Newsroom - April

Week In Review: Masks Come Off Outdoors, And The Impact Of Massachusetts Progressives In D.C.

Radio Boston, April 30, 2021
Here is the Radio Boston rundown for April 30. Tiziana Dearing is our host. Read more »

Ed Markey and Michael Curry Speak Before President Biden's Address to Congress

coronavirus resources, April 30, 2021
Justice must be at the very heart of everything we do in Washington. That's why Senator Ed Markey is speaking with Michael Curry, his virtual guest for President Biden's Joint Address to Congress, live tonight about what we must do to deliver health care, racial, and economic justice. Read more »

Woo Fridges Group to open fourth community fridge on Brooks Street

The local volunteer community group is opening their fourth community refrigerator in Worcester. Read more »

Recommendation to halt J&J vaccine is latest example of federal influence

Boston Globe, April 14, 2021
They line up by the hundreds each hour, dutifully masked and spaced 6 feet apart along the vast corridors of the Hynes Convention Center — a vaccination site supersized by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Read more »

Massachusetts expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility on Monday

WGBH, April 2, 2021
Starting Monday, Massachusetts residents age 55 or older and those with at least one qualifying health condition are set to become eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations. Read more »