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Bail fund answers criticism over freeing convicted rapist

A bail fund in Massachusetts that's among many nationwide flooded with donations amid the country's reckoning with racism is defending itself after freeing people facing serious crimes, including a convicted rapist who has since been charged with a new rape. → Read More

Doctors, hospitals in Massachusetts launch voter registration efforts

BOSTON — An emergency room doctor in Boston is assembling thousands of voter registration kits for distribution at hospitals and doctor's offices. → Read More

Doctors, hospitals in Massachusetts launch voter registration efforts

BOSTON — An emergency room doctor in Boston is assembling thousands of voter registration kits for distribution at hospitals and doctor's offices. → Read More

Doctors, hospitals launch voter registration efforts

Doctors, hospitals and medical students are ramping up efforts to register voters as part of a nationwide campaign this month → Read More

Doctors, hospitals launch voter registration efforts

Doctors, hospitals and medical students are ramping up efforts to register voters as part of a nationwide campaign this month → Read More

Doctors, hospitals launch voter registration efforts

Doctors, hospitals and medical students are ramping up efforts to register voters as part of a nationwide campaign this month → Read More

Doctors, hospitals launch voter registration efforts

BOSTON (AP) - An emergency room doctor in Boston is assembling thousands of voter registration kits for distribution at hospitals and doctor's offices. Later this month, students at Harvard and Yale's medical schools are planning a contest to see which of the Ivy League rivals can register the most voters. And a medical student in Rhode Island has launched an effort to get emergency ballots into… → Read More

'Too many are selfish': US nears 5 million virus cases

The U.S. is approaching 5 million confirmed cases of the coronavirus, far outpacing other countries → Read More

“Too many are selfish”: U.S. nears 5 million coronavirus cases

Fourth of July gatherings, graduation parties, no-mask weddings, crowded bars — there are reasons the U.S. has racked up more than 155,000 coronavirus deaths, by far the most of any country, and is fast approaching an off-the-charts 5 million confirmed infections, easily the highest in the world. → Read More

Hard-hit Massachusetts worries COVID-19 respite is fleeting

Massachusetts widely reopened its economy early in July, but less than a month later, there’s an increasing sense of dread that the hard-hit state’s respite from the pandemic ultimately will be fleeting → Read More

Black soldiers monument faces scrutiny amid racial reckoning

The white Union Army commander sits rigid atop an imposing horse. His Black men, rifles to their shoulders, march resolutely alongside on their way to battle. For L’Merchie Frazier, the towering bronze relief in downtown Boston captures the stirring call to arms answered by Black soldiers who served in the state’s famed Civil War fighting unit, which was popularized in the 1989 Oscar-winning… → Read More

Vice President Pence, Gov. Baker meet on Nantucket to talk coronavirus response

Vice President Mike Pence met briefly Saturday with Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker while he visited the famous island getaway of Nantucket to headline a → Read More

Vice President Pence, Gov. Baker meet on Nantucket to talk coronavirus response

Vice President Mike Pence met briefly Saturday with Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker while he visited the famous island getaway of Nantucket to headline a → Read More

First COVID-19, now mosquitoes: Bracing for bug-borne ills

As the coronavirus pandemic subsides for now in the hard-hit Northeast, public health officials in the region are bracing for an outbreak of another mysterious virus: eastern equine encephalitis. → Read More

First COVID-19, now mosquitoes: Bracing for bug-borne ills

Sophia Garabedian had been dealing with a persistent fever and painful headache when her parents found her unresponsive in her bed one morning last fall. → Read More

First COVID-19, now mosquitoes: Bracing for bug-borne illnesses

Sophia Garabedian had been dealing with a persistent fever and painful headache when her parents found her unresponsive in her bed one morning last fall. Doctors ultimately diagnosed the then-5-year-old Sudbury, Massachusetts, resident with eastern equine encephalitis, a rare but severe mosquito-borne virus that causes brain swelling. → Read More

Protesters push for mascot ban and state seal change

BOSTON — Native American groups and their supporters rallied in front of the Massachusetts Statehouse Thursday to urge passage of legislation → Read More

Indigenous groups push for mascot ban and state seal change

Native American groups and their supporters rallied in front of the Massachusetts Statehouse Thursday to urge passage of legislation banning the use of Indian mascots and reviewing the state seal, which depicts a Native American. → Read More

Indigenous groups push for mascot ban and state seal change

BOSTON (AP) — Native American groups and their supporters rallied in front of the Massachusetts Statehouse Thursday to urge passage of legislation banning the use of Indian mascots and reviewing → Read More

State bracing for another year with a high number of EEE cases

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts officials on Tuesday said they're bracing for another summer with a high number of cases of eastern equine encephalitis, a rare but severe neurological illness transmitted by mosquitoes that hit the state particularly hard last summer. Mosquitoes have already tested positive for EEE in the towns of Wendell and Orange in Franklin County, state Public Health… → Read More