Fireworks Calls In Boston Up 2300% In May, Mayor Walsh SaysBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said there were more than 650 calls about fireworks in the city in May compared to only 27 in May 2019.
Walsh: Boston Playgrounds, Splash Pads Can Reopen June 15Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says team sports are still off limits for now.
Woman Looks To Change Merriam Webster Definition Of RacismThe woman said the dictionary needs to include that there is systematic oppression against a group of people.
Gov. Baker 'Skeptical' Of WHO Conclusion That Asymptomatic Coronavirus Spread Is RareGov. Charlie Baker said the latest WHO conclusion was contrary to a lot of other research.
Gov. Baker Explains Move To Push Bars To Phase FourGov. Charlie Baker said the issue was coming up with a safe plan to open bars.
Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito Gives Phase Two Reopening UpdateLt. Gov. Karyn Polito encouraged everyone to support local businesses.
Gov. Baker Files Bill To Help Collect Coronavirus Data, Address Health DisparitiesGov. Baker said the bill is to ensure the state gets the data they need in a complete and timely fashion.
'We're Fed Up': Rhode Island Donut Shop Ends Police, Military DiscountsBusiness at a popular Rhode Island doughnut shop surged over the weekend after ownership said it was “fed up” with police injustice and would no longer offer discounts for officers or members of the military, a decision that sparked backlash from the local police department. Katie Johnston reports.
Protesters Walk Through Boston Streets Sunday EveningHundreds gathered at Boston City Hall and then headed toward the Ruggles T Station.
Gov. Charlie Baker Announces Phase Two Will Start MondayGov. Charlie Baker said the state is moving forward in the fight against the coronavirus.
Walsh: Listen To Black Bostonians Who Are ProtestingBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said if we listen to black neighbors and protesters will be a stronger city for it
Walsh: Time To 'Listen And Learn' About Pain Caused By George Floyd MurderBoston Mayor Marty Walsh asked everyone to join in a national moment of silence for George Floyd Thursday at 3:45 pm.
Massachusetts Child Care Centers To Have Many Changes When They Reopen In Phase 2Early Education Commissioner Samantha Aigner-Treworgy outlined some of the changes you can expect to see at child care centers when Phase 2 begins.
Retail Experience Will Be 'Different' When Stores Open In Phase 2Housing and Economic Development Secretary Mike Kennealy said Wednesday people will need to be "kind and patient with retailers" when Phase 2 begins.
Massachusetts Gets $374 Million From Federal Gov't. To Expand Coronavirus TestingGov. Charlie Baker made the announcement at his daily briefing Wednesday.
AMC Theatres Says It May Go Out Of BusinessAMC Theatres, the world’s biggest movie theater chain, said on Wednesday that it has “substantial doubt” it can remain in business after closing locations across the globe during the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Protesters Cheer As Boston Police Kneel Outside HeaquartersA crowd of protesters erupted in cheers as Boston Police officers took a knee.
Ayanna Pressley: 'Precise' And 'Prescriptive' Action Needs To Take PlaceAyanna Pressley says the pain of black and brown people has been delegitimatized for too long.
Maine Ranked No. 1 On List Of Safest States In AmericaWhere is the safest place in America in 2020? You can't do much better than New England, according to a new ranking. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Charlie Baker Blasts President Trump's Comments About George Floyd ProtestsGov. Baker said the president's words are not what's needed now in Massachusetts.
Gov. Baker Responds To George Floyd Protests In Boston That Turned ViolentGov. Charlie Baker thanked the peaceful protesters and said they far outnumbered those looking to be destructive.
Gov. Baker Signs Executive Order For Phase 2 BusinessesThe order will allow businesses opening in Phase 2 to prepare ahead of time.
Mayor Walsh: 'We Wanted A Balanced Approach' To ProtestsBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said the riots after the protests were larger than anticipated.
Walsh On Why Boston Protests Were Allowed In Pandemic: 'Free Speech'Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said he believes in people's right to march so he allowed Sunday's protests despite the coronavirus pandemic.