The minute that Gov. Charlie Baker started issuing orders to limit the spread of COVID-19 back in March, you had to know it would lead to this — the face mask police. And while Baker says he isn’t putting together a special squad to slap tickets on public health scofflaws, at least not yet, …
Voting in the Sept. 1 primary and Nov. 3 general election this year will be an experience to remember.
Five families won the lottery in Salisbury Friday morning when their numbers were pulled from a can and they got a piece of the proverbial American dream: their own homes.
Winds were fierce but the remnants of Hurricane Isaias that blew through New England last Tuesday were less remarkable for any damage they caused locally than for what they may portend.
The National Park System has long been considered a national treasure. Stretching from coast to coast, it encompasses all manner of natural and historic gems, from the Yellowstone and Acadia national parks to the Appalachian Trail and the Salem Maritime National Park.
This pandemic that's shut down major parts of society and the economy, kept kids out of school and put many people out of work has a certain fend-for-yourself quality to it. Being resourceful is essential. So is building networks of support among family members, friends and occasional neighb…
Despite best efforts to control COVID-19, it seems the novel coronavirus is everywhere these days. Even tucked away inside an amended complaint filed by Attorney General Maura Healey – the latest chapter in a public relations derived “climate change” crusade against ExxonMobil.
Shortly after the excessive pressure in gas lines led to multiple explosions in the greater Lawrence area nearly two years ago, Lawrence police Officer Ivan Soto arrived at his home to see it ablaze. Rather than abandon his duties to focus on the tragedy striking his family in real time, he …
On July 1, a new academic year unlike any other began for medical residents throughout the nation.
John Lewis was an activist first, a congressman second.
In 1965, Dr. Jack Geiger and Dr. Count Gibson started the country’s first community health centers, one in Mound Bayou, Mississippi, and one in Boston. They were the result of a dream to bring primary care into communities with no medical access or facilities.
The murder of George Floyd, a black man, handcuffed, on the ground, and in custody, at the hands of Derek Chauvin, a white Minneapolis police officer, was reprehensible and senselessly tragic.