Shift In Demographics Could Impact Boston Mayoral RaceWith two female candidates of color facing off for the mayor of Boston, political experts say the dynamics that normally define Boston elections may shift.
Seabrook, NH Double Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 1 In Critical ConditionOne man is dead and another is in critical condition after a shooting at a Seabrook, New Hampshire home.
Crews Work Into The Night To Restore Power In DuxburyWhile work continues, families are trying to make the best of it.
Cape Cod Prepares For Possible Widespread Power Outages During Nor'easterAn impending nor'easter is expected to bring high winds to much of Massachusetts.
Boston Driver Says He Was 'Terrorized' By 20 To 30 Teens On BicyclesCell phone video of the incident, shared with WBZ by the driver, shows roughly 20 bikes around the car.
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.