Massachusetts Reports 1,115 New COVID Cases, 7 Additional DeathsHealth officials said the total number of confirmed cases in the state is now 646,982. The total number of confirmed deaths is now 17,266.
Outdoor Dining On Moody Street In Waltham Begins SaturdayWBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
'That's Our Lifeline': Restaurants Prepare For Outdoor Dining On Moody Street In WalthamWBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Sign Falls On Car In Malden As Strong Winds Cause Damage Across MassachusettsStrong wind gusts caused damage across Massachusetts Friday afternoon and evening. WBZ-TV's Juli McDonald reports.
Rescued Baby Otter Emmett Opens Eyes For First TimeThis little guy, now named "Emmett", was only about a week old when he was brought into the Newhouse Wildlife Rescue of Chelmsford.
Haverhill Recommends Removing Hatchet From Hannah Duston StatueChanges are coming soon to a nearly 150-year-old controversial hatchet-wielding statue in downtown Haverhill. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
Lowe’s Looking To Fill Over 1,000 New Jobs Across Massachusetts This SpringNationwide, Lowe's wants to fill more than 50,000 seasonal, part-time, and full-time positions this spring.
John Dickerson On Biden’s Struggle For GOP Support, Vaccine HesitancyJohn Dickerson discusses President Biden’s infrastructure plan and the chances of having a normal summer as more people get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Logan Airport Prepping For Busy Summer As Travelers Have Doubled Since JanuaryLogan Airport says the number of travelers have doubled since January, and they expect the increases to continue to spike this summer.
Massachusetts Investing In Summer Programs To Make Up For Pandemic Learning LossThe state is putting $70 million into summer programs designed to help everyone from kindergarten students to high school seniors. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Massachusetts Reports 1,179 New COVID Cases, 16 Additional DeathsHealth officials said the total number of confirmed cases in the state is now 645,867. The total number of confirmed deaths is now 17,259.
'A Very Good Relief': Joggers, Walkers Excited For Eased Mask MandateEasing the state's mask mandate when you can be outdoors and socially distanced is now considered a breath of fresh air. WBZ-TV's Beth Germano reports.
Cross Pulled Out Of Ground At Zion Baptist Church In EverettAn act of vandalism that was reported at Zion Baptist Church in Everett Thursday morning is now being characterized as "a hate crime" by Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria. WBZ-TV's Juli McDonald reports.
Boston Businesses Frustrated NYC Reopening A Month SoonerAll restrictions on Massachusetts businesses may be lifted sooner than originally planned, as long as vaccinations in the state stay at the current pace. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Zoom Boom: Cosmetic Procedures Skyrocket During PandemicCosmetic procedures have doubled at some businesses, and specialists say it's because of virtual meetings. WBZ-TV's Rachel Holt reports.
Everett Mayor Calls Vandalism At Zion Baptist Church 'A Hate Crime'An act of vandalism that was reported at Zion Baptist Church in Everett Thursday morning is being characterized as "a hate crime" by Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria.
North Reading Voters Upset Over 'Hateful' Campaign Fliers That Advocate For Less Focus On Black Lives Matter In SchoolWBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
Boston Mayor Janey To Sign Measure Limiting Police Use Of Tear GasActing Boston Mayor Kim Janey is planning to sign a proposed city ordinance next week that would put limits on how police use tear gas and other crowd-control techniques.
When Can Kids Get COVID Vaccines? Dr. Mallika Marshall Answers Your QuestionsDr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus vaccine-related medical questions.
Couple Hit In Medford Three Years Ago Reunited With Paramedic Who Helped ThemWBZ-TV's David Wade has the story.
Boston Public Schools Considers Launching Virtual School For FallThe Boston School Department may launch its own virtual school.
'I Am No Friend Of Racists': 'Jeopardy!' Contestant Kelly Donohue Denies Making White Power SymbolThe Boston College graduate said he's "horrified" by what's been said on social media.
Plainville Firefighter Brett Bertram Out Of Coma, 'On The Road To Recovery' After Contracting COVIDBrett Bertram, a Plainville firefighter and EMT, is “on the road to recovery” following a serious battle with COVID-19.

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