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Sagging Utility Lines Over Route 1 In Peabody Force Emergency Lane ClosuresWBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
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I-Team: Boston Police Officers Taken Off Patrol To Guard Marty Walsh's HouseThe WBZ I-Team has learned Boston Police officers are being taken off patrol in Dorchester to guard former Mayor Marty Walsh’s house. WBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
New CDC Mask Guidelines Could Prove Challenging For BusinessesThe new CDC guidelines are giving people more confidence to go out, but it could prove to be challenging for businesses. WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
'We Can Feel Comfortable' Returning To Normal Once Vaccinated, Epidemiologist SaysSome local epidemiologists were surprised -- yet pleased -- with the CDC’s announcement that fully vaccinated people are safe to drop their masks. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
'Almost Back To Normal': Traffic Volume Has Increased Dramatically In Boston AreaIf you’ve been on the roads lately, you’ve likely noticed traffic has made its return to the Boston area. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Parents Of Young Kids Eager To Socialize As Vaccinations IncreaseThe loosened mask guidance is encouraging news for fully vaccinated people, but there is still a lot for parents of young children to consider. WBZ-TV's Juli McDonald reports.
6 Mass. Communities Considered High-Risk For COVID-19The number of Massachusetts cities and towns considered high risk for COVID-19 has dropped to 6.
9 Wounded In Providence ShootingNine people have been wounded in a shooting between two groups of people in Providence, RI.
US Government Puts 2 Rhode Island Lighthouses On The MarketThis is not your typical property listing.
WBZ Evening News Update For May 13State keeps mask order in place despite CDC easing mask guidance outdoors & indoors; Massachusetts Shaws & Star Market locations to remove one-way aisles; Massachusetts Shaw’s & Star Market locations to remove one-way aisles; Latest forecast.
Harvard-Bound Senior Goes Viral On TikTok After Sharing Emotional Admissions EssayAbigail Mack, a Cardinal Spellman High School valedictorian, shared a personal essay on TikTok about the loss of her mother that has garnered over 17 million views. WBZ-TV's Rachel Holt reports.
Gov. Baker: COVID-19 Mask Order Remains In PlaceGov Charlie Baker said his administration welcomes the new CDC guidance, but the current mask order remains in place.
Shaw's And Star Market Removing One-Way Aisle Markers At Massachusetts StoresShoppers at Shaw's and Star Market will no longer have to follow arrows when they go down certain aisles.
Vaccination Clinics Across Massachusetts Open Doors To Children 12-15Clinics across the state started vaccinating children age 12 to 15 Thursday. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Leominster Video Store Owner Accused Of Hiring Shoplifters, Selling Stolen Items OnlineWBZ-TV's Beth Germano reports.
National Nurses Week: Roni-Ann RoseRoni-Ann Rose is a registered nurse at Signature Healthcare Hospital in Brockton and has been on the frontline of the pandemic since day one.
'Be The Sunshine': Andover Students Write Messages In Memory Of Teacher Tia PittounicosBancroft Elementary students honored Tia Pittounicos, a third-grade teacher who unexpectedly passed away last February, by writing messages outside the school.
Brockton High School Students Return To In-Person Classes Full-Time On May 17WBZ-TV's Bill Shields reports.
Dr. Mallika Marshall: Questions Remain After CDC Relaxes COVID Mask GuidanceDr. Mallika Marshall discusses the new CDC guidance regarding masks.
CDC: Fully Vaccinated People Can Go Without Masks Indoors And OutdoorsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is easing indoor mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
CDC Expected To Ease Indoor Mask Guidance For Fully Vaccinated PeopleAccording to the Associated Press, the CDC is easing indoor mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people, allowing them to safely stop wearing masks inside in most places.

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