Barre Man Allegedly Shot Landlord To Death, Then Called 911 To Report He 'Had Just Killed Another Man'The man charged with murder lived in a small house on the grounds.
'What Happens If One Of Us Gets Sick?' Students And Parents Air Concerns About School SafetyA group of students and parents is worried about the air inside of school buildings and how poor circulation could help spread the coronavirus.
EEE And Covid-19 Restrictions Complicate Outdoor Dining, ActivitiesThe Massachusetts Department of Public Health raised the EEE risk level in several towns.
Mass. Political Leaders Accuse Postmaster General Of Jeopardizing Mail-In VotesPostal workers in Boston and Shrewsbury have reported cuts in overtime, and the removal of high-speed mail sorting machines from facilities, just as mail-in ballots start to move through the mail.
Post Office Cutbacks Fuel Concerns Over Mail-In BallotsConcerns are growing over mail-in voting, as U.S. Postal workers say mail is piling up in facilities because of cutbacks ordered by the Postmaster General.
Opinions Clash Over Reopening Schools In Communities With Low Coronavirus RatesA parents’ group called “Bring Kids Back Massachusetts” gathered on the steps of the State House to push for schools to open their doors to students in the fall.
Gov. Charlie Baker's New Coronavirus Restrictions Are Especially Focused On High Risk CitiesGovernor Charlie Baker says his team is helping 33 cities and towns in the moderate to high risk zone enforce his new COVID-19 restrictions.
Mask Mandate Begins In Everett, Violators Could Be Fined $300Everett Police, the Health Department, and Inspectional Services are tasked with enforcing the new law.
Tropical Storm Isaias Downs Trees, Knocks Out Power To 220,000 In Mass.Strong winds from Tropical Storm Isaias knocked down trees and power lines across Massachusetts Tuesday afternoon.
Restaurants Face Temporary Closures After Employees Test Positive For COVID-19At least three employees of a popular Whitman ice cream stand have tested positive for coronavirus.
Red Sox Superfan To Watch Opener From Home For First Time In DecadesLynne Smith and her husband have been to every Fenway Park opener for more than 30 years.
I-Team: Marlboro Entertainment Complex Accused Of Violating Coronavirus GuidelinesA popular entertainment complex in Marlboro is facing some steep fines for keeping its gaming machines running.
'We Feel Gobsmacked': State Of Emergency Is One-Two Punch For Norwood Hospital WorkersFrontline workers who cared for coronavirus patients are now dealing with damaging flooding at Norwood Hospital.
Chelsea School Board Hopes State Will Provide Money Promised Pre-PandemicOn Tuesday, Gov. Charlie Baker said it’s impossible to know how much money will be available to fulfill promises made in an education bill last fall.
Hundreds March To Divert Police Funding, While Boston City Councilors Debate BudgetHundreds marched for more than three miles in the heat from the Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury to the State House on Beacon Hill, urging lawmakers not to direct more money to law enforcement.