812 Boston City Employees Placed On Unpaid Leave Over Vaccine MandateMore than 800 Boston city employees have been placed on unpaid leave for not complying with the city’s COVID-19 mandate, the city said Tuesday night.
Marlboro Hospital Increases COVID-19 Testing To Meet Growing DemandMarlboro Hospital has increased its free, drive-thru COVID-19 testing to meet a growing demand.
Red Line Service Resumes Day After Train Derails At Broadway MBTA StationRegular Red Line service resumed Wednesday morning with a speed restriction between South Station and Broadway, a day after a train derailed at the Broadway MBTA station in Boston.
Boston Mayoral Candidates Make Final Push For Votes Before Tuesday's Preliminary ElectionVoters will choose two candidates from the field of five to determine who faces off in the election on November 2.
Boston Hotels Continue To Suffer From Pandemic LossesHotels around Boston continue to claw back from the first blows of the pandemic that crippled the hospitality industry.
Brockton Health Provider Cautiously Optimistic That Pfizer Vaccine Approval Will Increase VaccinationsIn Brockton, 57% of the vaccine-eligible population is fully vaccinated.
Power Crews Hope To Restore Electricity In Rhode Island Before Heat Returns TuesdayCrews got to work right away in Hopkinton, Rhode Island where about 30 roads were blocked by downed trees or power lines.
As Tropical Storm Henri Approaches, Marion Residents Remember Damage From Hurricane BobIt may have been 30 years ago, but residents of the South Coast still have images of Hurricane Bob seared in their minds.
Locals Who Served In Afghanistan Worried About Allies After Taliban TakeoverJohn Velis is now channeling his emotions into action by advocating on behalf of Afghan interpreters who helped the U.S. Military.
COVID Delta Variant Upends Return To Office PlansSome local companies are pushing back their return to office dates or otherwise altering their plans.
Fully Vaccinated Couple Tests Positive For COVID Days Before Wedding CelebrationThe pandemic forced an Ashburnham couple to get married in a backyard last year and have had to postpone their celebration several times.
Large Outdoor Events Like Concerts Remain Safe Despite COVID Concerns, Experts SayConcerts are returning to places such as Fenway Park as health officials warn of concerns surrounding the COVID Delta variant.
Wife Of New Bedford Police Sergeant Who Died From COVID-19 Fights For BenefitsCurrently, first responders only receive the benefit if they die from a violent act or accident related to work.
'The Surge Seems To Be Happening': COVID-19 Hospitalizations Spike In WorcesterThe four hospitals in the UMass Memorial System have seen a sharp increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations in the last few weeks.
Indoor Mask Mandate Begins In Provincetown Due To COVID ClusterAt indoor bars, restaurants, dance floors, and performance venues, masks are now required in Provincetown.