Tents remain at Boston homeless encampment as deadline to clear area arrives

About a dozen tents remained in the area of Massachusetts Avenue and Melnea Cass Boulevard in Boston on Wednesday as city officials worked to clearRead More

Car crashes into pole, takes down power lines on Route 1 in Saugus

A car crashed into a pole, taking down power lines on Route 1 in Saugus early Wednesday morning. Troopers responding to a reported crash inRead More

Baker administration launches tool for Mass. residents to access digital COVID-19 vaccine card

BOSTON (WHDH) – Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration on Monday announced a new tool that provides Massachusetts residents a way to digitally access their COVID-19 vaccineRead More

‘Horrific’: 19 dead, including 9 children, in NYC apartment fire

NEW YORK (AP) — A malfunctioning space heater sparked a fire that filled a Bronx apartment building with thick smoke, killing 19 people including nineRead More

Parents upset as Framingham pauses sports and extracurriculars for 2 weeks due to high COVID-19 cases

Some parents said they are upset at Framingham officials shutting down school sports and other activities for the next two weeks as COVID-19 cases skyrocketRead More

‘Nice for kids to just be kids’: Winter storm creates snow playground for Mass. kids

The lights at Norwood High School may have been off on Friday but that didn’t stop kids from coming to school. With sleds in hand,Read More

Massive snow piles popping up in Mass. as crews work to clear roadways

Massive snow piles are popping up in Massachusetts as crews work to keep the roadways clear during a winter storm Friday. A plow left behindRead More

Everett residents fearful after bullets smash through family’s home

Neighbors say they’re frightened after bullets shattered the window of an Everett home while a family slept in the next room Sunday. Police responded toRead More

Officials start distributing more than 200K rapid COVID-19 tests to Mass. schools

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts began distributing 227,000 rapid, at-home COVID-19 tests Saturday to every school district, officials said. It’s hoped teachers and school staff willRead More

Revelers ring in New Year with vaccines at First Night in Boston

Crowds returned to Copley Square to celebrate First Night festivities in Boston on Friday after the annual event was held remotely last year, and linedRead More