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Massachusetts data fuels more concerns about use of rapid COVID-19 testing
For the first time, the public can see that more than 62,000 antigen tests have been conducted in Massachusetts since May, as well as the results of those tests.
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Mass. inmates volunteer, grow food for struggling families
Two inmates who were serving time at the Essex County Pre-release and Re-entry center, spent many hours volunteering on a six-acre farm on the property.
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Here's when, where traffic is returning to Massachusetts roads
New numbers from MassDOT show an interesting observation one of the state's busiest roads: the AM commute begins at 5 a.m. but hits a peak just one hour later.
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Significant drought conditions declared across Massachusetts
A Level 2 – Significant Drought was declared Thursday in all seven regions of Massachusetts, as the state deals with more than three months of below normal rainfall.
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How will schools respond to COVID-19 cases when class resumes
Dr. Kristin Moffitt, in the division of infectious diseases at Boston Children's Hospital, answers what a successful reopening of schools will look like.
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Mass. nurse who lost wife amid COVID-19 pandemic struggles to get refund from JetBlue
When he asked JetBlue to bend the rules for him because he's a frontline nurse and his wife just died, the airline told him no.
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‘No mask, no food, no service:’ City cracks down on beer gardens, some restaurants
Boston is cracking down on restaurants trying to survive during the pandemic.
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Could Boston could be next hot spot for COVID-19?
As more Massachusetts towns are classified as high-risk for COVID-19, some experts are warning that Boston could be the next hot spot of coronavirus infections.
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Teachers demonstrate in favor of remote learning
After the Boston superintendent announced the start of classes would be delayed to Sept. 21, teachers rallied in the city to continue their push for fully remote learning to start the year.
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State issues updated guidelines for youth sports during COVID-19
New state guidance set to take effect Monday outlines what youth and adult amateur sports activities will be allowed to take place -- and with what safety precautions -- during the current phase of
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Special day in Polar Park construction
Construction of Polar Park in Worcester reached a milestone Thursday with the topping out ceremony.
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Bail set for former police union head accused of abusing child
A former president of the Boston Police Union was charged with sexually abusing a child.
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Pedestrian struck by vehicle in Concord
A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle Thursday in Concord.
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Wake Up Call for Against the Tide
Thursday's Wake Up Call comes from Against the Tide.
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Former Boston Police Union President to face indecent assault charges
The former Boston Police Union president is facing indecent assault and battery charges.
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Officials raise concerns about daycare availability
Officials are raising concerns about daycare shortages across Massachusetts.
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Brewery, bar owners in Massachusetts growing frustrated by constant COVID-19 rule changes
As of this week, any establishment that serves alcohol must also serve food that is prepared on-site, a tough requirement to meet for some establishments.
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Video: Cooler, less humid air working its way into region
Conditions will begin to feel refreshing by the time the weekend hits.
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First new MBTA Red Line train taken on test drive
The "T" hopes to have the first new cars in service soon, and the entire Red Line is scheduled to be replaced with 252 of these new cars by 2023.
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Retired Boston police officer arrested amid child rape allegations, sources tell 5 Investigates
The city's police department and police union did not offer comment, but Boston Mayor Marty Walsh did.
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Norwood police chief says facial recognition is important public safety tool
The police reform bill that is currently being debated in the Massachusetts Legislature could severely limit the use of facial recognition software statewide.
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New US Senate Democratic Primary poll shows Markey with strong momentum
A new UMass Amherst/WCVB Poll finds support shifting from the challenger, Rep. Joe Kennedy III, to the incumbent, Sen. Ed Markey.
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Parents rally at Massachusetts State House to get kids back into classrooms
A return to schools amid the coronavirus pandemic has become a divisive issue that sparks heated debate.
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Video: Relief on the way after 4-day heat wave in Boston
It will be cloudy in spots on Thursday and Friday, but cooler air will be moving in for the weekend.
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Working parents rights amid COVID-19 pandemic
Experts say there is nothing currently in the law that requires employers to make special accommodations for parents with children at home.
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Teen awaits life-changing burn surgery at Shriners after story goes viral
A teenager from the Midwest is about to have life-changing surgery in Boston. His treatment is made possible by the generosity of people touched by his story.
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Tracker analyzes school reopening plans
As more districts release their school reopening plans, there's a new tool that could help.
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Walsh: 'We know that we can't' return to school full-time, in person
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on Wednesday discussed steps being taken to prepare for school in the fall including options for some in-person instruction.
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Arrest made in deadly hit-and-run crash
A woman was struck and killed in a fatal hit-and-run crash in Brockton.
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