Ally Jarmanning, WBUR

Ally Jarmanning


Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Allison:

After Hours Of Peaceful Protest Against Police Brutality, Conflicts Escalate Between Officers, Protesters

The protests were peaceful for hours. Then, as the official protest ended and night fell, the situation began to deteriorate between protesters and police in pockets of the city. A police car was ignited on Tremont Street. There were reports of protesters hurling bricks at officers, and of officers hitting some people with tear gas or pepper spray. → Read More

After Brawl At Bristol County Jail Involving Sheriff, Advocates For Immigrant Detainees Call For Investigation

Lawyers and advocates for the detainees are calling for a swift, independent investigation into what happened. → Read More

Mass. Now Has More Than 5,000 Reported Coronavirus Cases

The newest statistics from the state show 5,752 confirmed cases as of Monday, with 56 deaths attributed to COVID-19. → Read More

Mass. Extends Tax Deadline To July 15, Mirroring Federal Government

Massachusetts is extending the deadline to file income taxes by three months, to July 15, because of the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Unemployment Claims In Mass. Skyrocket, With A Nearly 1900% Increase In Claims

Federal data show 147,995 claims were filed for the week ending March 21, up from 7,449 the previous week. → Read More

Here Are The Essential Businesses In Massachusetts, Under Baker's New Order

Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday ordered all "non-essential" businesses and organizations to close by noon Tuesday for at least two weeks. → Read More

Baker Orders All Non-Essential Mass. Businesses To Close Starting Tuesday

Gov. Charlie Baker Monday ordered all businesses and organizations that are not providing essential services to close, effective Tuesday noon. → Read More

Baker: No Shelter In Place Planned, Will Send $5M In Funds To Local Boards Of Health

Gov. Charlie Baker reiterated what he's said for days — that he does not plan to issue a statewide shelter in place order. "I’ve spoken about this before but let me be clear: we are not planning any shelter in place orders," he said at a press conference Tuesday afternoon. Baker also announced $5 million in emergency funds will be sent to local boards of health to help cities and towns respond… → Read More

Tom Brady To Leave Patriots

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady announced Tuesday morning he is leaving the Patriots. → Read More

Mass. Now Has 197 Known Cases Of Coronavirus

In the newest statistics released Monday afternoon, the state said 1,296 people have been tested for coronavirus. → Read More

Mass. Offering Emergency Loans To Small Businesses Affected By Coronavirus Measures

Gov. Charlie Baker said Monday the state would offer emergency loans of up to $75,000 to small businesses affected by the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Baker Bans Dining In Bars And Restaurants, Closes Schools, Bars Gatherings Of More Than 25

Gov. Charlie Baker on Sunday closed bars and restaurants across the state, except for takeout and delivery, and banned any gatherings of more than 25 people. Baker also closed all public and private schools across the state starting Tuesday, until April 7. The ban on gatherings ranges from faith based groups to fitness classes and civic meetings. It also begins Tuesday and will run until April… → Read More

Workers At Brigham And Women's, Mass. Eye And Ear Test Positive For Coronavirus

Brigham and Women's Hospital on Sunday said one of its health care workers tested positive for the coronavirus. → Read More

Latest Mass. Map And Case Count: Breaking Down Coronavirus Here In Charts

WBUR's interactive map and charts detailing the number of reported coronavirus cases in Massachusetts. → Read More

West Roxbury Mother And Two Children Die In Double Murder-Suicide

In a press conference Thursday, Rollins called the deaths a double murder-suicide. She identified the mother as Erin Pascal, 40, and her two children: 4-year-old Allison and year-and-a-half-old Andrew. → Read More

Federal Judge Orders Temporary Release Of Cambodian Man Held By Immigration Officials

Seoun Kim is one of the plaintiffs in a case alleging that Immigration and Customs Enforcement is unlawfully detaining the immigrant spouses of American citizens. → Read More

Tsarnaev’s Attorneys Want Him Off Death Row. Here’s What They'll Argue

Tsarnaev's attorneys focused their appeal on where the trial was held, issues with the jury and evidence about the alleged previous crimes of older brother and co-conspirator Tamerlan Tsarnaev. → Read More

Boston Police Worked 9,000 Overtime Hours At The ‘Straight Pride’ Parade. Zero Minutes Were Captured By Body Cameras

Four months into the Boston Police body camera rollout, officers aren't wearing cameras during overtime shifts. City officials say that could change. → Read More

Sen. Warren Asks DOJ Inspector General To Investigate Private Prison Transport Companies

Warren and her colleagues asked the inspector general to examine the DOJ's oversight of the private prison transport industry dating back to 2003, spanning three presidential administrations. → Read More

Too Hot For The T? Here Are Some Of The Ads The MBTA Rejected

What do the JFK Library, online dating company OkCupid, a local poetry nonprofit and a book called "White Fragility" have in common? They've all had ads rejected by the MBTA. → Read More