Evan White, Boston 25 News

Evan White

Boston 25 News

Dedham, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Evan:

Businesses frustrated at state’s decision to halt reopening

Many businesses that lost money and employees during the first months of quarantine when the state shut them down are now frustrated the state has decided to halt their 4-phased reopening plan. A recent rise in COVID-19 cases has led the state to stop reopening of the state until health data shows a downward trend again. → Read More

Rhode Island travel restrictions begin

For those living near the Rhode Island border who shop regularly in the Ocean State, there has been a lot of confusion surrounding Gov. Charlie Baker’s new travel order. → Read More

Worcester man: City’s drug problem ‘shoved in my face everyday’

Michael Urban of Worcester says he has seen drug problems spill onto the property he rents, day after day. → Read More

Mass. joins multi-state agreement to buy 3 million rapid tests as testing delays persist

Under the agreement, Mass. would receive about 500,000 of the tests which can produce a result in 15 to 20 minutes. → Read More

Mass. joins 6-state agreement to buy 3 million rapid tests as testing delays persist

Under the agreement, Mass. would receive about 500,000 of the tests which can produce a result in 15 to 20 minutes. → Read More

Testing concerns as college students prep to return to campuses

Students, parents are anxious about leaving home for college during a pandemic. → Read More

From bar to breakfast

For Oran McGonagle of Weymouth, the idea of evolving the business models of his restaurants has been in the works for months. → Read More

CPR bill lingers with session scheduled to end

While the state legislature may extend the session, it is drawing to a close Friday and one piece of legislation could have a major impact on those who suffer heart attacks and other heart issues. → Read More

School districts face first of two big deadlines

For weeks, school districts have been pouring through a handful of state guidance packets designed to provide an outline for the fall semester; now comes the first significant deadline. → Read More

Dedham’s 2020 class graduates, underclassmen face uncertain return to school

Many school districts across Massachusetts have done variations of graduations from virtual to drive-through, and some have been forced to cancel them. → Read More

Cape residents remember frightening time as tornadoes hit

Hank Cassidy has lived on Cutter Lane for 40 years, but mother nature brought him something new on January 23rd of 2019. → Read More

Coronavirus testing: Some COVID-19 test sites jammed, others empty

Some waited in line for four hours to get coronavirus tests administered in Marlborough on Wednesday morning. → Read More

Boston opens 2 community pools, registration required

Until now, the city of Boston’s indoor pools were only open for youth recreational programs but that changes on Wednesday, as two community pools will open. → Read More

Resident-only parking near Gloucester beaches

New parking restrictions meant a less crowded Good Harbor Beach on Saturday. → Read More

MSPCA seeing parvovirus spike in puppies

On July 1, Sophea Eang was elated to take home the dog she’d dreamt about for two years, and tried to find for two months. Then she learned he was severely ill. → Read More

COVID-19 reinfection suspected in MGH patient

Doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital suspect an 82-year-old man treated earlier in the year for COVID-19, was infected again after he recovered. → Read More

Veterans ask state to ‘get it right’ on Soldiers’ Home reforms

Eileen Driscoll would rather have been elsewhere, but after losing her father, a veteran who was living at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home during the COVID-19 outbreak, she was compelled to show up on Beacon Hill to send a message. → Read More

Boston’s Phase 3 begins Monday

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said the city will start Phase 3 of its reopening Monday, a week after the rest of the state moved ahead. → Read More

Casinos begin reopening. What’s different?

On Thursday, reporters were given a tour of changes at the Encore Boston Harbor as the resort prepares to reopen at week’s end. → Read More

School psychologist on mental health needs: ‘More significant than anything we’ve ever seen’

School districts across the state are struggling with finding ways to go back in the fall and provide mental health services while maintaining new safety protocols. → Read More