Dialynn Dwyer, Boston.com

Dialynn Dwyer


Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Dialynn:

‘That’s not how you teach kids how to read’: What Charlie Baker said about remote-only school

The governor said Friday he’s ‘deeply concerned’ about the impact of remote-only instruction, especially on elementary school students. → Read More

Dartmouth student ends hunger strike after school names investigator to probe sexual harassment allegations

Maha Hasan Alshawi wrote on social media this week that she only weighs 77 pounds after beginning her hunger strike on July 14. → Read More

Shark sightings prompt closures at multiple beaches on Cape Cod

Beaches were closed to swimmers in Truro, Wellfleet, and Orleans on Thursday. → Read More

Martin Luther King Jr. memorial will be established in Massachusetts House chamber

The memorial will commemorate the 1965 speech delivered by the civil rights leader to state legislators. → Read More

Cleanup underway in Mass. after Isaias knocks out power for more than 200,000

Officials say a man was killed in Chelmsford when his vehicle collided with a front-end loader clearing storm debris. → Read More

Boston police investigating attempted sexual assault in North End

A woman told police a man approached her while she was walking in the area of Prince Street and North Square early Sunday morning. → Read More

Maps: How Tropical Storm Isaias will impact Massachusetts on Tuesday

“Isolated tornadoes will be possible, mainly this afternoon and evening.” → Read More

What to know about the decision overturning the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

A federal appeals court said the trial judge didn’t do enough to guard against potential biases in jurors. → Read More

Watch: Shark spotted off Nauset Beach

A family boating off Eastham captured footage of the swimming shark. → Read More

Forecasters issue tropical storm watch for southern New England ahead of arrival of Isaias

The National Weather Service is predicting the storm will impact the region beginning Tuesday night. → Read More

How Hurricane Isaias could impact New England

“Southern New England remains in the cone of uncertainty early next week.” → Read More

Map: Tracking the path of Hurricane Isaias

The National Hurricane Center issued a hurricane watch and tropical storm warning on Friday for parts of the east coast of Florida. → Read More

Read the obituary for Julie Dimperio Holowach

The 63-year-old was killed Monday in a shark attack off Maine's Bailey Island. → Read More

3 shark sightings reported in Maine since fatal great white attack

Two beaches were also closed in Massachusetts on Wednesday after great whites were spotted off shore. → Read More

Brigham and Women’s doctor’s essay shares what ‘professionalism’ means for Black physicians

“I reached a point where I felt like I had to speak up.” → Read More

What we know about the fatal shark attack in Maine

Authorities say a great white shark attacked Julie Dimperio Holowach about 20 yards off the shore of Bailey Island. → Read More

The Boston Globe Editorial Board endorses Ed Markey in Senate race

“The moment calls for a progressive champion with a solid track record,” the editorial board wrote. → Read More

Juneteenth recognized as official Massachusetts holiday

Gov. Charlie Baker signed a supplemental budget bill on Friday that included the establishment of the June 19 state holiday. → Read More

Boston leaders mourn death of Mimi Jones, civil rights champion and Roxbury resident

Local officials and community leaders are mourning the death of Mimi Jones, a veteran of the civil rights movement who lived in Roxbury. Jones was 17 years old when she joined other activists in a “swim-in” at a whites-only pool in St. Augustine, Florida on June 18, 1964 to protest segregation. A photo taken at the protest captured Jones in the pool as the owner of the motel poured acid into the… → Read More

Report: Feds gave Mass. the least amount of protective equipment during COVID-19 surge

Meanwhile, health experts are raising concerns about the availability of PPE in Massachusetts and urging more preparations for a second wave of infections. → Read More