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Early in-person voting underway at Fenway Park

Early in-person voting underway at Fenway Park

AdvertisementEarly in-person voting underway at Fenway Parkwell, the rain stopped and the sun came out just in time for voting at Fenway Park. I've been saying for a while with this election that I would walk through a wall of fire toh vote all lined up for early voting at America's most beloved polling place for the first time ever, and it's 108 years. First scorecard Oval begins at 11 a.m. Thes Bostonians arrived in our early and you're registered in Boston, right? Yeah, OK, Inside the park it was. Check in through the turnstiles. Cast your ballot. Get a glimpse of the field on your way...

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Worcester researchers study link between microbiome and Alzheimer's disease

Worcester researchers study link between microbiome and Alzheimer's disease

AdvertisementWorcester researchers study link between microbiome and Alzheimer's diseaseEMILY: RESEARCHERS IN WORCESTER ARE TAKING A CLOSER LOOK AT ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE BY STUDYING THE BACTERIA IN YOUR BELLY. >> OUR MAIN THEORY ON THIS IS THAT YOUR GUT INFLUENCES YOUR SYSTEMIC IMMUNE PROFILE, WHICH THEN AFFECTS YOUR BRAIN PROFILE. EMILY: DR. JOHN HARAN, THE CLINICAL DIRECTOR OF THE UMASS CENTER FOR MICROBIOME RESEARCH. HIS TEAM WAS JUST AWARDED A $3.3 MILLION GRANT TO EXPLORE HOW THE GUT MICROBIOME CAN AFFECT COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING. DR. HARAN SAYS THE MICROBIOME IS A COMPLEX ORGAN MADE UP OF...

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NH Gov. Chris Sununu plans to sue Massachusetts in U.S. Supreme Court over taxation of remote workers during pandemic

NH Gov. Chris Sununu plans to sue Massachusetts in U.S. Supreme Court over taxation of remote workers during pandemic

AdvertisementNH Gov. Chris Sununu plans to sue Massachusetts in U.S. Supreme Court over taxation of remote workers during pandemicBREAKING SITUATION AS MORE INFORMATION BECOMES AVAILABLE. ALSO BREAKING, NEW HAMPSHIRE’S GOVERNOR SAYS HE WILL TAKE MASSACHUSETTS TO THE SUPREME COURT OVER THE TAXATION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE REMOTE WORKERS. THANK FOR JOINING US. I’M ERIKA TARANTAL. ANTOINETTE: GOVERNOR CHRIS SUNUNU SAYS HE IS TAKING ACTION AFTER THE MASS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE APPROVED A RULE AND OPPOSES MASSACHUSETTS INCOME TAX ON NEW HAMPSHIRE RESIDENTS WHO ARE WORKING FROM HOME FOR MASSACHUSETTS...

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Oct 16
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4 states removed from Massachusetts 'lower-risk' list

4 states removed from Massachusetts 'lower-risk' list

AdvertisementAdvertisement4 states removed from Massachusetts 'lower-risk' listMassachusetts has removed another four states from its list of lower-risk locations that do not require travelers to fill out a form, undergo testing or quarantine.New Jersey, New Mexico, Washington and Colorado were removed from the Department of Public Health's list. Washington, D.C. was added as a lower-risk location. Currently, the lower-risk locations list includes: Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Vermont and Washington, D.C.Rhode Island is still considered a higher risk state, and restrictions...

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Mass. woman has vehicle repossessed by leasing company

Mass. woman has vehicle repossessed by leasing company

AdvertisementMass. woman has vehicle repossessed by leasing companyWACHUSETT DAM IN CLINTON IS A BEAUTIFUL SPOT FOR AN EARLY FALL HIKE, BUT ONE THAT CAN QUICKLY BE RUINED IF YOU RETURN TO THE PARKING LOT AND FIND YOUR CAR GONE. >> I CALLED 911. [LAUGHTER] BEN: IT WOULD BECOME NO LAUGHING MATTER FOR NOEL EDGREN. CLINTON POLICE KNEW WHERE HER CAR WAS. >> THEY TOLD ME THAT THE CAR WAS REPOSSESSED, AND IT WAS IN LEOMINISTER. BEN: THAT’S RIGHT. HER WHITE, 2016 CHEVY CRUZ LIKE THIS ONE HAD BEEN REPOSSESSED BY HER LEASING COMPANY, GM FINANCIAL, DESPITE BEING FULLY UP-TO-DATE WITH PAYMENTS. >> MY...

