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Gov. Charlie Baker is sending National Guard members to do what they can to aid hospitals and ambulance providers that are struggling with a critical shortage of workers due to COVID-19.
High-ranking lawmakers are calling on Gov. Charlie Baker to consider a menu of pandemic management options, including quarantine and isolation shelters and a pause on school mask mandate exemptions.
The Baker administration on Tuesday will instruct Massachusetts hospitals to postpone or cancel all nonessential elective procedures likely to admit patients and will activate up to 500 National Guard personnel to help staff facilities in need amid a spike in COVID cases.
Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday that his administration is trying to figure out if there's a way to call upon the National Guard to support doctors and nurses.
Bayonet of Illinois National Guardsmen drive civil rights heckler away from line of march on Sept. 4, 1966 at Cicero, Ill. The incident occurs…
WILLIAMSTOWN — With one year left on the term, an open seat on the Select Board — it’s the result of Jeffrey Thomas’ resignation, effective in…
PITTSFIELD — A data point moved in the right direction Thursday in Pittsfield’s COVID-19 battle. The number of deaths attributed to the corona…
RICHMOND — After a year of enduring the rampage of a life-changing virus, every tiny indication of “normal” gets noticed.
About 500 members of the Massachusetts National Guard were deployed to Washington for Wednesday's inauguration of President Joe Biden.