Kerry Kavanaugh, Boston 25 News

Kerry Kavanaugh

Boston 25 News

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent:
  • Boston 25 News
Past:
  • WSOCTV
  • The Palm Beach Post

Recent articles by Kerry:

Rep. Clark joins Boston 25 News to discuss Child Care is Essential Act

On Tuesday on Boston 25 News at 4 Anchor Kerry Kavanaugh spoke with MA Congresswoman Katherine Clark to discuss the Child Care is Essential Act, legislation to stabilize the child care sector that Clark says is struggling to survive as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

25 Investigates: Mass. day cares to reopen during Phase 2, if they meet health & safety criteria

Massachusetts child care providers and day camps will be allowed to resume operations during the next phase of the state’s reopening plan, with very strict health and safety guidelines announced Monday by the Department of Early Education and Care. → Read More

25 Investigates: Worcester couple out $30K after popular wedding venue files for bankruptcy

Imagine paying thousands for your dream wedding and then your venue suddenly shuts down just weeks before the big day. That’s what happened to a Worcester couple and 25 Investigates has learned this couple is not alone after a major Massachusetts resort filed for bankruptcy. → Read More

25 Investigates: After multiple calls for transparency, Mass. updating nursing home COVID data

After weeks of calls for transparency, Massachusetts is now releasing more information about COVID-19-related deaths inside nursing homes. → Read More

25 Investigates: WWII veteran at Holyoke Soldiers’ Home recovered from COVID-19, celebrated 100th birthday

Dozens of Massachusetts families continue to push for answers about what unfolded inside the Holyoke Soldiers' Home, the site of deadliest known COVID-19 outbreak at a U.S. long-term care facility. → Read More

Boston Mayor: Childcare is ‘urgent statewide priority’ for reopening and ‘more clarity’ is needed

As the state’s economy begins to reopen and employees return to work, childcare will be critical to returning to normal, said Boston Mayor Marty Walsh. → Read More

25 Investigates: State’s plan to reopen day cares may exclude infants, internal document shows

As businesses gradually reopen and employees start heading back to work, childcare is top of mind for many families. → Read More

25 Investigates: Possible rush to release inmates reveals consequences beyond crime stats

25 Investigates spoke with a Dorchester family that says they found themselves unexpectedly in the middle of the debate surrounding the release of inmates and defendants amid the COVID-19 pandemic. They say their story reveals the consequences of this debated go beyond the crime stats. → Read More

As Mass. leaders unveil Phase 1 of reopening plan, little guidance issued for childcare

As Massachusetts leaders laid out their plan for reopening the economy, details on the future of childcare were missing from the conversation. → Read More

As Mass. leaders unveil Phase 1 of reopening plan, details on childcare remain in the dark

As Massachusetts leaders laid out their plan for reopening the economy, details on the future of childcare were missing from the conversation. → Read More

25 Investigates found 1,400 additional deaths in MA that could be linked to COVID-19

25 Investigates examined data provided by the Massachusetts Registry of Vital Records and Statistics, which tracks deaths in the state. We compared monthly death totals going back to 2015 with COVID-19 data reported by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. → Read More

25 Investigates: AG Healey calling for more transparency inside nursing homes amid coronavirus crisis

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is calling for more transparency inside nursing homes amid the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Elias Strong: 5-year-old Medford boy with rare cancer remembered and honored by police, fire departments

Police and fire departments are going to take part in an escort to help transport Elias, a young boy who bravely fought cancer, from Boston Children's Hospital to a funeral home in Arlington. → Read More

25 Investigates: Stimulus checks sent to dead people while other families desperately wait for theirs

Since 25 Investigates first told you about the IRS mistakenly sending checks to the deceased, we heard from more viewers saying they too got checks for deceased family members. → Read More

25 Investigates: Experts say we need more testing to safely reopen Mass. economy

As Massachusetts look at reopening its economy and returning to some sense of normal, experts across the board seem to agree it can only happen with widespread access to coronavirus testing. → Read More

‘Are you OK?’: Medford program keeping tabs on elders

Boston 25 News discovered a program in Medford that’s using volunteers to make sure seniors are getting the help and services they need, and it’s starts with a simple phone call asking “are you O.K.?” → Read More

Federal government mistakenly sent stimulus checks to Americans who have died

Earlier this week Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told the Wall Street Journal the money should be returned, but he didn’t say how. → Read More

Congressman Joe Kennedy III among those pushing for more voting access amid COVID-19

Massachusetts Congressman Joe Kennedy III is among lawmakers pushing for expanded mail-in ballots and early voting in the Commonwealth for the 2020 September primary and general election in November. → Read More

New state website providing resources for Mass. frontline workers

The COVID-19 crisis has revealed needs that many did not anticipate, especially for frontline workers. → Read More

New state website provideing resources for Mass. frontline workers

The COVID-19 crisis has revealed needs that many did not anticipate, especially for frontline workers. → Read More