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Oct 6
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Recognize these photos? High school portraits found in decades old murder case file

Recognize these photos? High school portraits found in decades old murder case file

AdvertisementDetectives believe Colleen Orsburn was murdered by serial killer Christopher WilderRecognize these photos? High school portraits found in decades old murder case fileDetectives believe Colleen Orsburn was murdered by serial killer Christopher WilderMARIA: POLICE IN FLORIDA ARE WORKING ON A COLD CASE CONNECTED TO A SERIAL KILLER THAT THEY HOPE YOU CAN HELP THEM IDENTIFY A WOMAN IN A PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN DECADES AGO IN QUINCY. HERE IT IS RIGHT HERE. INVESTIGATORS HAVE IDENTIFIED THREE OF THE FOUR GIRLS IN THESE PHOTOS. THERE ARE STILL LOOKING FOR THE FEMALE WHO IS ON THE BOTTOM...

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Markey says he will vote to expand SCOTUS if Barrett is confirmed

Markey says he will vote to expand SCOTUS if Barrett is confirmed

AdvertisementGOP challenger Kevin O'Connor opposes the ideaSen. Ed Markey says he will vote to expand Supreme Court if Amy Coney Barrett is confirmedGOP challenger Kevin O'Connor opposes the ideathe U. S Supreme Court I wanted. Even before President Trump's Supreme Court pick was officially announced, Senator Ed Markey came to Revere to slam Judge Amy Coney Barrett. She is a clear and present danger to reproductive rights, Marquis said. He will fight barons confirmation in the Senate every way possible. But he says if Barrett is eventually put on the court, he will push to give her company....

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Sep 26
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DA Rachael Rollins publishes list of 136 current, former police officers 'whose credibility is questionable'

DA Rachael Rollins publishes list of 136 current, former police officers 'whose credibility is questionable'

AdvertisementAdvertisementDA Rachael Rollins publishes list of 136 current, former police officers 'whose credibility is questionable'Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins on Friday published a database of law enforcement officers "whose prior conduct could impact their credibility as witnesses" in future court cases. The Law Enforcement Automatic Discovery Database contains 136 names of officers. Rollins' office said 115 of those were added to the list in the last year. "The overwhelming majority of law enforcement officers and employees in Suffolk County are dedicated and...

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Sep 26
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'Appalling and outrageous' Baker says of suggestion of non-peaceful transition of power

'Appalling and outrageous' Baker says of suggestion of non-peaceful transition of power

Advertisement'Appalling and outrageous' Baker says of suggestion of non-peaceful transition of powerDEMOCRACY BY THE PEOPLE IN THE PEACEFUL TRANSFER OF POWER. >> I IS APPALLING AND OUTRAGEOUS THAT ANYONE WOULD SUGGEST FOR A MINUTE IF THEY LOSE AN ELECTIO THEY ARE NOT GOING TO LEAVE. >> A FIRED UP GOVERNOR BAKER, RESPONDING TO COMMENTS MADE YESTERDAY BY PRESIDENT TRUMP, WHO WAS ASKED POINT BLANK, IF HE WILL HONOR THE PEOPLE’S VOTE, AND TO COMMIT TO A PEACEFUL TRANSFER OF POWER, THE BEDROCKS OF DEMOCRACY >> WILL YOU COMMIT TO MAKING SURE THERE IS A PEACEFUL TRANSFERRAL OF POWER AFTER THE...

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569 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Mass., 26 additional deaths

569 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Mass., 26 additional deaths

AdvertisementDaily positive test rate jumps to 2.67%569 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Massachusetts, 26 additional deathsDaily positive test rate jumps to 2.67%Advertisement569 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Massachusetts, 26 additional deathsDaily positive test rate jumps to 2.67%The Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported an additional 569 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, bringing the statewide total to 125,139.There were 21,298 new molecular tests conducted, with a 2.67% daily positive rate. State health officials also confirmed 26 new COVID-19-related deaths across...

