Demand For RVs High As Millions Of Americans Make Travel Plans During CoronavirusAAA reports that millions of Americans are hitting the roads this summer, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Mass. Public Arrest Information Has Been Missing Despite 2018 Law Requiring ItPublic arrest data has not been posted on the website of Massachusetts’ Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, as required by law.
New Executive Order On Work Visas Could Impact Cape Cod BusinessesA new Executive Order signed by President Trump restricting visas for temporary foreign workers may hurt some Cape Cod restaurants.
70-Year-Old Man Says He Felt Pressured To Return To Job At NH State Liquor StoreA 70-year-old New Hampshire man said he felt pressured to return to work at a state liquor store despite his age and pre-existing conditions.
MIT Study: Race An Important Factor In Determining Who Dies From Covid-19A new study finds that race may be just as important in determining if someone will die from the coronavirus as age and preexisting conditions.
'We're Being Vilified': Police Chiefs Call For More Conversation In Wake Of ProtestsWe turned to seven high-ranking police officers in Massachusetts and New Hampshire to ask them how they feel about this moment in history.
Methuen Police Officer Investigated After Pulling Over Man At GunpointAn independent investigator is now looking into a March incident when a Methuen Police Lieutenant pulled over a car at gunpoint.
'I'm Black Before I Am Blue': Boston Sgt. Reflects On Being Black And A Police OfficerBoston Police Sergeant Eddy Chrispin finds himself in a double universe: Black officer on the clock, black man always.
'I Found My People': Online Support Groups Help People Isolated With CoronavirusA pair of women battling coronavirus infection are among those who turned to social media groups for support while they recover.
Standing In Solidarity: New Bedford, Worcester Police Take A Knee With ProtestersAccording to New Bedford Police Chief Joseph Cordero, these actions need to continue to build trust with the community.
Will Protests Fuel A Coronavirus Resurgence? Infectious Disease Expert Says It CouldAn Infectious disease expert is warning that protests to the police killing of George Floyd may cause a new wave of coronavirus cases.
Boston Women Pivot New Business To Help Female Healthcare Workers In PandemicThe inspiration for Robina Verbeek and Susanna Twarog’s business came from an ill-fated bathroom run.
Rowley Nursing Home Refusing State's Request To Test All Residents And Staff For CoronavirusA skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in Rowley is refusing the state’s request to test all of its residents and staff for COVID-19.
Mansfield Field Of Flags Pops Up In Time For Memorial DayThe Mansfield Field of Honor recognizes the brave actions of veterans and first-responders.
What Would An Infectious Disease Expert Do? Doctors Discuss Their Comfort Level During ReopeningBoth experts said they would be willing to go to a hair salon or barbershop that followed state guidelines on social distancing and limiting customers.