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Red Sox vs. Blue Jays odds, predictions, picks for series opener

The Toronto Blue Jays host the red-hot Boston Red Sox for a three-game series starting Monday night. Boston has won seven straight games and 32 of their last 44. The impressive run as moved the Red Sox from a disappointment in April to the top wild-card spot in the American League.

Protesters gather in Boston after Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

BOSTON – Hundreds of people demonstrated in Boston Friday night in opposition of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Protesters rallied at Park Street Station before marching through Boston to Copley Square. The Copley Square protest shut down a section of Boylston Street. After a passionate presentation of speakers here, they marched to the State House, filling the street and blocking all traffic.State lawmakers can now determine access to abortion after the Supreme Court's historic decision Friday. In response, Gov. Charlie Baker signed an executive order to protect access to reproductive health care services in Massachusetts. Some protesters expressed...

Boston Celtics: Why an Evan Fournier trade is possible until July

The Boston Celtics could get a mulligan of sorts from last summer when they facilitated French guard Evan Fournier–acquired at the 2021 NBA trade deadline for two second-round picks and Jeff Teague–going to the New York Knicks last July in a sign-and-trade. That sign-and-trade created a $17.1 million...

Teenage Girl Goes Missing, Lowell Police Say

Police in Lowell, Massachusetts, are looking for a missing 16-year-old girl who may either be in the Lowell area or in Framingham. Rhaissa DeSouza is 5-foot-2 with brown hair and eyes, according to the Lowell Police Department. She was last seen in a black sweatshirt, blue jeans and light pink Nike Air sneakers.

These New England boardwalks are worth a visit this summer

Nothing says summer fun like a stroll along a boardwalk. Here's a selection of boardwalks with beautiful views, great food, arcade games, and more. New England summers bring plenty of boardwalk fun. Some seaside pathways offer shops, restaurants, music, and carnival rides, while others are simply an escape into nature.

Red Sox Announce Roster Moves Before Series Opener In Toronto

The surging Boston Red Sox will open their three-game series against the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday, but before doing so the club officially announced a handful of roster moves previously acknowledged by manager Alex Cora. The Red Sox placed both right-handed pitcher Tanner Houck and outfielder Jarren Duran on...

2 hurt after fire breaks out on 20th floor of Boston high-rise

BOSTON -- A fire at a high-rise in Boston closed down the ramps to I-93 in both directions, along with multiple streets in the area Friday. Drivers were asked to avoid Congress Street around 11 a.m. as firefighters worked to put out a fire on the 20th floor of a building.  The 43-story building at One Congress is under construction, forcing firefighters to enter from the third floor. About 300-400 workers were in the building when the fire broke out, according to Deputy Chief James Green. All construction workers are accounted for. Two workers did need to be evaluated by...

Discovering the thrill of playing and creating with mud at the EcoTarium

WORCESTER — Kids got down and and dirty by creating mud pies and mud paintings, and playing mud games during Mud Day at the EcoTarium on Saturday. Children of all ages took part in muddy activities at the science and nature museum that included making mud, playing with mud, stories about mud, making mud and clay sculptures and other artwork, the science of mud, mud games, and a barefoot sensory walk through, well, mud.

RIP to That Sweet, Injured Bear Rescued From a Highway Median Near Boston

This video below of a sweet bear struggling to walk will most definitely tug at your heartstrings. The bear was rescued by the Massachusetts State Police along with the Massachusetts Environmental Police after calls poured in about the vulnerable bear having trouble walking. Police even shut down I-495 where WBZ-TV Boston says the hurt bear was stuck in a grassy median between both directions south of Boston near the Bridgewater-Raynham line.

Here’s what to expect from Tuesday’s weather forecast

Partly sunny and pleasant. After a gloomy Monday across the Boston region, pleasant, seasonable weather returns on Tuesday. Forecasters are calling for partly sunny skies and highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. A sea breeze could keep things cooler along the coast. Wednesday looks mostly sunny with highs...

Sunshine Set To Return

We did need the rain today…and, if it’s going to rain, no better day than a Monday! Rainfall reports were hit-n-miss (as usual during the warm season) with Nashua only picking up 0.06″ but Mansfield over 1.00″ of rain! The showers and downpours will fade this evening from north to south…taking into the overnight hours on the Cape before diminishing. On to Taco Tuesday!

Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney inks multi-year extension

Sweeney and the Bruins fired head coach Bruce Cassidy earlier this month. The Bruins agreed to a multi-year extension with general manager Don Sweeney on Monday, the team announced in a statement. Citing Sweeney’s consistency in building a competitive team, Bruins CEO Charlie Jacobs announced the move. “Under [Sweeney’s]...