Wale Aliyu, Boston 25 News

Wale Aliyu

Boston 25 News

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Recent articles by Wale:

Spraying for mosquitoes carrying EEE, WNV, begins tonight in parts of the state

On Monday communities in southeastern Massachusetts and the Boston area were sprayed in efforts to curb the spread of mosquitoes infected with Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). → Read More

MA students continue six-year fight on sex assault bill that passed in NH in eight months

The legislature’s session ends Friday, but police reform isn’t the only thing on their agenda. They’re discussing another important bill that would protect the rights of college students fearing sexual assaults if and when they go back to campus. → Read More

Storm topples trees, damaging properties in Andover, Groveland

Strong winds and heavy rains pounded Andover Thursday afternoon, toppling trees and damaging properties. → Read More

Mask etiquette taken very seriously at local restaurants

Restaurants have now been open for a few weeks, but it’s going to take longer than that to adjust to the new way of life when it comes to eating out. → Read More

Group vandalizing pro-Trump home only galvanizing Trump supporters

Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a group who went on a tear in North Reading removing pro-Donald Trump posters from a home’s front porch. → Read More

M Street beachgoers crowd Southie spot with few masks despite COVID-19 fears

The M Street beach remained crowded Saturday as people found ways to beat the heat. → Read More

Overcrowding at Melrose free Covid-19 testing site forces officials to hold another day of testing

So many people tried to get tested for COVID-19 in Melrose on Friday the city will be offering testing again Saturday. → Read More

Mayor Walsh and Commissioner Gross frustrated at rise in violence in the city on the heels of Roxbury shooting

The gunman in Boston’s latest shooting remains on the loose, yet city leaders aren’t just asking for help in this case but rather all of them, especially since shooting numbers are up this year. → Read More

Company says ‘Hey Thanks’ to front line workers with free in-home shower and sanitation station

Local design and construction company sets up a "sanitization station" in a doctor's home free of charge so she and her family can stay safe while she works on the frontlines of the pandemic. → Read More

Stop & Shop unions condemn company’s cutting of wages during pandemic

Fourteen United Food and Commercial Workers local unions which collectively represent 70,000 Stop & Shop grocery workers across the United States is condemning the company’s cutting of workers’ wages during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

COVID-19 pandemic exacerbates drug and mental health issues

COVID-19 deaths now leaving loved ones in distress. Even the healthy are left with the fear of infection, economic anxiety, and isolation depression. → Read More

Fraud involving Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program in Mass. continues

For the first time, Massachusetts has revealed the extent of the fraud involving the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program. → Read More

Trump rally planned in New Hampshire on Saturday

It has been five months since President Trump visited NH, but that was before the COVID-19 pandemic began. This Saturday at 8 pm, he will be back, this time at the Portsmouth International Airport at Pease in Portsmouth. → Read More

How gyms in Massachusetts plan on re-opening during Phase 3

The temporarily closed signs on most gyms like the Anytime Fitness in Quincy will be taken down by Monday morning. → Read More

Bellingham mother survives lightning strike inside her home office

A 23-year-old mother survived a lightning strike inside her home office on Wednesday. → Read More

Following backlash, North Brookfield cancels 4th of July celebration

North Brookfield’s 1st annual 4th of July celebration is now postponed. → Read More

Unwanted fireworks remain a concern for Boston residents

Boston police say they get several hundred calls a night all complaining about the same thing... fireworks. Whether it’s a form of protest or people just thinking they’re fun, it is concerning to many residents. → Read More

Family honoring COVID-19 victims with flags on their entire front yard

They’re known in Grafton for a large Christmas display, but now hundreds of people have been coming by to see their flag display. → Read More

Hundreds gather for a different type of protest in Dorchester

Across the country on June 19, people gathered to celebrate Juneteenth, the day 155 years ago the last slaves in the country were made aware of their freedom, two years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. → Read More

Local police recruits learning new lessons in era of reform

Just as police departments across the state are experiencing reform right now, so are the police academies, where future officers are learning what it takes. → Read More