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  • car into building Jul 28

    Car Crashes Into Medford Nail Salon

    Crews are cleaning up a mess in Medford, Massachusetts, where police say the driver of a car smashed into several vehicles before going through the front of a nail salon Tuesday morning. The incident happened at about 10:30 a.m. in a parking lot on Middlesex Avenue. Police said a driver struck five cars and then the Bellagio Nails & Spa….

  • coronavirus in massachusetts Jul 26

    Gov. Baker, Mike Pence Meet on Nantucket to Discuss Coronavirus Response

    Vice President Mike Pence met briefly Saturday with Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker to discuss the response to the coronavirus pandemic while he visited the famous island getaway of Nantucket to headline a $25,000-ticket fundraiser for President Donald Trump administration’s reelection campaign. Pence, who heads the White House’s Coronavirus Task Force, praised Baker’s efforts to control the spread of COVID-19...

  • takeout cocktails Jul 22

    New To-Go Cocktail Law Is a Great First Step in Saving Mass. Bars, Owners Say

    Reaction is pouring in now that Massachusetts is officially allowing bars and restaurants to sell cocktails with takeout food orders. While business owners are thrilled, they say they need a lot more relief to survive.   Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signed the bill into law on Monday. It allows any restaurant or a bar with a liquor license to sell…

  • Recreation Jul 14

    Summer Isn't Canceled After All, But the Virus Has Changed Parks and Rec. Routines

    Keeping the kids busy during the coronavirus pandemic has been challenging for parents, but now many parks and recreation programs are back in full swing across Massachusetts and their staffs are working to balance safety and fun.

  • Phase 3 Reopening Jul 6

    Gyms, Movie Theaters Reopen as Phase 3 Begins in Mass.

    Gyms, fitness studios and movie theaters opened with limited capacity, increased cleaning and added restrictions in place Monday as the vast majority of Massachusetts entered Phase 3 of its reopening plan. Museums and outdoor venues are also included in the latest phase, with the number of people allowed to gather increasing to 25 people inside, and up to 100 people…

  • coronavirus in massachusetts Jul 4

    Brides, Grooms Encouraged to Manage Expectations as Weddings Can Resume Monday in Mass.

    As the state moves into Phase 3, weddings can resume in Massachusetts with restrictions. While event planners and venue owners are excited, they are encouraging brides and grooms to manage their expectations.  According to state guidelines, indoor gatherings will be limited to eight people per thousand square feet, but should not include more than 25 people. Outdoor gatherings are limited…

  • police reform Jun 23

    Baker Criticized Over Bonus Provision in Police Reform Bill

    Gov. Charlie Baker visited Boston’s Mattapan neighborhood on Tuesday to celebrate the selection of a minority-owned development firm to build housing on the site of the former Boston State Hospital, but was met with frustration from community members who took issue with an aspect of his policing reform package. Residents specifically took issue with a provision in Baker’s policing...

  • Kowloon Jun 3

    Kowloon Receives Approval for Outdoor Dining, Drive-In Theater

    The popular Kowloon restaurant in Saugus, Massachusetts, has been given the green light to offer car hop service and utilize their parking lot as a drive-in movie theater. The iconic Route 1 landmark hopes to begin offering car hop service next week, in which servers bring food to customers who are seated in parked cars, where they can dine. It…

  • fitness tracker Apr 14

    Could Fitness Tracker Help Detect COVID-19?

    A Boston-based tech company is helping researchers investigate whether or not fitness trackers hold the early clues of a coronavirus infection. The medical study comes after some users reported changes in their metrics days before experiencing symptoms. Those behind the fitness tracker WHOOP, which was founded at Harvard University and is now based in Boston, are partnering with researchers from…

  • Massachusetts Mar 3

    Salem Offering Vape Pen, E-Cigarette Buyback Program for High Schoolers

    High school students in Salem can now get paid to give up vaping. The city’s vape buyback program started Monday and officials hope it will pay off.  The city is offering students $50 gift cards to Target, Market Basket or another local business of their choosing in exchange for vape pens and e-cigarette devices. Students who attend Salem High...

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