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:

25 Investigates: MA took step to shut down nursing home it used for COVID-19 patients just months ago

The state had documented this particular homes’ alleged failures but placed sick people in it anyway. → Read More

Sen. Ed Markey reacts to 25 Investigates report on the digital divide in remote learning

The lack of access to computers and internet is what’s known as the digital divide. → Read More

With remote learning likely this fall, thousands could end up on the wrong side of the digital divide

Before the pandemic, the lack of connectivity was mainly believed to be a problem in rural areas. → Read More

The Digital Divide: Remote learning not possible for all families

Before the pandemic, the lack of connectivity was mainly believed to be a problem in rural areas. → Read More

25 Investigates: State clarifying’ rules that ask school bus drivers to screen students for COVID-19

New state guidelines ask bus drivers to flag COVID-19 symptoms for students before they get on the bus. → Read More

25 Investigates: New school bus guidelines raise concerns

25 Investigates has been digging into the new bus rules from the state. → Read More

AG Healey calling for reinstatement of CDC’s control over COVID-19 data

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is taking action on a Covid-19 data reporting issue. → Read More

25 Investigates: New federal requirements causing headaches for state COVID-19 data reporting

Massachusetts Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders expressed frustration Friday over new requirements for hospitals reporting COVID-10 data to the federal government. → Read More

Local doctors examining how the pandemic has impacted frontline workers’ mental health

Nurses have been a vital part of the response to COVID-19 in Massachusetts and will continue to be crucial in the fight against the virus. → Read More

Family of Air Force veteran who died during the pandemic at Holyoke Soldiers’ Home can finally lay him to rest

Families of the veterans who died during the pandemic at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home can finally lay their heroes to rest with the honors they deserve. The pandemic had postponed their funerals for months. → Read More

Family of Air Force veteran, who died at Holyoke Soldiers’ Home, can finally lay him to rest

Families of the veterans who died during the pandemic at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home can finally lay their heroes to rest with the honors they deserve. The pandemic had postponed their funerals for months. → Read More

25 Investigates: COVID-19 patients sent to struggling nursing homes during surge

As COVID-19 cases began surging in Massachusetts this spring, state health officials devised a plan to help protect capacity at area hospitals. → Read More

Grand jury hands down 11 indictments against man accused of killing Amanda Dabrowski inside Worcester restaurant

A grand jury has handed down 11 indictments against the man accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend inside a Worcester restaurant. → Read More

Justice and answers on hold for parents of woman murdered at popular Worcester restaurant a year ago

This Fourth of July holiday weekend will hardly feel like a celebration for Ed and Beth Dabrowski. → Read More

25 Investigates: Mass. Secretary of Veterans’ Affairs resigns ahead of Holyoke report

25 Investigates has learned Massachusetts Secretary of Veterans’ Services Francisco Urena has resigned from his position, effective immediately. → Read More

Families, veterans & former admin. at Holyoke Soldiers’ Home form coalition, hold ‘stand out’

They call themselves ‘Fund the Holyoke Soldiers Home Now.’ It’s a coalition of families, veterans and prior administrators of the Holyoke Soldiers Home who all believe the state failed the residents of the home when it failed to deliver the funds to build a new facility back in 2013. → Read More

Families, veterans & admin. at Holyoke Soldiers’ Home form coalition, hold ‘stand out’ Thursday

They call themselves ‘Fund the Holyoke Soldiers Home Now.’ It’s a coalition of families, veterans and prior administrators of the Holyoke Soldiers Home who all believe the state failed the residents of the home when it failed to deliver the funds to build a new facility back in 2013. → Read More

Alumnus calls on university to do more in response to George Floyd murder, protests

As calls for justice and equality continue, many are calling on corporations and institutions to do and say more. → Read More

Court rejects Trump bid to end young immigrants’ protections

In another major decision, the United States Supreme Court voted to uphold a program that protects immigrants who were brought to the United States as children. → Read More

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