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Boston Mayor Michelle Wu announces proof of vaccination required in restaurants, gyms and indoor venuesAt a press conference Monday, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu announced that Boston will require proof of vaccination to enter certain indoor sites.
From Monopoly to GI Joe to Transformers: A Look at the Long History of Games and Toys in New EnglandCBSN Boston’s Liam Martin’s delves into the history of popular games and toys made in New England.
Proctor & Gamble recalls over 30 types of dry shampoos and aerosol productsThere were concerns about the benzene levels in the product chemically linked to cancer.
Bill Belichick apologizes for being a little cranky with reporters after Patriots loss to ColtsBill Belichick wasn’t in a great mood after Saturday night’s loss to the Colts, and the Patriots head coach was a bit short with reporters. On Monday, he apologized for his bad post-game mood.
WBZ news update for December 20Moderna Booster Omicron News; Boston COVID Announcement; Shortage of MBTA pilots; 7 day forecast
Sporting final: Levan Reid 1 v 1 with Revolutionary midfielder Sebastian LletgetNewly acquired midfielder Sebastian Lletget chats with Levan Reid about what he can bring to the Revolution, what he loves about landing in New England and his excitement about being reunited with the coach -Chief Bruce Arena.
Statewide egg shortage could be averted with deal struck by lawmakersThe House and Senate could pass the bill as early as Monday.
Mayor Michelle Wu to make coronavirus announcement at 10 a.m.Lisa Gresci of WBZ-TV reports.
Moderna Says Current Booster Dose Effective Against Omicron VariantCambridge-based Moderna has just released preliminary data on the performance of its booster injection against the omicron variant.
Massachusetts State Representative Claire Cronin Confirmed Ambassador to IrelandDemocratic State Representative Claire Cronin, from Easton, was confirmed by the US Senate on Friday evening.
Lynn reinstates her mask tenure on MondayAn inner mask warrant is back in effect in Lynn.
WBZ morning forecast for December 20Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.
Weather forecast for WBZSarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.
Compromise found on new farm rules that could have resulted in a shortage of eggsIt appears the dreaded egg shortage in Massachusetts has been avoided.
All Boston Bruins games rescheduled to December 26The Boston Bruins did not face the Ottawa Senators on Sunday night as scheduled.
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu to make an announcement on the city’s COVID response on MondayWBZ-TV’s Zinnia Maldonado reports.
Harvard University to Offer Distance Learning in January Due to COVIDWBZ-TV’s Zinnia Maldonado reports.
MBTA service changes caused by pilot shortage take effect on SundayA shortage of MBTA bus and train operators requires service changes from Sunday.
WBZ news update for December 19, 2021Ken MacLeod and Sarah Wroblewski of WBZ-TV have your latest news and the weather.
Malden Police Distribute Freebies After ‘Buy With A Cop’ Event Canceled Due To COVID ConcernsPolice distributed toys and other gifts to children on Sunday at the YMCA in Malden.
WBZ evening forecast for December 19Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.
Uxbridge Sports Center Fundraiser in Honor of Grace Rett: “It Will Keep Her Spirit Alive”Reporting by Paul Burton of WBZ-TV.
Senator Elizabeth Warren tested positive for COVID-19Senator Elizabeth Warren has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Fire ravages Nashua’s multi-family home, displacing up to 40 peopleAs many as 40 people were driven from their homes by a fire in Nashua early Sunday morning.