Town-by-town snow totals (so far): Feb. 1

(WHDH) — Several inches of snow has already fallen in some Bay State communities. RELATED: Winter storm warning issued for majority of Massachusetts The flakes beganRead More

Police: 3 people dead following dispute over shoveling snow

(WHDH) — Three people are dead following a dispute over shoveling snow dumped by a major winter storm that slammed the Northeast on Monday. OfficersRead More

On anniversary of 1st reported COVID-19 case, Walsh reflects on year that turned Boston ‘upside down’

On the one-year anniversary of the first reported COVID-19 case in Boston, Mayor Martin J. Walsh on Monday reflected on a nightmarish 12-month stretch thatRead More

Quincy firefighters wade through icy water to rescue dog

Quincy firefighters waded through the frigid water at Granite Links on Sunday to rescue to a dog that had fallen through the ice. Video sharedRead More

Mass. residents digging out after storm dumps snow across state

A winter storm warning w issued for the majority of Massachusetts as some communities braced for more than a foot of snow. The warning tookRead More

Former Massachusetts Rep. Joe Kennedy III joins CNN as commentator

Former Massachusetts Congressman Joe Kennedy III announced in a tweet on Friday that he will be joining CNN as a commentator. “Excited to join theRead More

Parts of Mass. could see more than a foot of snow as winter storm moves in Monday

A sizeable winter storm could drop more than a foot of snow in some Massachusetts communities Monday into Tuesday, according to the 7Weather team. ARead More

Fenway vaccine site

Another mass vaccination site opening at Fenway Park on Monday

Massachusetts’ second mass vaccination site at a professional sports venue will open at Fenway Park on Monday as state health officials shift their focus toRead More

Walsh activates warming centers in Boston amid frigid temperatures

Mayor Martin J. Walsh on Friday announced that warming centers will be open to Boston residents through Saturday night as frigid temperatures and below-zero windRead More

MIAA says high school football, other sports can begin play next month

Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association on Friday announced that high school football can begin play next month. MIAA directors votedRead More