July 4th Celebration Causes Fireworks Among North Brookfield Town OfficialsWhether or not to hold the town's July 4th festivities became a heated debate in North Brookfield.
Groveland Police Investigate 'Extremely Upsetting' Incident Where Woman Was FollowedThe woman said she was followed by a man in his car for almost five minutes before she pulled over.
Lasting Impact: Some Retailers, Restaurants Won't Reopen After CoronavirusAccording to the Massachusetts Restaurant Association, about 20% of the state’s restaurants will not reopen.
'It's Been Forever': Restaurants, Nail Salons Open During Phase 2, Step 2People sat inside restaurants Monday for the first time in more than three months.
Indoor Dining To Resume, Nail Salons And Spas To Reopen MondayStep 2 of Phase 2 in the reopening process means the return of services at nail salons and spas, along with indoor dining at restaurants.
Businesses Make Adjustments To Prepare For Second Part Of Phase Two OpeningsNail salons and day spas are set to reopen during part two of Phase Two, which could start as early as next week.
Boston Pride Shows Solidarity With Black Lives Matter By Shifting Focus This JuneBoston Pride is shifting focus this June, which would normally be Pride month, to focus on Black Lives Matter causes.
Framingham Students Call For Removal Of School Resource OfficersFramingham High School students past and present are raising questions about whether or not resource officers are needed in the city’s schools.
Boston City Councilors Push For Changes In Police DepartmentPolice funding was a topic discussed all day Tuesday in and around City Hall Plaza.
Summer Camps Prepare To Reopen Under Strict New GuidelinesCamp will look a lot different this summer because of new guidelines to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Social Media Post Listing Boston Black-Owned Businesses Brings In New CustomersA long list of black-owned businesses in Boston is being shared on social media.
Racial Inequality Protests In Waltham, Woburn Bring Out Several GenerationsSeveral communities around the state held peaceful protests and rallies Thursday in response to the death of George Floyd.
Boston Businesses Board Up Windows Ahead Of ProtestsSmall business owners and people in the community are hoping for a peaceful night.
Attorney: Holyoke Soldiers' Home Superintendent Kept State Informed About CoronavirusA lawyer representing the suspended superintendent at the Holyoke Soldiers' Home said his client did what he was supposed to during the coronavirus outbreak.
Construction Companies In Boston Submit COVID-19 Safety Plans, Eager To Begin WorkMayor Walsh said the city had already received nearly 2,300 construction safety plans.