The Revs topped Atlanta United FC 2-1 on Saturday at Gillette Stadium.
WBZ News Update For October 25, 2021WBZ-TV's David Wade and Eric Fisher have your latest news and weather.
Concord-Carlisle High School Teacher Accused Of Using Racist Slur Put On LeaveA teacher at Concord-Carlisle High School has been placed on leave for allegedly using a racist slur while coaching football in Newton.
Business Is Booming For Needham Woman Who Opened Luxury Chocolate Shop During PandemicLiron Gal is fulfilling about 1,000 orders a week. WBZ-TV's Rachel Holt reports.
WBZ Evening Forecase For October 25Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.
Boston Driver Says He Was 'Terrorized' By 20 To 30 Teens On BicyclesWBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
Tents Still At 'Mass And Cass' Homeless Encampments Despite Signs Promising To Clean Up MondayOn Monday, city workers went tent-to-tent on Melnea Cass Boulevard and Massachusetts Ave., distributing containers, and encouraging people to clean up. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Bill Would Give Up To $2,000 Bonuses To Essential Workers Who Worked In-Person During PandemicEligible recipients would also need to have a household income that's at or below 300% of the federal poverty level.
Coastal Massachusetts Readies For Potential Power Outages During Nor'easterWBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Harry Styles Fans Wait In Line For Hours To Snag Tickets To TD Garden ConcertThe rain and cold didn't keep Harry Styles fans away.
I-Team Call For Action Helps Cape Couple Get $15,000 Refund For Canceled CruiseAccording to the couple, Vantage Travel agreed to fully refund the $15,044 they spent to book the trip. But months went by with no refund. WBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
Gov. Baker Signs Student Nutrition Bill Into LawThe bill makes sure kids have equal access to meals during school and will support students and their families.
Winter Arrives On New Hampshire's Kancamagus HighwayIt may be raining in Massachusetts on Monday. But a few hours north the flakes were flying to start the week.
Melrose Seeks To 'Deemphasize' Halloween In Classrooms, Hold 'Inclusive' Fall EventsPublic schools in Melrose are working to "deemphasize" Halloween activities in the classroom this year.
Massachusetts Coastal Communities Brace For Potential Power Outages During Nor'easterWBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Red Sox Taking An 'Unfinished Business' Approach Into OffseasonAlex Cora felt it in the clubhouse after Boston's season-ending loss to the Astros, and he feels it throughout the front office. The Red Sox know they have a lot of work to do this offseason, and they intend on doing whatever it takes to reach their ultimate goal next season.
Adam Buksa Says Revolution Remain Hungry For MLS Cup After Clinching Supporters' ShieldThe New England Revolution won the franchise's first Supporters' Shield over the weekend, meaning the road to the MLS Cup will go through New England. Forward Adam Buksa says the honor is nice, but the team remains focused on the ultimate goal: Winning a championship.
New Memorial In Worcester Honors Firefighters Killed In Line Of DutyWBZ TV's Paul Burton reports.
McDonald's Workers Plan Strike Over Company's Handling Of Sexual HarassmentMcDonald's workers could walk off the job this week.
WBZ News Update For October 25, 2021Paula Ebben and Sarah Wroblewski have your latest news and weather headlines.
Critically Endangered Right Whale Population Drops To An Estimated 336; Lowest In 20 YearsThe critically endangered right whale population continues to shrink, a conservation group said Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Boston Begins Clearing Tents At 'Mass And Cass' Homeless EncampmentsWBZ-TV's Lisa Gresci reports.
WBZ Midday Forecast For October 25Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.
Concord-Carlisle High School Teacher Accused Of Using Racial Slur Put On LeaveWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
‘This Is Absolutely Bonkers,’ Long Lines As Brockton High School Adds Metal Detectors, Bag SearchesWBZ TV's Nick Giovanni reports.