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Sep 19
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Another state removed from Massachusetts 'lower-risk' states list

Another state removed from Massachusetts 'lower-risk' states list

AdvertisementAdvertisementAnother state removed from Massachusetts 'lower-risk' states listMassachusetts has removed another state from its list of lower-risk states that do not require travelers to fill out a form, undergo testing or quarantine.On Friday, Wyoming was removed from the Department of Public Health's list. No states were added.Currently, the lower-risk states list includes: Colorado, Connecticut, Maine, New Jersey, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Vermont and Washington.Rhode Island is still considered a higher risk state, and restrictions on travel between...

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Sep 18
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'Egregious violation of the rules': Parents sent COVID-19 positive student to Attleboro school

'Egregious violation of the rules': Parents sent COVID-19 positive student to Attleboro school

Advertisement'Egregious violation of the rules': Parents sent COVID-19 positive student to Attleboro schoolTHOUGHT THERE WOULD BE AT LEAST ONE CASE OF COVID AT SOME POINT DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR, BUT HE DID NOT THINK IT WOULD HAPPEN ON DAY ONE NOR DID HE THINK IT WOULD HAPPEN LIKE THIS. THE MAYOR OF ATTLEBORO NOT MINCING WORDS OVER THE FACT THAT A FAMILY SENT THEIR CHILD TO ATTLEBORO HIGH MONDAY, THE FIR DAY OF SCHOOL, DESPITE KNOWING THE TEENAGER HAD TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID-19. BILL: WE HAVE A DAILY HEALTH CHECKLIST THAT WE ASK EVERYBODY TO ADHERE TO, AND IF YOU’RE IN THE TESTING...

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Sep 16
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Sudbury, Lincoln police seeking ID of suspicious man claiming to be selling magazines

Sudbury, Lincoln police seeking ID of suspicious man claiming to be selling magazines

AdvertisementAdvertisementSudbury, Lincoln police seeking ID of suspicious man claiming to be selling magazinesPolice in Sudbury and Lincoln are seeking to identify a suspicious man. Sudbury police said at approximately 3:15 p.m. Tuesday, there was a report about a man on a black scooter and wearing a dark-colored hoodie and full face mask who approached a residence on Route 117. The man entered the garage of the residence and when confronted by the homeowner, he explained that he was selling magazines, Sudbury police said. Police said they believe that to be a ruse but, if it is true, it...

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Sep 16
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Police officers among veterans benefitting from court program

Police officers among veterans benefitting from court program

AdvertisementBrave Act can help officers return to policingPolice officers among veterans benefiting from court diversion programBrave Act can help officers return to policingIT THE MAN WHO WAS ARRESTED AFTER ALLEGEDLY PUNCHING HIM IN THE FACE AT THE JIMMY BUFFETT CONCERT IN MANSFIELD LAST SUMMER WAS SUDDENLY OFF THE HOOK. A JUDGE IN ATTLEBORO DISTRICT COURT DISMISSED THE ASSAULT AND BATTERY AND RESISTING ARREST CHARGES AGAINST THOMAS BENT, JUST LIKE THAT. BENT IS A BOSTON POLICE OFFICER. HE’S ALSO A MARINE CORPS VETERAN SO HE’S ELIGIBLE FOR THE BRAVE ACT. IT’S A DIVERSION PROGRAM THAT...

