High school football teams face helmet shortage

The helmet shortage is hitting players across Massachusetts and the U.S. just as high school football teams are preparing for kickoff. Players and parents atRead More

Ready to Rock: Boston welcomes new performing arts center at Fenway

Opening ceremonies were held for a new performing arts center right by Fenway Park. What was once a parking lot at 2 Lansdowne Street isRead More

‘We want to know why’: Hundreds of residents protest closure of Charlestown pool as summer begins

Hundreds of Charlestown residents are demanding answers after learning that their outdoor city pool won’t open this summer. Demonstrators gathered outside the Clougherty Pool onRead More

‘Travel times tripled’: East Boston businesses say Sumner Tunnel closure slowing service

East Boston businesses say plans to close the Sumner Tunnel for nine months have already severely affected their ability to make deliveries. During the firstRead More

A 14-year-old fell to his death from the new drop tower ride at Florida’s ICON Park, authorities say

(CNN) — A 14-year-old boy died after he fell Thursday night from a drop tower amusement ride that recently opened at the Orlando area’s ICON Park entertainmentRead More

Waste water shows COVID-19 lows, but experts say virus isn’t going away

A key data point shows COVID-19 cases are steadily declining in the Boston area as hospitalizations and deaths also go down, but experts said residentsRead More

On Super Bowl Sunday, Baker pushes for legalized sports betting in Mass.

During of the biggest sports betting days of the year, Gov. Charlie Baker and gaming companies renewed a push to bring gambling on games toRead More

Holiday Helping: Ryan Schulteis’ Cranberry Warmer & Spicy Nuts

BOSTON (WHDH) – 7News Holiday Helping is back! In this edition, Ryan Schulteis is making the combo of cranberry warmer and spicy nuts! Order newRead More

Protesters at State House call for more aid to fleeing Afghan families

Demonstrators at the State House on Monday called for state lawmakers to help their relatives who are still in Afghanistan as the U.S. pulls outRead More

Mayor Janey urges reform after BPD investigation of officer charged with child assault took months, ‘sustained’ charges were ignored

Acting Mayor Kim Janey on Thursday released findings and recommendations following her charge to Attorney Stephanie Everett and the Office of Police Accountability and TransparencyRead More