Jason Law, Boston 25 News

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Boston 25 News

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Jason:

Here’s four reasons why your health insurance will go up in 2021

Get ready to pay more at the doctor’s office, because health care costs could be going up in 2021. → Read More

Boston nonprofit says 1 in 3 Massachusetts renters face eviction

A Boston nonprofit organization has a dire forecast for Massachusetts renters. → Read More

MA firefighters adapting to COVID-19 for school fire drills

As soon as the first school bell sounds in Hingham, Fire Lieutenant Chris DiNapoli is going to do what he would do any other school year. He's going to run students through a fire drill. → Read More

Westford Police investigating ‘hate crime’ after dozens of spots vandalized

At least 26 locations in Westford have been damaged in the last ten days, according to investigators. → Read More

Canceled Topsfield Fair means ‘substantial’ financial hit for hundreds

Storms, recessions, Triple E. For 75 years, nothing stopped the Topsfield Fair. Then, COVID-19 came along. → Read More

Here are things to consider if you’re struggling to keep your child in a mask

The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education released guidance last month on what school could look like this fall. → Read More

Chelmsford mother believes man was trying to lure kids into the woods

One Chelmsford mother believes a man was trying to lure kids into the woods. → Read More

Researchers: Mass. residents leaving home almost as much as before pandemic

It seems a lot of our anxiety about leaving the house evaporated in the summer heat, and geolocation data from our cell phones support that theory. → Read More

Gov. Baker’s reform bill would make it easier to access police records

When Gov. Charlie Baker introduced his 18-page police reform bill on Beacon Hill last month, the section outlining record-keeping didn’t receive as much attention as other, more ambitious proposals. → Read More

Westford School principal returns to work after paralyzing fall

For the first time in almost a year, Kevin LaCoste woke up and got ready to go to work. → Read More

Civil damages cap may discourage Holyoke families from taking Massachusetts to court

At least 76 people at the Holyoke Veterans’ Home died from COVID-19 complications, according to a devastating, independent report released by state officials Wednesday. → Read More

With new budgets due, Massachusetts towns and cities are making tough choices

Chelmsford residents will feel the effects of COVID-19 in different ways: the possibility of slower emergency response times, reduced snow and ice removal this winter, and then increased property taxes further down the road, Cohen said. → Read More

Mass AG suing travel site BookIt.com for ‘deceptive and illegal’ activity

Attorney General Maura Healey is going after an online travel agency that she said ripped off travelers during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Boston racial profiling case could have long-reaching effect on police

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court will soon rule on a case that could have a long lasting impact on racial profiling during traffic stops. → Read More

FDA revises rules for decontaminating & reusing certain face masks made in China

The Food and Drug Administration on Sunday revised the rules for decontaminating masks, saying certain masks made in China should not be reused. → Read More

Boston mayor blasts Steward Health Care after 25 Investigates report on PPE shortages

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh had strong words for Steward Health Care after our 25 Investigates report on the company’s donations of 50,000 isolation gowns to the state. → Read More

Boston mayor blasts Steward Heath Care after 25 Investigates report on PPE shortages

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh had strong words for Steward Health Care after our 25 Investigates report on the company’s donations of 50,000 isolation gowns to the state. → Read More

Local attorney looking at Mass. nursing homes for potential wrongful death lawsuits

So many nursing home residents have died from COVID-19, it will nearly impossible for state investigators to get to the bottom of them all. → Read More

DPH: 26 people dead from COVID-19 at Littleton assisted living facility

26 people have died from COVID-19 complications at the Life Care Center of Nashoba Valley, according to newly released data from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. → Read More

Mass. nurses accuse Steward Health Care of ‘publicity stunt’ at their expense

Steward Health Care, which owns 34 hospitals nationwide, announced May 14th it was donating tens of thousands of gowns to Massachusetts health officials and first responders, but local nurses at their hospitals say they've been facing a shortage of PPE. → Read More