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How do candidates for the 6th District believe policy toward Russia, China needs to change?
Candidates for Massachusetts' 6th Congressional District -- Rep. Seth Moulton and John Paul Moran -- answer a question about whether they believe U.S. policy toward China and Russia needs to change.
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Food drive being held at courthouses across Massachusetts
A food drive to feed Massachusetts residents most in need is being held at courthouses across the state.
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Boston suspending in-person learning
In-person learning for all Boston Public Schools students will be suspended effective Thursday.
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Boston considers new action for those who can't pay rent
Boston is considering a new plan that would help residents who can't afford to stay in their homes.
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Winthrop hires COVID-19 inspector
Winthrop has hired a COVID-19 inspector.
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State taking action against towns not offering in-person learning
Massachusetts is taking action against two school districts over their education plans.
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Wake Up Call from Hike for Hope
Wednesday's Wake Up Call comes from the Hike for Hope.
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'Hot spot' COVID-19 data due out today
New data about towns that are considered hot spots for COVID-19 is set to be released Wednesday.
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Winthrop hires COVID-19 inspector to help enforcement, education
Winthrop's health department has hired a dedicated "COVID-19 inspector," tasked with helping enforce state and local public health regulations.
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Hundreds crowd Providence streets in rally for man hurt in crash involving police cruiser
Hundreds of people filled streets in the area of Elmwood Avenue Tuesday evening in Providence, Rhode Island, where a weekend crash involving a police cruiser put a man into a coma.
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College students face tough choice for fall break
At some institutions, students who go home for fall break will not be allowed to return to campus this semester.
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What tax reforms do 6th Congressional District candidates support?
Candidates for the 6th Congressional District -- Rep.
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Hundreds gather in Providence after man injured in crash involving police
Hundreds filled Elmwood Avenue Tuesday evening in Providence, Rhode Island, where a weekend crash involving a police cruiser put a man into a coma.
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Coast Guard crew returns to Boston after 65-day deployment
Cutting through the morning haze Tuesday, the Boston-based Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba finished up its final leg of a 65-day deployment to sea.
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Mass. hospitals prepared as COVID-19 cases increase
Dr. Helen Boucher, chief of geographic medicine and infectious diseases at Tufts Medical Center, speaks about the state's hospital readiness ahead of any possible surge.
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'Not worth it:' COVID victim's family says of taking chances
Of 145 empty chairs set up outside Lawrence City Hall, one represents 71-year-old Mercedes Romero. She left behind three daughters two weeks ago...
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Officials renew warnings about parties
Officials on Tuesday renewed its warning about large gatherings and other unregulated social activity, which they say are driving the surge in new COVID-19 cases.
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Families deliver heartbreaking stories about COVID-19 outbreak at Holyoke Soldiers' Home
The facility had one of the deadliest coronavirus outbreaks at a long-term care facility in the country, with 76 residents dying after contracting the disease.
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Help being offered as eviction proceedings resume
Concerns are growing as eviction proceedings resume in Massachusetts amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Do candidates for the 8th Congressional District think policies for Russia, China need to change?
Candidates for the 8th Congressional District -- Rep. Stephen Lynch and Jon Lott -- answer a question about whether they believe federal policies toward Russia and China need to change.
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Study: COVID-19 pandemic to significantly impact Mass. commute into 2024
A new MassDOT model paints a bleak picture for potential revenue losses for the MBTA for years to come.
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Woman stabbed in fight on MBTA bus, officials say
A woman is in custody after a stabbing aboard an MBTA bus on Tuesday afternoon.
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Local grower gets giant gourd in record books
A Massachusetts grower got his 470.5 pound gourd in the record books.
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Lawrence mayor urges residents to get tested for COVID-19
Lawrence is one of 63 communities considered "high risk" for coronavirus spread, and the numbers show the battle in the city continues to be daunting.
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Franklin Park Zoo welcomes baby gorilla
The Franklin Park Zoo welcomed a baby gorilla last week – the first male gorilla ever born at the Boston zoo.
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COVID-19 cases continue to spike in Lawrence
Lawrence is one of 63 communities considered "high risk" for coronavirus spread, and the numbers show the battle in the city continues to be daunting.
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