Local Breaking News From WBZ, CBS Channel 4

First Conservation Memorial Forest In Massachusetts To Open In The BerkshiresIf someone chooses to be cremated, their ashes can be spread at a private tree within the forest in Drury.

Jennifer Lawrence Hurt While On Movie Set In BrocktonActress Jennifer Lawrence was injured while on the set of the movie ‘Don’t Look Up’ in Brockton.

Person Trapped After 3-Car Crash In BrocktonBrockton firefighters rescued one person trapped in a car after a crash Friday night.

Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today’s DevelopmentsThe latest developments concerning coronavirus in Massachusetts, updated throughout the day.

I-Team: Surprise Bills From Mass. Unemployment Office Causing ‘Panic, Anxiety, Fear’Imagine losing your job, being denied benefits, and then getting a notice that you owe thousands of dollars back to the state. WBZ’s I-Team found it’s happening to people across Massachusetts.

Brockton Teacher Saves The Day Over Zoom After Virtual Class Interrupted By FireA quick-thinking Brockton teacher is being credited for helping get fire crews to a student’s home during an emergency.

Super Bowl Sunday Storm Will Likely Bring Heavy Snow To Southeastern Mass.For the second time in a week, we are tracking a snowstorm for southern New England, this one coinciding with Super Bowl Sunday.

Boston Conservatory Student Reunited With $22,000 Flute Lost On Chicago SubwayA graduate student at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee has been reunited with his lost flute worth $22,000.

Rep. Jon Santiago Considering Run For Boston MayorState Rep. Jon Santiago, a Democrat representing the South End, is considering a run for Boston mayor.

WBZ-TV Will Travel With Healthcare Workers To Super Bowl On Patriots PlaneWBZ-TV’s Dr. Mallika Marshall will travel with frontline healthcare workers to the Super Bowl on Sunday.

Somerville Keeping Business Capacity Limits At 25% Despite State Increasing To 40%Despite some businesses across Massachusetts being allowed to increase capacity from 25% to 40% starting Monday, Somerville businesses will remain at 25%.

Related Post

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*