Litsa Pappas, Boston 25 News

Litsa Pappas

Boston 25 News

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Recent articles by Litsa:

Gov. Baker speaks out about Boston protests, President Trump comments

Outside the Massachusetts State House crews spent all day Monday trying to clean off the vandalism from Sunday’s protests. Inside, Governor Baker was heated. → Read More

Baker speaks out about Boston protests, President Trump’s comments on governors’ response to riots and violence

Outside the Massachusetts State House crews spent all day Monday trying to clean off the vandalism from Sunday’s protests. Inside, Governor Baker was heated. → Read More

Outdoor dining only may be challenging for some Boston restaurants

While some restaurant owners across Massachusetts are figuring out how to set up outdoor seating, others in the North End of Boston are doubtful they can make it work. → Read More

New study shows remedesvir only needed for 5 days to be effective for COVID-19 patients

Encouraging results from a new study out Wednesday on the drug remdesivir for treating COVID-19 patients. → Read More

Watertown officer who took down Boston Marathon bombing suspect retires after 30 years in the force

Dozens lined Main Street in Watertown for a special send-off after Sergeant John MacLellan finished his last shift as a police officer Tuesday. → Read More

Mass. retailers reopen Monday for curbside pick-up only

Retailers could reopen Monday in Massachusetts for curbside pickup sales only after these small businesses were closed for the last couple months because of COVID-19. → Read More

Drive-in movie theaters reopen Monday in Massachusetts

Dave Andelman said he couldn’t wait to reopen his drive-in movie theater in Mendon after they were forced to close for the last couple months because of COVID-19. → Read More

TSA reports uptick in air travel leading into Memorial Day weekend

Logan Airport was eerily quiet this holiday weekend with empty terminals and flight information boards cleared from the lack of flights. → Read More

EMS workers honored in ‘Convoy of Champions” from Worcester to Fenway Park

A moment like never before for EMS workers across Massachusetts as they were honored in a “Convoy of Champions” Wednesday from Worcester to Boston. → Read More

New mom shares occupational therapy for other moms during pandemic

Many new moms can agree, having a baby during this pandemic hasn’t been easy. → Read More

New Hampshire restaurants open for outdoor dining Monday

With outdoor dining, restaurants are still only serving 25 to 50% of their normal customers, so most aren’t even making profits yet, but owners say reconnecting with their employees and customers was a huge step forward. → Read More

Mass. retailers eager to learn where they fall in governor’s phased reopening

Small business owners are anxious to know whether Gov. Baker will lift any of their restrictions Monday when he announces the state’s phased reopening plan. → Read More

12 Democratic state lawmakers urge Gov. Baker to extend Mass. stay-at-home advisory

They worry about a resurgence in the coronavirus if businesses reopen too early. → Read More

Baker: Phased re-opening of Massachusetts will be slow

The reopening of Massachusetts will be a slow and steady process, according to Governor Charlie Baker on Wednesday. → Read More

Research shows airflow needed to prevent spread of COVID-19 in businesses and restaurants

Researchers from the University of Oregon found air flow can make a big difference in the spread of viruses like COVID-19 when people are inside closed spaces. → Read More

Mass. drive-in theater owner hopeful to re-open soon

When golf courses were allowed to reopen in Massachusetts amid the coronavirus pandemic, Dave Andelman thought drive-in movie theaters would be next. → Read More

Strong winds tear down trees, damaging home in North Andover

There was lots of cleanup from wind damage after trees came down in North Andover Saturday → Read More

Walmart temporarily closes two more South Shore stores amid COVID-19 outbreak

Two more Walmarts on the South Shore temporarily closed down because of the threat of COVID-19 Wednesday. → Read More

Baker eases some restrictions for small businesses

It’s a big step forward for some retailers this week after Gov. Charlie Baker eased some restrictions for small businesses. → Read More

Protesters call on Baker to reopen economy outside State House

Dozens of people protested outside the State House Monday, calling on state leaders to reopen the economy following the coronavirus crisis. → Read More