With Audit Threat, State Escalates Push For In-Person Schooling In Low-Risk Communities
Local authorities say the latest escalation — a strongly-worded letter from the education commissioner — endangers months of careful planning, and could force risky changes with the school year already underway.
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Disciplinary Hearings Begin For Ex-Prosecutors Accused Of Withholding Evidence In Farak Drug Lab Scandal
The Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers begins disciplinary hearings Monday for three former state assistant attorneys general accused of not disclosing evidence during the drug lab scandal involving disgraced chemist...
With 6 New Communities Deemed High Risk For The Coronavirus, How Does Massachusetts Mitigate Spread?
We check in with two of the communities and a local doctor.
Living Through Corona: Robert Lewis, Jr.
We premiere a new series, talking with a wide variety of folks about what their experience has been like and how they are coping with...