Massachusetts recorded its lowest seven-day average coronavirus test positive rate on Friday — just 1.6% according to health officials — while other states such as Arizona skyrocket to more than 27…
New immigrants worry about being lonely and making ends meet, but Collins Emerhi of Newton hopes to change that — one soccer game at a time. “It can be a scary place,” Emerhi said of America. “Everything seems like an extravaganza. You go to the mall,
by: Joe Dwinell | Senior Editor — Boston Herald 10 Jul
Tom Brady’s TB12 fitness center in Foxboro and some businesses tied to the pot industry jumped at Payroll Protection Program cash one expert said are the “best” loans on the marke…
Johns Hopkins launches tracker for school reopening plans amid coronavirus, Massachusetts lacking in 4 categories
by: Rick Sobey — Boston Herald 10 Jul
The Massachusetts plan for reopening schools fails to address four of the 12 criteria laid out by a Johns Hopkins tracker to help schools open up safely this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic.
by: Lisa Kashinsky — Boston Herald 10 Jul
State police are metering out punishments for the remaining troopers embroiled in the infamous Troop E overtime scandal, announcing that one member has been fired and five more could get the boot w…
by: Howie Carr | Columnist — Boston Herald 10 Jul
The president is coming to Portsmouth on Saturday night and he’s loaded for bear.
by: Joe Dwinell | Senior Editor — Boston Herald 9 Jul
Employers dipping into the massive federal Paycheck Protection Program say they saved roughly 1.1 million jobs in Massachusetts — from the Boston Ballet to bagel bakers, a Herald analysis of …
by: Erin Tiernan | Reporter — Boston Herald 8 Jul
A long-awaited plan to tear down and replace a pair of 85-year-old bridges that serve as the only “lifeline” to Cape Cod came one step closer to fruition on Tuesday, but state and feder…
by: Lisa Kashinsky — Boston Herald 8 Jul
Mayor Martin Walsh says Boston could be the first major city that “truly recovers from COVID-19” as he looks to bring tourists back to the Hub while coronavirus cases remain low in Massachusetts.…
by: Howie Carr | Columnist — Boston Herald 8 Jul
Slow down? The state’s economy is in shambles. What’s left to slow down? You know, at least the states with even higher unemployment numbers than Maskachusetts at least have the solace of not havin…
by: Erin Tiernan | Reporter — Boston Herald 7 Jul
The Massachusetts Senate is taking aim at the concept of “qualified immunity” with a sweeping police reform bill that would allow officers to be held personally responsible for misconduct on the jo…
by: Steve Hewitt — Boston Herald 7 Jul
It’ll be a sprint to the finish unlike anything ever seen in baseball, and it all begins for the Red Sox on July 24.
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... (Staff Photo By Nancy Lane/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) BOSTON MA. JULY 6: Red Sox J.D. Martinez and Xander Bogaerts stretch during baseball training at Fenway ...
by: Erin Tiernan — Boston Herald 7 Jul
The Trump administration is moving to expel foreign students from the United States this fall if their colleges or universities opt for online learning as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
A second coronavirus surge is 'almost inevitable' in Massachusetts, but experts say it can be mitigated
by: Lisa Kashinsky — Boston Herald 6 Jul
Massachusetts may have flattened its coronavirus curve, but experts eyeing spikes across the Sun Belt are saying now is not the time to grow lax — warning that a second wave is “almost inevi…
by: Howie Carr | Columnist — Boston Herald 6 Jul
If Abraham Lincoln and Christopher Columbus no longer pass woke muster in Boston, then it’s time for the Kennedys to go.
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