Boston Mayor Wu reports progress on clearing encampment

Eighty-three people have moved into new housing from encampments in the area of Massachusetts Avenue and Melnea Cass Boulevard, and space is available for theRead More

Police continue to search home where missing NH girl was last seen in 2019

Police returned to a Manchester, New Hampshire house Sunday where 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery was last seen in 2019. Law enforcement members brought new equipment toRead More

Doctors race to save lives after NYC fire that killed 17

NEW YORK (AP) — Doctors raced Monday to save survivors of New York City’s deadliest fire in three decades as authorities began investigating how thickRead More

‘It was unreal’: Woman rescued, 2 firefighters injured after 5-alarm blaze rips through building in Keene, NH

One woman had to be rescued and two firefighters were injured after a 5-alarm blaze broke out at a building in Keene, New Hampshire overnight.Read More

Mass. Department of Transportation deploys more than 2,000 pieces of equipment to treat snowy roadways

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has deployed more than 2,000 pieces of equipment to treat the snowy roadways. Flakes began falling during the early morningRead More

Mass. school districts scrambling to find substitute teachers as COVID-19 causes crippling staff shortages

Some school districts in Massachusetts are scrambling to find substitute teachers as the COVID-19 omicron variant begins to cause crippling staffing shortages. Boston Public SchoolsRead More

Boston Public Schools superintendent steps in to teach class amid staffing shortages across district

Boston Public Schools Superintendent Brenda Cassellius stepped in to teach a classroom full of elementary school students on Wednesday amid staffing shortages across the districtRead More

Hot lunch, cold weather: Parents divided on local school’s policy to encourage kids to eat outside

SALEM, MASS. (WHDH) – Many schools are getting kids outside to help slow the spread of the virus but, with the weather turning colder, someRead More

Mass. school officials scrambling to alleviate staffing shortages amid COVID-19 surge following winter break

The latest COVID-19 surge has led to staffing shortages at schools across the Bay State, leaving school officials scrambling following the winter break. Weymouth HighRead More

Mass. schools taking precautions as students return from winter break amid COVID-19 surge

Schools across the Bay State are taking precautions as they welcome back students from winter break amid a COVID-19 surge. In Salem, Superintendent Stephen ZrikeRead More