Boston Mayor Reports Select Students Return to Class During COVID Briefing

Boston Mayor Reports Select Students Return to Class During COVID Briefing

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh issued an update on the Covid-19 response in Boston, Massachusetts, on 11:26 A.M. Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020. To date, there has been an estimated record number of 24,159 cases of COVID-19 and 888 deaths. However, it is not reported by the local Boston area media if the deaths were directly related […]

Thanksgiving Day: Then and Now [Video]

Thanksgiving Day: Then and Now [Video]

November 1621, was when the very first Thanksgiving dinner took place after the Pilgrims came to America. Today, the tradition of a holiday meal continues but for very different reasons. On Nov. 24, 2016, many American’s decided to celebrate the traditional annual holiday with a large turkey dinner, spending time with family, and watching football. In 1621, the first settlers were […]

Winter Storm Mars Headed for New England

Winter Storm Mars Headed for New England

Mars, a winter storm, will continue on to New England on Feb. 8, 2016. The winter storm warning states there will be strong winds and heavy snow, causing travel to become dangerous. Southeast Massachusetts is predicted to be hit the hardest with blizzard conditions that will likely cause damage to trees, power outages, and flooding […]

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