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Jan 31
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Mass. mill working to reintroduce healthier, tastier wheat products

Mass. mill working to reintroduce healthier, tastier wheat products

AdvertisementMassachusetts mill working to reintroduce healthier, tastier wheat productsAPPEARANCE AT THE END OF THE PARADE. MARIA: FIRST CENTURY'S FLOUR MILL WAS THE CORNERSTONE OF A HEALTHY LOCAL FOOD SYSTEM, BUT INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION, OUR COUNTRY LOST THE IDEA OF FRESH FLOUR. ED: NOW THERE'S A LOCAL COMPANY THAT IS HOPING TO BRING THAT TRADITION BACK. ONE WHOLE GRAIN AT A TIME. OUR DOUG MEEHAN HAS NOR FROM LYNN IN TONIGHT'S MADE IN MASS. >> The Reporter: AT ONE MIGHTY MILL IN LYNN, THEY'RE ON A DAILY QUEST TO GRIND OUT MISCONCEPTIONS OF PERHAPS THE MOST CRITICAL FOOD STAPLE MAN HAS EVER...

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Sep 15
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Flagship Kelly's Roast Beef location temporarily closes after employee COVID-19 case

Flagship Kelly's Roast Beef location temporarily closes after employee COVID-19 case

AdvertisementAdvertisementFlagship Kelly's Roast Beef location temporarily closes after employee COVID-19 caseThe flagship Kelly's Roast Beef's location in Revere was temporarily closed on Thursday and Friday after an employee at the location tested positive for COVID-19, a spokesperson for the restaurant said.The spokesperson said the restaurant is having the location professionally cleaned and sanitized. It was also having every employee who works at the location tested for COVID-19. The restaurant anticipates it will reopen the location to customers on Saturday.The city of Revere, as...

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Sep 11
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24-year-old man dies in Quincy stabbing, district attorney says

24-year-old man dies in Quincy stabbing, district attorney says

Sorry, this site is not accessible in your region.Advertisement24-year-old man dies in Quincy stabbing, district attorney saysA Massachusetts man has died of his injuries after he was stabbed in Quincy, according to Norolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey.Authorities said the stabbing happened Friday night in a parking lot near the intersection of Hancock and Woodbine streets in the city's Wollaston neighborhood.People who knew the victim told police of the stabbing at about 10:45 p.m., Morrissey said.The victim, identified as 24-year-old Cameron Nohmy, was transported to Boston Medical...

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Sep 12
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Pressley, Warren propose bill to use CDC to confront structural racism

Pressley, Warren propose bill to use CDC to confront structural racism

AdvertisementAdvertisementPressley, Warren propose bill to use CDC to confront structural racismTwo members of the Massachusetts Congressional delegation are introducing a bill to the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate which would use the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to confront structural racism nationwide.Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Ayanna Pressley, together with Rep. Barbara Lee of California, announced their bill Thursday. It is called The Anti-Racism in Public Health Act.If it becomes law, the act would create two new programs within the CDC."With the...

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11 Northeastern students dismissed for semester after being caught at Westin Hotel gathering, school says

11 Northeastern students dismissed for semester after being caught at Westin Hotel gathering, school says

Advertisement11 Northeastern students dismissed for semester after being caught at Westin Hotel gathering, school says11 kids in the Western Hotel are gonna get sent home because they were having a party. I hope it doesn't affect any of us because we're obviously quarantining and doing safe social distancing. University officials say the party was Wednesday night inside a room in the West in less than a mile from campus, which is being used to house 801st year students who were supposed to be abroad for the semester. Instead, they were assigned to to a room. No parties, no guests, no...

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Transit police say they've identified man who 'terrorized' MBTA bus

Transit police say they've identified man who 'terrorized' MBTA bus

AdvertisementTransit police say they've identified man who 'terrorized' MBTA busAdvertisementTransit police say they've identified man who 'terrorized' MBTA busTransit police say they have identified a man who "terrorized and attempted to assault an #MBTA bus operator" in Cambridge. The incident occurred on Aug. 28 in Cambridge, near the intersection of Mount Auburn Street and Coolidge Street, according to Transit Police Superintendent Richard Sullivan. Sullivan released video of the incident and identified the man as a 23-year-old, but said no additional information about the suspect would...

