Boston Officials Pushing For More Residents To Get COVID-19 TestsThe City of Boston is sending out text alerts to some residents, directing them to COVID-19 testing sites, including sites that are free and available regardless of symptoms.
Officials Say Private Youth Sports Leagues Are Bumping Up COVID-19 Rates On South ShoreYouth hockey is now taking a hit from COVID-19, especially in communities along the South Shore of Massachusetts.
Gov. Baker Warns About Upcoming Holidays, Rise Of Coronavirus Among Young AdultsGovernor Charlie Baker stopped short of giving any official guidance on Thanksgiving gatherings, but he said he is concerned about the upcoming holiday season.
Number Of High-Risk Communities On Massachusetts COVID-19 Map Nearly DoublesThe number of communities considered high-risk hot spots for COVID-19 nearly doubled this week on Massachusetts’ color-coded map of virus rates. It brings the total to 40 cities and towns in the red zone.
As More Restaurants Close, State Officials Give Final Round of Grants for Outdoor DiningAs Boston learns more restaurants are falling victim to the pandemic, state officials are doling out the final round of grant money to help set up outdoor dining areas.
Laser Tag, Trampoline Parks Reopen: Step 2 Of Phase 3 Now Underway In Mass.Trampolines, obstacle courses, roller rinks, and laser tag get the green light in Massachusetts to reopen.
New England Voters Are Not Swayed By Trump's Coronavirus DiagnosisIt seems New England voters made up their minds well before the news of President Donald Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis.
Boston Moves Ahead With In-Person Learning Despite Entering High-Risk Red ZoneThe city began the first phase of its hybrid plan Thursday with 3,500 high needs students heading into school buildings.
'Schools Are Abandoning Our Children': Mass. Parents Plead For In-Person LearningParents from across Massachusetts begged state education officials to get their students back into the classroom.
Some Restaurants Face Challenges Finding Supplies Needed To Open BarsNew loosened guidelines are now officially in effect for Massachusetts restaurants.
Body Of Missing Boater Pulled From Auburn ReservoirDivers recovered the body of a missing boater in Dark Brook Reservoir Friday.
New Coronavirus Hot Spot Communities Postpone School Sports, Step Up EnforcementWorcester is one of six communities that just spiked into the high-risk red zone on the state’s color-coded map of virus rates.
'Don't Do It!': Schools Cancel In-Person Classes After Weekend PartiesSeveral schools have canceled in-person learning after students attended large gatherings this weekend.
Gov. Baker Extends Outdoor Dining Season In Mass.Governor Charlie Baker says he’s signing an executive order to extend the period restaurants are permitted to use sidewalks and driveways as patios.
Bomb-Making Materials Found In Worcester Building During Police SearchInvestigators stopped the search at 85 Harding Street, and evacuated the building when they found what looked like bomb-making materials in the apartment.