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Rundlett Middle School, view of a hallway with sixth grade classrooms on Tuesday August 9, 2016. (ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff) Elizabeth Frantz var currentLocation = window.location; var currentheadline = document.getElementById ("headline"). innerText; var objLink = new myC_Remote.BuyLink (); var photocredit...
The US Air Force Thunderbirds, the aerial demonstration squadron based at Nellis Air Force Base, returned home Monday The squadron's F-14s flew low, leaving a trail of performance smoke on the approach from the base by the south, following approximately I-15 through the valley The two-minute flight was originally scheduled to start around 12:55 p.m. m as the squadron returned from their last show of the season - an aerial demonstration at the Lockheed Martin Space and Air Show
After a weekend in which the number of COVID-19 deaths surpassed 10,000 and as the number of people in need of hospital care for coronavirus infection rises, government Charlie Baker has announced a series of new executive orders linked to the plan to reopen the State
Prop 22, costliest voting measure in state history, would change the job landscape for millions of workers
On Monday, two shopping center operators filed for bankruptcy, injured by the coronavirus pandemic which has forced their tenants to permanently close stores or not pay rent
Gov Charlie Baker on Monday announced a new home care notice and mask order as well as what amounts to a restaurant curfew on Monday in response to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Massachusetts “The data indicates a clear need to do something about these trends now What we shouldn't be doing about these trends is closed
Election officials and state law enforcement are on alert as tensions rise around 3 presidential election