Seven on 7: Commissioner William Gross answers questions about his life and time on the force

William Gross made history as Boston’s first Black police commissioner. Now he is calling it quits after 37 years on the force. RELATED: ‘Boston’s comeRead More

‘Boston’s come a long way’: City’s first Black Police Commissioner William Gross reflects on retirement

William Gross made history as Boston’s first Black police commissioner. Now he is calling it quits after 37 years on the force. Gross announced thatRead More

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William Gross, Boston’s 1st Black police commissioner, to retire

BOSTON (AP) — Boston Police Commissioner William Gross, who became the city’s first Black top cop in 2018, is retiring, officials said Thursday. Gross, aRead More

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In-person learning during pandemic possible with right precautions, CDC researchers say

 (CNN) — Many parents and caregivers remain worried about the safety of their children in schools amid the coronavirus pandemic, but experts from the USRead More

Walsh: Boston to move forward with reopening process as COVID metrics improve

Mayor Martin J. Walsh on Tuesday announced that Boston will be moving forward into the next phase of its reopening process, in part due toRead More

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Cambridge-based Moderna says vaccine works against emerging COVID-19 variants

Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine works against emerging COVID-19 variants, the Cambridge-based biotechnology company announced Monday. The vaccine retains neutralizing activity against new virus variants that wereRead More

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Mass. residents with compromised immune systems growing frustrated as they await word on COVID-19 vaccinations

Massachusetts residents with compromised immune systems are growing increasingly frustrated as they eagerly await guidance on when they will be able to access the COVID-19Read More

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Baker: All groups in 1st phase of state’s vaccination plan can now get COVID shot

Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday announced that all groups in the first phase of Massachusetts’ vaccination plan can now register to get the COVID-19 shotRead More

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DA: No bail for man who fatally struck, dragged victim in Belmont road rage incident

A man accused of hurling racial slurs before he fatally struck and dragged another man with a pickup truck during an apparent road rage incidentRead More

Demonstrators in Boston call for justice in MLK Day march

Dozens of people marched through Boston on Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday to call for racial justice and speak out against police brutality. Activists decriedRead More