Preparations underway as some Mass. residents brace for more than a foot of snow

Preparations are being made throughout Massachusetts as residents and plow crews get ready to dig out from more than a foot of snow in someRead More

High time: Hands of historic Custom House Tower clock replaced

It was high time for repairs to Boston’s historic Custom House Tower clock. For the first time since the 1980s, the clock hands were replacedRead More

Walsh announces rollback of reopening plan as COVID-19 hospitalizations mount

Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced Monday that Boston will be rolling back its economic reopening for at least three weeks as new coronavirus cases andRead More

Woburn shooting suspects

No bail for men charged in deadly shooting outside Woburn sports bar

Two men charged in connection with the fatal shooting of another man in the parking lot of a Woburn sports bar on Saturday have beenRead More

mbta commuter rail

Commuter Rail service reduced on day MBTA could approve more cuts

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority reduced Commuter Rail service by more than half on Monday, the same day the agency is slated to vote onRead More

mbta commuter rail

Commuter Rail to temporarily reduce service because of employee COVID-19 absences

The MBTA and Keolis Commuter Services announced Thursday that due to low employee availability because of COVID-19 absences, the Commuter Rail will temporarily operate onRead More

Massive sinkhole found in Dorchester park turns out to be historic well

A massive sinkhole found in Dorchester’s Ronan Park on Sunday turned out to be a historic well. Using an iPhone, a paint roller and someRead More

Labor attorney advises companies against COVID-19 vaccination mandates

With the first coronavirus vaccines set to become available soon, many are wondering if a business can require employees to get vaccinated. Gov. Charlie BakerRead More

Baker announces COVID-19 vaccination phases, timeline for Mass. residents

BOSTON (WHDH) – When the first round of COVID-19 vaccines get shipped to Massachusetts later this month, the initial doses will be administered to healthRead More

Person dies after triple-decker goes up in flames in Revere

One person died after a triple-decker went up in flames in Revere early Tuesday morning. Firefighters responding to a reported fire on Thornton Street aroundRead More