Josh Brogadir, WCVB-TV Boston

Josh Brogadir

WCVB-TV Boston

Boston, MA, United States

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  • WMUR TV

Recent articles by Josh:

Protester shakes hands with Boston police officer during tense demonstration

The Mattapan resident wanted to prove his point that not all police officers are bad. → Read More

Looting 'doesn't solve problem,' business owners say as city looks to reopen

Cleanup is under way in Boston after hours of peaceful protests turned violent overnight, with rioters and looters leaving a path of destruction. → Read More

Popular North End dog park reopens after coronavirus closure

"It’s like a little bit of neighborhood community in this craziness," said Stephanie Rampello, who brought her dog to the park. → Read More

No more than 6 players on ice, non-contact skating: NHL releases guidelines

The NHL released guidelines on reopening practice facilities by early June, setting the stage for hockey to return this summer. → Read More

1,000 flags planted on Boston Common overnight for Memorial Day

The coronavirus pandemic is forcing changes to many of the events that would normally take place on Memorial Day. → Read More

Members of Mass. church donating groceries during coronavirus pandemic

Every week, more and more families are continuing to donate food to those in need during the COVID-19 crisis. → Read More

Construction sites reopen as phase 1 begins

Massachusetts the 49th state to begin the re-opening process. → Read More

Firefighters battle fire at vacant Fall River mill

Firefighters are battling a fire at a mill complex in Fall River. → Read More

54 residents at Medford nursing home die of coronavirus, report says

Fifty-four residents at a Medford nursing home have died of the coronavirus, according to the Boston Globe. → Read More

Chelmsford nursing home worker dies of COVID-19

A Chelmsford nursing home worker has died from coronavirus. → Read More

Hacker shows porn to 4th grade students during Zoom meeting

A criminal investigation is underway after a Medway school orientation held on Zoom took a disturbing turn. → Read More

What Baker says needs to happen before Massachusetts can reopen

The governor says he is not ready to lift his stay-at-home advisory, which is set to expire May 4, as other states attempt to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Citing COVID-19, coastal town doesn't want to turn on water to seasonal homes

A battle over water is heating up in one coastal town. The issue is whether turning on water meters at summer homes should be considered "essential" during the pandemic. → Read More

Coach offers tips to help young athletes through COVID-19 sports shutdowns

Young athletes may be struggling to come to terms with the face that their sports seasons have been delayed or canceled, and one local coach is reaching out to help families work through this challenging time. → Read More

Coach offers tips to help young athletes through COVID-19 sports shutdowns

Young athletes may be struggling to come to terms with the face that their sports seasons have been delayed or canceled, and one local coach is reaching out to help families work through this challenging time. → Read More

Concerns grow about possible meat shortages at grocery stores

Grocery shopping has already become a challenge because of the pandemic and experts are issuing a warning about new problems. → Read More

Hour wait for coffee?! Drive-thru traffic backing up onto roads

Massachusetts residents who are trying to combat cabin fever are headed out to the drive-thrus, creating traffic jams that are backing up onto roads. → Read More

Grocery store workers can now be tested for COVID-19 at two drive-thru sites

With a surge of coronavirus cases expected to hit Massachusetts, the state is expanding access to COVID-19 test sites. → Read More

City works to bolster frontline staff ahead of expected coronavirus surge

Gov. Charlie Baker put three orders in place to bolster medical staff ahead of the expected surge of coronavirus cases. → Read More

Haverhill fining residents who do not follow social distancing guidelines

A large gathering at a city park that caused officials to take action. → Read More