Dorchester Juneteenth Celebration Aims To Spread AwarenessHundreds gathered at Town Field in Dorchester to celebrate Juneteenth and a Black Lives Matter Rally through speeches, poetry reading, and exhibits.
Daughter Of Nurse Killed By COVID-19 Works To Fulfill Mother's DreamsThe 22-year-old said her mother was adamant that her three children graduate from college.
Coronavirus Reopening: Massachusetts Residents Excited To Resume Outdoor ActivitiesResidents around the state are excited to be spending more time outside after months staying at home.
'I Lost An Old Friend:' Bedford VA Resident Remembers Man Found Dead At The HospitalRichard Hiort is heartbroken over the loss of his friend at the Bedford VA Hospital.
Boston Restaurant Owner Thrilled To Open Patio Space For The First Time In MonthsAfter being shut down for more than three months delicious plates are moving, registers are ringing and patrons are happy.
Day Care Owner Calls Phase Two Reopening Regulations 'Unrealistic'Erin Bradley runs Peas in a Pod Nursery School in Saugus. She said the guidelines designed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus are tough to operate under. 
'A Long Time Coming:' Businesses Eager And Ready To Reopen For Phase Two On MondayBusiness owners excited to reopen are putting the finishing touches on their stores and restaurants. On Saturday, Gov. Charlie Baker announced that Phase Two of the state’s reopening process will begin on Monday.
Clergy Members Urge For Peaceful Protests To Lift The Memory Of George FloydPastors, ministers, and bishops from all over the state sang and prayed throughout a peaceful one-mile march on Sunday.
Mass. Churches Allowed To Hold In-Person Sunday Service For First Time Since MarchThis is the first Sunday since March that churches and other places of worship across Massachusetts can hold in-person services.
Sandwich Man Recovers From Coronavirus While Fighting LeukemiaA Sandwich man is recovering from coronavirus and leukemia. Saturday, his family celebrated.
Former Boston Medical Center Nurse Dies From COVID-19 In Her Own HospitalZoila Weddborn worked at Boston Medical Center for 40 years. Earlier this month, she died from COVID-19 there.