Brick Shatters Window Of Massachusetts State Police Cruiser In Downtown BostonA Massachusetts State Police trooper was uninjured Tuesday morning after a brick shattered the window of their cruiser in Downtown Boston.
UMass Dominates List Of Highest-Paid State EmployeesThe highest-paid state employees work in the University of Massachusetts system.
Massachusetts Schools Now Enforcing New Remote And Hybrid Learning RulesSchools that are using a hybrid model must now provide an average of three and a-half hours of live instruction a day.
Protests Against Police Brutality Held On MLK Day In BostonTwo protests against police brutality were held in Boston on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
'The Embrace': Boston Looks Ahead To MLK Memorial As Monuments Come Down Across USAfter years of planning, a memorial honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King, is moving forward in Boston.
Massachusetts Rolling Out Coronavirus Vaccinations To Prisons, Other Congregate Care SettingsGroup homes, shelters and residential treatment programs can also begin vaccinations.
Mass General Hospital Opens Surge ICU Due To Increased COVID Patients Following HolidaysMass General Hospital has opened a surge intensive care unit to deal with increases in COVID patients.
First Case Of COVID-19 Variant Confirmed In MassachusettsThis is the same variant that was discovered in the United Kingdom.
Boston Police Temporarily Close Roads Near Statehouse As Precaution For Potential DemonstrationsPolice temporarily closed several streets surrounding the Massachusetts Statehouse as a precaution with the potential for demonstrations in Boston and at capitols around the country.
B.A.A. Launches Virtual Athletes' Village To Keep Boston Marathon Runners Connected During COVID PostponementWith no date set for the 2021 Boston Marathon, the Boston Athletic Association is still working to connect runners.
Where MLK And Coretta Met And Studied, A Memorial Will RiseWork on a roughly 22-foot-high bronze sculpture depicting four arms embracing is expected to begin in March after years of planning.
Soggy Saturday With Wind-Driven Rain On Tap For MassachusettsAn area of low pressure will track right over New England, pushing a warm front through late Friday into Saturday.
Red Sox, Devers Agree To One-Year $4,575,000 DealThe Boston Red Sox have agreed to a $4,575,000, one-year deal with third baseman Rafael Devers that avoided salary arbitration.
Police Arrest Boston Attorney Gary Zerola, Wanted In Connection With Rape And Break-InPolice have arrested Boston defense attorney Gary Zerola, who was wanted in connection with a rape and breaking and entering in the city.