Chris Flanagan, Boston 25 News

Chris Flanagan

Boston 25 News

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Chris:

Massachusetts astronaut keeping close eye on SpaceX launch

A Massachusetts-born NASA astronaut will be keeping a close eye on the Kennedy Space Center as SpaceX attempts to liftoff. → Read More

103-year-old Mass. woman beats COVID-19 and celebrates with a beer inside her nursing home

She went from the coronavirus to cracking a cold one. → Read More

Adorable video shows boy help wheelchair-bound sister score basket

It’s a heartwarming video that has gone viral, already racking up nearly 7 million views. It shows 7-year-old Tomas MacCurtain giving his big sister, Abigail, an assist. → Read More

Everett company makes glass shields to protect businesses and customers

A small company in Everett is helping businesses and customers stay safe as they get back to work. → Read More

Worcester organization offers financial assistance to veterans in need during COVID-19 crisis

The organization can help hundreds of veteran families financially right now, but the COVID-19 pandemic has kept away many that are in need. → Read More

Some local churches will not be opening their doors this weekend

For the first time in weeks, places of worship in Massachusetts will be able to hold services this weekend. → Read More

Coronavirus: Hospital using transparent masks to better communicate with hearing-impaired patients

Many staff members at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston are now wearing transparent face masks to better communicate with hearing-impaired patients. → Read More

Boston hospital using transparent face masks to better communicate with hearing-impaired patients

Nathan Hubley was born hard of hearing. He is now 19 years old and about to graduate from North Quincy High School. → Read More

Massachusetts native co-develops COVID-19 dating site

Finding love can be tough at times, even when you’re not social distancing. But a Massachusetts native may have found the answer for today’s coupling conundrums. → Read More

Iconic Boston duck boats hope to open this summer

They are an iconic sight around Boston and a sure sign of summer, but the duck boats are nowhere to be seen in the city. → Read More

New app can alert you if you’ve been exposed to COVID-19

A new app can alert you if you’ve crossed paths with someone who has tested positive for the coronavirus. It was designed, in a large part, by a team of researchers in the Boston area. → Read More

USS Constitution sees huge spike in virtual tours

USS Constitution may have suspended public tours due to Covid-19, but the virus hasn’t stopped its sailors from showing off the famed warship. → Read More

Middlesex Sheriff’s Office giving back during COVID-19 pandemic

The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office was hit hard with COVID-19. Thirty-one inmates and 39 staffers have recovered from the virus. → Read More

104th Fighter Wing flies over multiple Mass. hospitals in show of support amid pandemic

Wednesday afternoon, the state of Massachusetts will be roaring. → Read More

Several good Samaritans save Cape Cod driver’s life

A remarkable effort by a remarkable group of strangers who happened to be in the right placed at the right time. → Read More

Boston City Councilor tests positive for COVID-19 antibodies

Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu says she has tested positive for the COVID-19 antibodies, meaning she was likely infected at some point without knowing it. → Read More

Local artist tries to remain anonymous after drawing mural for healthcare workers at Lahey Hospital

A local artist tried to stay anonymous after painting a beautiful homage for nurses and doctors outside Lahey Hospital, but health care workers wanted to find out who the artist was and thank them personally. → Read More

South Shore family makes signs out of wooden pallets for healthcare workers

A Scituate family has spent the past several weekends turning old wooden pallets into yard signs to honor healthcare workers and raise funds for a local organization. → Read More

The difficulty of distance learning for young adults with autism

The pandemic forced one local program to change the way it teaches and it appears to be working. → Read More

Woman loses brother to coronavirus, delivers $1,000 worth of flowers to strangers to cheer them up

A South Shore woman ordered 20 bouquets of flowers, worth more than $1,000, and then filled her car and drove around Hull, Scituate and Cohasset dropping them off, randomly, at the homes of strangers. → Read More