Julianne Lima, Boston 25 News

Julianne Lima

Boston 25 News

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Recent articles by Julianne:

New restrictions on gatherings in Mass. take effect with increased enforcement for violators

Gov. Charlie Baker’s new restrictions on gatherings, which feature beefed-up enforcement efforts, take effect Tuesday. → Read More

Rockland company at center of lawsuits, death investigations changes name to K5 Corporation

The company at the center of multiple lawsuits and death investigations has undergone a name change. → Read More

Lawrence police officer hurt after being pinned by fleeing car

An investigation is underway after a driver hit a Lawrence police officer while allegedly attempting to flee early Tuesday morning and a second officer fired his weapon at the car, officials said. → Read More

Search for suspects underway after Lawrence police officer hit by car

An investigation is underway after a driver hit a Lawrence police officer while allegedly attempting to flee early Tuesday morning and a second officer fired his weapon at the car, officials said. → Read More

Top cigarette manufacturer indicates cigarettes are making a comeback during COVID-19 pandemic

Executives at Marlboro cigarette maker Altria Group Inc. say the recent trends are so substantial, they’re significantly slowing the years-long decline in cigarette sales. → Read More

20-year-old man killed in shooting outside Revere ice cream shop; suspect still at large

State police are investigating after a 20-year-old man was shot and killed outside the Twist & Shake ice cream shop on Revere Beach Boulevard Sunday night. → Read More

31-year-old man shot multiple times on Waumbeck Street in Roxbury; 3 people arrested

Boston police are investigating after a 31-year-old man was shot several times on Waumbeck St. in Roxbury early Tuesday morning. → Read More

18-year-old critical condition after shooting in Roxbury

Boston police are investigating after an 18-year-old man was shot on Maple Street in Roxbury late Sunday night, this comes just hours after two teenagers were shot and killed in a double-shooting in Dorchester. → Read More

Boston Children’s Museum reopens with reduced capacity, new cleaning measures

Boston Children’s Museum opened Friday for the first time in four months. → Read More

New fire station opens in Plymouth as another firehouse is deemed unsafe

PLYMOUTH, Mass. — A new fire station in North Plymouth is set to open Monday morning. Fire Station 7 on Spooner Street was shut down back in November 2019 after the building was deemed structurally unsafe. Testing also found asbestos in plaster samples. Firefighters who had worked out of Station 7 over the past two decades had to be tested due to possible asbestos exposure. The new fire station… → Read More

Lifeguards adjust amid pandemic, prepare for possible riptides following Tropical Storm Fay

Lifeguards are making changes to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

3-alarm fire guts office building in Hanover

An early-morning fire destroyed a commercial building on Columbia Road in Hanover Wednesday. → Read More

Study says MBTA needs stronger coronavirus reopening plan, or more people might opt to drive

A recent study evaluating the safety protocols of transit systems during the COVID-19 pandemic ranked the MBTA second-to-last out of six transit systems, only beating the WMATA in Washington, D.C. → Read More

Phase 3 of reopening Massachusetts starts Monday. Here’s what you need to know

Phase 3 of reopening Massachusetts begins Monday, July 6 across Massachusetts, except Boston, where Phase 3 will begin July 13. Like Phase 2, Phase 3 is also broken into two parts. * Fitness centers and health clubs * Movie theaters * Overnight camps * Indoor pools * Museums, cultural and historical sites * Some indoor recreational activities with low potential for contact Casinos were also… → Read More

State police searching for driver who left pedestrian with life-threatening injuries on the Lynnway

Massachusetts State Police are searching for the driver who hit a pedestrian on the Lynnway late Monday night, leaving him with life-threatening injuries. → Read More

Police: Officer assaulted by man at Southborough Public Safety Complex

A Southborough police officer was rushed to the hospital after an incident at the town’s public safety complex on Cordaville Road Monday night, officials in Westborough confirmed. → Read More

Police officer hurt in incident at Southborough Public Safety Complex

A Southborough police officer was rushed to the hospital after an incident at the town’s public safety complex on Cordaville Road Monday night, officials in Westborough confirmed. → Read More

Beaches busy as people keep cool with COVID-19 guidelines on hottest day so far this year

Friday marked the hottest day so far this year, and with air-conditioned movie theaters and indoor restaurant dining still closed, people flocked to the water to cool off. → Read More

Court rules Town of Oxford can shut down gym after owner refuses to close, defies order

According to the judge’s ruling, the town of Oxford now has the power to shut down the gym using any reasonable measures necessary, such as changing the locks or boarding up the doors.. → Read More

Revised Boston city budget accounts for $65M lost revenue from COVID-19 pandemic, cuts to police overtime

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on Monday resubmitted a revised budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1. The revised $3.61 billion spending plan comes after the mayor held more than 30 meetings with city councilors. → Read More