CDC Director Issues Warning As Mass. Businesses Prepare To ReopenThe Director of the Centers for Disease Control cautioned against relaxing coronavirus restrictions one day after Governor Baker announced Massachusetts would ease capacity restrictions.
State To Provide Vaccine Education, Outreach, $1M To COVID Hot SpotsThe top 20 cities and towns in the state hardest hit by the coronavirus will be the focus of a new Department of Public Health vaccine outreach initiative.
Worcester Wants COVID-19 Vaccine Supersite In Central MassachusettsCity Officials are hopeful that the state will approve a super vaccination site location in Worcester.
Boston University Returns To In-Person Classes Despite Concerns About COVID-19Students at Boston University returned to in-person classes on Monday, despite concerns from some professors.
Protests Against Police Brutality Held On MLK Day In BostonTwo protests against police brutality were held in Boston on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Churches Offering Remote Services, Preregistration For Christmas MassMany area churches are making significant preparations to safely celebrate Christmas services during the current COVID-19 surge.
Frontline Workers Complain Of Chaotic Vaccine Rollout At Mass General BrighamA week after the first rollout of a COVID-19 vaccine in Massachusetts, some frontline workers are sounding off about what they call a chaotic process.
'We Are Slammed': USPS Faces Historic Number Of Packages, Causing DelaysA historic number of packages are threatening to overwhelm the U.S. Postal Service less than two weeks before Christmas.
Cambridge Girl’s Tragic Death Leads To Thanksgiving Organ Donation For 6 PeopleMarla’s life ended suddenly a week before Thanksgiving but her legacy continues.
'We're All Scared': COVID Pandemic Changing How Movie Theater Industry OperatesWarner Bros. plans to stream new movies is the latest blow to the theater industry which has been crippled by the pandemic.
Discounts Drop Before Black Friday To Spread Out Holiday ShoppingMany retailers are dropping holiday deals days before the traditional Black Friday rush.
Boston Needs Help With Methadone Mile Crisis: 'They’re Pouring In From Everywhere'It's has been the epicenter of the city’s opioid crisis but locals, like Sue Sullivan, said COVID-19 has made things much worse.
Covid-19 Death Rate Has Fallen, But Experts Caution Virus Is Not MilderThe Centers for Disease Control says the death rate from COVID-19 has dropped to roughly .65 percent from 2 or 3 percent earlier in the pandemic.
Franklin Police, SWAT Showed 'Incredible Restraint' Taking Armed Man Into CustodyPolice said they were able to take the man into custody after using rubber pellets, a taser, and a police dog.
'Slapped In The Face': Woman Who Lost Father To Covid-19 Insulted By Trump’s CommentsA Lowell woman who lost her father to the coronavirus says she is insulted by the President’s comments about it.