Evan White, Boston 25 News

Evan White

Boston 25 News

Dedham, MA, United States

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Past articles by Evan:

Driver shoots into another car on Rte. 1 in Peabody

Driver shoots into another car on Rte. 1 in Peabody → Read More

Renewed effort to suspend the gas tax

A group of Republican state lawmakers will once again push for suspension of the state’s 24 cent gas tax. A news conference is scheduled for 11 a.m. at the statehouse hosted by proponents of the measure. → Read More

School canceled after teacher and student were shot outside Dorchester school

Boston Police are investigating after a teacher and student were shot outside of the TechBoston Academy in Dorchester. → Read More

Boston Mayor to announce rent stabilization plans Thursday

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu is scheduled to make an announcement related to rent stabilization at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Whittier Street Health Center. → Read More

Gas continues to set records, heating oil prices surging too

Another day, another dubious record for the price of a gallon of gasoline in Massachusetts which now stands at $4.30 per gallon, on average, according to AAA. → Read More

White House: “Test to treat” COVID plan rollout later this month

It’s time for America to stop letting the coronavirus “dictate how we live,” President Joe Biden’s White House declared Wednesday, outlining a strategy to allow people to return to many normal activities safely after two years of pandemic disruptions. → Read More

Newton Police asking for public’s help to identify robbery suspect that pepper sprayed employee

Newton Police say a woman stole almost three thousand dollars worth of merchandise from the TJ Maxx on Needham Street and then walked out. → Read More

Public Health Commission meets Tuesday to discuss Boston’s indoor mask mandate

At 4:30 Tuesday, the city’s Public Health Commission will meet virtually to discuss the fate of the mandate. → Read More

State trooper uses ladder to rescue man from burning building in Middleboro

A Massachusetts State Police trooper was the first to respond to a fire in Middleboro overnight Tuesday, where he helped save residents from the burning building. → Read More

Last day of masks for many K-12 students ahead of break

While Boston and Chelsea are keeping a mask mandate for school students past Feb. 28, Brockton joins many other districts dropping the mask mandate. → Read More

Grief counselors made available for Dover-Sherborn students following teen driver’s death

Grief counselors are being made available to students of Dover-Sherborn schools following the death of a popular teenager killed in a weekend car crash. → Read More

Police investigating deadly shooting in Brockton

The Plymouth County District Attorney’s office says the man was shot in the area of 102 Ash Street in Brockton → Read More

Statewide school mask requirement to end February 28

The statewide mask requirement for K-12 schools in Massachusetts will be lifted on February 28, according to state education officials. → Read More

CDC to issue new guidance on 4th shot for immunocompromised

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to approve another round of booster shots for people with weakened immune systems. → Read More

Beverly drops mask mandate, will other communities follow?

The Board of Health in Beverly voted to allow then mask mandate to expire as of 11:59 Wednesday night. → Read More

Schools close Monday as snow cleanup efforts continue

Dozens of school districts are closed as a result of continued snow cleanup. → Read More

Stoughton wins snowfall ‘jackpot’ with 30.9 inches

Additional shoveling and plowing may not be much of a prize. But Stoughton hit the jackpot when it comes to snowfall totals with 30.9 inches of snow. → Read More

Coastal communities brace for anticipated high winds, flooding

Ahead of Saturday’s expected powerful nor’easter, coastal communities across Massachusetts are preparing for the storm. → Read More

Ortiz, Clemens, Bonds to be close calls for Hall of Fame

Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, and David Ortiz appear to be the only players with a chance at Hall of Fame enshrinement when results are unveiled Tuesday, with Ortiz most likely to get in on his first try. → Read More

COVID testing mostly closed due to Friday’s snowstorm

The Square One Mall is among the many COVID-19 testing sites closed Friday due to the winter storm. → Read More