Meghan B. Kelly, WBUR

Meghan B. Kelly


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Past articles by Meghan:

As nationwide shortage continues, 'formula fairies' connect parents to formula through social media

A group of local moms have banded together on Facebook to help parents and caregivers look for infant formula during a nationwide shortage. → Read More

Screaming their heads off, moms let it all out at Charlestown High

Fed up with the stress of parenting in a COVID world, a group of local moms gathered on Thursday night to get their frustrations out with a long, loud primal scream. → Read More

Mourners, fans pay their respects to Jerry Remy, a Red Sox Hall of Famer and broadcaster

Fans paid their respects to the late Jerry Remy, a former second baseman and broadcaster for the Red Sox. → Read More

QUIZ: How Much Do You Know About Boston's Mayors?

Being mayor of Boston is serious business, but after 199 years, the office and its inhabitants have produced some trivia-friendly moments. Test your own trivia skills with this quiz about some of Boston's mayors. → Read More

The Pandemic Has Been Hard, But At Least We Have Memes To Laugh At

The COVID-19 pandemic: We laughed, we cried, we memed. → Read More

Bernie Sanders Sat On A Chair At The Biden Inauguration And The Internet Loved It

A joyful Twitter made longtime Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who attended the inauguration Wednesday, a meme ... again. → Read More

On MLK Day, Boston Rallies Call For Racial Justice And Police Accountability

The event was initially promoted as a march from Roxbury to the State House. But, as law enforcement across the U.S. remains on high alert in the wake of the U.S. Capitol attack and ahead of President-elect Biden's inauguration Wednesday, the group in charge, Violence in Boston, decided to convert the march into a rally. → Read More

Even Snow Days Are Different This Year

Not every school kid in Massachusetts gets Thursday off, despite the big nor'easter. → Read More

Photos: American Front-Line Workers Get The COVID-19 Vaccine

A look around the country as the first front-line workers in America get the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Rollback: Baker Shrinks Capacity At Nearly All Businesses; Releases New Dining Rules

The Republican governor explained the move automatically reduces capacity at nearly all businesses -- including gyms, museums, office spaces, restaurants and arcades -- to 40%, and masks must be worn at all times in workplace settings unless it is unsafe or they are in private enclosed spaces. → Read More

Thanksgiving Will Be Different. Here Are Some Ways To Minimize Risk And Celebrate

Staying home? Traveling? Here are some safety tips and suggestions for the various types of holiday celebrations you're planning for Thursday. → Read More

Yes, It's Really Snowing The Day Before Halloween

An early-in-the-season snowstorm brought a few inches of snow to most of Massachusetts. → Read More

How To Deep-Six The Deep Fakes: Spotting Election Disinformation Online

A few tips on spotting the false information that makes up the digital landscape of 2020. → Read More

A Quick Cheat Sheet For Massachusetts Voters In 2020

Before you head to the polls, be sure you know what's on the ballot this year. → Read More

How Evictions Work In Mass.

Find out what you need to know about eviction in Massachusetts during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Masks, Shutdowns, Uncertainty: 6 Months Of Coronavirus, In Photos

Six months of so many changes, documented by WBUR photographers. → Read More

We Asked, You Answered: Books For The Dog Days Of Summer

Here's what our readers recommended for some end-of-summer reading. → Read More

We Asked, You Answered: After Beheading Of Columbus Statue, Here's Who You Think Deserves A Statue

Big Papi? Melnea Cass? Whose likeness should be a statue in Boston? → Read More

PHOTOS: Hundreds Protest At State House To Call For Mass. To Reopen Amid Pandemic

About 500 protesters gathered outside the Massachusetts State House Monday, defying the ban of the gatherings of more than 10 people and demanding the governor lift the shutdown of nonessential businesses in the state. → Read More

#TogetherApart: Your Favorite Comfort Foods

We'll be keeping a list of scenes from your life in hopes that it will bring us all closer together -- even when physical distance is key. → Read More