Heavy rain leads to flooding, tree damage in some parts of Bay State

A weather system packing heavy rain ramped up overnight and lingered through Thursday morning, causing flooding and tree damage in some parts of the BayRead More

Heavy rain leads to flooding, tree damage in some parts of Bay State

A weather system packing heavy rain ramped up overnight and lingered through Thursday morning, causing flooding and tree damage in some parts of the BayRead More

Malden police seek public’s help identifying thieves caught on camera swiping thousands of dollars worth of bridal gifts

Malden police are seeking the public’s help identifying suspects accused of swiping thousands of dollars worth of bridal gifts from a couple getting ready toRead More

Jury selection to begin for man accused of fatally shooting Yarmouth Police Sgt. Sean Gannon

Jury selection is slated to start Monday in the trial of a 33-year-old man accused of fatally shooting Yarmouth Police Sgt. Sean Gannon in 2018.Read More

‘It’s up to the train driver to control the train’: Expert says crashes rare, but operators need to be alert

Train crashes like Friday’s collision between two MBTA trolleys are rare, an expert said, but drivers still need to be alert to prevent them. TheRead More

Transportation expert breaks down what officials will be looking for during investigation of Green Line collision

 As the investigation into the Green Line crash gets underway, a transportation expert sat down with 7NEWS to break down what officials will be lookingRead More

‘In it to protect the community’: Local business owners move toward requiring proof of vaccination

Getting “carded” is taking on a whole new meaning as more and more businesses make the decision to require patrons to show proof of vaccinationRead More

COVID-19 vaccine clinic opens at New England Patriots training camp

New England Patriots fans are able to get vaccinated against the coronavirus while attending training camp this week. The Kraft Center for Community Health MobileRead More

As state mulls new CDC mask guidance, Boston City Council staff will soon need to show proof of vaccination or weekly tests

All in-person Boston City Council staff and interns will need to show proof of vaccination or provide a weekly COVID-19 test beginning next month. CityRead More

Provincetown reinstates indoor mask requirement after uptick in COVID-19 cases

The Provincetown Board of Selectmen unanimously voted to reinstate an indoor mask requirement at an emergency meeting Sunday as the popular tourist destination sees anRead More