John Monahan, Boston 25 News

John Monahan

Boston 25 News

Boston, MA, United States

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Revere taking drastic measures on COVID-19 regulations as cases continue to climb in the city

As the number of COVID-19 cases in Revere continues to grow, the mayor is asking residents to be cautious of the spread and has been canceling events across the city. → Read More

Strong winds topple trees, cause power outages across Massachusetts

Strong winds tore down trees across Massachusetts Tuesday. → Read More

Propane tank explodes, flames destroy Quincy house

A family's home burned down in Quincy on Monday evening, one of the hottest days of the year. → Read More

Boston Teachers Union says they had no input into re-opening plan for Boston Public Schools

The Boston Teachers Union sent a letter to members saying they had no input into the re-opening plan for Boston Public Schools. → Read More

Boston Teachers Union says they had no input into reopening plan for Boston Public Schools

The Boston Teachers Union sent a letter to members saying they had no input into the re-opening plan for Boston Public Schools. → Read More

First look at how Boston Public Schools may reopen

Boston Public Schools are set to reopen on September 10th, but whether kids are in the classroom or learning remotely has still not been made 100% clear. → Read More

Scientists: Coronavirus mutations could mean fewer deaths

Some scientists are claiming that constant mutations of the coronavirus are causing it to weaken. Is that true? → Read More

Second statue of the Virgin Mary found desecrated in Dorchester

In Dorchester, a second statue of the Virgin Mary was desecrated outside St. Teresa of Calcutta Parish. → Read More

The Field Pub in Cambridge closes after 25 years during pandemic

The Field Pub in Central Square is a Cambridge landmark that is now closing after 25 years during the pandemic. → Read More

Plimoth Plantation honoring Native Americans with name change

Plimoth Plantation – a living museum which recreates that history - is now honoring the native Americans with a name change. → Read More

‘Disgusting’ public urination a problem for some residents in South Boston

Neighbors told Boston 25 that people are using their yards in South Boston to urinate and it’s not pretty. → Read More

Boston city councilors discouraged by vandalism attacks at their homes

Eight city councilors in all were reportedly targeted across Boston, all who voted for the city’s budget. → Read More

Mayor Walsh creates task force to fight fireworks problem in the city

Every night in Savin Hill the fireworks show is nonstop and unwanted. → Read More

Drag racing through Boston: The high-speed mayhem happening on one busy street

Neighbors heard the screeching of tires recently on a rainy night, the sound of cars drag racing once again. → Read More

Families of veterans in Holyoke Soldiers’ Home point blame at Gov. Baker, VA

Families of veterans in the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home are not surprised by details of the report that Gov. Charlie Baker ordered. → Read More

Fans, Fenway businesses excited for baseball to return but hesitant about restrictions

The streets are empty and few businesses are open in the shadow of Fenway Park. → Read More

Fed up with fireworks in your neighborhood night after night? This community is too

About 100 concerned residents met Monday night in Roslindale to try to put an end to fireworks going off every night. → Read More

Daughter reunites with 100-year-old father at Holyoke Soldiers’ Home after he survives COVID-19

After months of worry and prayers over her now 100-year-old father at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home, Susan Regensburger finally got to see him this week but she told Boston 25 News it was bittersweet. → Read More

Dexamethasone has a new use, and it’s now saving lives in fight against coronavirus

Dexamethasone is not a new drug in fact, it’s been around since 1961 and is regularly prescribed to people with asthma. But in the fight against the coronavirus, it’s got a new use and is now saving lives. → Read More

Gym members are back to hitting the weights in NH while Mass. continues working out at home

Eager gym members are finally hitting the weights back and breaking a sweat inside The Workout Club in Salem, New Hampshire. → Read More