Emily Maher, WCVB-TV Boston

Emily Maher

WCVB-TV Boston

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent:
  • WCVB-TV Boston
Past:
  • kcranews
  • KSBW Action News 8
  • 4029news
  • WLKY

Recent articles by Emily:

Man, woman killed at home in Marshfield, Massachusetts

Police in Marshfield, Massachusetts and State Police are investigating an incident at a home in the South Shore community. → Read More

Cleanup continues after water main break floods Lowell homes

The water main break flooded several homes, and residents are still cleaning up. → Read More

Stores preparing for promising holiday shopping season in Mass.

Despite inflation, the Retailers Association of Massachusetts is predicting a 10% increase in local holiday sales. → Read More

'OK not to be OK': Veteran laces up for marathon for Home Base

So many veterans and service members are struggling with the invisible wounds of war. One Navy veteran is lacing up to let others know there is light at the end of the tunnel. → Read More

Mass. hotel reinstates wedding block canceled after Taylor Swift concert announcement

"I can’t apologize enough for the anguish this has caused you and your fiancé," a hotel executive said. → Read More

Harris to announce new steps to help reduce winter energy costs

She'll visit Roxbury Community College on Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

Weekly traveler becomes airport's one millionth passenger

He's the one millionth passenger to pass through Worcester Regional Airport since it reopened for commercial flights in 2013. → Read More

Boston police recruits complete traditional run to headquarters

"To watch your child fulfill his dreams is an amazing thing," one mother said. → Read More

Teachers in 2 Mass. communities prepare for possible strike

Supporters stood side by side with educators from Haverhill and Malden, where contract negotiations are underway to avoid a strike. → Read More

Walpole man in Fort Myers for Hurricane Ian, 'We thought we were going to die'

Chris Donovan was inside his Fort Myers Beach home as Category 4 Hurricane Ian battered Florida's southwest coast. → Read More

Jewish leaders in Mass. grateful for support in face of hate as Rosh Hashanah begins

Many synagogues are starting the holiday known as the Jewish New Year with tight security, as Massachusetts is experiencing a sharp rise in antisemitism. → Read More

Salvation Army members traveling to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Fiona

Two Salvation Army workers from Massachusetts are preparing to fly to the island to help with relief efforts after Hurricane Fiona. → Read More

Greater Boston Food Bank's need and help stretches to New Bedford

Boxes and bags of colorful produce fill tables set up in the parking lot behind the Greater New Bedford Community Health Center. → Read More

Tensions high during demonstrations outside Boston Children's

A group of people protesting the hospital's transgender health program were met by dozens of counterprotesters, with the latter group ending up in tense moments with police. → Read More

Newlyweds say camped guests harassed, accused of being LIV golf protesters

The wedding guests say they were mistaken for protesters of this week's controversial LIV golf tournament being held just a stone's throw away. → Read More

Preparations underway for monthlong MBTA Orange Line shutdown

There is now less than a week to go until a 30-day closure of the Orange Line begins. → Read More

Mass. comfort dog for victims of crimes retires

He spent years helping the victims of crimes, and now the office's service dog is hanging his leash up for retirement. → Read More

Entangled whale in Boston Harbor freed from fishing line

A naturalist says it is critical that people who are out on the water use caution when they encounter a whale nearby. → Read More

Whale tangled in fishing line seen in Boston Harbor

Photos taken by Boston Harbor City Cruises show part of a blue fishing net caught on the whale's fin. → Read More

'Disaster mode': Massachusetts farmers hard hit by worsening drought

The drought is leaving lawns brown, flowers wilted and trees prematurely turning shades of yellow and red, but it’s also having a devastating impact on the area’s farms. → Read More