VACCINE

WHATELY — With flags swaying and truck horns blaring, a convoy of trucks making its way to Washington, D.C., made a brief stop at the Whately Diner...

HOLYOKE — As the city gets ready to interview candidates for promotion to high-ranking positions in the Police Department, Mayor Joshua Garcia has...

AMHERST — The University of Massachusetts system has announced that all 75,000 students and 18,000 employees across its five campuses will be...

NORTHAMPTON — Smith College is requiring all eligible students, faculty and staff to receive COVID-19 booster shots by Jan. 21.President Kathleen...

BOSTON — Putting some numbers on his COVID-19 vaccination push, Gov. Charlie Baker over the weekend estimated 12,000 state employees got jabs after...

NORTHAMPTON — The Northampton Health Department plans to open vaccination clinics around the city for children ages 5 to 11 starting this Sunday...

BOSTON — State education and public health officials are “strongly” encouraging school districts and local officials to “take an active role” in...

BOSTON — Hundreds of executive branch employees have been suspended or left state government work altogether nearly two weeks into enforcement of...

BOSTON — Massachusetts expects to receive 360,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5 to 11 in the coming weeks, Health and Human...

WHATELY — The Select Board voted Wednesday night to reopen Town Hall to private events with the requirement that all participants be fully...

AMHERST — All Amherst public school students eligible for FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccines will be required to get their shots by Dec. 1 to continue...

HADLEY — The state attorney general’s office has found that the Hadley Select Board violated the state’s Open Meeting Law in May when it approved a...

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