Salem Restaurant Manager Attacked After Dispute Over TipSurveillance video inside Koto Grill and Sushi shows the moment the owner said she was attacked by an upset customer.
Doctor: NFL Players Exposed To Coronavirus Should Quarantine 14 DaysDr. Mark Siedner of Mass. General Hospital says these outbreaks are almost inevitable because of the nature of the sport.
Despite Slow Reopening, Somerville Joins Coronavirus 'Red Zone'Despite the slowest reopening in the state, the city of Somerville was declared a COVID-19 “red zone” on the state’s map that tracks virus spread Wednesday night.
North Andover Asks Baker To Reconsider Coronavirus 'Red Zone' After College OutbreakThe town currently has 16 active cases of COVID-19 in residents, but is in the “red zone” because of an outbreak at Merrimack College.
Tyngsboro Schools Believe Internet Outage Is Result Of CyberattackStudents in Tyngsboro have been halted from online learning because of internet outages at the high school and middle school.
'Devastating And Terrifying': Families Of Special Needs Students Fear Boston Will Cancel In Person LearningThe union is demanding Boston Public Schools switch back to all-remote learning, citing safety concerns for teachers.
'I Wasn’t Necessarily Surprised': Mass. Voters React To President Trump’s DiagnosisAs news of President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis spread throughout the country, many voters wondered what impact it will have on the election.
Hundreds March In Boston Demanding Justice For Breonna TaylorA group of hundreds marched through Boston’s streets as protests around the country flared up again to demand justice for Breonna Taylor.
1 Man Dead, Another Seriously Injured In Charlestown ShootingOne man is dead and another is seriously injured after a shooting in Charlestown.
With In-Person Learning, Massachusetts Catholic Schools See Surge In EnrollmentThe Archdiocese of Boston has seen a nearly 15 percent increase in enrollment, with almost 4,000 new students joining Catholic schools.
Boston Parents, Teachers Push For More In Person Learning For Special Ed StudentsParents and teachers rallied for more in-person learning for students considered "high need."
Windham, NH High School Goes Remote, Sports Suspended After Students Contract COVID-19All sports have been suspended and the school is moving to remote learning for the rest of the week after students tested positive for Covid-19.
Middleton School Committee Votes To Send Students Back Full TimeThe decision breaks from much of Massachusetts, and from Topsfield and Boxford, the two other schools in the Tri-Town School District with Middleton.
Worcester Votes To Start School Year With Remote LearningThe Worcester Public Schools system will start the 2020-2021 school year with full remote learning, after a school committee vote Thursday night.
75 Firefighters Called To Quincy House FireDue to the extreme heat Monday, 75 firefighters responded to a house fire in Quincy.