More Communities Recommend Masks Amid Rise in COVID-19 Cases

BOSTON (AP) — Cambridge and Nantucket are joining Provincetown as the latest Massachusetts communities to recommend donning face masks indoors again … [Read more...]

House OKs Sports Betting Bill but Fate in Senate Uncertain

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts House lawmakers have overwhelming approved a bill to legalize sports betting in the state, but it’s fate in the Senate … [Read more...]

Small Businesses Lifted By Return of Summer Tourists

NEW YORK (AP) - Small businesses in the U.S. that depend on tourism and vacationers say business is bouncing back, as Americans rebook postponed trips … [Read more...]

As Tokyo Games Open, Can Olympic Flame Burn Away the Funk?

TOKYO (AP) - The Tokyo Games are arriving at last, after a yearlong delay. They're a multinational showcase of the finest athletes of a world … [Read more...]

More COVID-19 Cases Linked to Provincetown Cluster

BOSTON (AP) — More than 130 new cases of COVID-19 have been linked to an outbreak in a popular Cape Cod resort town. State health officials say … [Read more...]

Biden Says Getting Vaccinated “Gigantically Important”

CINCINNATI (AP) - President Joe Biden expressed pointed frustration over the slowing COVID-19 vaccination rate in the U.S. In a TV town hall … [Read more...]

Report: Many Boats Fail to Brake for Endangered Whales

PORTLAND, MAINE (AP) - An environmental advocacy group says many boats don’t comply with speed restrictions designed to protect an endangered species … [Read more...]

Rare ‘Breakthrough’ COVID Cases are Causing Alarm, Confusion

BOSTON (AP) - While reports of athletes, lawmakers and others occasionally getting the coronavirus despite vaccination may sound alarming, top health … [Read more...]

State Urges Fishing Industry to Apply for $24M in Virus Aid

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts’ fishing industry is being urged to apply for nearly $24 million in federal coronavirus relief funds. Gov. Charlie … [Read more...]

Infrastructure Bill Fails First Vote; Senate to Try Again

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans have rejected an effort to begin debate on a bipartisan infrastructure deal that senators brokered with President … [Read more...]



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