Indoor Mask Mandate Begins In Provincetown Due To COVID ClusterAt indoor bars, restaurants, dance floors, and performance venues, masks are now required in Provincetown.
Provincetown Advisory Recommends Face Masks Indoors; 132 Cases Linked To COVID ClusterThirty-two businesses in Provincetown have cases associated with the cluster.
'It Was So Easy': VaxBus Delivers COVID-19 Shots To MiddleboroThe state's VaxBus came to Middleboro to deliver Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccines.
Provincetown Monitoring Breakthrough COVID Infections; 'Inevitable That Cases Will Continue To Pop Up'A popular summer destination on Cape Cod is reporting some "breakthrough" COVID cases.
'He Doesn't Have Any Ill Will': Father Of Rise Of The Moors Co-Founder Reacts To I-95 StandoffThe last time Steven Latimer saw his son, Jamhal Latimer was livestreaming from the side of Interstate 95 in Wakefield in full tactical gear.
Ashland Police Lieutenant Promoted To Acting Chief Despite Past Domestic Abuse AllegationsWBZ's I-Team has learned that Ashland's town manager promoted police lieutenant Richard Briggs despite knowledge of two domestic incidents in Briggs' past.
Experts Warn Delta Variant Could Make Unvaccinated Communities 'Look Like Last Winter'There have been 175 cases of the variant in Massachusetts.
As Boston Offices Become Busier, Workers Want FlexibilityMost companies are not rushing to return to the way things used to be.
Massachusetts State House Remains Closed To Public Weeks After COVID Restrictions LiftedThe Massachusetts State House remains closed to the public more than two weeks after Governor Charlie Baker lifted all COVID-19 restrictions.
I-Team: Female Officers Allege Harassment, Discrimination Within Revere Police DepartmentTwo female Revere Police officers have filed lawsuits claiming harassment came from high-ranking officers.
Residents Await Relief From Heat After State Clarifies Law Regarding AC In Public HousingThe Massachusetts Department of Public Health said the law does not prevent owners from turning on the AC.
'Sitting On A Time Bomb': Cambridge Housing Authority Residents Sound Alarms About Lack Of ACSome Cambridge Housing Authority residents say the temperature in their apartments is in the 80s and 90s and the air conditioning will not be turned on until June 15.
As Massachusetts Reopens, COVID-19 Continues To Spread Among The UnvaccinatedJust days before Massachusetts dropped all COVID-19 restrictions, Martha's Vineyard reported a small coronavirus surge of sorts that started earlier in the spring.
Boston Tourist Attractions Welcome Visitors At Fully Capacity Despite Gloomy WeatherBoston Harbor Cruises set sail with hundreds of people aboard, despite gloomy weather conditions.
Large Capacity Venues Prepare For COVID Restrictions To End In MassachusettsNot all businesses are rushing to completely reopen when COVID-19 restrictions are dropped.