Litsa Pappas, Boston 25 News

Litsa Pappas

Boston 25 News

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Litsa:

Worcester officials trying to change state law regarding fallen officers’ pensions

Worcester city councilors approved an order Tuesday to draft a petition to change state law when it comes to an officer’s pension after dying in the line of duty. → Read More

Hundreds attend rally to call for answers after Dedham teen drowns at graduation party

Hundreds of people turned out to rally Sunday night for answers after a 17-year-old teen drowned in a pool at a graduation party at a house in Dedham. → Read More

Thousands gather for fallen Worcester officer’s wake Wednesday

Honoring a hero killed in the line of duty, hundreds of officers from across the state lined up to pay their respects at the wake for Worcester Police Officer Manny Familia. → Read More

1 of 2 Braintree police officers injured in shooting released from hospital

One of two officers shot multiple times Friday while responding to a call in Braintree was released from the hospital on Saturday. → Read More

Man drives onto Newton golf course while following navigation app

A 27-year-old from Randolph told police he was following his Waze navigation app when he turned right onto the Brae Burn Golf Course in Newton. → Read More

Home collapses on Amory Street in Cambridge Tuesday

Marie Vieira has lived on Amory Street in Cambridge for 36 years, and she said she wasn’t surprised to see her next-door neighbor’s home collapse Tuesday night. → Read More

More than 100 people gather for anti-Asian hate rally in Boston

More than 100 people gathered on the Boston Common Monday to show support for the Asian American and Pacific Islanders community. → Read More

Arcades, indoor entertainment busy after COVID restrictions lifted

This rainy weekend has actually been a plus for indoor entertainment centers like arcades, which could reopen at full capacity for the first time since the pandemic began. → Read More

Boston reopens: Sox, Bruins fans ‘Just happy to be here’

For the first time in 15 months, Boston reopened to full capacity Saturday after the state lifted all COVID-19 restrictions. → Read More

Flight attendants: Spike in unruly passengers who refuse to wear a mask a safety issue

Flight attendants say the spike in unruly passengers who refuse to wear a mask on the plane is becoming a serious safety issue. → Read More

Restaurant owners welcome Baker legislation extending outdoor dining in MA

Restaurant owners like Allan Rodriguez are happy to hear they can likely keep their additional seating outdoors for six more months. → Read More

2 wells in Wayland see high levels of PFAS in tap water

Wayland is the latest town to discover high levels of PFAS in tap water. → Read More

Dracut High teacher placed on leave after distributing ‘highly inappropriate’ survey to students

A Dracut High School teacher has been placed on administrative leave after distributing a ‘highly inappropriate’ survey to students, the schools superintendent said Sunday. → Read More

Police identify body found after boat capsized off Scituate

Scituate rescue teams along with the U.S. Coast Guard and Mass State Police spent hours searching the water off the coast for a missing 75-year-old woman Saturday. → Read More

Body of woman found after search for missing boater off waters in Scituate

Scituate rescue teams along with the U.S. Coast Guard and Mass State Police spent hours searching the water off the coast for a missing 75-year-old woman Saturday. → Read More

What can local businesses do to attract much-needed workers as the state reopens to full capacity?

The competition is on to hire more workers as Massachusetts reopens to full capacity. You may notice ‘Now Hiring’ signs everywhere you look, especially at restaurants. → Read More

Mask mandate for kids during youth sports, recess ends Tuesday

Kids are breathing a bit easier after learning they can ditch their masks while playing outside starting Tuesday. → Read More

Remembering two boys who drowned in Brockton pond

Family and friends laid flowers and candles at the spot where two cousins drowned in Brockton Saturday. → Read More

CDC set to vote Wednesday on recommendation for Pfizer vaccine in children ages 12-15

The CDC will vote Wednesday on whether to recommend the Pfizer vaccine to children ages 12 to 15. → Read More

Mother’s Day customers boost some local businesses

It’s the busiest time of the year for flower shops like Lovell’s Florist and Nursery in Medfield. → Read More