Pediatrician: All Kids With Cold Or Flu Symptoms Should Get Tested For COVID-19As kids return to the classroom, local pediatricians say they are fielding more calls from parents concerned about what to do if their children get sick.
Lumber In Short Supply Due To Coronavirus PandemicFirst, it was toilet paper. Now, lumber is in short supply due to the pandemic.
Dentists See Surge Of Tooth Problems Amid Coronavirus Pandemic Dr. Sandra Cove said her best guess is that all of these issues are related to stress and lifestyle habits linked to the pandemic.
Police Officers Pair With Mental Health Clinicians In Franklin To Prevent TragedyFranklin Police are using a program aimed at deescalating calls involving individuals with mental health conditions.
Hospitals In Massachusetts Plan For More Covid-19 Cases In Fall, WinterThis time, hospital personnel hope to treat the novel coronavirus without cancelling elective procedures for other patients if they have enough staff.
About 20% Of All Massachusetts Restaurants Have Closed For Good Due To Pandemic, Association SaysWinter could bring even more closures, the Massachusetts Restaurant Association said.
Cape Cod Business Owners Hope To Extend Summer Season Through OctoberMany Cape Cod businesses are hoping to finish out the summer season strong after a stunted beginning due to the pandemic.
Some Massachusetts Cities, Towns Having Mail-In Voting IssuesA handful of Massachusetts cities and towns are dealing with mail in voting issues, with one week before the September 1 Primary.
'Downside Is Zero': Doctor Who Nearly Died From COVID-19 Credits Convalescent Plasma For RecoveryA UMass Memorial doctor who nearly died from the coronavirus is crediting convalescent plasma with saving his life.
Boston Public School Bus Monitors Left In Financial LimboBoston school bus monitors have not been paid since June, but don’t qualify for unemployment.
Salisbury Arcade Pushes To Reopen With Proper Coronavirus PrecautionsCo-owners Dan and Fred Abdulla spent roughly $30,000 on COVID-19 safety measures in preparation for reopening in Phase 3.
Renewed Calls To Examine 2011 Police Shooting That Killed Eurie Stamps In FraminghamEurie Stamps Sr. was shot and killed during a SWAT team raid in 2011.
Boston Concerned About Spread Of Coronavirus With Return Of Off-Campus StudentsSome colleges promised to quarantine on-campus students if they test positive, but only asked their off-campus students to quarantine in their apartments.
Diverse School Districts Weigh Challenges As They Discuss Fall Learning PlansMany large school districts are weighing the pros and cons of reopening in the fall and finding that all plans have their challenges.
Worcester Man Recovering From Covid-19 After 65 Days In ICUA Worcester man is finally home after spending more than two months in UMass Memorial Hospital battling covid-19.