Robert Goulston, Boston 25 News

Robert Goulston

Boston 25 News

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Robert:

Cleanup continues after impact of Isaias

Power crews are continuing to work to try to reconnect power after Tropical Storm Isaias took out trees and utility poles. → Read More

Governor Baker says rising COVID-19 cases could mean changes to reopening guidelines

The state’s health numbers are slipping and Governor Charlie Baker says action may be needed if it continues to happen. → Read More

Western Mass. prepping for arrival of Tropical Storm Isaias

We are usually along the coast talking to people as the board up for the high winds and rain when a tropical storm approaches New England, but this time around it is campers hunkering down. → Read More

Final plan for upcoming school year still in limbo

Parents will find out the school format weeks before the first day of class. → Read More

Sgt. Sean Gannon’s accused killer returns to court for pre-trial hearing

The man accused of killing Yarmouth Police Sergeant Sean Gannon was back in court for a pre-trial hearing on Tuesday. → Read More

Lifeguards bracing for hot and busy weekend at local beaches

Cape beaches are bracing for crowds as temperatures are expected to get uncomfortable this weekend. → Read More

Despite continued reopening, Boston’s tourism industry still struggling in mid-summer

Even if the numbers continue trending in a positive direction, the tourism industry in the city is not even close to being out of the woods. → Read More

Suspect in shooting at South Shore Plaza held without bail

A 21-year-old man charged with striking a 15-year-old girl when he fired a gun inside a Braintree’s South Short Plaza pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Monday and was held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing. → Read More

COVID-19 pandemic driving up boat sales this summer

Boat brokers say they are seeing a spike in sales as people try to find new hobbies since traveling this summer is more complicated. → Read More

Norwood Hospital continues cleanup days after severe storm

The flooding left a mess outside and inside the hospital. Three days later, the hospital remains temporarily closed. → Read More

College deans meet to discuss ways to help prospective students applying amid pandemic

Many colleges are working together to make sure students know what they are looking for as they apply for admission during the pandemic. → Read More

Towns working to keep locals, visitors healthy as tourism ramps up on the Cape

The Cape tourism season is beginning to show signs of life. → Read More

Boston city council approves $3.6 billion operating budget

Boston’s operating budget has been signed off by the City Council; the $3.6 billion budget will go into effect on July 1st. → Read More

Black COVID-19 coalition member shares his disappointment to Gov. Baker during press conference

When Gov. Baker opened up the briefing for questions, some local residents began to speak out. → Read More

Restaurants officially reopen for indoor dining as Phase 2 continues in Mass.

It was day one of Phase 2 Part 2. Restaurants are now permitted to have inside dining. → Read More

Baker hopes to release information on police reform in coming days

Police reform is expected from the State House. → Read More

City of Boston estimates it could be out $80 million due to COVID-19 pandemic

The city estimates it could potentially lose up to $80 million because of the pandemic. → Read More

Restaurants still face reopening challenges despite outdoor dining capabilities in Phase 2

Sit-down dining is open for most places, though there are still some hurdles for restaurants that do not already have outdoor patios. → Read More

Retailers await Baker’s decision about when to re-open businesses for in-store shopping

Retailers are anxiously awaiting whether they will be able to open their businesses for in-store shopping. → Read More

Walsh: City leaders are listening closely to protests

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, who openly talks about his recovery from alcohol addiction, says the country and city’s racism recovery also involves admitting there is a problem. → Read More