Massachusetts Extends Mask Requirement for Public Schools

BOSTON (AP) — A mask mandate for Massachusetts public schools is being extended through at least Jan. 15. State education officials announced the … [Read more...]

Massachusetts Unemployment Rate Up Slightly in September

BOSTON (AP) — The unemployment rate in Massachusetts increased by two-tenths of a percentage point in September to 5.2% but the state added nearly … [Read more...]

Amid Air Quality Concerns, Districts Embrace Electric Buses

BOSTON (AP) - Efforts to make school buses greener are gaining momentum thanks to billions of dollars in spending in the federal infrastructure … [Read more...]

Massachusetts Hospital Workers Lose Bid on Vaccine Mandate

BOSTON (AP) - A federal judge has denied a request by several employees at the largest hospital system in Massachusetts for an injunction to block the … [Read more...]

New High-Tech Buoy Coming to Buzzards Bay

BOSTON (AP) - A high-tech buoy designed to enhance maritime safety is being installed in Buzzards Bay. State environmental officials say the buoy … [Read more...]

About 1,600 State Workers Miss Vaccine Deadline, Face Firing

BOSTON (AP) — Nearly 1,600 Massachusetts state employees had not proven they are vaccinated against the coronavirus or had sought a vaccine exemption … [Read more...]

John Paul II School Addresses Racism Incident During Football Game

HYANNIS - St. John Paul II School has issued a statement following a report from Cathedral High School football players alleging that at least one … [Read more...]

October Declared Massachusetts Cranberry Month

BOSTON - Governor Charlie Baker recently declared October as Massachusetts Cranberry Month in an effort to promote the statewide industry. State … [Read more...]

Justices Seem Set to Revive Marathon Bomber’s Death Sentence

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court sounds ready to reinstate the death penalty for convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. In more than … [Read more...]

Maps Would Draw New Lines for State House, Senate Seats

BOSTON (AP) - Massachusetts lawmakers who must draw new district lines for all 200 state House and Senate seats unveiled maps Tuesday they said would … [Read more...]



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