Your search for "Author: "Kathryn Sotnik"" returned 48 results.
Kathryn Sotnik

Kathryn Sotnik

  • white shark 1 hour ago

    Multiple Shark Sightings Reported in Plymouth, on Cape Cod

    A Pennsylvania family vacationing on Cape Cod had a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The Reigels spotted several sharks Saturday about a quarter mile off the coast of Nauset Beach in Eastham. “We said we wanted to see sharks and we actually saw about five, six great whites,” Lee Ann Reigel said. One shark even came up to the small boat, chartered with…

  • BOSTON Jul 24

    Boston Teachers Raise Concerns About Back to School Plans

    With the start of school in Boston drawing nearer, so is anxiety about what the school year will look like.  In a school committee meeting Wednesday, it was announced Boston schools could possibly reopen under a “hopscotch model” which is a hybrid model, calling for bringing kids back in groups…two days of “in person” learning at school, and three...

  • quincy Jul 21

    78-Year-Old Man Charged With 5th OUI in Deadly Quincy Crash

    A 78-year-old man has been charged with operating under the influence for a fifth time after a crash that left a 72-year-old man dead this weekend in Quincy, Massachusetts. James Bouchie of Quincy was crossing Quincy Avenue around 8:30 p.m. Saturday when a Kia Sportage hit his wheelchair, police said. Bouchie was taken to South Shore Hospital, where he later…

  • hot day Jul 20

    Mass. Residents Find Ways to Beat the Heat Amid Pandemic

    On one of the hottest days of the year across New England, people in Massachusetts found several ways to beat the heat. Parents say they just needed to get their kids out of the house after spending the past four months inside due to the coronavirus pandemic. Beach goers at Wollaston Beach in Quincy attempted to get some relief from…

  • BOSTON Jul 13

    Boston Duck Boat Tours Resume Monday as City Enters Phase 3

    For the first time since November, the Boston duck tour boats will be out again Monday as part of the Phase 3 of the reopening in Boston.  “We’re so excited to get back out there,” said Tad McKitterick of Boston Duck Tours. “I think our role has always been to kind of celebrate the city that we’re so proud...

  • flooding Jun 30

    Flooding Causes Significant Damage at Norwood Hospital, Throughout Town

    The flooding that closed Norwood Hospital caused significant damage across the Massachusetts town Sunday night. New video shows the moments after the flooding began. A worker for a private electric company walks through the hospital to survey damage, and the mess is substantial. Other photos show chairs all moved from the floodwaters, and what appears to be a cafeteria destroyed….

  • Massachusetts beaches Jun 22

    Mass. DCR Beaches Re-Open as Part of Phase 2

    The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation has started beach services again at beaches across the state as part of Phase 2 of the states reopening plan. At Carson Beach in South Boston late Sunday afternoon, beachgoers sunbathed apart from one another and a few people were in the water. It wasn’t overly crowded due to some clouds up...

  • Phase 2 Reopening Jun 11

    Breweries Changing Business Model to Reopen Sooner

    A Norwood, Massachusetts brewery is among some establishments across Massachusetts looking to change their business model to reopen sooner. Right now bars are set to reopen in Phase 4 of the states plan. But Castle Island Brewing, like other breweries, are now partnering with licensed food catering companies so they can open up in Phase 2 and sell their beer...

  • Massachusetts Jun 10

    Ready to Reopen: Excitement for Some, Frustration for Others as Phased Plan Continues

    As Massachusetts moves into Phase 2 of its economic reopening plan, this week marks the start of reopening for many businesses and restaurants, but bars and restaurants are among those still waiting for their phase to begin. While this comes with restrictions, many places say they’re ready, even those who can’t open yet. Workers were getting organized Tuesday night...

  • Massachusetts Jun 9

    ‘Defund the Police': Protesters Push to Reallocate Cambridge Police Funds

    There was a large protest Monday in front of Cambridge City Hall as protesters called to defund the Cambridge Police Department.  “We’re just out here to show support, black lives matter, people are angry and people are speaking out,” said protester Fukia Akipa.  Protesters say they want to stop a proposed $4 million budget increase for Cambridge police in 2021,…

Contact Us