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Recent articles by Malini:

Andover fire lieutenant being investigated after accusing teen of stealing mail from her home

A 19-year-old teenager from Andover says she was followed by a man who accused her of stealing mail from her home. → Read More

Local hospital prepares for potential second surge of COVID-19

For weeks we have been hearing from health officials that there could be another surge in coronavirus cases in the fall. For one local city that’s been hit hard by the pandemic, they aren’t taking any chances, and are preparing now. → Read More

Protestors gather in Boston to decry death of George Floyd in police custody

Dozens gathered in front of the Ashmont T stop in Dorchester on Thursday evening for 46-year-old George Floyd, who died in police custody in Minnesota. → Read More

Protesters gather in Boston to decry death of George Floyd in police custody

Dozens gathered in front of the Ashmont T stop in Dorchester on Thursday evening for 46-year-old George Floyd, who died in police custody in Minnesota. → Read More

Nearly 20 million pounds of food distributed by Greater Boston Food Bank during pandemic

The Greater Boston Food Bank told Boston 25 that they have distributed close to 20 million pounds of food since the pandemic hit. That’s a record in their 40-year history. → Read More

Lawrence food pantry ‘near-empty’ as people struggle during pandemic

Gov. Charlie Baker announced a $56-million dollar program on Tuesday to help families that are food insecure across the state. → Read More

Family left heartbroken on Memorial Day after memorial site was displaced

On Memorial Day, a local Worcester family went to pay respects to their loved one’s memorial site and discovered the site was displaced. → Read More

Some Brockton churches reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic, concerning city leaders

As Massachusetts is slowly reopening, Governor Charlie Baker allowed churches as part of Phase 1. In hard-hit cities, pastors are laying down the ground rules this Memorial Day Weekend. → Read More

Domestic violence survivor speaks out and wants others to know there is help during the pandemic

This pandemic is affecting all of us in some way or another. For domestic violence victims who are afraid to get help, police in some towns are worried about what is really happening behind closed doors. → Read More

Brockton councilors blast decision to hike water, sewer rates

Brockton city councilors are opposing a decision to increase water and sewer rates amid a global pandemic. → Read More

City, state leaders ask business owners to allow employees to continue working from home

State leaders are asking business owners to allow employees to continue working from home so they aren’t at risk of getting or spreading coronavirus. → Read More

Father and son die of complications from COVID-19

WORCESTER, Mass. - A family in Worcester, Massachusetts is mourning the deaths of a father and son who died from complications of COVID-19 at the same time. William Parretti, 83, and his son, Robert Parretti, 57, who were both veterans, lived together. > Military war veterans, a father and son die just days apart due to COVID-19. Malini Basu Boston 25 explains what health care workers did for… → Read More

Father and son die of complications from COVID-19

A Worcester father and son, both veterans, have died of complications from COVID-19, and both were buried on the same day. → Read More

Worcester father and son die of complications from COVID-19

A Worcester father and son, both veterans, have died of complications from COVID-19, and both were buried on the same day. → Read More

Father and son die of complications from COVID-19

WORCESTER, Mass. - A family in Worcester, Massachusetts is mourning the deaths of a father and son who died from complications of COVID-19 at the same time. William Parretti, 83, and his son, Robert Parretti, 57, who were both veterans, lived together. > Military war veterans, a father and son die just days apart due to COVID-19. Malini Basu Boston 25 explains what health care workers did for… → Read More

Police break up parking lot birthday party after concerns over lack of

BOSTON - Health officials say there are close to 1,100 people in Malden, Massachusetts who tested positive for the coronavirus and at least 50 have died from the virus. During a time where the world is social distancing, officials say there was a big party held in a parking lot by a city councilor in Malden. WFXT got a tip that a party in Malden went on as planned, where nearly 50 were in… → Read More

Malden Police break up parking lot birthday party after concerns over lack of social distancing

During a time where the world is social distancing, officials say there was a big party held in a parking lot by a highly influential city councilor in Malden. → Read More

Cases of ‘coronavirus-like’ syndrome affecting children in Mass.

Doctors at Boston Children’s Hospital tell Boston 25 that children are now coming in with severe low blood pressure, and some even need to be resuscitated with fluids. → Read More

Funeral homes across the state seeing backlog of burials

Lawrence is one of the hardest hit areas by this pandemic. Sadly, funeral homes in Lawrence, and across the state have been overwhelmed. → Read More

Mass. salon owners left feeling frustrated, want to reopen during Phase 1

Hair salons and barbershops across Massachusetts are struggling. → Read More