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Plymouth Rock targeted by vandals again

Plymouth Rock targeted by vandals again

AdvertisementPlymouth Rock targeted by vandals againHAPPENING AGAIN >> PLYMOUTH ROCK, A SOLID STEADFAST REMINDER OF THE BIRTH OF THE NATION, YET TARGETED, VANDALIZED >> I DID SEE IT. LEAD OR OIL PAINT IT WAS COVERED ALL OVER THE GROUN >> IT SPLATTERED ALL OVER IT SEEMED TO BE A GALLON. >> IT’S ONE OF OUR TREASURES AND TO THE COUNTRY IT’S THE BEGINNING OF OUR STORY AND IT’S HURTFUL DON’T KNOW IF IT WAS A PRANK OR HAT >> WE HAVE A COUPLE DETECTIVES WORKING IT AND WE HAVE VIDEO FOOTAGE OF THE AREA POLICE ARE CONFIDENT WITH LEADS JUST LIKE WHEN PLYMOUTH ROCK WAS VANDALIZED FEBRUARY 17 AND A...

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Mayor Walsh says taking photo without mask was 'foolish move'

Mayor Walsh says taking photo without mask was 'foolish move'

AdvertisementBoston Mayor Marty Walsh says taking photo without mask was 'foolish move'THEATRES ARE NOT ALLOWED TO OPEN AT THIS TIME. EMILY: BOSTON MAYOR MARTY WALSH FACING SOME CRITICISM ONLINE AFTER A PICTURE SHOWING HIM NOT WEARING A MASK NEXT TO STRANGERS. WALSH HAS BEEN A STAUNCH ADVOCATE OF THE MASK ORDER FOR MONTHS. HE SAYS HE ATTENDED A FAMILY WEDDING OVER THE WEEKEND, A SMALL GATHERING OF ABOUT 20 PEOPLE. ON HIS WAY OUT HE WAS STOPPED BY PEOPLE HE DID NOT KNOW AND THEY SNAPPED A SELFIE WITH HIM. HE SAYS HE WAS CAUGHT OFF GUARD, BUT STILL SHOULD HAVE PUT ON HIS MASK. >> I HAD THE...

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Gov. Baker "can't imagine a reason not to go back" to school in most communities, based on COVID-19 case rate

Gov. Baker "can't imagine a reason not to go back" to school in most communities, based on COVID-19 case rate

AdvertisementGov. Baker "can't imagine a reason not to go back" to school in most communities, based on COVID-19 case rateWHERE THEY WERE MONTHS AGO. WE JUST NEED TO CONTINUE THE PROGRESS. REPORTER: [INAUDIBLE] GOV. BAKER: I KNOW THAT THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND I JUST SPOKE TO COMMISSIONER RILEY OVER THE WEEKEND. HE HAS A REGULAR, ONGOING DIALOGUE WITH SUPERINTENDENTS. HE IS TALKING TO THEM PRACTICALLY EVERY DAY AT THIS POINT. WE WOULD CERTAINLY HOPE THAT BASED ON THIS DATA, IF YOU ARE IN A GREEN OR WHITE COMMUNITY, AND I CANNOT IMAGINE A GOOD REASON NOT TO GO BACK, WHETHER IT IS FULL...

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Former Boston police union president arrested amid child rape allegations, 5 Investigates reports

Former Boston police union president arrested amid child rape allegations, 5 Investigates reports

AdvertisementFormer Boston police union president arrested amid child rape allegations, 5 Investigates reportslongtime Boston police officer will face a judge here tomorrow at the West Roxbury district. Court sources say he faces several charges related to child sex abuse. We want once a high profile police officer, Patrick Rose, was the face of the Boston police union, now facing serious charges himself, Sources tell. Five investigates Rose faces multiple counts, including indecent assault and battery of a child under 14. State police confirmed he was arrested and brought to the Milton...

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Shaw 54th Regiment Memorial defaced during protests

Shaw 54th Regiment Memorial defaced during protests

AdvertisementAdvertisementShaw 54th Regiment Memorial defaced during protestsA monument recognizing the first all-volunteer black regiment of the Union Army during the Civil War was defaced during Sunday's protests.Multiple demonstrations had gathered in Boston peacefully throughout the day, lending their voices to the nationwide anger sparked by the death of George Floyd, a black man who died on Memorial Day after being pinned to the ground by the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer.The monument, which stands across from the Massachusetts State House, is currently surrounded in...

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