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  • Massachusetts Jul 17

    State Trooper Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Mass. Pike

    A state police trooper was injured in an accident on the Massachusetts Turnpike on Friday morning. The accident was reported before 8 a.m. on Interstate 90 east in Framingham. Four vehicles were involved in the crash, according to state police. Framingham fire confirmed that they responded to the scene of an accident involving a state police cruiser in the area…

  • coronavirus Jul 17

    Officials Urge Coronavirus Safety Ahead of Hot Summer Weekend

    In the heat of summer and the midst of a pandemic, state officials are reminding people to continue practicing coronavirus safety. With a potential heat wave heading for New England this weekend and into next week, Gov. Charlie Baker urged Massachusetts residents to “stay vigilant” Thursday. “We believe people wearing masks is the best and most appropriate way to stop…

  • coronavirus Jun 12

    Colleges Reveal Plans for Fall Semester Reopening

    Boston University has announced that students will be back on campus for the fall semester, but with restrictions. The university created a website called “Back 2 Bu,” where the reopening plan for each area of the school is detailed. Policies include the option of both online and in-person courses for undergraduates, which will incorporate social distancing. Dorm life guidelines are…

  • Face masks Jun 4

    Mask Irritating Your Skin? Here's What Can Help

    With no clear end to the coronavirus pandemic in sight, face masks are the newest accessory we literally can’t go without. Although uncomfortable, there are some steps doctors say you can take to keep you safer and healthier while wearing masks. “Most people have some sort of skin complaint when wearing these masks all day,” said Dr. Abigail Waldman,...

  • BOSTON Jun 1

    Cleanup Underway in Boston After Protesters Vandalize, Loot Stores

    Cleanup is moving quickly after a night of destruction where protesters vandalized and looted numerous stores on Boston’s Newbury and Boylston streets and in Downtown Crossing. Dozens of businesses in Downtown Crossing are being boarded up after Sunday’s protests over the death of George Floyd turned violent. People in the area are now coming out to see the damage....

  • coronavirus May 28

    Boston Is Offering Loans to Help Small Businesses Reopen Safely. Here's How to Apply

    Applications will be accepted starting at 5 p.m. Thursday for small businesses in Boston looking to utilize the city’s fund to help them reopen safely. Mayor Marty Walsh announced the $6 million fund Tuesday in an effort to help the city’s small businesses reopen safely. Businesses eligible for the Reopen Boston Fund include those with fewer than 15 employees who…

  • coronavirus May 27

    Workers Who Get Coronavirus Deserve Compensation, Boston City Councilors Say

    City councilors in Boston are making a push to hold employers accountable for workers who fall ill with the coronavirus, saying a lack of adequate protective gear has left them vulnerable. A panel of union leaders will testify before the council Wednesday to discuss the conditions faced by front line workers, including health care and grocery store workers. They are…

  • reopening Massachusetts May 26

    Recreational Marijuana Shops Reopen in Massachusetts

    Customers are lining up at recreational marijuana shops in Massachusetts after retailers were given the green light to open curbside services Monday. NETA’s Brookline store opened Tuesday for medical and adult-use marijuana sales, but people can’t go into the store. They are offering curbside pick up only for now in line with the guidance outlined in Phase 1 of...

  • Memorial Day May 25

    Beaches in Mass. Back Open for Memorial Day

    This isn’t the Memorial Day anyone imagined. Beaches and recreation areas along Quincy Shore Drive are open, but health officials are really trying to discourage people from coming to the beach and hanging out all day laying on the sand and playing games. For one thing, parking areas are closed. Along Quincy Shore Drive there are a couple of...

  • COLLEGE ADMISSIONS SCANDAL May 22

    Lori Loughlin, Husband Plead Guilty in College Admissions Scandal

    Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, will plead guilty today via video conference for their involvement in the “Varsity Blues Scandal.”

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