Can Your Employer Require You To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine?Three legal analysts who spoke to WBZ said employers likely have the right to require vaccines.
'Error' Allows Dozens Of Ineligible People To Get COVID Vaccines In DorchesterDozens of people were able to show up to Russell Auditorium and get a first shot despite not being eligible for the vaccine by the state’s current requirements.
'We Don't Know What’s Causing It': Northeast, Michigan Contributing To Rising US COVID CasesA concerning contributor to the national rise in cases comes from Michigan and the entire Northeast.
Ed Davis: Kill Switch In Every Police Cruiser 'Would Be A Good Thing'A Rockland police officer left his cruiser unlocked with the keys inside as he responded to a call.
'What We Expect To See': Nearly Half Of COVID-19 Cases In Massachusetts Are People Under 30In Massachusetts, nearly half of all active COVID-19 cases are in people under age 30.
Doctors Concerned As COVID Cases Plateau In MassachusettsDoctors say there is a risk that infection trends could change course if vaccination rates don’t pick up, and soon.
'It's About Time': Mass. Grocery Workers Relieved To Be Eligible For COVID Vaccine Starting Next WeekGrocery workers, who have fought for eligibility for weeks, will have access to the COVID vaccine starting Monday.
Irish Pubs Prepare For COVID-Safe St. Patrick’s Day In MassachusettsThe state will be enforcing not only alcohol rules, but COVID-19 safety rules as well.
Despite Rocky Rollout, Massachusetts Is Nationwide Leader In Vaccine AdministrationAs of March 15 in Massachusetts, more than 914,000 people had been fully vaccinated.
'Like The Hunger Games': Western Mass. Residents Feel Abandoned By New COVID Vaccine Sign UpThe new system only signs people up for appointments at seven mass vaccination sites, the furthest west of which is in Springfield.
COVID Restrictions: Singing Prohibited At Indoor Live Music Performances In MassachusettsSinging during live musical performances is prohibited in Massachusetts to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Reopening Of Wedding Industry Welcome News For Business, Brides And GroomsGov. Baker announced that starting March 22, indoor weddings of 100 people and outdoor weddings of 150 people -- with a dance floor -- will be allowed in Massachusetts.
'A Huge Mystery': Peabody Officials Investigate 'Booms' Felt By Hundreds Of ResidentsTwo to three large “booms” were felt by hundreds of residents just before noon Tuesday.
New Wave Of Mass. Students Return To In-Person Learning Following February VacationBrockton will welcome back 700 high-needs students for in person learning in a hybrid model, with plans to bring even more students back next week.
Massachusetts Museums, Activities Sell Out Amid Capacity LimitsSince museums were allowed to reopen just recently after a couple months of closures due to COVID-19 restrictions, they’ve been booked.