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‘Masks And Vax Required’: Some Mass. Businesses Taking COVID Precautions Into Own Hands

BOSTON (CBS) – “Masks & vax required” says the chalk sign outside Grendel’s Restaurant and Bar in Harvard Square. If you want to dine inside during peak hours, management wants to see your vaccination card. Since Cambridge is in Middlesex County, which just moved into the “substantial risk” category on the CDC’s list over the weekend, the restaurant just restarted weekly COVID testing for its vaccinated staff. “If you’re going to have break-through infections, then you can’t rely on the vaccine to make sure that you can’t be infected or infectious,” said owner Kari Kuelzer. (WBZ-TV Graphic) Eight Massachusetts counties are now listed at...
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Police Searching For Missing Mother, Three Children

Authorities are asking the public for help verifying the safety of a mother and her three children who've gone missing in Massachusetts. The Ludlow Police Department in Hampden County reported that 9-year-old Aiden Reeves, 5-year-old Grace Krupa, and 3-year-old Isaac Krupa were last seen on May 5. Police said the...
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Oh baby! Dad proposes to mom with a little help from newborn son

WORCESTER, MASS. (WHDH) - A new mom at UMass Memorial Medical Center got the surprise of her life when the newborn’s dad proposed in the hospital room. Mom Chelsey described the creative way her now-fiance popped the question on the onesie their son Maverick was wearing. “It said, ‘Me and...
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New Massachusetts advisory recommends some vaccinated people mask up

Massachusetts public health officials are advising vaccinated people who live with any person at high risk for COVID-19, who have weakened immune systems themselves or who are at an increased risk of severe COVID-19 because of their own age or health conditions to wear a face covering when indoors and not in their own homes.
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July was mostly rain, what will August look like?

(WWLP) – July was a month full of rain and not too much sunshine. In 2008, a record was set for the most rainfall that occurred in the month of July, with a total of 11.35 inches. Well this past July, we broke that record, with a whopping total of 12.70 inches of rain. It rained for a total of 21 days in July and there were 10 days with no measurable rainfall, which is impressive.

Jury to deliberate Tuesday in housing official fraud case

WORCESTER — Jurors are set to begin deliberating Tuesday in the federal fraud trial of Jacklyn M. Sutcivni after her defense rested Monday at the close of her testimony. While lawyers for the city’s top housing official have suggested throughout the 10-day trial that other city officials bear blame in the case, they elected not to call any witnesses other than Sutcivni.

Shrewsbury Legion baseball wraps regular season, enters playoffs

SHREWSBURY – First place Shrewsbury Post 397 fell to Milford Post 59 in a Massachusetts Zone Four Legion baseball matchup on July 29 at Fino Field in Milford. The 12-3 final score was the largest defeat that Shrewsbury had suffered to date this season. Even with the loss, though, Shrewsbury’s 14-5 record kept Post 397 at the top of its region as the regular season drew to a close.

Local soccer players lift team to victory in national tournament

SHREWSBURY/NORTHBOROUGH – A handful of area residents helped their club soccer team claim a national championship in Colorado last month. The girls’ youth soccer club FC Stars ECNL White won a National Cup XX U14 Super Group championship with a 1-0 victory over Real Colorado in a finals game held in Denver.