NTSB: Green Line trolley involved in crash that hospitalized 27 was traveling 3 times the speed limit

Federal investigators arrived in Boston over the weekend to help figure out what caused Friday’s crash on the Green Line. According to the National TransportationRead More

Car crashes into fence in Roslindale

A car crashed into a fence in Roslindale early Tuesday morning. Emergency crews responding to a reported crash on Glendower Road around 1 a.m. foundRead More

Veteran on a mission to do 50 push-ups at 50 state capitols arrives in Boston

An Army and Marine Corps veteran has a big goal — to do 50 push-ups at 50 state capitols in 50 days. On Monday, DarrenRead More

NTSB: Green Line trolley involved in crash that hospitalized 27 was traveling three times the speed limit

BOSTON (WHDH) – Federal investigators arrived in Boston over the weekend to help figure out what caused Friday’s crash on the Green Line. According toRead More

‘The right way to go”: Walsh backs Janey’s firing of BPD commissioner

Former Mayor Marty Walsh said he backed Mayor Kim Janey’s decision to fire the police commissioner Walsh appointed earlier this year and then placed onRead More

Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2

Mass. health officials report more than 2,000 new COVID-19 cases as positivity rate continues to climb

Massachusetts health officials on Monday reported 2,054 new COVID-19 cases and two additional deaths as the statewide positivity rate increased again. Monday’s report included confirmedRead More

Mask guidance

9 Massachusetts counties now subject to CDC masking guidance

BOSTON (AP) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s updated mask guidance now applies to nine Massachusetts counties, according to data released Monday. ThatRead More

Dorchester man facing drug, gun charges following traffic stop

 A Dorchester man is facing a number of drug and firearm-related charges after trying to flee the scene of a traffic stop on Sunday. JerryRead More

State-run testing, vaccination sites ‘likely’ to stay in place

The Baker administration is “likely” to continue programs that help hard-hit communities access COVID-19 testing and vaccines for the foreseeable future, Gov. Charlie Baker saidRead More

Most of Mass. now at substantial risk for COVID-19 transmission

Most Massachusetts counties now have either a high or substantial risk for COVID-19 transmission, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The latest dataRead More