Baker Warns Of 'Significant Increase' In Coronavirus Cases Among Younger PeopleMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker warned residents that in recent weeks, there has been a “significant increase” in the number of people under 30 years old who are testing positive for coronavirus.
Massachusetts Schools To Get 2 Million Rapid Coronavirus TestsThe federal government is sending more than two million rapid coronavirus tests to help Massachusetts schools.
Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today's DevelopmentsThe latest developments concerning coronavirus in Massachusetts, updated throughout the day.
High School Parties Force Towns To Focus On Contact Tracing, Remote LearningDespite rumors of out-of-school gatherings among Billerica Memorial High School, the district decided to keep its hybrid learning model for the near future.
Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive In Desperate Need Of Help This SeasonMajor Wendy Kountz says due to COVID-19, shoppers will hear less bell ringing this year.
Massachusetts Hospitals Prepare For Possible Second Coronavirus SurgeSome Massachusetts hospitals are already seeing an increase in coronavirus patients.
Businesses In Several 'High Risk' Mass. Communities Frustrated By Reopening SetbackSeveral Massachusetts cities and towns are being forced to step back in the coronavirus reopening plan, impacting businesses.
Majority Of Hospitalized Coronavirus Patients Left With Heart Abnormalities, Study FindsAs we get further into the coronavirus pandemic, doctors are learning the coronavirus effects can linger for months.
Coronavirus Latest: Mass. Reports 1,216 New Cases, 17 Additional DeathsMonday marked the third straight day with more than 1,000 cases in Massachusetts after that had not happened since May.
Lawrence Cancels Trick-Or Treating; 'It Would Be Careless To Allow For Public Halloween Events To Take Place'The city of Lawrence is the latest Massachusetts community to ban trick-or-treating on Halloween as coronavirus cases rise.
Massachusetts Sending Another Coronavirus Alert Text To 'High Risk Communities' MondayIt is the same alert people in some cities and towns received one week ago as coronavirus cases continue to rise in the state.
13 Massachusetts Communities Take Step Back In ReopeningThirteen Massachusetts cities and towns have been forced to take a step back in their reopening because of a rise in coronavirus cases.
'Troubling Pattern Of Behavior': Marblehead Shifting To Remote Learning After Students Attend House PartyMarblehead High School is shifting to fully remote learning through at least November 9 after police broke up a house party.
Massachusetts Reports 1,097 New Coronavirus Cases, 24 Additional DeathsThe Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported 1,097 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 24 additional deaths in the state on Sunday.
Patrons At 3 NH Businesses Warned Of Potential Coronavirus ExposureNew Hampshire health officials are advising people who went to several establishments across the state to get tested for the coronavirus due to possible exposure.