Dialynn Dwyer, Boston.com

Dialynn Dwyer

Boston.com

Boston, MA, United States

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  • The Boston Globe

Recent articles by Dialynn:

Mass. is deploying cell phone alerts to combat COVID-19 spread in high risk communities

“The purpose of this messaging tool is to help residents remain vigilant.” → Read More

Brigham and Women’s says COVID-19 cluster at hospital is ‘contained’

The hospital determined that 57 cases were connected to the outbreak that emerged in mid-September. → Read More

Rhode Island doctors created an app to calculate the risk of COVID-19. Here’s why.

“Some things that were safe when the case counts were very low may not be safe to do anymore.” → Read More

Police: 1 killed in multi-vehicle crash on I-93 in Milton caused by wrong-way driver

The reason why the driver was going the wrong way on the highway early Saturday remains under investigation. → Read More

Watch how COVID-19 spread across the U.S. ‘untamed’ in this time-lapse

“Our lives and our nation over the past 7 months in 50 seconds.” → Read More

Why an ER doctor at Brigham and Women’s is calling for a halt to indoor dining in Mass.

“We don’t know what the next few months will bring.” → Read More

The Boston Globe Editorial Board endorses Joe Biden for president

The board wrote that Biden is the candidate “to restore not just common decency and civility to the Oval Office, but also a proper sense of the president’s role.” → Read More

Why one Boston parent is planning to keep her kids fully remote as schools reopen

Suleika Soto’s mind was made up even before Boston was moved into the red, “high risk” category by the state for its rate of COVID-19 infection. She’d planned to keep her two daughters, who are in fourth and seventh grade in Boston Public Schools, home for fully remote learning, concerned that district buildings were unsafe for in-person instruction. The news that coronavirus cases have crept up… → Read More

Some parents around Mass. want kids to return to in-person learning full time. Here’s why.

"These children need this right now, and the detriments to their social-emotional, educational health are starting to be seen." → Read More

How Mass. politicians are reacting to President Donald Trump contracting COVID-19

“This is another stark reminder that no one is immune from COVID-19.” → Read More

How Mass. politicians reacted to the 1st presidential debate

"Why is it so hard for @realDonaldTrump to condemn white supremacy?" → Read More

Police investigating report of attempted rape in Boston Public Garden

The incident took place early Monday morning in the downtown park. → Read More

Families of 3 Mass. health care workers share memories of their loved ones lost to COVID-19

“She was a person that would give her all, and she did. She gave her life for it” → Read More

Boston Teachers Union issues report outlining safety concerns about school buildings

“Our highest-needs students are expected to go back to school a week from today, and while some of our buildings are ready, many of them are not verifiably safe.” → Read More

Smoke from the wildfires on the west coast is hanging over New England

“If it wasn’t for the smoke, we would be having bright blue skies.” → Read More

How COVID-19 has exacerbated the opioid epidemic and its impacts on Boston neighborhoods

For two weeks in a row, South End and Roxbury residents have taken to the streets to demand elected officials take action to address impacts to their neighborhoods from the opioid epidemic. Dozens of demonstrators took over the intersection of Mass. Ave. and Washington Street on Sept. 3 to draw attention to issues the neighborhoods face related to the epidemic, including open drug use on the… → Read More

Watch: Bear startles man napping by pool in Greenfield

“At least he had another chair and table between them if needed.” → Read More

The African serval cat reported missing from his N.H. home has been found

The 40-pound, 4-year-old feline named Spartacus was found trapped near its home. → Read More

Lulu’s Allston closed ‘until further notice’ after 2 employees test positive for coronavirus

“We will reopen once we feel it is safe to do so.” → Read More

2 bodies found in New Hampshire believed to be grandfather, grandson missing since Labor Day

Jerry Proper, 69, and his 22-year-old grandson Cody Pillsbury were reported missing after they didn’t return from a Monday motorcycle ride. → Read More