First on 7: Mattapan youth football coach charged with assault, accused of attacking a referee

A Mattapan youth football coach accused of attacking a referee with a football was arraigned Monday and charged with assault on a person over 60.Read More

Hurricane Ian nears Cuba on path to strike Florida as Cat 4

HAVANA (AP) — Hurricane Ian was growing stronger as it approached the western tip of Cuba on Monday, on a track to hit the westRead More

Hurricane Fiona strengthens as it heads toward Canada’s Atlantic coast

(CNN) — Deadly Hurricane Fiona has strengthened into a Category 4 storm as it barrels toward Canada’s Atlantic coast, according to the National Hurricane Center.Read More

King Charles leaves handwritten note on top of the Queen’s coffin

(CNN) — The note on top of Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin during her funeral on Monday was a handwritten message from her son, King Charles III. TheRead More

Bark of the town: Dog hangs out on roof of Arizona home, surprising neighbors

GLENDALE, Ariz. (WHDH)– Nala the dog has made herself at home on the roof of her owner’s house, to the surprise, confusion and delight ofRead More

Trump team takes aim at records probe; calls it ‘misguided’

WASHINGTON (AP) — A criminal investigation into the presence of top-secret information at former President Donald Trump’s Florida home has “spiraled out of control,” hisRead More

Back to School: Sleep Habits for Maximum Learning

Back to school usually means backing up the alarm clock. So it’s important to make sure your kids are getting the sleep they need. Dr.Read More

‘The T is a disaster’: Seth Moulton slams MBTA after critical federal report

Congressman Seth Moulton, D-Salem, slammed the MBTA and questioned its ability to meet the goals laid out in a scathing Federal Transit Administration report thatRead More

How to ease back-to-school butterflies

Back-to-school butterflies are a common feeling in children. Mom Leah Devereaux has two preschoolers who can get a little nervous about change and the yearRead More

How to master the art of back-to-school shopping

From pencils and paper to books and backpacks…nearly everything on the school supply list is more expensive this year. Lisa Lineweaver, a school principal inRead More