'Rolling With The Punches': Burncoat Middle School In Worcester Releases Students Early Monday Due To HeatStudents will be sent home three hours early on both Monday and Tuesday because of the heat.
Uxbridge School Begins Construction On Gym Named After Grace Rett, Holy Cross Rower Killed In CrashThe G.R.A.C.E. Center at Our Lady Of The Valley Regional School honors Uxbridge athlete and Holy Cross rower Grace Rett who died last year.
Melrose Kicks Off 'Earth Week', Celebrating 10 Years As A Green CommunityMelrose, a community that has long prioritized the environment, is celebrating Earth Day for an entire week.
It's Time To 'Move On' From Outdoor Mask Mandates, Infectious Disease Doctor SaysAs the weather gets warmer, some experts say it may be time to drop those outdoor mask mandates.
'Something To Be Aware Of': Mass. Residents Keep An Eye On Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine PauseCVS is among the facilities that has paused all Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine doses so the FDA and CDC can investigate six cases of a “rare and severe” type of blood clot in women.
'Taking Advantage Of The Pandemic': Furloughed Hotel Workers Picket In BostonLocal 26 President Carlos Aramayo said the hotel industry is taking advantage of the pandemic.
Gillette Stadium Opens As State's First Mass COVID Vaccination Site For First RespondersGillette Stadium officially opened on Monday as the first mass vaccination site for first responders and healthcare workers in Massachusetts.
'Real Risk' For Coronavirus Outbreak On Patriots Road Trip, Despite Negative TestsFor Patriots players and coaches, the road trip to play the Chiefs doesn’t come without risk of a potential coronavirus outbreak.
'Best Of Both Worlds': Runners Embrace Making Virtual Boston Marathon Their OwnThousands of runners are not letting the coronavirus pandemic stop their marathon dreams.
February Football? Massachusetts Establishes Fall High School Sports GuidelinesThe MIAA will allow low and moderate-risk sports to play with modifications during the fall season.
Gloucester's Charter Fishing Boats In Uncharted Territory With Social Distancing"Wicked Tuna" may be a hit show, but Captain Dave Marciano is struggling financially along with many other fisherman as the quarantine continues.
'We Can Avoid A Major Second Wave' With Slow Reopening, Emergency Preparedness Researcher SaysA Harvard doctor says he's "cautiously hopeful" that there will not be a significant second wave of the virus in Massachusetts.
1,000 'Socially Distant' Flags Placed On Boston Common For Memorial DayVolunteers worked through the night to make a scaled down display on Boston Common after initially canceling the annual tribute.
Parents Teaching Children At Home Learn How To Take Lessons OutsideA Massachusetts-based company is attempting to show parents, who are now having to substitute as teachers for their children, how to make the most of a moment outside.
Cambridge Research Institute Creates Plan To Test Reopening The WorkplaceTheir experiment could reportedly start within a few weeks and run as long as five months.