Drew Karedes, Boston 25 News

Drew Karedes

Boston 25 News

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Drew:

Boston Teacher’s Union calls for verification of adequate ventilation in schools

The Boston Teacher’s Union is calling for verification of adequate ventilation in all schools before any timeline is set on students returning to the classroom. → Read More

Boston teachers, parents voice strong opposition to hybrid learning model

BPS is still considering between full-time remote learning or hybrid learning models. → Read More

Northeastern epidemiologist recommending targeted rollback of reopening

A Northeastern epidemiologist is among a list of experts who are recommending that the state of Massachusetts consider a rollback of some of its reopening. → Read More

Boston hotels to transform into pop-up college campus extensions

A list of hotels across Boston could be transforming into pop-up college campus extensions in just weeks. → Read More

Haverhill Police searching for hit & run driver who struck 84-year-old

Police in Haverhill are searching for a hit and run driver who knocked an 84-year-old man to the ground and then took off. → Read More

Haverhill police searching for hit-and-run driver who struck 84-year-old

Police in Haverhill are searching for a hit and run driver who knocked an 84-year-old man to the ground and then took off. → Read More

Cambridge proposal aims to relieve police of traffic duties

A controversial proposal in Cambridge is encouraging the city to consider relieving police officers of traffic stop duties. → Read More

Strong opinions clash in Winchester over Sachem mascot

It’s an issue that’s been hotly debated for years in Winchester, and once again, the high school’s Sachem mascot is under the microscope. → Read More

Boston dealing with unusual surge in rodent complaints

Some of those who have been calling 311 are reporting rats “the size of cats” scampering around in search of food at all hours of the day. → Read More

Lansdowne Street to become ‘game day’ experience for Red Sox home games

Fans can’t go inside Fenway Park for the 2020 Red Sox season, but Lansdowne Street will be closing to traffic on home game days to offer up the next best thing. → Read More

Lansdowne Street will be closed to traffic for Red Sox home games, weekends

Fans can’t go inside Fenway Park for the 2020 Red Sox season, but Lansdowne Street will be closing to traffic on home game days to offer up the next best thing. → Read More

N95 mask developed by Boston researchers sterilizes in oven, conforms to the face

Researchers in Boston are developing a reusable N95 mask alternative you can sterilize by heating in the oven. → Read More

Former Mass. Ave hotel to become temporary homeless shelter

A former hotel at 891 Mass Ave will be welcoming 180 new guests starting next week in its transformation into a temporary homeless shelter. → Read More

Saugus woman accused of kicking, killing dog on Revere Beach

A 57-year-old Saugus woman will be facing animal cruelty charges after a horrifying scene that happened in front of beachgoers Sunday afternoon. → Read More

Boston luxury home sales booming during pandemic

The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic is all around us, but it appears to be having the opposite effect on Boston’s high end housing market. → Read More

New campaign launched in Gloucester encourages people to be ‘backyard tourists’

A new campaign launched in Gloucester encourages people to become “backyard tourists." → Read More

Movie theaters in Massachusetts cleared to reopen Monday

Movie theaters in Massachusetts now have the green light to reopen as early as Monday, July 6th, as part of Phase 3. → Read More

Ahead of the 4th of July weekend, Mass. residents traveling to Maine are seeking rapid COVID-19 testing

There’s a last minute rush inundating Massachusetts urgent care clinics ahead of the 4th of July weekend. → Read More

Petition fights to keep officers assigned to over 55 Boston schools

A nationwide movement to reform police policies is igniting a debate about presence of officers inside schools. → Read More

North End restaurants called to attend mandatory emergency hearing

Boston’s Licensing Board has called on every North End restaurant to attend a “mandatory emergency informational hearing” on Wednesday afternoon. → Read More