Natalie Rubino, Boston 25 News

Natalie Rubino

Boston 25 News

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Past articles by Natalie:

Woburn-based biotech company seeing promising results in COVID-19 antibody treatment

A Woburn based biotech company says it’s seeing early success with COVID-19 antibody treatments. → Read More

FBI investigating after threatening letters sent to President Trump supporters

The FBI and U.S. Postal Inspector are working with police in New Hampshire to find whoever mailed threatening letters to President Trump supporters. Three people in Milford and two in Brookline received the same threatening letter. → Read More

Firefighters knock down 5-alarm fire at cement facility in Wakefield

Firefighters from Wakefield and surrounding towns responded to a fire on New Salem Road on Friday morning. → Read More

United, American Airlines furloughing thousands of employees

BOSTON — United and American Airlines plan to furlough thousands of employees on Thursday, while the airlines are calling on Congress to pass a stimulus bill and save jobs. The airlines have been one of the hardest hit industries during the coronavirus pandemic. Normally around 6 a.m. at Boston’s Logan Airport, there are a few dozen people catching early-morning flights. But Thursday morning was… → Read More

MFA reopens after lengthy COVID-19-related closure

The Museum of Fine Arts opened its doors to members Wednesday after six months. → Read More

Boston College student finishes 550-mile walk to raise awareness about homelessness

A Virginia teenager and one of Boston College’s newest students just finished a 550 mile walk from Caroline Country, Virginia to Newton. Gordon Wayne made the walk to end homelessness. The young man was once homeless himself. → Read More

Mass. still waiting for next step of Phase 3 to start

BOSTON — Two and a half weeks ago, Gov. Charlie Baker paused Phase 3 of Massachusetts reopening indefinitely. At that time, the positive test rate in Massachusetts was at 2.1%. It fell a full percentage point since then. Now the question remains -- when will Massachusetts continue with Phase 3 reopening? Still waiting to open are indoor activity centers including skating rinks, laser tag parks… → Read More

Police looking into ‘person of interest’ in Natick hit-and-run case that injured couple

Natick Police have found the vehicle they believe to have been involved in a hit-and-run car crash. Police Chief James Hicks said they impounded the blue pickup truck Wednesday morning. → Read More

Hundreds of Boston teachers rally in front of city hall to protest in-person learning

Teachers with the Boston Teachers Union say it is not safe to return to school in person at all right now. → Read More

More people buying cars amid pandemic, avoiding public transit

A July survey found that 22% of current car shoppers hadn’t considered buying one before the pandemic. → Read More

After fatal shooting in Mattapan, BPD Commissioner says too many repeat offenders are on the street

A man in his mid-20s is dead after a shooting in Mattapan Thursday morning. Boston Police are still working to make an arrest. The shooting comes after a recent uptick in crime throughout the city. → Read More

Boston Public Schools to survey parents before deciding on back-to school model

BPS is still considering between full-time remote learning or hybrid learning models. → Read More

Boston teachers, parents voice strong opposition to hybrid learning model

BPS is still considering between full-time remote learning or hybrid learning models. → Read More

Previously canceled due to COVID-19, a Cambridge high school’s graduation ceremony is back on

A Cambridge high school is going back on its plans to cancel the high school’s outdoor graduation ceremony scheduled for next weekend. → Read More

Boston school nurses stage sit-in at City Hall over city’s plan to reopen classrooms

School nurses in Boston are voicing their concerns about the city’s plan for the new school year saying they have been shut out of the planning and decision-making process to reopen schools. → Read More

Somerville says school reopening will happen in phases

BOSTON — The city of Somerville says students won't return to school in person fulltime this fall. Somerville is taking matters into its own hands when it comes to returning to school this fall. “One thing we are taking off the table is a return in the fall – full time – for all students to come. We looked at it, we do not believe it’s safe,” said Superintendent Mary Skipper. The city says its… → Read More

Rent prices drop in Boston amid pandemic

The end of summer means move-in month for many renters in Boston, but because of the pandemic landlords are having trouble leasing their properties. → Read More

Behind the scenes: Flying during a pandemic

As air travel picks up many airlines are taking extreme measures to keep employees and travelers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

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