Teachers, Students Willing To Wear Masks For In-Person LearningParents will have to make sure kids are equipped with masks at the start of the school day.
23-Year-Old Woman Shot, Killed In Lowell A 23-year-old Boston woman was shot and killed in Lowell Tuesday afternoon.
'She Was A Force For Good': Community, Family Remembers Braintree Murder VictimOne thousand candles lit up French's Common next to Braintree Town Hall Monday night, to remember the life of beloved school nurse Laurie Melchionda.
Officials Warn Of Child Drowning Risk As Families Spend More Time At HomeOfficials are warning about pool safety after two young children nearly drowned in Middlesex County in one week.
Families Of Men Killed By Boston Police Ask Prosecutors To Reopen CasesThree weeks into protests nationwide and locally over the death of George Floyd, a protest starting in Government Square instead focused on officer-involved shootings in Boston.
Outdoor Dining On Hanover Street 'A Godsend' For North End RestaurantsThe city eliminated parking on Hanover Street to allow for outdoor dining.
Somerville Dining Patios Not Yet Open, Restaurants Wait For License Approval From CitySomerville is requiring restaurants to resubmit a patio plan to amend their license and prove they can safely operate in the age of COVID-19.
Bridal Stores Say Phase 2 Coronavirus Rules Will Force Them To Stay ClosedBridal stores fear potential customers will go to neighboring states due to strict coronavirus guidelines.
Peaceful Protest In Jamaica Plain Ends With Call To ActionA planned silent vigil in Jamaica Plain extended for an extra hour as protesters marched to the District E-13 Boston Police Headquarters and peacefully discussed action for the future.
National Guard, Police Patrol Boston Streets After Sunday Night RiotsThere was heightened security in Boston after a night of riots and looting.
Boston Marathon Runners Understanding, But Disappointed Race Is CanceledRunners have trained for the 2020 Boston Marathon not once, but twice.