Driver Killed In Freetown; 'Crashes, Spin-Outs And Roll-Overs' Reported On Snow-Covered RoadsEmergency crews had a busy Friday morning as the first major snowstorm of the season caused havoc on Massachusetts roads.
Baker: 'We Want Everyone To Stay Off The Roads' During Friday's SnowstormAll non-emergency state employees in the Executive Branch are being told to stay home on Friday.
Jennifer Garner Named Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theatricals 2022 Woman Of The YearActress Jennifer Garner has been named Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theatricals' Woman Of The Year for 2022.
Mayor Michelle Wu Names Panel To Lead Search For New Boston Police CommissionerBoston Mayor Michelle Wu appointed a five-member panel Thursday to lead the search for a new police commissioner.
Baker Appoints Kevin Hayden, Sex Offender Registry Board Chairman, As Interim Suffolk County District AttorneyBaker announced that he's appointing the head of the state's Sex Offender Registry Board to serve the remainder of Rachael Rollins' term.
Boston Archdiocese Extending Mask Mandate For Masses, Weddings And Funerals Until MarchThe mask mandate implemented by the Boston Archdiocese for the holiday season is being extended for several more weeks. 
Fenway Park Reopens As COVID-19 Vaccination, Booster ClinicFenway Park is reopening Thursday as a COVID-19 vaccination and booster clinic.
Massachusetts Lawmaker Files Bill To Make At-Home COVID Tests Exempt From State Sales TaxMassachusetts lawmakers have filed a bill to make at-home COVID tests tax-free.
Court Orders Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev To Give COVID-19 Relief Payment To VictimsFederal prosecutors said Tsarnaev received a $1,400 COVID-19 relief payment in June.
Boston Mayor Urges Vaccines, Boosters As Hospitals Deal With COVID SurgeMayor Michelle Wu applauded healthcare employees across the city Wednesday as they deal with a variant fueled surge of COVID-19 cases.
Boston Doctor Says COVID Is Being Detected In Kids Incidentally At HospitalsThe number of children in hospitals with COVID-19 in Massachusetts has risen in recent weeks. But one Boston doctor said there is more to the data than it appears.
Bill Would Give Massachusetts Students 2 Mental Health Days From SchoolLawmakers are proposing ways to give Massachusetts students additional flexibility to cope with mental health issues as they arise.
Boston Superintendent Brenda Cassellius Fills In As Fourth Grade Teacher Amid Staffing ShortageSuperintendent Dr. Brenda Cassellius took on a different role Wednesday in the middle of a staffing shortage in Boston schools – classroom teacher.
Chick-fil-A Opens Its First Boston Restaurant On Boylston StreetBoston’s first Chick-fil-A officially opened early Wednesday morning, about ten years after its first attempt to bring a restaurant to the city.
Massachusetts School Districts Struggling With Staff ShortagesOne day after returning from winter break, several Massachusetts districts were plagued with staff shortages due to the highly contagious Omicron variant.