• CNBC Jul 23, 2020

    You May Not Be Able to Get Change at the Grocery Store —Here's Why

    There’s a new shortage in the U.S. caused by the coronavirus pandemic — and it’s not a paper product or food staple. Coins are currently hard to come by and, as a result, some grocery stores, banks and restaurants may not be able to provide you with change.  Kroger, one of the largest grocery chains in the nation, announced this week...

  • Massachusetts Nov 11, 2019

    Sen. Markey Talks Climate Change at College Forum With Challenger

    Climate change took center stage at a Massachusetts college on Sunday night. People gathered at Stonehill College in Easton for a rally, marching and calling for change, followed by a debate between Senator Ed Markey and challenger Shannon Liss-Riordan...
    “Young people, we’re just done with inaction,” one woman said. “We all see it in our daily lives. We see it when...

  • BOSTON Oct 21, 2019

    Vermont Girls' Soccer Team Penalized for Equal Pay Demonstration

    Players from a girls’ high school varsity soccer team in Vermont received with yellow cards after taking their jerseys off mid-game to display shirts stating,”#Equal Pay”. League rules bar the girls from wearing uniforms with slogans on them in official games, but they’re fine for practices and off-field activities, the team’s coach noted before the Friday game.

  • BOSTON Oct 20, 2019

    Vt. High School Athletes Score With Equal Pay Push

    A girls’ high school varsity soccer team in Vermont is taking a page out of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team’s playbook, by mixing sports and social activism. “We want to show that we’re all going to stand behind this issue and we’re all going to fight for it together,” Burlington High School freshman Lydia Sheeser said of her team’s...

  • BOSTON Oct 18, 2019

    High School Soccer Team Pushes for Pay Equity

    Young Vermont athletes are taking inspiration from the U.S. Women’s National Team in their push for equal pay.

  • NEW YORK Sep 1, 2019

    Criminal Justice Reform Turns to List of Problem Officers

    During the 22 years he spent in prison after being convicted of killing a Boston police detective, Sean Ellis believed there was something suspicious about the officers who led the murder investigation. He just couldn’t prove it. It would take years of digging and scores of public information requests from his attorneys to uncover evidence that several officers investigating the...

  • Massachusetts Jul 16, 2019

    Trump Tweets Send Stinging Message to Countless Americans

    For countless Americans, Trump’s words on Sunday sent a stinging message that they are not fully welcome in their own country. His comments echoed painful remarks they have heard throughout their lives. But this time, they came not from a stranger or even a political candidate, but straight from the occupant of the Oval Office.

  • NBCUniversal Inc. Jan 29, 2019

    Weather Forecast: Planning for More Snow

    Monday night: Ocean clouds east. Lows around 10. Tuesday: Flurries and light snow showers from time to time, snow/rain mix at night. Highs in the 30s.

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