‘Sweet, genuine soul’: Community mourns Natick teen killed in car crash

Natick residents and students are mourning the death of a high school student killed in a car crash on Saturday night, remembering him as anRead More

1 worker dead, 1 critical after stairwell collapse at Cambridge parking garage

One worker has died and another suffered critical injuries after a stairwell collapsed inside a parking garage in Cambridge Wednesday morning, fire officials announced. EmergencyRead More

City councilor calls for construction safety hearing after 2 workers die in Boston

Boston City Councilor Ed Flynn is calling for a hearing on construction safety following the deaths of two workers in the city’s Financial District lastRead More

15 displaced after wind-fueled fire tears through Lynn home

Firefighters braved frigid temperatures and howling winds as they battled a massive house fire in Lynn late Monday night. Crews responding to a reported fireRead More

Boston welcomes back some students for in-person learning

The City of Boston welcomed back some of its youngest students to the classroom Monday. Students in preschool through third grade returned to in-person learningRead More

Bus driver gives thoughtful birthday gift to Beverly teen living with autism

A Beverly teenager living with autism received a special gift from his school bus driver for his 19th birthday. Logan Pearson and his bus driverRead More

VA Bedford Healthcare System opens COVID vaccinations to all enrolled veterans, regardless of age

VA Bedford Healthcare System opened COVID vaccinations to all veterans enrolled in VA healthcare, regardless of age, on Thursday thanks to a boost in supply.Read More


Baker expected to testify during oversight hearing on state’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout

Gov. Charlie Baker is expected to testify Thursday during an oversight hearing on what some lawmakers have called a bumpy COVID-19 vaccine rollout. The JointRead More

State aims for elementary school students back in classrooms in April

The state‘s education commissioner wants elementary school students back in the classroom full-time in April, as part of a plan to phase out remote learning thatRead More

‘Fall II’ seasons begin for football, other school sports in Mass.

Fall school sports that were postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic officially began their seasons Monday with safety protocols in place. The Massachusetts Interscholastic AthleticRead More