How Will Reopening Restrictions Be Enforced? Jon Keller Answers Your QuestionsA day after Gov. Charlie Baker released the state's game plan for reopening economic and social activities sidelined by the pandemic, there's still plenty of confusion about what it means. We fielded a few questions online and tracked down some answers.
'MA Isn't Ready To Reopen': Pressley Urges Baker To Reconsider TimelineBaker has said he expects criticism from both the left and the right on his reopening plan.
Salons, Manufacturing And Churches Excited To ReopenThe salon can reopen as a part of Governor Baker‘s Phase 1 reopening plan announced on Monday, May 18.
Massachusetts Restaurants Struggle Still Not Knowing When They Can ReopenIt's going to be a bit longer before dining rooms reopen in Massachusetts, possibly three weeks or more.
Childcare And Fitness Centers Fear Consequences Of Waiting To ReopenOwners of childcare and fitness centers are scared waiting until the next phases to reopen could have disastrous consequences for their businesses.
Massachusetts Pastors Send Letter To Baker Asking To Reopen ChurchesChurches across Massachusetts that have been closed for weeks because of the coronavirus pandemic want to reopen soon.
Massachusetts Golf Courses Reopening With Heavy Coronavirus RestrictionsGolf courses in Massachusetts are allowed to reopen immediately with new social distancing guidelines because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Keller @ Large: Poll Shows Most Approve Of Baker's Work In Coronavirus CrisisJon Keller takes a closer look at a new poll that shows most of Massachusetts approves of Gov. Baker’s handling of the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus Poll: 85% Support Non-Essential Business Closure, Stay-At-Home Advisory In MassachusettsNearly half of residents say the pandemic has diminished their income.
Gov. Baker Continues To Ramp Up Coronavirus TestingThis week Massachusetts saw its highest number of positive coronavirus cases reported in one day. The number of cases is partially tied to a large increase in testing.
‘All Of Us Are Vulnerable’: Health Commissioner Returns To Work After Coronavirus IllnessMassachusetts Department of Public Health Commissioner Monica Bharel returned to work Friday after being out work for nearly four weeks after being diagnosed with the coronavirus.