Natalie Rubino, Boston 25 News

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Recent articles by Natalie:

At least 6 more protests planned in Mass., N.H. on Sunday

NEWTON, Mass. — There are at least six different protests planned for Sunday, including a bike ride in Newton at 8 a.m. All proceeds will go to Black Lives Matter. On Saturday, counter protesters lined Beacon Street in Boston near the State House. The group “Happy Fun America,” creators of the straight Pride parade, said that they were there to support police. The other group was protesting… → Read More

Cambridge Whole Foods workers told they can’t wear Black Lives Matter face masks

More than 20 employees who work at a Cambridge Whole Foods left work this week after they were told they could not wear Black Lives Matter face masks. → Read More

Coronavirus: Good Samaritan hit with $1,000 hospital bill after saving man’s life

A stranger jumped in to save a man who suffered a medical emergency while driving last month and was later hit with a $1,000 hospital bill. → Read More

Good Samaritan hit with $1,000 hospital bill after saving man’s life

Boston 25 first told you last month about a heroic rescue on Cape Cod. Strangers jump in to save a man who suffered a medical emergency while driving. → Read More

Mass. congresswoman proposes child care bill with funding for providers

As day cares and child care providers prepare to reopen, Massachusetts Representative Katherine Clark (D – MA 5th) announced a new bill with proposed funding for providers. → Read More

Prayer vigil set for Sunday at Boston Common

BOSTON — Protests continued for a third straight weekend across the country following the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Memorial Day. Several more demonstrations and protests are set to take place in Massachusetts on Sunday. A Christian prayer vigil sponsored by Unite Boston and the Watson One Foundation is set to happen at 2:30 p.m. on the Boston Common. It comes one day after… → Read More

Vigil reflecting on U.S. racism, Stonewall protests set for Saturday afternoon

BOSTON — A Pride flag was raised at the Massachusetts State House on Friday, celebrating Pride month. Saturday would have been the 50th annual Boston Pride parade, but it was pushed to next year because of the coronavirus pandemic. It is one of the few times that flag has been raised at the State House, as it has usually flown over Boston’s City Hall Plaza. With the parade cancelled, activists… → Read More

Vigil reflecting on U.S. racism, Stonewall protests held Saturday afternoon

BOSTON — A Pride flag was raised at the Massachusetts State House on Friday, celebrating Pride month. Saturday would have been the 50th annual Boston Pride parade, but it was pushed to next year because of the coronavirus pandemic. It is one of the few times that flag has been raised at the State House, as it has usually flown over Boston’s City Hall Plaza. With the parade postponed, activists… → Read More

Petition calling for removal of statue in Boston’s Lincoln Square

People in Boston are calling for the city to remove the emancipation statue in Lincoln square. → Read More

City removes Christopher Columbus statue after vandalism

Boston police are investigating after the city’s Christopher Columbus statue was knocked off and left at its base in the North End’s Christopher Columbus Park overnight. → Read More

More protests scheduled for Sunday in Massachusetts

BOSTON — Protests on Saturday remained peaceful. There are several more planned for today to honor George Floyd and other black people killed by police officers. At 2 p.m., a group is planning to gather at the North Common in Lawrence and a coalition of faith-based organizations are holding an interfaith memorial service for George Floyd and other African Americans who have been killed. That’s… → Read More

Black Lives Matter protesters continue to rally against police brutality following death of George Floyd and others

BOSTON — Protesters took to the streets on Sunday to continue demonstrations against police brutality following the death of George Floyd and others while in police custody. Several events were held in and around Boston to call for justice and peace along with demands for change to the criminal justice system and the use of excessive force by police against innocent people of color. The Black… → Read More

Economists say May jobs report is promising but likely not entirely accurate

The May jobs report shows encouraging signs for the economy. → Read More

Protesters march peacefully in Framingham

In Framingham dozens of people marched peacefully to City Hall on Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

Peaceful protests scheduled for Sunday in Boston

BOSTON — Two protests are scheduled for Sunday in Boston to honor the life of George Floyd. One demonstration is set to happen near City Hall at 3 p.m. It’s supposed to be a peaceful protest. On Friday, protests turned violent after a police station was spray-painted and protesters were pepper-sprayed. Ten people were arrested and four police officers suffered non-life threatening injuries. On… → Read More

Paralympic runners left with questions about qualifier after Boston Marathon canceled

This year’s Boston Marathon was supposed to serve as a qualifier for the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo. → Read More

Boston Marathon runner to still raise funds for charities

The cancellation of the Boston Marathon has charities bracing for a financial hit. → Read More

Mass. high schools allowed to have outdoor graduations starting mid-July, schools re-evaluating plans

Massachusetts high schools are re-evaluating their graduation plans after the state announced graduation ceremonies can be held outdoors starting in mid-July. → Read More

Coronavirus: Anthony Fauci surprises Holy Cross 2020 graduates with inspiring message

Anthony Fauci took time from leading the nation’s fight against the coronavirus pandemic to offer a message of hope to the College of the Holy Cross Class of 2020. → Read More

Dr. Anthony Fauci surprises Holy Cross 2020 graduates with inspiring message

Dr. Anthony Fauci took time from leading the nation’s fight against COIVD-19 to offer a message of hope to the College of the Holy Cross Class of 2020. → Read More