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First lady defends president’s handling of virus

First lady defends president’s handling of virus

APWEST BEND, Wis. (AP) — Melania Trump is defending the president’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic and criticizing Democrat Joe Biden for his dire warnings about the crisis.The first lady says in prepared remarks to a crowd in Wisconsin that the Trump administration has “worked tirelessly” on behalf of Americans during the crisis. She’s accusing congressional Democrats of being obstacles to further virus aid.Like the president, Melania Trump is going after Biden for saying the United States is headed for a “dark winter” due to the pandemic.The first lady says “that is not the...

October 31, 2020
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Feds: Fraudster blew $30,000 in Vegas with virus loan money

Feds: Fraudster blew $30,000 in Vegas with virus loan money

APPROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A convicted bank robber from Rhode Island fraudulently obtained $600,000 in forgivable federal business loans and spent $30,000 in Las Vegas before being caught, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.Michael Moller, 41, of Middletown, was held without bail pending trial at an appearance Tuesday in federal court.Moller in April filed for $4.7 million in loans through the Paycheck Protection Program to pay employees at businesses he said were based in Fall River, Massachusetts, prosecutors said. There was no evidence those businesses existed, authorities said.In addition...

September 22, 2020
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From seat belts to traffic light cameras, here’s what to know about Charlie Baker’s new road safety bill

From seat belts to traffic light cameras, here’s what to know about Charlie Baker’s new road safety bill

By, Boston.com StaffEven with empty roads for much of the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Massachusetts saw in 2020 as the state saw in 2019.And as more drivers , Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration is introducing a bill to reduce roadway deaths and update the state’s traffic laws, and it goes well beyond cars.The legislation ranges from a crackdown on seat belt scofflaws to red light cameras to new bike safety measures to a potential pathway forward for electric scooters.Here’s a look at all the proposals:Perhaps the most noticeable part of the bill would be a change in how the state...

April 26, 2021
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NFL Draft expert hearing rumors the Patriots are ‘really high’ on Justin Fields

NFL Draft expert hearing rumors the Patriots are ‘really high’ on Justin Fields

By, Weekend Sports ProducerThe Patriots spent the opening days of free agency shelling out cash to fix several holes across their roster. New England’s spent nearly $300 million so far this offseason addressing needs at wide receiver, tight end, defensive line, linebacker, and the secondary.The one need they haven’t addressed, at least by bringing in a new face, is quarterback. The Patriots re-signed Cam Newton days before the start of free agency, but have so far passed on signing a veteran quarterback.On the podcast, NFL Draft expert Daniel Jeremiah and co-host Bucky Brooks discussed how...

March 21, 2021
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‘We will get to the bottom of what happened’: Charlie Baker promises answers on 13 deaths at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home

‘We will get to the bottom of what happened’: Charlie Baker promises answers on 13 deaths at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home

By, Boston.com StaffPublic health experts are at the conducting a thorough review of the health status of staff and residents to plan appropriate next steps.— Charlie Baker (@MassGovernor)Sign up and receive coronavirus news and breaking updates, from our newsroom to your inbox.Be civil. Be kind.Get the latest breaking news sent directly to your phone. Download our free app.CloseWake up withGet Today’s Headlines every morning and breaking news as it unfolds, right to your inbox.Connect with Facebook- or -Thanks for signing up!Continue to the article

March 31, 2020
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Massachusetts restaurants can now sell wine and beer to-go during the coronavirus outbreak

Massachusetts restaurants can now sell wine and beer to-go during the coronavirus outbreak

By, Boston.com StaffDue to restrictions to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Massachusetts restaurants will only be able to offer takeout or delivery for at least another month, if not longer.However, beginning this weekend, residents may be able to tack on a bottle of wine or beer on their order.Gov. Charlie Baker signed a municipal relief bill Friday afternoon that, among other things, allows restaurants and bars that are licensed to sell alcohol to offer wine and beer for takeout and delivery for as long as the COVID-19 state of emergency remains in effect.Local breweries during the...

April 3, 2020
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Naked man allegedly assaults woman, shatters Beverly police cruiser windshield

Naked man allegedly assaults woman, shatters Beverly police cruiser windshield

By, Boston.com StaffBe civil. Be kind.Get the latest breaking news sent directly to your phone. Download our free app.CloseWake up withGet Today’s Headlines every morning and breaking news as it unfolds, right to your inbox.Connect with Facebook- or -Thanks for signing up!Continue to the article

April 21, 2020
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The death of the department store: ‘Very few are likely to survive’

The death of the department store: ‘Very few are likely to survive’

BySapna Maheshwari and Vanessa Friedman,The New York Times CompanyAmerican department stores, once all-powerful shopping meccas that anchored malls and Main Streets across the country, have been dealt blow after blow in the past decade. J.C. Penney and Sears were upended by hedge funds. Macy’s has been closing stores and cutting corporate staff. Barneys New York filed for bankruptcy last year.But nothing compares to the shock the weakened industry has taken from the . The sales of clothing and accessories fell by more than half in March, a trend that is expected to only get worse in April....

April 22, 2020
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Rob Gronkowski is coming out of retirement and reuniting with Tom Brady

Rob Gronkowski is coming out of retirement and reuniting with Tom Brady

By, Staff WriterThe Patriots are trading tight end Rob Gronkowski and a seventh-round pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a fourth-round pick, ESPN’s Adam Schefter Tuesday afternoon.The deal is pending a physical.Gronkowski, who retired in March 2019 after nine NFL seasons and three Super Bowl titles, had reportedly told the Patriots he wanted to play football again — but with former teammate Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. Tampa Bay was the only place Gronkowski wanted to play, .“Pending the physical, Rob has agreed to play for Tampa this season,” Gronkowski’s agent Drew Rosenhaus in a text...

April 21, 2020
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Another Mass. school is delaying in-person learning after a huge party defied COVID rules

Another Mass. school is delaying in-person learning after a huge party defied COVID rules

WFXT-TVDOVER, Mass. (AP) — A second Massachusetts high school is delaying the beginning of in-person learning after students held a house party amid the coroanvirus pandemic.Andrew W. Keough, superintendent of Dover-Sherborn Public Schools, said in an email to parents Monday that school would begin remotely for all high school students as a result of the party held Friday night, WFXT-TV reported. Police responded to the party that had up to 150 people who weren’t wearing marks or social distancing and were “drinking in excess,” he said.“In choosing to flout the rules set down by society in...

September 14, 2020
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