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Empty Wang Theatre to host artists
BOSTON – As Labor Day weekend unfolded at beaches and backyard barbecues around Massachusetts, more than 1,000 people were newly diagnosed with COVID-19, pushing the state’s total case count above 121,000 people six months into the global pandemic. The Department of Public Health confirmed 416 new coronavirus cases Saturday, 370 new cases Sunday and another 222 new cases […]
BOSTON – Nine current and former Boston police officers were arrested and charged by federal prosecutors Wednesday for allegedly engaging in a years-long scheme to defraud the department of overtime pay. U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling announced the indictments on charges of conspiracy to commit theft concerning programs receiving federal funds and embezzlement from an agency receiving federal […]
Mass. home sales rebound in July
BOSTON – The Lottery saw a decent bump in sales last month, but a surge of winning ticket claims that came in as the Lottery reopened its claims centers helped drive monthly profits lower than July 2019. Sales of $426.9 million in July were up $34.2 million or almost 9 percent from July 2019 sales, […]
BOSTON – The Baker administration, which had said that the final phase of the state’s reopening is contingent upon a COVID-19 vaccine or reliable therapeutics, “would be willing to look at” an exception to allow some fans to attend New England Patriots games at Gillette Stadium this fall, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito said Thursday. On […]