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Mass. couple sends crayons with diverse color palette to schools
The couple is mailing packages containing art supplies all over the country.
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Here's what it'll look like inside Encore Boston Harbor when it reopens Sunday
Wipes and hand sanitizer will be placed throughout the resort, Plexiglas is setup all over, and masks will be mandatory.
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Airline tells Mass. couple refund will take six months to process
Italy-based Alitalia told the couple they were in line for a refund, but it could take up to six months until their cancelled flight refund would be processed.
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Is it possible to make school COVID-19 safe? Boston Children's doctor weighs in
Dr. Kristin Moffitt, in the division of infectious diseases at Boston Children's Hospital, talks about if it's possible to make school coronavirus safe this fall.
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Man dead after fatal stabbing near Lowell store
A man in his 30s died after he was found Wednesday night suffering apparent stab wounds on Appleton Street in Lowell Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube now for more: bit.ly/1e8lAMZ Get more
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Norwood finds unique way to reopen pool amid COVID-19 pandemic
Residents now need to make reservations before visiting, and a schedule keeps contact between people to a minimum.
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Police: Man pulls gun on Mass. shopper not wearing face mask
According to the police report, the man wearing the mask said he has stage four lung cancer while the other man said he also has a medical condition, one that prevents him from wearing a mask.
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State senate debates police reform bill
Massachusetts State Senators on Thursday are debating a sweeping piece of police reform and racial equity legislation along with 145 proposed amendments.
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Dr. Ellerin: Mass. is doing well, but overall 'the virus is winning'
"If this were a baseball game, we'd be in about the second inning right now and the virus is winning," said Dr. Todd Ellerin.
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5 for Good: Giving free wedding gowns to health care workers
A local organization with a mission of love says "I do" to frontline health care workers. Find out how to register yourself by going to bridesacrossamerica.com.
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BCBS team helping providing meals with Weymouth Food Pantry
Another busy day for team behind the Weymouth Food Pantry as they hand out groceries to those in need -- a demand that has skyrocketed because of the pandemic.
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Witness: Woman stabbed man during argument outside Lowell store
Investigators say a man in his 30s died after a stabbing during an altercation near a downtown Lowell convenience store.
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Local teachers react to Trump's school reopening plan
Teachers’ groups in Massachusetts are lashing out at President Trump, setting up a fierce battle over back to school plans.
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Data shows virus spread in nursing homes down sharply
The positive COVID-19 test rate in long-term care facilities remains above the state average, and a public health official said Wednesday that the gap is closing.
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Woman rescued from muddy river
A woman is recovering this morning after getting stuck in the mud in a river in Centerville. It happened shortly before 6 p.m. Wednesday on the Herring River.
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Large crime set up in Lowell after incident
A large crime scene is set up right outside a store right in downtown Lowell, but investigators have released few details.
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Large crime set up in Lowell after incident
A large crime scene is set up right outside a store right in downtown Lowell, but investigators have released few details.
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Three Greater Boston universities fighting new ICE rules with federal lawsuit
The new guidelines would force international students to leave the country if their school's classes are offered entirely online.
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COVID-19 testing expanded in 8 hard-hit Massachusetts cities
The testing sites will be free and open to all state residents, even those who are symptom-free.
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Teachers call President Trump's threat to cut school funding 'blackmail'
The president tweeted that he may withhold federal funds if all kids are not back to school by the end of the fall.
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Video: Heat, humidity sticking around with threat of thunderstorms
A tropical system that is brewing down south will have a major impact in New England this weekend.
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Police investigating after truck speeds by crowd of protesters in Newton
Organizers say no one was hurt in the incident, which happened after the driver argued with protesters.
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Quick action in Boston ICU saves life of mother with COVID-19
A recent series of split-second decisions at a Boston hospital saved not only a local woman's life but also that of her baby.
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How retail stores in Massachusetts are doing after reopening weeks ago
Industry experts say the pandemic is expected to force major retailers to close at least 5,000 stores by year's end.
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Massachusetts official under investigation for alleged hateful behavior in college
The state's Commissioner for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is trying to distance himself from a college fraternity under fire for alleged racist garb and anti-Semitic acts.
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Mass. doctor says America seeing exponential rise of COVID-19 nationwide
Dr. Daniel Kurtizkes, chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Brigham and Women's Hospital explains what people in Massachusetts can do to help keep the virus away.
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Here's how the coronavirus caused a nationwide coin shortage
Some Massachusetts retailers have even posted signs asking for exact change only, the result of a coin disruption the Federal Reserve blames on the pandemic.
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FBI dig in Methuen related to search for missing New Hamsphire man, sources say
Investigators have been using excavation equipment during their search, which has now spanned two days.
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Gov. Baker addresses return to classroom in Massachusetts this fall
This comes as President Donald Trump threatened to cut funding to states that don't reopen their schools.
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Vehicle crashes into open Morrissey Blvd. bridge
Video from Sky 5 showed the vehicle had partially fallen onto the portion of the drawbridge section that opens and closes for boat traffic.
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