Baker pushes tax cuts as gas prices rise

As Massachusetts gas prices increase, Gov. Charlie Baker is pushing for tax cuts — saying he is considering suspending the state’s gas tax but addingRead More

Pelosi leads roundtable on health care investments in Cambridge

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi led a roundtable discussion with Massachusetts members of Congress to discuss health care investments in the American Rescue PlanRead More

‘Enjoy each other’s company’: Andover middle schoolers expand social circles during ‘No One Eats Alone Day’

Students at an Andover middle school expanded their social circles on Friday while participating in “No One Eats Alone Day.” The national initiative encourages studentsRead More

Police: 2 men in stolen vehicle taken into custody after crashing into construction site in Boston

BOSTON (WHDH) – A pair of 20-year-old men who were riding in a stolen vehicle were taken into custody after they crashed into a constructionRead More

US to ease nationwide mask mandate on planes, buses, transit

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is developing guidance that will ease the nationwide mask mandate on airplanes, buses and otherRead More

Rolling Lunar New Year parade travels through Boston area

The second Lunar New Year rolling parade moved through the Boston area Sunday. To welcome the Year of the Tiger, the parade started at theRead More

Invasion of Ukraine could lead to spike in beer prices in U.S.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could lead to an increase in beer prices around the world, experts said. “Ukraine accounts for about twenty percent of beer’sRead More

Authorities seek tips after emaciated, dead dog dumped on Animal Rescue League’s Dedham campus

Authorities are asking for the public to come forward with information regarding an emaciated, dead dog that was found dumped on the Animal Rescue League’sRead More

Somerville students shower beloved UPS driver with birthday cheer

Students at a Somerville school delivered a birthday surprise for a beloved UPS driver. Tyler Kingsbury’s special relationship with the third graders at JFK ElementaryRead More

MIAA to drop mask mandate for student athletes at end of month

The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association on Friday announced it will drop the mask mandate for student athletes at the end of the month. This decisionRead More