Weather 31 mins ago

Mostly Sunny Afternoon, Evening Showers Possible

Our day started off with clouds, but we then saw a few breaks in the overcast which allowed us to warm up quickly. Due to daytime heating and colder air aloft, clouds will increase this afternoon and ...

  • Vermont State Police 14 hours ago

    Vermont State Police Looking for Missing Man

    Police in Vermont are looking for a missing 63-year-old man from Bristol. Vermont State Police say Walter Rusch was reported missing from his home at 5:45 p.m. Friday. According to police, Rusch was last seen at home overnight Thursday into Friday but was gone by 6 a.m. Rusch is believed to be on foot and may have been spotted walking…...
  • Boston 12 hours ago

    Hundreds March Through Boston for Daunte Wright: ‘We Gotta Do Something'

    Hundreds protested in Boston on Saturday, calling for justice and change following last weekend’s police shooting death of Daunte Wright. Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, was shot and killed by former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter during an April 11 traffic stop in suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota — just miles from where Geor...
  • Boston Red Sox 17 hours ago

    Red Sox's Offseason Acquisitions Showed Up Big in Win Vs. White Sox

    Chaim Bloom and Alex Cora deserve credit for how the Red Sox offseason acquisitions have played this season.

  • Massachusetts 12 hours ago

    Mass. Confirms 1,694 New COVID-19 Cases, 10 More Deaths

    Health officials in Massachusetts reported another 1,694 coronavirus cases on Saturday, pushing the state’s total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases over 630,000. Ten new deaths were also reported. The latest update from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health puts the total number of confirmed cases at 630,206 and the death toll at 17,...
  • Massachusetts 11 hours ago

    More Than 2 Million Mass. Residents Fully Vaccinated

    Massachusetts reached a big vaccination milestone on Saturday. More than 2 million Bay State residents have been fully vaccinated. Gov. Charlie Baker shared the news in a tweet, thanking health care workers for the state’s continued vaccination success. According to Saturday’s COVID-19 vaccine data from the state’s Department of P...
  • Maine 22 hours ago

    Maine Woman Killed in Early Morning House Fire

    A woman is dead and a man is seriously injured after an early morning house fire in Maine on Saturday. Firefighters responded to the home on Bear Mountain Road in Fairfield around 3:40a.m. Authorities believe the person who died in the fire is 56-year-old Rebecca Merrifield, a resident of the home, but are awaiting DNA results to identify the......
  • coronavirus 3 hours ago

    Entire Adult Population of Mass. to Become Eligible for COVID Vaccination Monday

    Starting Monday, anyone over the age of sixteen will be able to make an appointment to get the coronavirus vaccine in Massachusetts, one of the last states to make shots available to the general adult population. All residents can preregister to book an appointment at a mass or some regional vaccination sites at mass.gov/COVIDVaccine. &nb...
  • New Hampshire 11 hours ago

    Parent Jumps From Balcony, Handed Child in NH Apartment Fire

    One parent jumped from a third-floor apartment building balcony to the one below and the other handed off their child before escaping from a fire that had trapped people inside, firefighters in New Hampshire said. The fire was at The Pines Apartments in Concord early Friday. Firefighters rescued residents using ladders from the ground and a tower-l...
  • Weather 12 hours ago

    Showers Possible Again Sunday, Temps Will Be a Bit Warmer With Less Wind

    Friday’s spring storm brought much needed rain and even record snow for Worcester, Massachusetts, where 6.8 inches of snow fell, smashing the previous record of 2.4” set in 1992. Eastern New England is still feeling the effects of this storm that continues to linger offshore.  Spotty rain showers are possible Saturday afternoon with temperatur...
  • Vermont Apr 17

    Vermonters Ages 16-18 Can Sign Up for Vaccines Saturday

    Gov. Phil Scott has announced that Vermonters age 16 to 18 can start signing up for COVID-19 vaccine appointments on Saturday, a few days earlier than originally planned. Vaccine eligibility for all Vermonters 16 and older opens Monday. This week the state opened registration to people 30 and older. As of Friday morning nearly 18,000 in that age gr...
  • rmv 15 hours ago

    Car Inspection Stations in Mass. Are Back Up and Running. Here's What to Know

    Vehicle inspections resumed Saturday at most Massachusetts inspection stations following a malware attack on the vendor technology that issues inspection stickers. Applus Technologies, the vendor used in the commonwealth and several other states, was hit by a cyberattack on March 30, which suspended its inspection stations from operating. The issue...
  • Weather Apr 17

    Clouds Linger with Spotty Rain and Snow Showers

    Our wintry storm continues to linger offshore and will affect our weather for today.  We have some spotty rain and snow showers this morning and temperatures are in the 30s.  This afternoon we have clouds around and more showers develop in the heat of the afternoon and along the outer band of this storm.  Higher elevations will continue to see&#823...
  • Massachusetts Apr 17

    Mass. Officer Faces Criminal Charges in Racist Rant, Home Dispute

    A white Massachusetts police officer who authorities say assaulted her husband and threatened her son’s Black friend in a heated dispute over the Black Lives Matter movement is now facing criminal charges. The Boston Globe reported a district court clerk magistrate ruled Thursday there’s probable cause for criminal charges against Patri...
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